Love of no boundaries

Limburg offers boundless possibilities, and there is even more to discover in nearby Germany and Belgium.

There are the historic cities of Liège, Hasselt, Aachen, Düsseldorf, and Cologne, perfect for shopping and all within an easy distance for a day trip. There's the Drielandenpunt (three-country point) near Vaals, with an exciting labyrinth. Even during a walk or cycling trip you might suddenly find yourself in one of the neighbouring countries. The walking and cycling route networks simply continue across the border, giving your holiday an extra dimension.

Maas-Swalm-Nette Border Park

Maas-Swalm-Nette Border Park

The attractive natural and cultured landscape in the Maas-Swalm-Nette Park, on the German and Dutch border, is the result of a cross-border partnership going back more than 25 years. De Meinweg National Park and the nature area De Witte Stein are also located within the Maas-Swalm-Nette Park.

Apostelhoeve Vineyard - Maastricht

Apostelhoeve Vineyard - Maastricht

On the Louwberg, in the beautiful valley of the Jeker on the south side of the city of Maastricht, lies the monumental 15th century farm Apostelhoeve. Guided tours for groups with expert explanations, including a visit to the vineyards, the wine cellars and wine tasting in the tasting room 

Tri-border walk

Tri-border walk

At the eastern edge of South Limburg, at the highest point of the Dutch mainland (322.5 metres above NAP), three national borders meet. Here, in the middle of the Netherlands' biggest deciduous forest, you can walk for hours enjoying the unspoilt nature.

Schloss Moyland

Schloss Moyland

The Museum Schloss Moyland, just over the border in Germany, is a museum of modern and contemporary art as well as an international research centre on Joseph Beuys. With its diverse programme of exhibitions, events and educational activities as well as the historic castle within the expansive gardens, this museum on the Lower Rhine river is an attraction of international importance.

The Museum Schloss Moyland, just over the border in Germany, is a museum of modern and contemporary art as well as an international research centre on Joseph Beuys. - See more at: http://www.lustforlimburg.com/activities/arts-and-culture/schloss-moyland#sthash.rDjStr7m.dpuf

Limburg offers boundless possibilities, and there is even more to discover in nearby Germany and Belgium.

There are the historic cities of Liège, Hasselt, Aachen, Düsseldorf, and Cologne, perfect for shopping and all within an easy distance for a day trip. There's the Drielandenpunt (three-country point) near Vaals, with an exciting labyrinth. Even during a walk or cycling trip you might suddenly find yourself in one of the neighbouring countries. The walking and cycling route networks simply continue across the border, giving your holiday an extra dimension.