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Past and present alternate in architecture, but certainly also in cultural offer. Colourful, traditional and typical Maastricht, but also mysterious, undiscovered, challenging and worldly-minded. From underground cultural treasures and characteristic towers, to lively and vibrant festivals, exhibitions and breathtaking performances. 

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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

After being closed for a long time, the decision was made on 5 October 2017 to reopen the ENCI quarry...

ENCI quarry

Infopunt Sint-Pietersberg
Luikerweg 80
6212 NH Maastricht

The city hall, built over the years 1659-1664 under the guidance of master architect Pieter Post, has...

The City Hall

Markt 78
6211 CL Maastricht

Located in the romantic Jeker quarter, the Bisschopsmolen (Bishop's Mill) water mill is a must-see if...

Bisschopsmolen (Bishop’s Mill)

Stenenbrug 3
6211 HP Maastricht

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

Air-raid shelter museum

Minister Goeman Borgesiusplantsoen 30
6214 SC Maastricht

Between 1575 and 1825, a network of underground passageways or mine galleries was created on the western...

Casemates

Waldeckpark
Maastricht

Since the autumn of 2006, you can find the unique Dominicanen bookshop (previously Selexyz Dominicanen...

Dominicanen bookshop

Dominicanerkerkstraat 1
6211 CP Maastricht

The Sphinx passage is a 120-metre-long tiled and covered passageway connecting the Eiffel building with...

The Sphinx passage

Boschstraat 23 b
Maastricht

Sint Pieters hill

St Pieter
Maastricht

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

Market square

Markt 1
6211 CH Maastricht

This is the oldest bridge in the Netherlands that is still standing; however, Maastricht once had a bridge...