Meet Maastricht is dedicated to bringing you amazing tours in English and sharing our beautiful city with students, expats, and locals alike. Here you will find information about our on demand and set tours – we can’t wait to walk or ride with you!
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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)!
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Our Walking Tours:
For maastricht newbies, from Mosasaurus to today
New to Maastricht or just want a crash course in the fascinating history of the city? We’ve got the tour for you!
On the Intro to Maastricht tour, our guide will introduce you to Maastricht and show you some of the highlights.
The meeting point for this tour is De Kiosk, the souvenir kiosk, on the Sint Servaasbrug (Saint Servaas Bridge).
1748 scale model
1867 scale model
Fantasy scale model
We all agree Maastricht is magical, just as it is. But did you know there are several tiny versions of Maastricht, each a portrait of the city in earlier days? These tiny towns are housed in Centre Céramique, the Malt House of the Bosch Brewery and near the Beyart Convent on the Brusselsestraat. We offer you a tour of these scale models, with a builder as your guide!
Our meeting point for this tour is in front of
A dark period in the city, with many stories we have to keep alive
Maastricht’s cemetery is a monument to the city’s people
History often presents the great men – this tour presents great women!
And how they educated people
How they served the city, pre-French revolution
And keeping it’s spirit! 20th – 21st century CE
Our meeting point for this tour is the statue of the Mestreechter Geis, at the little square where Stokstraat and Maastrichter Smedenstraat meet
19th – 20th century CE
Our meeting point for this tour is the statue of Petrus Regout on the Boschstraat, in front of the UNU-MERIT building.
In the new park, 18th – 19th century CE
Our meeting place for this tour is the statue of D’Artagnan, in front of the city wall at Aldenhofpark.
13th – 14th century CE
Wool, leather beer and silver, 10th – 15th century CE
Our meeting point for this tour is Onze Lieve Vrouweplein, the square next to Our Sweet Lady Basilica.
3rd – 8th century CE
1st – 3rd century CE
On demand, tailormade, for one person, for families, for colleagues, for students, one walk / ride or a series – just ask us! firstname.lastname@example.org