This former city gate, dating back to 1229, is the oldest surviving city gate in the Netherlands.
This majestic church is an epitome of Gothic architecture. Its tall, half-red tower makes it the dominant of the city's skyline.
The oldest still working watermill in Netherlands. Learn about the craft of milling and see how flour is made.
The Basilica of Our Lady is a Romanesque church in the historic center of Maastricht, Netherlands.
Sint Servaasbrug is an arched stone footbridge across the Meuse River in Maastricht, Netherlands.
One of the two squares in the city where you can buy quality goods at weekly markets which are held here.
This street is known for its historical appearance, many monuments but also for being a heaven for the shopaholics.
18th-century fortification is one of the most impressive defensive systems from that time. Take a guided tour to learn more about it.
The Basilica of Saint Servatius is a Roman Catholic church dedicated to Saint Servatius, in the city of Maastricht, the Netherlands.
This modern shopping complex is made of glass, steel and stone - its interiors are quite interesting. And it's also a shopaholic heaven!
The Stadhuis is the town hall in the centre of Maastricht in the Netherlands. It is sited on the Markt.
The Onze Lieve Vrouweplein is a square in the historic center of Maastricht, the Netherlands.
The Bonnefanten Museum is a museum of fine art in Maastricht, Netherlands.
The Sint-Lambertuskerk is a former church in the city of Maastricht, Limburg, Netherlands.
Discover all the interesting exhibitions dedicated to nature and natural history.
Visit for a worthwhile cultural experience with dance or opera performances. They also organize festivals and events, some aimed at kids.
The Museum aan het Vrijthof is a museum of modern art and antiques in Maastricht, Netherlands.
This glass house by Wiel Arets Architects is a shining example of modern architecture. It just magically pops out from the old facade.
Also known as the Devil's Grotto or Wine Quarry, these corridors are located under Mount Saint Peter. Beware, you might get lost in the dark!
Though this castle was almost destroyed, it is a landmark and tells a great piece of history. Climb its tower for a look over the city.
Mount Saint Peter, also referred to as Caestert Plateau, is the northern part of a plateau running north to south between the valleys of…