Maastricht is one of the oldest towns in the Netherlands and has several places of interest to explore. A stroll through the town will give visitors a glimpse of the historic churches, city walls and quaint town squares. Explore the many interesting things Maastricht has to offer.
Maastricht Running Tours
Learn about the town, network and do exercise through a guided running tour of Maastricht. The tour is the best rated tour in town by Tripadvisor and recommended by Rough Guide. The tour (± 6 km, 6 mins/km) takes you along the most important and interesting sites in Maastricht.
July 25, 07h00
July 26, 07h00
A walking tour of the city with guide is a must. Stories, anecdotes and background information make history come alive. The guide will lead you to the most beautiful spots in the historic centre, including the Stokstraat district, the Onze Lieve Vrouweplein square and basilica, the town ramparts, the parks, the Jeker district, and the Vrijthof with the monumental St. Janskerk (Church of St. John) and the St. Servaas Basiliek (Basilica of St. Servatius).
July 25, 20h00
Duration: max. 1.5 hours
Cost: € 10,- per person (to be paid at the registration desk)
Reserve a spot by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org before July 11, 2016. Don't forget to note your tour preference. From July 11, 2016 bookings are based on availability.
You can hire bicycles at various locations. To cover the last kilometres of your journey, or just for a day’s cycling around South Limburg. You can hire a bike from € 8,50. The most common cycle hire locations in Maastricht are:
Aon De Stasie (Wyck District, next to the Central Trainstation)
Stationsplein 26, Maastricht
Monday - Friday: 05h15 - 01h15
Saturday: 06h00 - 01h15
Sunday: 07h15 - 01h15
Courtens Bike Sports (City Centre, next to the Vrijthof Square)
Calvariestraat 16, Maastricht
Sunday - Monday: 10h00 - noon
Tuesday - Friday: 09h00- 18h00
Saturday: 09h00- 16h00
Prices: starting at €8.50 per day and a valid passport or ID is required.