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Attractions in Trier

Founded by the Romans, the oldest city in Germany, and imperial residence of the Late Antiquity, Trier is the predestined location for cultural, historical and archaeological exhibitions concerning the ancient world. See this for yourself on International Museum Day or the UNESCO World Heritage Day.

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Cathedral Square/Cathedral City | Trier, Stadt Trier

Going back into the early Middle Ages, a wall defined an area surrounding the Cathedral, the close, whose center today comprises, along with the...

Roman Archaeological Museum | Trier, Stadt Trier

The largest and most certainly best-known Trier museum is the Archaeological Museum (Landesmuseum). No other museum in Germany informs so...

Karl Marx House | Trier, Stadt Trier

The birthplace of Karl Marx is located just off today’s pedestrian zone, in Brückenstrasse 10.

The permanent exhibition “Karl Marx...

St. Paulin | Trier, Stadt Trier

Like St. Maximin`s, the former Collegiate Church of St. Paulin in the northern part of the city was erected in a Roman cemetery. The most...

Church of Our Lady (Liebfrauenkirche) (UNESCO World Heritage) | Trier, Stadt Trier

The Church of Our Lady is the oldest Gothic church in Germany, built in the 13th century. A special feature is the cruciform floor...

Barbara Baths (UNESCO World Heritage) | Trier, Stadt Trier

The baths were constructed in the 2nd century AD. The name of the facility derives from a no longer existing monastery on the site. The bath is...

Imperial Baths (UNESCO World Heritage) | Trier, Stadt Trier

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...

Bishop´s Museum | Trier, Stadt Trier

The modern light-filled museum in Windstrasse was formerly a Prussian prison and displays, among other exhibits, works of Christian art and...

Mariensäule | Trier, Stadt Trier

St Mary‘s Column towers above the city at the highest point of the sandstone rocks and a 40 metre pillar. The location affords a spectacular view...

Treasury of the Trier City Research Library | Trier, Stadt Trier

The recently reopened Treasury of the Trier City Research Library holds treasures of rare books of the greatest value and international ranking....

Porta Nigra (UNESCO World Heritage) | Trier, Stadt Trier

For the newly arrived guest, the Porta Nigra is the best place to begin a tour of Trier. The gate dates back to a time (about A.D. 180) when the...

Cathedral (Dom) (UNESCO World Heritage) | Trier, Stadt Trier

Trier Cathedral, the oldest bishop’s church in Germany, stands today in Trier’s center above a former palace from the era of the Roman Emperor...

Toy Museum (Spielzeugmuseum) | Trier, Stadt Trier

Toys accompany us our lives long. Memories of childhood are awakened when we discover a dust-covered doll in the attic or a dented model car in...

Roman Bridge (UNESCO World Heritage) | Trier, Stadt Trier

The Roman Bridge in Trier ist the oldest bridge in Germany. The stone pilings of the Roman Bridge date from A.D. 144-152.

The pilings of...

Forum Baths (Viehmarktthermen) | Trier, Stadt Trier

Continuing towards the Moselle along Kaiserstrasse, the visitor passes the site of the Roman Forum (no longer visible today) near which the Forum...