Keizerzaal Sint Servaasbasiliek

The Sint Servaas Basilica is believed to have been built on the grave of St. Servatius and is considered to be the oldest still existing church in the Netherlands. The Keizerzaal, which once offered a view of the priest's choir, is an imposing hall where Theater aan het Vrijthof performs intimate concerts.


(unfortunately not accessible for physically limited) 

You can park best at the Q-park garage underneath the Vrijthof, at Mosae Forum or at the O.L. Vrouwe parking. The hourly fees for these garages are:

Q-Park Vrijthof:  € 3,53                     
Q-Park Mosae Forum:  € 2,73                     
Q-Park O.L. Vrouweparking:  € 2,73

You find all up-to-date information about the accessibilty and parking possibilities of Maastricht at

Public Transport 

The Sint Servaasbasiliek is accessible from Station Maastricht with city busses. Almost all city busses from the station leave to the Market or the Vrijthof. From the market it's a 5 minute walk to the Sint Servaasbasiliek. For up-to-date times, prcies and routes of the public transport we refer to


If you come by bike, you can stall your bike at or underneath the Vrijthof at one of the free bike stalls. At the Vrijthof there are plenty of free bike stalls and at the parking garage underneath the Vrijthof is a free guarded bike stall. Open from monday till wednesday till 12.00 pm, on thursday, friday and sunday till 01.00 am and on saturday till 02.30 am.