The Dutch government has taken a number of critical steps to stem the spread of coronavirus.Please bear this in mind when you visit Limburg. We recommend that you check websites or call in advance to make sure your visit can go ahead.
The Netherlands has introduced the following key coronavirus measures.
- Festivals, concerts and other events are allowed as of 1 July as long as visitors can keep the one-and-a-half-meter distance. Visitors must book in advance and the staff will make a health check. The admission of large events depends on whether a municipality grants a permit.
- Restaurants can open their doors and terraces again. However, visits to restaurants and cafes are only possible on reservation. At the moment a maximum of 30 visitors are allowed inside. As of 1 July, there is no maximum number of visitors, as long as they stay the one-and-a-half-meter distance.
- Theatres, concert halls, museums, monuments and cinemas open their doors again. Visiting these locations is only possible upon reservation and if visitors stay 1,5 meters away from each other.
- Campsites and holiday parks will be fully open again from July 1st, including shared shower and toilet facilities.
- Supermarkets and other shops are open and must comply with the rules on social distancing (1.5 metres) and number of visitors.
- We recommend to consult the travel advice of your local authorities to review whether it is safe to travel to The Netherlands.
Health is naturally everyone's top priority at the moment. InLimburg hopes that we will soon be able to share all the good things of our province with you again. You’ll find plenty of inspiration reading through the articles on this website!