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Best things to do in Trier

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

“It was one of the four entrance doors from the roman people in Trier. It is the north door and translated into english: "black door"”
16 locals recommend
“One of the oldest churches in Germany with a core that dates back to the Roman times. The cathedral stores the Holy Robe, a relic that is said to be the shirt of Jesus. ”
6 locals recommend
History Museum
“Es gibt einiges über die Römerzeit und das Mittelalter in Trier zu erleben.”
6 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Going to the baths was an important part of Roman life: Over 1600 years ago, the Romans built one of the grandest and most impressive baths in the world: the Imperial Baths. ”
4 locals recommend
“Don't miss this sight if you visit Trier! And even better, go on a clear night. The statues in the garden are made from white stone, and they really come alive in the moonlight.”
5 locals recommend
Scenic Lookout
“Mariensaule is only a 10 Minute walk from my home, it is a beautiful massive statue and from the statue you can see amazing views of the Moselle River and Trier. ”
7 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Larges Roman city gate North of the Alps in the oldest city of Germany (or what some people consider the oldest city of Germany). The city shopping is nice too, and the Christmas Market!”
9 locals recommend
Bus Station
“Geburtshaus des deutschen Ökonomen, Philosophen, Autors und Revolutionärs Karl Marx und heute ein Museum.”
2 locals recommend
“Simeonstift an der Porta Nigra Museum am Dom Landesmuseum Karl-Marx Museum Hier findet man die wichtigsten Museen fußläufig im Innenstadtbereich und kann hier mehr oder weniger tief in die Geschichte meiner Stadt eintauchen. Jeder so wie er es mag. Absolut sehenswert :-)”
5 locals recommend
Train Station
“Trier contains several well preserved Roman structures, including Ruins of Roman baths, an amphitheater just outside the centre and a stone bridge over the Moselle River. The Archaeological Museum displays Roman artifacts. There is also a Cathedral.”
68 locals recommend
Bus Stop
“Thronsaal Kaiser Konstantins - ist der größte Einzelraum, der aus der Antike überlebt hat. Die Römer wollten durch die Architektur Größe und Macht des Kaisers ausdrücken”
3 locals recommend
“An der Mosel entlang wandern, nur wenige Gehminuten vom Appartement entfert”
8 locals recommend
2 locals recommend
Point of Interest
2 locals recommend
“Brasserie, das gepflegte familiengeführte Restaurant der Extraklasse in Trier. Preise 14- 27 €, unsere Empfehlung !”
5 locals recommend
“Kinderspielplatz, Wildgehege, unzählige Wanderwege, Mountainbike Strecken Super Aussicht über Trier”
3 locals recommend