To this day, the colossal Porta Nigra town gate (UNESCO world heritage) still marks the largest Roman metropolis north of the Alps. In the historical old town of Trier, hundreds of years of architectural history blend together with trendy cafés and cozy wine taverns to create a captivating atmosphere.
Sparkling moments are guaranteed in Trier where the oldest wine cellar in Germany (Vereinigte Hospitien) can be visited. It was certified by the German Wine Institue as a highlight of the wine culture! The Petrisberg above the Roman amphitheatre is the perfect location to enjoy a picturesque sunset. The panoramic view from St. Mary's Column down to the sun-drenched meander of the Moselle river is matchless for romantic evenings. Stylish candlelight dinners await you in the restaurants on the terraces of the Moselle river while a plethora of excellent meals and wines are to be found within the historic walls of the vineyards.
UNESCO World Heritage
Trier Antiquity Card is ideal to explore the nine World Heritage Sites.