How to get there
Coming from abroad?
Maastricht is centrally located between eight airports and is well served by international trains.
Coming by car?
Coming by bus?
If you prefer to use the regular city buses, keep in mind that different bus lines go to city centre and Randwyck locations.
You can also go to 9292ov.nl JourneyPlanner for more information and routes.
Free parking lots
You can park your car for free in the parking lots on the Universiteitssingel (UNS). Keep your registration certificate close, this gives you access to the free parking lots! Please keep in mind that there are limited parking spaces!
For additional paid parking in the city centre please check the Q-Park website: www.q-park.nl
Make use of the free shuttle busses!
Free shuttle buses
Free shuttle buses (bus 120, Maastricht University) will take you to all the faculties, Maastricht Central station/Wilhelminasingel, the city centre and then back to Randwyk until 21:00.
The buses will be available from 08:30 until 18:00 every 10 minutes and from 18:00 until 21:00 every 25-30 minutes.
City centre locations are so close together that you can easily walk from one faculty to another once you are in the city centre. Students in blue vests will be present on the different routes to give you directions when needed.
- Maastricht Aachen Airport (The Netherlands, 15 minutes by bus)
- Eindhoven (The Netherlands, 1 1/2 hours by bus and train)
- Schiphol Amsterdam (The Netherlands, 2 1/2 hours by train)
- Weeze (Germany, 2 1/2 hours by bus and train)
- Cologne / Bonn (Germany, 2 1/2 hours by train)
- Dusseldorf (Germany, 2 1/2 hours by train)
- Brussels Charleroi (Belgium, 1 1/2 hours by bus and train)
- Brussels (Belgium, 2 hours by train)
Several low cost airlines fly to these destinations. From these airports you can use public transport to travel to Maastricht.