Every exhibition at Bureau Europa gets enriched with a city walk to help you look at the city in a different way: from the architectural influences Jo Coenen has had on the city's development to the lasting impact some Maastricht ladies had on their social surroundings; from the shiny history that lies underneath the dull appearance of zinc in the streets and on the rooftops to the age-old traditions of hiding and taking refuge that helped Maastricht shaped its identity; from nature walks through the restored landscapes of the Bunderbos to the tumultuous relationship between the people of Maastricht and their river.
During the Monuments' Weekend on 10 and 11 September you can join us with a couple of walks for free. Can't make it? No worries, there will be more opportunities:
- Saturday 24 September, 11am: The Women of Maastricht, in Dutch
- Sunday 25 September, 11am: In Jo Coenen's Footsteps, in Dutch
- Satruday 8 October, 11am: The Zinc Identity of Maastricht, in English
- Saturday 22 October, 11am: In case of emergency! Hiding and taking refuge in Maastricht, in Dutch
- Sunday 23 October, 2pm: The Women of Maastricht, in Dutch
- Saturday 5 November, 2pm: The Zinc Identity of Maastricht, in English
- Sunday 6 November, 2pm: In Jo Coenen's Footsteps, in Dutch
- Saturday 19 November, 2pm: In case of emergency! Hiding and taking refuge in Maastricht, in Dutch
Care to join us? You can book your tickets online at €7,- pp. If you have difficulty paying, other options are available. Please inform via email@example.com.
Don't find a fitting date or language above? You can write us an email and book a group walk with us (minimum of 5 persons).