Every guide is different and will tell you about Maastricht from their own viewpoint and experience. Aside from their personal stories, the tour always covers:

  • Vrijthof Square: A bustling square filled with cafes, restaurants, and historic buildings.
  • Basilica of Saint Servatius: A stunning 11th-century church with a mix of Romanesque and Gothic architectural styles.
  • Onze Lieve Vrouwebasiliek: An impressive basilica that houses a famous medieval sculpture of the Virgin Mary.
  • Helpoort: One of the oldest city gates in the Netherlands, dating back to the 13th century.
  • St. Pietersberg Caves: A fascinating network of limestone caves located just outside the city center.
  • Market Square: Another vibrant square featuring a weekly market, historic buildings, and plenty of shopping and dining options.
  • The river and the bridge that is so typical of the center of Maastricht