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Hells Gate is part of the original city wall, built after Henry I, Duke of Brabant, gave permission for...

Helpoort

St. Bernardusstraat 24 b
6211 HH Maastricht

‘Schuilen in Maastricht’ (Shelter in Maastricht) is located in one of the galleries of the Kazematten...

Air-raid shelter museum| Maastricht Underground

Minister Goeman Borgesiusplantsoen 30
6214 SC Maastricht

As the main market square (Markt) was too small, a number of smaller market squares sprung up in Maastricht....

This beautiful 13th century Gothic church contains an exceptional pulpit (1780), grave slabs and wall...

Sint Jans church

Vrijthof 24
6211 LE Maastricht

The Frontenpark is not your standard city park. You won't find a neatly laid out and maintained park,...

The Frontenpark

Frontenpark
6211 Maastricht

The heart of the city is home to the beautiful Vrijthof square. In the 19th century, Vrijthof square...

Vrijthof square

Vrijthof
6211 LE Maastricht

You are sure to enjoy both the view from the fort and the stories told by your guide, mixing history...

Fort Sint Pieter

Luikerweg 80
6212 NH Maastricht

Bat’ used to be an old southern Dutch word for a mooring place or a quay reinforced with wood. As an...

Het Bat

Het Bat
Maastricht