André Rieu - Live In His Home Town Of Maastricht
4 Days Away - 2024
Armed with his incredible 60-piece Johann Strauss Orchestra, the King of Waltz is returning to Maastricht in summer 2024 for his now legendary hometown concert! Renowned for his spectacular extravaganzas like no other, André Rieu continues to mesmerise fans across the world with his mix of emotional ballads, iconic waltzes and witty showmanship. Come and discover what makes the violin maestro’s concerts so magical, live in the picturesque Vrijthof Square and set against the backdrop of Maastricht’s charming Old Town.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Lying close to the border of Belgium and known as the birthplace of the Euro, the city of Maastricht is the capital of Holland’s southernmost region, Limburg. It is one of the country’s oldest cities, reflected in the historic centre of ancient churches, city walls, monumental merchant houses and charming squares. Maastricht is a delight to explore all year round, but it comes alive during the festive period. The annual Christmas Market provides plenty of Christmas cheer, where the bustling squares are filled with delightful stalls selling gifts and delicious locally-made treats.
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