Astoria Hotel

Bruchhausenstr. 4, Trier, Rhineland-Palatinate, 54290, Germany
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Nightlife and going out in Trier

by elisewester


I moved to Trier for my job and am wondering what there is to do in Trier in the weekends? Does anyone know about any beginners salsa classes offered in Trier.

Would be grateful for any tips or ideas to improve my social life

Re: Nightlife and going out in Trier

by elisewester

Yes I live in Trier, however have not been a student for quite some years so the student life is not exactly suitable for me. Am looking more for things to for 30+ I think I might give Salsa a go, thanks you the tip

Travel Tips for Trier

Start off at the tourist info center

by sargentjeff

Just inside the Porta Negra, this little office has the basic things you need to see the city. You can buy a small pamphlet (free in most other cites) for 2,90 euro, and it will help you along the way. We saw coins of ancient times for sale here for 6 euro, and people were actually buying them. What a rip off. a piece of metal for six euro that is absolutely worth nothing.


by gypsyT.


Cafe Mohr Fleischstraße 55
Cafe Steipe Hauptmarkt 14
McDonald's Restaurant Hauptmarkt 18
Hauptmanns 'Kaffee und Weingenuss' Kornmarkt 2
Coyote Cafe Trier Nikolaus-Koch-Platz 5
Burger King Ostallee 1-3
Hotel Constantin St. Barbara Ufer 1 -2
Jugendherberge An der Jugendherberge 4
GBdR Godot's Antoniusstraße 7
Subway Castelfortestr. 10
Nell's Park Hotel Dasbachstraße 12
Eiscafe Rigoni Paulinstraße 43
Burger King Zumaiener Str. 14
McDonald's Restaurant Zurmaiener Str. 153b
McDonald's Restaurant In den Moselauen 2
Eiscafe Cali Im Treff 9

skateboarding & biking

by autaze

if you like skateboarding & acrobat biking, join the locals every nice-wheather afternoon in Basilika. Trier don't have a terrific arena for this activities, but gathering with the skaboading community must be nice.

Das List

by Willmuzik

We found the best thing for us was a large purse with a zipper top for my wife and I carried a mid-sized backpack with plety of compartments. We had plenty of room for souveneirs and everything else we could carry back with us As always when wandering through Europe, wear comfortable, breathable shoes that have good support, and in Germany, ALWAYS bring a rain jacket that can be easily shoved into your day bag as the weather is very unpredictable at best. We used a Kodak Z760 for all of our "souvenir" pictures, it's small, light, portable, and does video also. Whatever camera you have that can be easily carried would work great also

Amphitheater Trier - Used to be a town gate.

by Jerelis

Trier is the oldest town in Germany and famous for its Porta Nigra gate and imperial baths. The imposing gateway, the massive walls of the bath buildings and other ancient monuments are great attractions for everybody visiting this 'Rome of the North'. Most of the Roman buildings date back to the time of the emperor Constantine who ruled the western Roman empire from Trier. One of these Roman buildings we definately wanted to visit was the Amphitheater (amphiteatre) of Trier. To be honest, we didn't know exactly where the Amphitheater was situated, but we figured that when we would follow the masses of people, we would get there anyway. But, we were surprised to see that there was trully not that much interest in this Amphitheater, no tourist trap type of thing! Therefore we had to figure it out for ourselves. We already knew that the Amphitheater in the 4th and 5th century was a town gateway, so that the north entrance lay inside and the south entrance outside the town walls. So following the old town walls towards the south east took us there.

Now that we know where it is we can say that the Amphitheater, on the outskirts of the modern, as well as the Roman town, was built into the very slope of the Petrisberg, not far away from the Weinlehrpfad. The Amphitheater was built about 100 AD richly decorated during the following centuries.

Opening hours:
1. April to 30. September: 09:00h - 18:00h
October and March: 09:00h - 17:00h
1. November to 28. February: 09:00u - 16:00h

Petrisberg, Trier.

Outside the old city walls, south east of the historical city centre.

+49 651/97808


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