We bring you the oldest city of Holland, holding a tremendous amount of historic and cultural beauty and monumental structures. Just strolling through the inner city gives you an idea of the rich historic value the city holds. The most noteworthy square of the city has the ‘Het Vrijthof’. Its origin traces back to the medieval times where pilgrims came all the way to visit the grave of Saint Servatius. It is now a famous attraction lined with classy outdoor cafés and many events taking place around the year.
The labyrinth of tunnels at St. Peter’s Caves is another attraction that’s worth a visit. The caves underneath Saint Peter’s Mount exist through centuries, and the tour involves intriguing stories of underground life in the caves during wars. Lastly, the lovely cruise offers unique views of natural landscapes and attractions in the city.