See & do
Basilica of St. ServatiusAdd to itinerary
A historical church dedicated to Saint Servatius, The grave of the saint, as well as the many relics in the church treasury made the basilica a popular pilgrimage site.Read more
Maastricht cruiseAdd to itinerary
Enjoy the Limburg landscape and various cultural attractions to the fullest during a cruise down the Meuse.Read more
Eating & drinking
Maastricht is a destination for cultural gourmands. In this southern city, people take their time to enjoy a good meal. Stand amazed at the flavorful dishes. Try a Limburgse vlaai (Limburg-style pie) or visit the vineyards around Maastricht, which are unique in Holland.
8x restaurants in Maastricht
Explore the exuberant city of Maastricht with its many fantastic restaurants.
The vineyards of Maastricht
The best Dutch wines are produced in the vineyards around Maastricht.
Discover the oldest working watermill in Holland in the city center of Maastricht.
Are you looking for the perfect city to indulge your love of art and the good life? A pleasant city filled with history, art and culture? A city surrounded by beautiful nature in a hilly region? If so, you should definitely visit Maastricht. This city in the south of Holland boasts beautiful historic little districts, welcoming and exceptionally good restaurants and eateries, and plenty of art and attractions. And the best thing is that you can see the entire city centre on foot. If you want to enjoy the beautiful nature and castles outside the city boundaries, a bicycle can be easily hired.
Maastricht is also a city of indulgence and culinary highlights. There are pleasant lunchrooms, Michelin-starred restaurants, vineyard farms and an extensive range of excellent regional products and dishes. In short, ‘bons vivants’ should not miss out on Maastricht!
Attractions in Maastricht
Hiking, vinyards or shopping: you can have it all in Maastricht.
Shopping in Maastricht
Visit the best shops in Maastricht: fashion, art, design – this city has it all.
Museums in Maastricht
Maastricht has everything from modern art to an exciting labyrinth of tunnels.
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Transport in Maastricht
By public transport
Maastricht boasts an international airport. The train station is within walking distance from the city center. Take a bus or rent a bicycle.
If you are coming by car, pay less and park your car at a Park & Ride or Park & Walk location.
Transport in Holland
Distances within Holland are easily bridged. Any location you might want to visit can be reached within three hours. The train, bus and tram will taken you pretty much anywhere you want to go. You can also explore Holland by bicycle. With over 32,000 kilometers worth of bicycle paths, Holland is a real cycling country with many fantastic cycling routes.