Maastricht is situated in the heart of Europe, surrounded by Belgium and Germany and close to France. Maastricht, the most southern city in The Netherlands, is very easy to reach by car, train or airplane. The connection with major European cities is very good.
You can reach Maastricht using different airports.
Eindhoven Airport (1 hour by car; 1.5 hours by public transport)
Maastricht-Aachen Airport – (20 minutes by car; 45 minutes by public transport)
Schiphol Amsterdam (2.5 hours by car; 2.5 hours by public transport)
Brussels Airport – Zaventem (1 hour by car; 1.5 hours by public transport)
Charleroi Airport (1.5 hours by car; 3 hours by public transport)
Liège Bierset Airport (0.5 hours by car; 1 hour by public transport)
Düsseldorf International Airport (1.5 hour by car; 3 hours by public transport)
Cologne-Bonn Airport (1 hour by car; 3 hours by public transport)
Düsseldorf/Weeze Airport (1.5 hour by car; 3 hours by public transport)
Maastricht is located just off the A2 motorway, the E25 interchange (Amsterdam-Brussels) and the A79 motorway (Liège-Aachen/Cologne) and has convenient connections to European motorways. The conference center is just off the E25/A2 motorway. Take the Randwyck/MECC/AZM exit and follow the signs for MECC or MECC Parking.