At the end of Sint Bernardusstraat, the Helpoort is the oldest surviving town gate in the Netherlands (1229).
Onze Lieve Vrouwebasiliek
Standing on an intimate cafe-filled square, sections of this church date from before 1000. There is a separate treasury area that houses...
Museum Aan Het Vrijthof
Housed in Maastricht's oldest civic structure, the museum highlights the city's legacy as a craft guild centre, with fine examples of...
This popular pub has a busy agenda including jazz Mondays, funky Fridays (DJs) and movie Sundays. Craft beer tastings are another...
A working 7th-century water wheel powers a vintage flour mill that supplies its adjoining bakery. Spelt loaves and vlaai (seasonal...
St Pieterstraat 13 · interesting places nearby
Café Sjiek information
Traditional local fare at this cosy spot ranges from zuurvlees (sour stew made with horsemeat) with apple sauce to hearty venison, fresh fish and Rommedoe cheese with pear syrup and rye bread. It doesn't take reservations and is always busy, but you can eat at the bar. In summer take a terrace table in the park opposite.