The Bruis Festival will be taking place on the weekend of 4 to 6 September at the Muziekgieterij in the Sphinx quarter. Maastricht Bereikbaar is here to update you on accessibility and give you some travel tips.
On foot or by bike
If you are visiting the festival site on foot or by bike, you can find bicycle parking facilities outside the Muziekgieterij and the Pathé cinema. If you would like to park your bicycle in a sheltered and guarded bicycle-parking facility, park at the sheltered parking facilities on Markt square or Kesselskade. Both locations are no more than a ten-minute walk from Muziekgieterij.
By public transport
The Bruis Festival is easily accessible by train and bus. The city centre is a ten to twenty-minute walk from Maastricht's main railway station. You can use an Arriva Nextbike or OV-fiets shared bicycle. There is a Nextbike station on Boschstraat, close to the Pathé cinema. You can take the bus to the Markt or Boschstraat/Maagdendries bus stop (bus numbers 1, 3, 4, 5, and 15), where you get off near the Pathé cinema. For the latest travel information and timetables, please visit www.arriva.nl/limburg.
We recommend that you make your way to the festival by bicycle or public transport. If you decide to travel by car, please use our travel tips:
The nearest parking location is Q-Park Frontenpark (€10 per day) or Sphinx (€14 per day) on Frontensingel.
Hop on the bus and get out at Boschstraat/Maagdendries, both within walking distance of Muziekgieterij.
At P+W Stadspark and Bonnefantenmuseum (weekends only), you must pay the respective fixed daily rates of €9 (Stadspark) and €10 (Frontenpark and Bonnefanten). From here, it is a fifteen to twenty-minute walk to your destination.
More information about Bruis
For more information about the festival, the line-up, and the schedule, please visit the festival website: www.bruismaastricht.nl.
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