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Maastricht Aachen Airport is not accessible by train. You should weigh your choices carefully.

From the airport, you can take one of several routes to Maastricht. The bus, which costs €3 and takes around 25 minutes, is likely the most cost-effective option.

On the other hand, taking a taxi will cost you between €30 and €40. Renting a car is another option. However, it will set you back upwards of €70 per day and provide you with much more freedom and flexibility.

The Dutch city of Maastricht is situated in the country's southern region, between the borders of Belgium and Germany. Central Station Maastricht is easily accessible by train from larger cities like Brussels and Cologne. But it also has its airport—the Maastricht Aachen Airport.

Centraal Station Maastricht is the central train station of Maastricht, the Netherlands. A cab will bring you there quickly, but it will cost you about 20 Euros. There are also bus options.

Maastricht Railway Station (Centraal Station Maastricht)

Maastricht, Limburg, Netherlands, is home to the city's train station. This is Limburg's central train station. NS's Alkmaar-Maastricht intercity service terminates here. Local trains from both Arriva and the Belgian NMBS stop at the station.

Time and place: Stationsplein, Maastricht, Limburg, Netherlands

On October 23, 1853, the Maastricht-Aachen railway opened, and with it, the station. Hasselt finally got its railway in 1856. Both channels are now partially blocked off. It wasn't until 1861 that a train line between Liège and Maastricht was completed. The Maastricht-Venlo railway didn't open to the public until 1865. Therefore it took a while for Maastricht to become accessible from the rest of the Netherlands.

The corridor leads from the main hall to the bus terminal and the other stations. Border customs used to be located at this station, as evidenced by the presence of old signage high above the tunnels.

Because of the city's defensive layout, the original train station was located in the neighboring town of Meerssen. The original station was constructed entirely of wood so that it could be easily destroyed in an attack. After redrawing municipal boundaries in 1907, the station was formally incorporated into Maastricht.

In 1913, architect George Willem van Heukelom oversaw the construction of the existing brick structure. The station served as the location for border customs due to its international nature. Trains in Belgium still end their routes in Maastricht from Liège. Still, passport and security checks have been eliminated thanks to the Schengen Agreement.

Train Services

  • NS intercity: (Schagen–) Alkmaar–Amsterdam–Utrecht–Eindhoven–Maastricht
  • Arriva sneltrein RE 18: Maastricht–Meerssen–Valkenburg–Heerlen–Herzogenrath–Aachen
  • Arriva stoptrein S4: Maastricht Randwyck–Meerssen–Valkenburg-Heerlen
  • SNCB/NMBS local 13: (Hasselt–Liers–) Liège–Visé–Maastricht

Bus Services

City, night, and regional buses all stop at Maastricht Railway Station (Centraal Station Maastricht) for easy access to the rest of the town.

City buses

  • Malberg–Brusselse Poort–Maastricht City Centre–Maastricht Central Station–Maastricht Randwyck–De Heeg
  • Oud Caberg–Brusselse Poort–Maastricht City Centre–Maastricht Central Station–Maastricht Randwyck–De Heeg
  • Wolder–Biesland–Jekerkwartier–Maastricht City Centre–Maastricht Central Station–Wittevrouwenveld–Nazareth
  • Maastricht (–Pottenberg–Jekerkwartier–City Centre–Central Station–Wittevrouwenveld)–Berg en Terblijt–Valkenburg
  • Daalhof–Mariaberg–Maastricht City Centre–Maastricht Central Station–Maastricht Randwyck–Heugem–Oost-Maarland–Eijsden
  • Daalhof–Mariaberg–Maastricht City Centre–Maastricht Central Station–Wittevrouwenveld–Amby
  • Malpertuis–Caberg–Maastricht City Centre–Maastricht Central Station–Maastricht City Centre–Jekerdal–Villapark
  • Maastricht (–Boschpoort–City Centre–Central Station–Wittevrouwenveld)–Bemelen–Sibbe–Valkenburg
  • Maastricht Central Station–Beatrixhaven–Borgharen–Itteren–Bunde

City, night, and regional buses all stop at Maastricht Railway Station (Centraal Station Maastricht) for easy access to the rest of the region.

Night buses

  • N1: Malberg–Brusselse Poort–Maastricht City Centre–Maastricht Central Station–Randwyck–De Heeg
  • N4: Maastricht City Centre–Scharn–Wittevrouwenveld–Berg en Terblijt–Valkenburg

Regional buses

  • 15: Eijsden- Maastricht
  • 30: Sittard–Geleen–Beek–MAA–Meerssen–Maastricht
  • 57: Maastricht–Gronsveld–Eckelrade–St. Geertruid–Mheer–Noorbeek–Heyenrath–Epen–Mechelen–Partij–Gulpen
  • 350 (Limburgliner): Maastricht–Cadier en Keer–Margraten–Gulpen–Wahlwiller–Nijswiller–Lemiers–Vaals–Aachen
  • 610 (school line): Simpelveld–Bocholtz–Nijswiller–Wahlwiller–Gulpen–Margraten–Cadier en Keer–Maastricht