Where is Maastricht located?

Maastricht is located on both sides of the Meuse ( Dutch: Maas ), at the point where the Jeker joins it. Mount Saint Peter ( Sint-Pietersberg) is largely situated within the citys municipal borders. Maastricht is adjacent to the border with Belgium.

Why should you visit Maastricht?

Are you looking for the perfect city to indulge your love of art and the good life? A pleasant city filled with history, art and culture? A city surrounded by beautiful nature in a hilly region? If so, you should definitely visit Maastricht.

Is Maastricht the most Italian city in the Netherlands?

Maastricht may be the most Italian city in the Netherlands, and this time Saskia will show you Italian locations in the Jekerkwartier district and Maastricht’s historic city centre. Are you joining?

Who is the mayor of Maastricht?

Since 1 July 2015 the current mayor of Maastricht has been Annemarie Penn-te Strake. Penn is independent and serves no political party, although her husband is a former chairman of the Maastricht Seniorenpartij. She has served for the Dutch judicial system for many years in many different positions.

How many tourists visit Maastricht each year?

Yearly it attracts over 3 million tourists to the city. Explore the canals, walk through the inner city and eat one of Limurg’s famous pies. Or maybe have a look inside the Saint Peter’s Church or visit the limestone mines, Maastricht has a lot to offer. The city is located in the southeast of the Netherlands.

What makes Maastricht the culinary capital of the Netherlands?

The excellent cuisine – including several Michelin-starred restaurants – has helped to make Maastricht the culinary capital of the Netherlands. Like in most cities, the central marketplace is the commercial heart of the town, and Maastricht is no exception, with its Markt. There, you will find the striking 17th-century Stadhuis (‘City Hall’).

When did Maastricht become a Dutch city?

In 1831, arbitration by the Great Powers allocated the city to the Netherlands. However, neither the Dutch nor the Belgians agreed to this and the arrangement was not implemented until the 1839 Treaty of London. During this period of isolation Maastricht developed into an early industrial town.

What is the oldest city in the Netherlands?

Maastricht, The Netherlands Maastricht is one of the oldest Dutch cities, and it dates back to 50 BC. It was the first place in The Netherlands where the Romans had a settlement, as the proximity to the river Maas made it such an interesting strategic location.

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