Twee basilieken in maastricht - Desde Hoge Brug, NetherlandsschoonschoonTwee basilieken in maastricht📍 Desde Hoge Brug, NetherlandsThe Twee Basilieken and Hoge Brug in Maastricht (Netherlands) is a complex of two impressive churches that were built in two distinct periods. The older of the two, St. Janskerk, dates back to the early 13th century and is in a Romanesque style. The newer basilica, Onze Lieve Vrouwkerk, was built in the 17th century in a neo-classical style. Connecting the two churches is the stunning Hoge Brug, or high bridge, which was built in 1790 and is the highest bridge of its type in Netherlands. The bridge is home to a small chapel built by the Spanish on the site during the 17th century. The connection of the two churches and the bridge create an extremely photogenic scene. St. Janskerk is lit up throughout the evening and the bridge is lit at night, which makes the area a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. Visitors will find many photo opportunities of the churches, statutes, and the high bridge. There are also plenty of places to sit and appreciate the view of the surrounding parks and the river Meuse that flows beneath the bridge.🗺 MapaMostrar en el mapa🎫 Atracciones turísticasConsultar atractivos turísticos cercanos🏨 HostalesVer hostales cercanos🌦 Información meteorológicaObtenga información meteorológica y mucho más desde la aplicación. ¡Descárgalo gratis!🚕 ¿Cómo llegar allá?Obtén información de rutas (en coche, a pie, en transporte público, etc), y mucho más, desde la app. ¡Descárgalo gratis!