The Walkabout | uitgaan Maastricht | Irish pub

For everybody who enjoys a good pint, a friendly chat and sports on TV. Promotion july 2012: nog niet bekend.

WalkAbout Maastricht is beautifully located in Wijck – Maastricht on a little square at the river Maas, just across the ancient St. Servaes bridge. Its a meeting place for everybody who enjoys a good pint, a friendly chat and sports on TV. The crowd is a nice mixture of (international) students, expats, tourists and Maastricht locals.

The atmosphere in the pub is relaxed and informal, just what you want after a hard days work or if you simply need to get out for a little walk(about).The music, a variety of classic pop/rock songs, jazz, rhythm ‘n’ blues and the best of the modern pop/rock scene guarantees a pleasant stay at the WalkAbout.

The Cörvers Square in Maastricht is located at the Maas in Maastricht. Most visitors to Maastricht visit the center of Maastricht. However, it is certainly advisable to go across the river Maas. You cross the Maas via the St. Servaas Bridge. On your left you will see the Cörversplein. This square has a number of terraces including the terrace of Cafe Walkabout.

The Walkabout’s cosy interior makes you feel right at home. The central bar is a meeting place for locals, expats, students and people from all over the world after a hard days work or if you just want to pop in to enjoy a beer.

The Walkabout is well known because of the open mic night performances. It’s an open podium were singer songwriters and other artists perform live. Just bring your guitar and take it away.

Visit the Walkabout and enjoy Jazz, Indy, Pop, Blues and other genres. Stay tuned for this years agenda! For regular updates visit the Social Media Mall website or the Walkabout website.

At the Walkabout you can drink several special beers such as:

on Draft

  • Guinness
  • Murphy’s Irish beer
  • La Chouffe
  • Magners (cider)
  • Brand
  • Heineken


  • La Trappe Blond
  • La Trappe Dubbel
  • La Trappe Tripel
  • La Trappe Quadrupel
  • La Trappe Isid ‘Or
  • La Trappe Witte