Travel to MECC Maastricht
If you are travelling north on the A2/E25 motorway (from Paris-Liège) take exit 56 signed for ‘Gronsveld-MECC’. After the exit, turn left at the first intersection onto the Kobbesweg. Continue on this street until the second intersection, make a turn to the right onto the Molensingel. Continue on this street, after approximately 1,9 km make a turn right towards the Graanmolen. Continue on this street (the Graanmolen continues into the Universiteitssingel), after approximately 800 m the road bends to the left. At the end of this street, at the T-junction, make a turn to the right onto the Gaetano Martinolaan. Make a turn left onto the Paul-Henri Spaaklaan and after approximately 190 m, you will find the MECC Parking at your left hand side.
By train to Randwyck Station
Maastricht has three railway stations, Maastricht North, Maastricht Central Station and Maastricht Randwyck Station. Maastricht-Randwyck station is located 250 meters from MECC Maastricht and is part of the national and international railway network. A train departs every 15 minutes from Maastricht Central Station to Maastricht – Randwyck and vice versa. After arriving at the Maastricht-Randwyck station, take the stairs onto the bridge and then turn right onto the Joseph Bechlaan. Continue on this street for approx. 2 minutes until the third street (Forum) on your right hand side. Here you will find the entrance of the MECC at top left corner of the square. Visit www.belgianrail.be or www.arriva.nl for the full schedule.
By City Bus to bus stop ‘Forum’
Your conference badge offers you free use of the city bus to visit the city in the evening and for your daily transportation between your hotel and the congress venue. A city bus stops in front of MECC Maastricht every 10 minutes. It takes 10 minutes for the bus to bring you to the city centre. Please, plan your trip by bus through the website www.9292.nl.
The following lines stop in front of MECC Maastricht:
Line 1 “De Heeg”: bus stop Forum
Line 2 “De Heeg”: bus stop Forum
Line 5 “Heugem”: bus stop Forum