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The great thing about shopping in Maastricht is that almost all shops are located in the historic part of the city and that the centre of the city is also car-free.

In the oldest district of Wijck are mainly art shops and antique, design and living shops. The quarter around the Stokstraat is the place par excellence where all exclusive and specialized stores are located. Those who prefer everything under one roof can visit the covered shopping centres Mosae Forum and Entre Deux.

Jocomo Parc is located 8 kilometres from Maastricht.

More tourist information can be found at the VVV Maastricht.

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Maasmechelen Village


In the luxury outlet centre Maasmechelen Village you will find more than 100 designer boutiques with over 150 Belgian and international fashion brands at great discounts. Versace, Scapa, Boss, Calvin Klein, Diesel, Guess ... are some of the top brands in the wide range.

Besides shopping, you can enjoy a snack and a drink in one of the restaurants. Thanks to the spacious parking lot with more than 1600 free parking spaces, you will not experience any parking stress here.

Maasmechelen Village is open every day.

Jocomo Parc is 18 km from this designer outlet centre.

More information can be found on the homepage of Maasmechelen Village.

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In the centre of Genk, you can shop well with lots of nice boutiques, nice authentic addresses and of course the larger known chain stores. If the weather is bad, you can visit the 3 indoor shopping centres, Shopping 1, 2 and 3, which together account for 400 shops.

Would you rather take a stroll around one of the many cosy markets that Genk is rich in? The Thursday market in Genk-Centrum, every Thursday from 8 to 13 hours, has a huge range. With its approximately 180 exhibitors, this is the largest market in Limburg.

The centre is easily accessible with 3,800 affordable parking spaces nearby and the bus and train station nearby.

Jocomo Parc is 13 kilometres from Genk.

More tourist information can be found at Tourism Limburg and at Stad Genk

Hasselt - sup



The city of taste is known for its gin distilleries, but shopping and fashion lovers will certainly also get their money's worth. In the historic city centre, eccentric shops, many boutiques, luxury fashion stores and popular Belgian and international chains are clustered side by side. The variety and cosiness make shopping in Hasselt a wonderful experience. This is also the case in a city that houses a fashion museum.

The shopping streets are almost all free of traffic and that makes shopping in Hasselt pleasant.

Jocomo Parc is located 25 kilometres from Hasselt.

More tourist information about Hasselt can be found at Tourism Hasselt and at Hasselt Winkelstad [Dutch].

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The oldest city in Belgium is best known for its weekly antique and flea market on Sunday morning from 6 am to 1 pm. This market has been going on for over thirty years and has grown into the largest antiques and flea market in the Benelux. The more than 350 exhibitors and some 40 antique shops will then show their best for the numerous visitors.

Completing the visit to the antique and flea market with a visit to the city centre or taking a cosy terrace or a tasteful restaurant is the guarantee for a successful trip.

Advantages as a shopping city? Tongeren has a good mix of colourful local shops, large retailers and fashionable boutiques. Brand new is the T-Forum retail park. This shopping park on the Luikersteenweg is a stone's throw from the city centre and combines 30,000 m² of shopping pleasure.

Jocomo Parc is 25 kilometres from Tongeren.

More tourist information about Tongeren can be found at Visit Tongeren [Dutch] and Stad Tongeren [Dutch].

Liege - sup



Virtually all major brand chains of the country have a branch in this city. The core of shopping streets is located in Le Carré, the area between the Opera House and the Cathedral, and is complemented by modern shopping centres such as Galeries St. Lambert. Besides the nice local shops, you will also find beautiful boutiques.
Taking a look at the Passage Lemonnier is also worthwhile. The shopping gallery exists since 1835. It was the second shopping gallery in Belgium.

The Batte market is a real institution: the largest and oldest market in Belgium. Colourful stalls sell fruits and vegetables, cheeses, clothes, flowers and books. The market vendors are already praising the price and freshness of their products in Walloon. This market takes place every Sunday from 8 am to 2.30 pm.

Jocomo Parc is located 40 kilometres from Liège.

More tourist information about Liège can be found on Liè