CASA kliniek Maastricht

Maastricht is right on the edge of the Netherlands, but in the heart of western Europe, close to many important places in Belgium and Germany. The city has a long history which goes back to the Celts, before the beginning of the Christian era. This history is kept very much alive in the old city centre. Maastricht today is known for its lively bars and restaurants, as well as its excellent shops and cultural spots. So you’ll see many tourists here. And with its own university and colleges, it’s also a student town.

CASA kliniek Maastricht

Parallelweg 45-c
6221 BD Maastricht
tel: +31 (0)88-888 4444 
e-mail: info@casaklinieken.nl 
The clinic is open on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8.30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and can be reached by phone on all weekdays.

 

 

How to get there

Public transport

The clinic is opposite Maastricht Central railway station. Go out of the station through the main entrance, turn right and walk about 50 m. You’ll now find the clinic on the opposite side of the street.

Your own transport

From the North on the A2:

At the first level crossing with traffic lights (crossing De Geuselt) go right. At the next traffic light (after 111 m away) one goes to the left. One drives parallel to the track to the South. After about a kilometre one crosses the railway trail. Turn right after this immediately. One drives now parallel to the railway to the North. You are now on the Parallelweg. Drive straight on for 50 m. The clinic is on your left at no. 45-c and there’s a large car park a little further along on the right. Long-term parking is only possible by credit card.

From the South on the A2:

Take the exit ‘Centre’. Then take the exit ‘P Ceramique-Wyck’. At the traffic light turn right in the direction of ‘P Ceramique-Wyck’. At the 4th traffic light turn right (before the images). Then turn left before the Central Station. You are now on the Parellelweg. Opposite of the bus stop with the letter "K" is the entrance to the clinic.

Last modified on 06/12/2014 - 12:33