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We are currently offering on-demand walking and bicycle tours of Maastricht with plenty of themes to choose from. The walking tours will run with a maximum of 10 people and riding tours with a maximum of 15 people. At €16,50 per person for a walk and €18,50 per person for a ride, they are an absolute steal (even if we do say so ourselves)!
Our Cycling Tours:
The Regout dynasty is (in)famous in Maastrichts sordid history of industrialization, but this tour shows you their lavish villa’s and estates, with the stories of their interesting lives.
Hidden in parklands or new subdivisions, their former grounds crisscrossed by highways and train tracks, there still are castles on the northern edge of town, put to many different uses over time.
To the south of Maastricht the scenery is lovely, a perfect setting for romantic castles, even when their stories tell of conflict and destruction.
Of all the villages surrounding Maastricht, Wolder is still easy to recognize as a separate settlement. Ofcourse it is full of stories about farmers and labourers, about their peaceful competition in music, and much more.
Heer seems just another subdivision of Maastricht, but it has its own history and even its own dialect. Finding its historical heritage takes just a little extra effort, making it all the more interesting.
St. Pieter has always been proudly independent from the city of Maastricht. Still, the bonds between the two were very strong; for smuggling, for saving a beloved statue, for parties and boat rides and so much more.
Maastricht’s public cemetery dates back to 1812 and is full of beautiful gravestones, monumental trees and war memorials. It has recently been renovated to accomodate the rites for the deceased of the 21st century.
The little river Jeker winds down its own little valley, with fields and farms, vineyards and water mills. Still, it also used to be an industrial site, supplying the factories of Maastricht.
The river valley north of Maastricht has been reconstructed by moving farms, selling the gravel from the river bed and protecting large tracts of land and water to rewild themselves.
The river valley to the south of Maastricht still contains sites of historical interest and retains some of the charm of the traditional countryside.