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Yes, there is a bus between Liège and Maastricht, which passes Visé. It is line 78 of the Walloon bus company TEC. No, it doesn't solve your problem, because it goes less often than the train, less late than the train and takes ages in comparison to the train. I only would advise to take that bus if you need to get of at one of the intermediate stops not ...


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On the VVV Maastricht website (VVV=Tourist Info), I see that there is a shuttle service, but also a regular bus. The regular bus is operated by Veolia, where you need line 159, which connects the airport with Maastricht Central Station. It is an hourly service, leaving the airport at 04 every hour. The footnote is important, as it is only operated in ...


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This in not the "ultimate answer" since it may not fit everyone, but it may help some of you. A possibility is renting a car in the city of departure and leaving it in Eindhoven Airport. It's possible to leave it at any hour. You can drop the keys in a special box inside the airport (Go straight to the airport after leaving the car. Don't leave the keys in ...


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No. The quite complete online travel planner offers no solution of getting there so early. You will need to travel the evening before and spend the night in Eindhoven, then travel from Eindhoven to Eindhoven Airport in the morning. The first bus from the city centre appears to depart at 5:43 (bus 401), so you will need to take a taxi.


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After calling the airport I got the following information: There is usually a bus every half an hour from the aiport (during day time). At night and weekends it's usually every hour. It's a regular bus and it's possible to buy a ticket at the airport for 4€. Since it's a regular bus information (timetables) can be found at www.9292.nl Meanwhile I ...


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According to the tourist association Tijdens Hemelvaartsdag (29 mei 2014) zijn de winkels in het centrum geopend van 12.00 tot 17.00/18.00 uur. In English it reads that the shops in the city centre are open from 12:00-17:00/18:00. The 1st of June the shops will be closed. For cafes I would be highly surprised if they are closed, so I assume they will be ...


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If a place in the Netherlands is closed two days in the year, it will be Christmas day and New Years Day. Not everything will be closed but enough that I would not consider going to sight see or club in any town or city in the Netherlands. I checked out a few of the main museums in Maastricht, which are mostly a good indication, and non of them is open on ...


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Based on your other question, I guess you want to travel from Köln Airport to Maastricht station. Taking the train from Köln Airport to Aachen will cost you €16,80 (bahn.de), and then from Aachen you can take the bus 50 to Maastricht for €5,50 (Veolia Limburg). Bus 50 leaves just outside the station, timetables can be found on 9292. A cheaper option might ...


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Going from Cologne (Koln) to Maastricht is possible at 3 AM. Please check this site for the options: http://www.nshispeed.nl/en This is the train site for international transport From any country to Holland.


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