This small 17th-century Gothic church is one of the most beautiful in the Netherlands. A remarkable red colour, it photographs...
This large square, a focal point of Maastricht, is surrounded by grand cafes, museums and churches.
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...
In Den Ouden Vogelstruys
Overlooking the cathedral across the square, this antique bar is a little bit naughty and a little bit nice. The entrance has big, old,...
As carefully arranged as a bento box, Ginger takes inspiration from Thailand to Japan, China to Bali. The menu bursts with goodness and...
Sint Servaasbasiliek information
Lonely Planet review
Sint Servaasbasiliek, a pastiche of architecture dating from 1000, dominates the Vrijthof. The Treasury is filled with gold artwork from the 12th century. Don't miss the shrine to St Servatius, a Catholic diplomat who died here in 384, and make sure to duck around the back to the entrance and serene cloister garden.