In the shop section of the Visit Zuid-Limburg Experience you can discover all great things that Zuid-Limburg has in store for you. Our hostesses and hosts are happy to share the best places and activities with you!
Hidden between the moss-green hills, in the heart of the ‘Heuvelland’ nature reserve, sparkles the marlstone town of Valkenburg. With its beautiful surroundings, caves and ruined castle it has been a landmark for over 130 years. In winter, Valkenburg turns into the Christmas town of The Netherlands.
Historical buildings and trendy designer shops. Majestic churches and cosy pavement cafes. Spectacular festivals and spacious squares. Maastricht has it all! It is with reason that Maastricht is a popular destination for both shopping
and weekend breaks.
The city of Heerlen boasts an abundance of art, culture and creativity. Join a city walk and be amazed about the amount of national and international street art, visit its special cultural events like Cultura Nova or enjoy an evening out in the local theatre, the Parkstad Limburg Theater.
The old village centre of Eijsden is located right along the river Maas (Meuse). On the quayside (Bat) beautiful monumental buildings are situated. The 'Diepstraat' street has a typical architectural style in this region, called the Mosan Renaissance: features 17th and 18th century mansions. Further south along the river Maas, Eijsden Castle boasts its freely accessible French gardens.
Fancy combining a moment of reflection with culture, history and a cosy historical city centre? Then Sittard is the place to be! Only even in the vibrant city centre there are as many as five different places of worship within a short distance of each other. And also enjoy the good life on Sittard’s historical market square, one of Limburg’s best hidden gems!
Around the border triangle you can walk endlessly across the vast German, Belgian and Dutch forests. Here, you will find Europe's largest maze, two lookout towers and the highest point of TheNetherlands. Cities like Aachen (Aix-la -Chapelle), Liège and Maastricht are only a stone’s throw away.
The Dutch government recommends staying home as much as possible and avoiding crowds. Do you want to go out in Zuid-Limburg or do you have a vacation planned here? Then head out safely with our tips.