Dutch travel guide, once across 3 countries, Maastricht
travel to the Netherlands, generally will waste three to four days in Amsterdam and Rotterdam, if there are arrangements to go Other places to play, but if you have time, you must remember to call the Dutch Maastricht.
Maastricht is a southeastern city in the Netherlands, close to Germany and Belgium. To be precise, you are basically going to three countries.
To speak to Maastricht, the most famous here is the famous Maastricht Treaty signed here in 1991. The signing of this clause represents the EU. The official establishment of Maastricht has made this place famous, and many people will come here to see where the EU was born.
Maastricht is not a lot of people coming all the year round, so it is good to be here, and feel the different humanities in this historic city.
If you have plenty of time, it is highly recommended to have a local dish at the restaurant on the banks of the Maas River and have a good time. It is best not to order beer, the same price can drink a big cup in Belgium and Germany next door!
This manor is located near Maastricht and is a very worthwhile tropical garden with a variety of plants and animals, a group of flamingos super Spectacular.
Butterfly Manor, there are all kinds of butterflies inside, some are not afraid of life, but also directly in your hands, you can also do a scent, no special effects ~
can also Interact with various parrots and put the python on your neck, as long as you are bold enough.
Come here, just look around and feel that 2 hours is enough. If you want to interact, it may take longer, personal recommendation Travel, stay half a day to give it here.
In the winter, the Christmas market in Maastricht, the Netherlands, will occupy the Vrijthof square in front of the town hall for a month. In addition to over 75 stalls, there is a beautiful Ferris wheel overlooking the panoramic view of Macheng and an 800-square-meter ice rink. The
market sells winter-themed gifts, art and antiques, as well as information on charities to raise funds. There is also a choir singing Christmas songs in the square, creating a warm and charming Christmas atmosphere.
The Dutch like to skate, and there is an ice rink in the Christmas market in almost every city. Manufacturers sometimes sprinkle cute Christmas dolls on the ice rink in a variety of forms.