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Top 5 things to do in Maastricht in October | 01 oktober 2018

Restaurant Bijzonder

At Bijzonder you eat food made out of love. Love for good food. Love for healthy food. Lots of vegetables, less meat and fish compared to regular restaurants, mostly organic, pure, free of refined sugars, less wheat (gluten) and a lot of plant based diary. And most important: all prepared homemade in our kitchen. Combined with a good glass of wine, or exclusive beer you will experience a night to remember. Amazing is the picknick that Bijzonder offers during a walk in the beautiful nature of Sint Pieter. This restaurant is definitely worth it if you want to try something else.

Luikerweg 33, 6212 ET Maastricht

Dutch Dance Festival

The 21st Dutch Dance festival will be taking place in 2018 when the city of Maastricht again immerses itself in the diversity of Dutch dance from the 10th till the 14th of October. 

For the first time the Dutch Dance Festival will be programming remarkable and sensational dance productions five days long. There will be unique productions created especially for the festival and many premieres. A rich selection of the most important developments in Dutch dance. So, if you like (to) dance, you have to be there!


Restaurant 55 Maastricht

Located in a characteristic monumental building in the heart of Maastricht, Restaurant 55 combines subtle baroque tones with warm modern influences. The food is based on the French kitchen combined with modern techniques. The menu changes every day, based on what is available and fresh. A restaurant where they know how to cook!


Jeker Jazz 2018

Twice a year, JekerJazz Maastricht organises a music festival, with artists from home and abroad playing in a variety of cafes and restaurants throughout Maastricht. From jazz to blues, soul, funk, gypsy jazz, swing, boogie, singer-songwriter, rockabilly, Latin and easy listening, just about every genre is represented. You can walk through the whole neighbourhood from cafes to trendy pubs. Artists keep visiters ‘aon de geng’ with their different music styles. And best of all there is no entrance fee. So be sure to visit Maastricht on October 12, 13 and 14.


Syrian Restaurant Bab Tomas

Recently a special restaurant has been opened in Maastricht. In Bab Tomas, Syrian refugees get the opportunity to gain work experience in the kitchen or as a waiter or waitress. The Syrian Mahran Oufan is in charge of the restaurant. He fled to The Netherlands in 2015. In Damascus, Mahran Oufan worked in the hotel business and continues to do this in The Netherlands. This restaurant is the perfect opportunity to help the Syrian refugees and get to know the delicious food of Syria.

Tongersestraat 23, 6211 LL Maastricht

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