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Figaro ANDRE RIEU Maastricht – 2019

André Rieu traditionally brings his Johann Strauss Orchestra to the Vrijthof Square in the city of his birth, Maastricht, every summer. This year was no different in that regard; Rieu once again transformed the Vrijthof Square into a huge open-air concert hall. Wonderful melodies – from classical music to catchy waltzes – were the ingredients […]

Frederike Kruse – Go for Contemporary Art!

Visit the Artstudio of Frederike Kruse  just over the corner from Bourgogne Suite ( The corner of Bourgognestraat and Wycker Grachtstraat  ). See contemporary works of art on big canvases – or look see her ceramic work !   Opening hours Make an appointment or just pass by. Location Wycker Grachtstraat 29 6221 Maastricht

Sparkling Wine from Belgium?- Yes, they do it!

Only 20 minutes from Maastricht by car you find The Wine Castle of Genoels-Elderen with its 25 hectares of vineyards, the largest wine domain in Belgium. Guides will show you around the park, the vineyards, a rose garden, the distillery, the press house and the cellars which date from the 13th to the 20th century. […]

Is the silver made in Maastricht like Alessi of our time ?

See some pieces at Bourgogne Suite or go for the Museum at Vrijthof. The monumental sixteenth-century ‘Spanish Government’, which was a short residental stay of Charles V, King of Spain and Duke of Brabant, gives you a climp of polished centerpiece in silver  and art ….   Opening hours Monday closed Daily 10am – 5.30pm Location Vrijthof 18 NL-6211 […]

The Collection of Golden Age at Bonnefantenmuseum

Enjoy following collections of paintings at the Bonnefantenmuseum 16th-century Late mediaeval painting from the Netherlands Religious scenes from leading workshops, including those of Pieter Coecke van Aelst and Antwerp Mannerists. 17th-century Golden Age painting from the Netherlands The different genres in painting are typical of the Netherlands in the 17th century. Exhibited are paintings by […]