Trier Things to Do

  • Porta Nigra, Trier
    Porta Nigra, Trier
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    Simeonstraße, Trier
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  • 1. Porta Nigra

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    This is an old Roman gate in what is considered the oldest town in Germany, Trier. My photo is from about 2008 when I passed by there while visiting Luxembourg. I did the same before in 2005 but was...

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  • 2. St Peter's Cathedral

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    To complement my general tip on the Cathedral which is a must to come here if to see it alone, I am putting some pictures from the interior of the Cathedral here the official page in German is...

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  • 3. Hauptmarkt - Main Market

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Trier's beautiful marketplace, the Hauptmarkt, is a focal point of the town and contains many of its finest old buildings, like the Gothic Steipe and the Renaissance Rotes Haus. The market place...

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  • 4. Kaiserthermen - Imperial Baths

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    its a wonderful structure to see and to know the many years built is amazing. The kaisertherme or imperial baths are nice to see. They are considered the largest Roman baths outside of Rome! They are...

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  • 5. Electoral Palace - Kurfürstliches Palais

    The pink and white layer cake Rococo Palais der Kurfursten was the home to the Archbishop-Electors of the Holy Roman Empire. Now it is a local government office, but it retains all of its outrageous...

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  • 6. Constantine Basilica

    an enormous wonderful basilica that you seems to get lost in it. Inside it is 67 meters long, 27,2 meters wide, and 33 meter high all in a huge vaccum space. A German site on...

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  • 7. Amphitheater

    4 out of 5 stars

    Built in 100AD, this very large amphitheater is the oldest surviving Roman building in Trier. It's big, with a historical capacity of over 20,000 people, but it's not as impressive as the Amphitheater...

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  • 8. Karl Marx Haus

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    I knew about this house by a freind from Russia. She had been there in Soviet Union times. So I was interested and asked two foreigners in the street,. also looking for some monument. They were from...

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  • 9. Roemerbruecke - Roman Bridge

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    The old Roman bridge, Römerbrücke, built in the 2nd century AD, is the oldest bridge north of the Alps still used for traffic. Of the seven supporting columns, five are original! The arches dates...

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  • 10. Church of St. Gangolf

    4 out of 5 stars

    The oldest parts of St Gangolf church stems from 964 when the first stone was laid. In 1284 was it rebuilt in Gotic style and in 1507 was the tower heightened to 62 m. The church was severly damaged...

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  • 11. Barbara Therme Baths

    These Roman baths date from the 2nd century, probably because the smaller baths in the Viehmarkt could no longer meet the needs of the growing population. The Barbarathermen were in use to the end of...

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  • 12. St Peters Fountain

    You'll find this beautiful fountain in the Hauptmarkt. It was built at the end of the 16th century. Obviously, it is St Peter who adorns the top of the fountain. Below him are figures representing the...

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  • 13. Liebfrauenkirche

    The Gothic Liebfrauenkirche adjoins the Trierer Dom so there really is no excuse for missing it! Although the exact date of construction is not known an inscription painted on one of its twelve...

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  • 14. House of the Three Kings

    If you are in Trier, Germany on a hot summer day you may find yourself eating an ice cream or an eiscafe or eisschokolade in an outdoor café with a view of the Porta Nigra. If you look up you will see...

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  • 15. Palace Gardens

    The Palace Gardens in front of Trier's Electoral Palace were a desolate parade ground from the days of Napoleon through WWII. After the war, with the renaissance of Trier, the once-sterile marching...

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  • 16. Landesmuseum

    another impressive building and full of nice things inside surrounded by a beautiful park garden and has a café inside. The museum was founded in 1877, and biggest museum in Trier and one of the most...

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  • 17. Mosel River

    The pretty Mosel River passes through Trier, and it is here where we found the "old Roman Bridge." The first stone bridge in the region was built in 71 AD and if you wish to see the ruin's, they are...

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  • 18. St. Mary's Column - Mariensaeule

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Mariensäule was erected in 1866 with donations from Trier citizens. It sits on the highest point of the sandstone cliffs on the west side of the river Mosel. On top of the 40m high pillar there is...

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  • 19. Church of Our Lady

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    A last look to the nave from the Holy Shrine, (Main picture) then we can continue the visit , going through a door at the eastern side, and go to visit a cloister separating the cathedral from the...

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  • 20. Roman Baths

    Trier has 3 sets of excavated Roman baths. Those at Viehmarkt ('cattle market') are the oldest (dating from 80AD) and the smallest, most popular in the 3rd and 4th centuries. Asfter Roman rule ceased...

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  • 21. Jewish Quarter

    Here is a view of the Jewish Alley looking back toward the archway that leads to the market center. The four small medieval houses have been converted and are now home to three small bars featuring...

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  • 22. Steipe

    All you can do, is view these two House's from the outside, who cares? I didn't, as I was very happy to stand and admire their lovely architecture! STEIPE..... translate's to Arcade from a Trier...

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  • 23. Frankenturm

    The Frankenturm is a medieval residential tower from the 11th century. It was named after one of its owners in the 14th century, Franko von Senheim. The entrance was on the first floor, like

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  • 24. Market Square

    This place, the "Hauptmarket" is the most beautifull spot in town. It's the haert of the town and the center for nightlife. There are many old houses situated along this place, such as the Roten Haus,...

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  • 25. Judengasse

    The Judengasse is an alley type passage that leads from Simeonstrasse into the Postplatz.I could find nothing of interest in the passageway but it opened into the nice Platz with some cafes and this...

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