Onze Lieve Vrouwebasiliek
Onze Lieve Vrouweplein is an intimate cafe-filled square named after its church, the Onze Lieve Vrouwebasiliek, which has parts dating...
At the end of Sint Bernardusstraat, the Helpoort is the oldest surviving town gate in the Netherlands (1229).
Museum Aan Het Vrijthof
Newly opened in 2012 on the south side of the Vrijthof, this museum combines local art, history and crafts to tell a compelling story...
Settling into one of the plush wicker chairs outside, you may have a hard time mustering the energy to head inside – but you should....
This cosy corner spot turns out traditional Dutch fare, including hearty stews, roasts, fresh fish and more, with colour and flair. In...
Lonely Planet review
How cool is this? A working 7th-century water wheel powers a vintage flour mill that supplies an adjoining bakery. The loaves come in many forms and are joined by other tasty treats (direct from the ovens that are on view out the back). The cafe has sandwiches and other house-made creations, and you can self-tour the mill and see how flour's been made for eons.