River cruises, Maastricht
If you would ike to see maastricht from the river Maas? Then step aboard on one of the river boats. They are waiting for you throughout the summer season.
The boats takes you pass from the city, some governmental buildings, from the St Pieters caves and it goes as far as the Belgian border and returns.. Tour lasts around 50 minutes.
Tickets are adults 5,75 Euro, Departure every hour from 10:00 to 17:00.. You can also take a tour including a visist to the caves..
This Pallieter boat will take you to explore the River Maas for one half hour.
you can drink something inside the boat, while sitting and enjoying the view of the Maas.
Combinationtickets tram and boat: Adult=€8. Children 6yrs-12 yrs=€6. Children under 6 yrs= free. 65+=€7 and groep of 20 pers=€7.
Taka river cruise to St. Pieterberg and stroll around this hill.
The cruises go by the hour. The last boat back to the city from St. Pietersberg is at about 5:15pm.
St. Pietersberg hosts a nice cafeteria, ice kiosk, castle ruine, church and view points to Maastricht.
Guided tours through the Grotten do start at about 10 to the hour.
The boat takes about 25 minutes each way.
If you take the boat at 2 pm. You arrive in St. Pietersberg pier at about 2:25 and your tour starts at 2:50. So plenty of time for a local beer or two.
It is a little bit cold in the grotten so bring a jumper with you.
Would you like to see a city from the river Maas? Then step aboard on one of the river boats waiting for you throughout the summer season. Your host on the cruise takes you along Mount St.Pieter, the hill with the famed limestone caves, to the complex of sluices at Ternaaien ( Belgian border ) and back again.
I love boats. So I certainly would recommend the boattrips of Rederij Stiphout on the Meuse (Maas). You can even go al the way to Liege.