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Maastricht,The Netherlands

Shopping in Maastricht

Maastricht is a city where fashion lovers can shop to their heart’s content. Not only are all the basic fashion brands established here, there are also many surprising boutiques with unique pieces of clothing. Although Maastricht is a big city with a population of 122,000, visitors to Limburg’s capital will discover it is easily accessible, with many charming districts that each have their own distinctive character. We’ve provided a brief description below so you know what to expect!


If you travel to Maastricht by train, your shopping adventure will start in Wyck. This district is famous for its many unique boutiques and shops that you can freely wander into and that sell a wide variety of items, from clothes and accessories to antiques and designer goods. If you’re after something that nobody else has, Wyck is the best place to be!


The Stokstraat district is one of Maastricht’s most up-market neighbourhoods. Shoppers looking for exclusive brands have come to the right place here! Stokstraat is the central artery running through the district, flanked by narrow little streets that exude the atmosphere of a holiday abroad, making it a worthwhile stop for shoppers and non-shoppers alike.


Famous for its top-of-the-line lifestyle and interior design shops, Céramique exudes a business-like atmosphere. Shops specialising in beds and design are well-represented on Avenue Céramique in particular, but you will also find a number of supermarkets for everyday grocery shopping here.

Vrijthof Square

You probably know Vrijthof square from the concerts given here each year by André Rieu. The square is famous for its many convivial cafés and restaurants, where you can sit outdoors in summer or enjoy the cosy atmosphere inside in winter.

Jeker Quarter

A leisurely stroll through the city park will take you to the Jeker Quarter, a district with many galleries and surprising art shops. You will also find various traditional products here, such as artisan breads and other home-made products sold at the Bisschopsmolen (the Bishop’s Mill).


The Market Square: the name says it all. On Wednesdays and Fridays you can buy fresh produce, flowers and plants here, as well as all sorts of practical items for in and around the home. And if you simply want to relax, there are plenty of cafés and restaurants all around the square.