When walking through the charming Wyck (pronounced as ‘Week’ with a short ‘ee’), it’s hard to imagine that this was once a district people didn’t like to visit, except for the train station. Nowadays, you certainly wouldn’t be embarrassed being seen in this district where fashion, art and good food come together.
The age-old Wyck district lies between the train station and the Sint Servaas bridge, where the Wycker Brugstraat forms the connection. In this street, you’ll find a blend of authentic and hip boutiques, specialty shops and eating establishments. Want to shop for some new shoes? Noir is the place to be and if you’re in the mood for something sweet, you shouldn’t miss Patisserie Royale. Café Zondag is the right location for a drink or a light lunch. Harry’s is a more fancy address that serves a delicious brunch on Sunday.
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The Rechtstraat is also fun to stroll through. Nina’s Boutique for beautiful Scandinavian clothing items and Le Slaonard for sourdough bread from the brick oven and delicacies such as cheese, confitures and wine are certainly a must.
|Address:||Wycker Brugstraat 42, Maastricht (Café Zondag)|
|Open:||various opening hours shops|