Hotel Constantin

St. Barbara Ufer 1-2, Trier, Rhineland-Palatinate, 54290, Germany
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travelling from frankfurt to Trier

by emmanuelaciappara

Again while being in frankfurt next december I would like to go for a day to Trier christmas market. How can I travel from from frankfurt to trier by means of public transport
many thanks
Lillian from malta

Re: travelling from frankfurt to Trier

by HansDK

By train it will take 3-4 hours each way with 1-2 changes. Savings fares are available from EUR 29 one way when bought well in advance (max 89 days). Normal one way fares are EUR 35.60-45. Timetables: http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en

Re: travelling from frankfurt to Trier

by abalada

> next december
2009 or 2010?

You can also use regional trains. This is not much slower on this route. But cheaper. Select as means of transport at the DB timetable "only local transport".

For a single travel the best combination is:
Frankfurt - Mainz (and return): RMV day ticket EUR 13,50
Mainz - Trier (and return): Rhineland-Palatinate Ticket Single EUR 19,00

You can buy both tickets from ticket machines in Frankfurt on spot. With the RMV ticket you can also use the U-Bahn, trams and buses in Frankfurt. Rhineland-Palatinate Ticket covers also the buses in Trier. Rhineland-Palatinate Ticket is valid
Mo-Fr: from 9am till 3am next day
Sa,Su: from midnight till 3am next day

Travel Tips for Trier

Old city

by Gili_S

Trier is one of the oldest cities of Germany. I spent here half a day and it was very nice. Main attraction is of course the old city.

Check the city official site at also in English:
www.trier.de

see the Krahnenviertel (Old...

by houba

see the Krahnenviertel (Old Cranes)

On the banks of the Moselle, you can view two monuments of technology of the past: two loading cranes. The cranes have moveable roofs which move atop mighty round substructures. Inside each is an enormous treadmill which was driven by human muscle power to move the pulleys.

The northerly crane was built in 1413, and the one nearer to the Roman Bridge was built in 1774.

Amadeus playing glass :)

by Skipka

When we pass by this man on the main street heading to the Porta Nigra he was looking down to earth and didn't move. But when he heard that some of coins clinked to his bowl he started to play on glasses full of water. And believe me it was worth to give him some coins too. Such great melody shouldn't become from such an ordinary musical instrument. I think even Amadeus would like to be able to play it :)

Hiking - Delights at every turn.

by Jerelis

Trier is a city with more than 2,100 years of history. The ancient city of Augusta Treverorum was founded in 30 BC and its golden age began in the year 450 AD. The compact town of Trier is easy to get around, and the ideal place to explore on foot. Trier is Germany, and yet it is a culture unto itself. It was established centuries before ancient Rome and its legacy of monuments can be admired in the streets to this day. Historical buildings to stroll around include the 12th century cathedral, Porta Nigra (180 AD), numerous churches, an amphitheater, Roman bridge, old Jewish cementery and the defensive walls reveal delights at every turn. Time to explore it!

We can honestly state that the best way to explore Trier is by foot and the second best way is also by foot! Besides giving you the opportunity to roam the narrow streets and the cosy squares, it is the quickest way too. If you really want to, you can cross the city centre in approximately 35 minutes. Remember that sometimes it might be quicker (and nicer!) to take a few short-cuts into picturesque alleys instead of following the masses of tourists. Maybe this is easy for us to say as we stayed for a longer period of time and not like most of the tourists only for one day. But even when your stay is rather short, do try to get away from the crowds and just have a 'look around'. Trier is simply a perfect place to walk for a few hours and pretending to know where you are. Have a look at Trierer Packing List.

Take a trip through the Mosel valley

by Maria250

The Mosel River runs through one of Europe's most beautiful valleys, which you can traverse in a day. The Mosel Valley offers many picturesque towns, forests, and wineries to explore and enjoy. Because it is easily traversed and is populated with many villages tucked into the low green hills, the Mosel Valley is a wonderful place to take a serendipitous journey, wherever you wants to go.
-By Michael T. Schumacher and Mary Schumacher
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Address: St. Barbara Ufer 1-2, Trier, Rhineland-Palatinate, 54290, Germany