This small 17th-century Gothic church is among the most beautiful in the Netherlands. Originally the limestone tower got its reddish hue...
The Vrijthof is an expansive square surrounded by grand cafes, museums and a pair of magnificent churches. Streets to its south and east...
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...
In Den Ouden Vogelstruys
On a coveted corner of the Vrijthof, this antique bar is a little bit naughty and a little bit nice. The entrance has heavy red...
Adjunct to a gallery for contemporary art, the kitchen here is run by a Syrian who previously resided in Tuscany, and dishes span the...
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Sint Servaasbasiliek information
Built around the shrine of St Servatius, the first bishop of Maastricht, the basilica presents an architectural pastiche dating from 1000. Its beautiful curved brick apse and towers dominate the Vrijthof. The Treasury is filled with medieval gold artwork. Be sure to duck around the back to the serene cloister garden.