Do & See

Bonnefanten Museum

Old Masters & Modern Art. This iconic building, designed by Italian architect Aldo Rossi, is home to an always exciting programme of temporary exhibits, museum tours, lectures, and children’s activ...

Brewery De Keyzer NA Bosch

Steam Brewery De Keyzer, a craft brewery with equipment dating from 1900-1929, still operating in a building of industrial and archaeological significance. If you book ahead, you can get great tour...

Bureau Europa

Architecture forum. Exhibitions and other activities in the field of architecture and design, with a social/sociological angle.

Caves of St Pietersberg

Do you dare go underground? Not afraid of the dark? Go exploring in the caves below the St. Pietersberg hill. No light, no sound, no smell, no radiation, no pollution, no mobile phone signal, no id...

City Hall

Heirloom of Maastricht. Built from 1659-1664 by the architect Pieter Post; the tower dates from 1684 and houses a carillon with 49 bells that is still played regularly.

Fort Sint Pieter

Step back in time and experience history on a tour of Fort St. Pieter. Your enthusiastic guide will take you to the well, the embrasures, and the cannon gallery while entertaining you with wonderfu...

Unique Spots / Top 10

Apostelhoeve Vineyard

In the Limburg region just outside Maastricht, vineyards cover the hills. At the 15th century farm Apostelhoeve, guided tours, around the growths and the wine cellars are held. A wine tasting with ...


The smells of fresh-baked bread and vlaai. You just can’t walk past that smell of fresh-baked spelt bread and Limburg’s favorite sweet tart, ‘vlaai’, without stopping in here!

Bookshop Dominicanen

Heavenly bookshop. Spectacular old church, and thankfully preserved as a bookshop due to the efforts of the people of Maastricht. Great coffee as well.

Cellebroederskapel (chapel)

Silent monument. Hidden behind a historic gateway in the facade of number 58, you find this domain of silence.

Charles Eyck Park

Green on the Meuse. Céramique’s park, along the Meuse, is a favourite picnic and gathering place for students and locals.

Hells Gate (Helpoort)

The Hells Gate, dated to 1229, is the oldest city gate in the Netherlands. It was originally a part of the city wall of Maastricht and has been used as meeting point for cloth fullers. Today you wi...