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A thriving cultural and regional hub, Maastricht is one of the oldest cities in the Netherlands. Churches, city walls, colossal structures and big squares decorate the city. Visited by an enormous number of tourists every year, the city is famous for being one of a kind shopping and recreation destination. The highlight here includes the dreamy atmosphere one experiences while strolling in the inner historic centre.

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Maastricht developed from a Roman settlement to a medieval non secular centre. In the 16th century, it accelerated from being a garrison town to a significant industrial city. It was also known as the birthplace of the euro. Today, Maastricht is well worth a visit. A perfect destination for people who love to enjoy the good things in life, the city is full of history, culture and art.

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The city boasts of little districts which are full of life and simultaneously showcase the history over time. Basilica of St. Servatius is a beautiful church dedicated to Saint Servatius. Gaze at the many relics in the church treasury which make it a popular pilgrimage site. For an exciting learning experience, visit the caves near Maastricht. Experience history yourself as you walk through the tunnels and listen to the stories about life underground.

For a gastronomical experience, Maastricht is the perfect city with its numerous fantastic restaurants. The best wine in the country is produced here so don’t forget to taste the varied classic wines. Discover the art of brewing and visit the ancient water mills that still grind grains for bakeries.

Maastricht has everything from modern art to numerous family friendly attractions. Spend hours marveling at Bonnefantenmuseum’s impressive modern art collection which consists of minimal art, Arte Povera and neo-expressionism. The Centre Ceramique hosts permanent and temporary exhibitions all year. Spend a day reveling in the cultural heritage of the city.

The city is best discovered on a cruise or by foot. There are numerous guided walk tours which show a completely different side of Maastricht. The Vestingwerken tour explores the ruins and remains while the city walk discovers the prettiest spots. Whereas a cruise down the Meuse is one of the most popular ways to spend a day in the city. Every district in Maastricht has its own life, its own mechanism and culture, one trip is never enough to give you all that the city offers

Transfers from Maastricht are extremely convenient while using public transportation. With an extremely organized system of buses, trains and cycles, transfers from the city are very easy and one is subjected to a completely different point of view of the city.

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Maastricht is a relatively small city and you can explore it either on foot or bike. Renting a bike is extremely easy and for comfort of riders, there is a large network of biking paths all over the city.

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Taking the train to and in Maastricht is very easy due to the presence of excellent rail services. The Dutch railways provide intercity transfers from Maastricht to Eindhoven, Utrecht and Amsterdam among others. For cities like Vise and Liege, the National Railway Company of Belgium provides comfortable and convenient train services.

Using the bus provides an opportunity to feel the breeze and take in the beautiful sights in the city. Maastricht city bus provides fast transfers to the city centre. There are multiple regional bus connections which make travel to numerous destinations very easy. Companies like Flixbus and Eurolines also provide comfortable intercity bus transfers.

Having a river port, Maastricht also provides enjoyable boat trips for tourists with connections to Belgium cities such as Liege.

Taxis can be handy when you want to avoid crowds and travel without any waiting time. For easy, stress-free travel, Rydeu provides private transfers in and around the city. Rydeu strives to make every journey safe and enjoyable.

Maastricht Aachen Airport is the second largest hub for cargo flights in the Netherlands and is located northeast of Maastricht. It is close to the German town Aachen and Belgian cities like Liege and Genk as well. Your journey begins at the airport itself and a lot depends on the method of airport transfers chosen. A valid OV-Chipkaart or a Public Transport Chip Card is required to use public transport.

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Transfers from the airport in Maastricht are straightforward when using the bus. The bus stop is located in front of the terminal and multiple buses stop here. Since no trains stop at the airport itself, a bus ride is always included in your transfer from the airport. A public bus service connects the Maastricht Aachen Airport to other Dutch train stations. For a more direct route to the city, Arriva Bus 30 runs twice in half an hour and takes around 30 minutes to reach Maastricht from the airport. A one-way fare is €3.17 when an OV-chipkaart travel card is used, or €4.80 if the ticket is bought from the driver. This bus route also connects the NS railway stations of Maastricht, Sittard and Beek-Elsloo, and the Arriva railway station of Meerssen to the airport. The NS and Arriva railway stations offer further travel routes within the country. 

Taxis are a convenient choice from travelling from the airport especially at night when there is no public transportation and you have a lot of luggage. Rydeu provides an easy solution for all your travel woes with easy airport transfers. The services are cheap, affordable and leave you hassle-free to enjoy the journey to your destination.

It is advised to create a personal travel plan for transfers from the airport to avoid the hassle. The airport website provides useful links to help provide a reliable route for your easy transfer from the airport.

Bonnefanten Museum        |        Image by waldomiguez

1. Bonnefanten Museum- Hosting a distinctive combination of old and contemporary art, the fine art museum is known for its art from different periods. The museum also houses an impressive collection of art objects from 1200 to 1600. Marvel at the eye-catching building designed by Italian architect Aldo Rossi and spend hours gazing at the modern art collection. 

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2. Basilica of Saint Servatius- Basilica of St. Servatius is a beautiful church dedicated to Saint Servatius. Gaze at the many relics in the church treasury which make it a popular pilgrimage site. The architecture is a mix of Romanesque, Baroque and Gothic styles and make sure to check out the Noodkist, the shrine where the remains of Saint Servatius are encased.

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