28-29-30 November 2013
Maastricht invites you!
Maastricht is the most southern city of The Netherlands with a vibrant history. Maastricht is a crossroad of European cultures, languages and trade routes, that lend it a unique charm and international flavour. Dutch visitors find Maastricht so ‘un-Dutch’ that they feel as if they are abroad, while foreign visitors tend to feel perfectly at home in its international atmosphere.
Area: 58,92 sq.km.
Number of inhabitants: 119,000
Budget hotels: 39 rooms, 79 beds
Standard hotels: 2514 rooms, 5062 beds
Luxury hotels: 1472 rooms, 2803 beds
Total: 4025 rooms, 7944 beds
Distance to Maastricht-Aachen Airport: 9 km
Distance to Schiphol Airport: 195 km
Distance to Brussels Airport: 100 km
Distance to Antwerp Airport: 125 km
Distance to Düsseldorf Airport: 100 km
Distance to Cologne Airport: 115 km
Number of international institutes: 120
Academic Hospital: yes
National heritage: 1661 monuments
Number of students:15.988
Number of shops: approx. 500
Number of pubs/cafes: over 500
Highest NAP: 46-111 m.
Inhabited since: 4000 B.C.
Permanent in habitation since: 50 B.C.
Museum cellar Derlon
Casemates/Hiding in Maastricht
Historical Printing museum
Brewery De Keyzer N.A. Bosch
Thermae of Roman Baths museum