Maastricht is a city with a rich history and modern services. Sightseeing, shopping, fine-dining ... In Maastricht it is all possible. There is a lot to do and see in the capital of Limburg.
Grotten van Sint Pietersberg
Luikerweg 71, Maastricht > Under the Sint Pietersberg near Maastricht, you can discover the caves that were dug out by people over the course of several centuries.
Avenue Céramique 250 > Museum of the Visual Arts.
Lumière Cinema, Restaurant, Café
Bassin 88 > A cinema and restaurant cafe in an old power plant.
Stadsbrouwerij de Maastrichter
Oeverwal 8-12 > Microbrewery, beer shop and brasserie, in the former knight’s complex on the Maas.
Boschstraat 7 > Maastricht’s most important concert venue.
De Bosquetplein 7 > A unique collection of cretaceous fossils, including several species of dinosaurs.
Dominikanerkerkstraat 1 > A bookstore located in a 700-year old Dominican church.
Keizer Karelplein 6 > The large three-aisled basilica is largely built in Romanesque style using greywacke and marl. The church building serves as a parish church of the Roman Catholic St. Servaas parish and deanery church of Maastricht.
Onze Lieve Vrouwebasiliek
Onze Lieve Vrouweplein 7 > This Romanesque church functioned for several centuries as a bishop’s church, then as a collegiate church.
Stoombierbrouwerij De Keyzer
Wycker Grachtstraat 26 > Brewery De Keyzer is the last fully equipped artisan brewery in the Netherlands.
The highest point of the Netherlands, where the borders of the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany meet.
Aachen is the biggest city in the region and is worth a visit. Aachen is very close to the Dutch border, it is a city where historic buildings, part of which dates back to the time of Charlemagne, meet modern architecture. You can go to Aachen for a stroll through the shopping streets.
Johannes-Paul-II.-Straße 2 > More than 30 German kings were crowned here and it is the final resting place of Charlemagne. Since 1930, it is the cathedral of the diocese of Aachen.
Friedrich-Wilhelm-Platz 1 > The building was built in 1827. At the time, it served as a water spring and gallery and it is still possible to taste the Aachen thermal water today.
Markt 41 > The town hall is located right in front of the Cathedral of Aachen, between the Katschhof and market squares. It is, next to the Cathedral, the most prominent building in the city center.
Statue of Charlemange
Markt > Since 1620, the statue of Charlemagne stands on the Karlsbrunnen, the oldest spring in the city.
Liège is a fascinating, cozy and historically rich city. The city of Liège has experienced a real revival in recent years. Trendy concept stores, cosy cafes and delicious bakeries. There is something on every street corner. The fact that French is spoken makes for a real holiday feeling.
Place Saint-Lambert > Place Saint-Lambert with the Archéoforum, where parts of the old cathedral and, among other things, parts of a Roman house can be admired.
Montagne de Bueren/de Buerenberg
Montagne de Bueren 33 > The ascending street with 374 steps on this hill lead you to a spectacular view.
Zondagsmarkt La Batte
La Batte > Largest market in Belgium, 3 kilometres along the banks of the Meuse.
Station Liège Guillemins
Place des Guillemins > Liège Guillemins station is a true work of art designed by the celebrated architect Santiago Calatrava. The station is now the city’s renovation showcase and absolutely groundbreaking.
La Cité Miroir
Place Xavier-Neujean 22 > This former swimming pool has been converted into a cultural centre.