Petrisberg Multilingual Panel
Next to the Petrisberg Aussicht stop for buses 4 and 85, a multilingual panel traces local history from the first known human habitation...
Trier’s Roman amphitheatre could accommodate 20,000 spectators for gladiator tournaments and animal fights. Beneath the arena are...
A scale model of 4th-century Trier and rooms filled with tombstones, mosaics, rare gold coins (including the 1993-discovered Trier Gold...
This vibrant cultural events venue, housed in a former Tuchfabrik (towel factory), hosts cabaret, live music of all sorts, theatre and...
Within the Becker’s Hotel complex, 3km southeast of the centre, this supremely elegant winehouse serves sublime internationally...
Panoramic views unfold from Petrisberg , the vine-covered hill just east of the Amphitheater. Halfway up, the Weinkulturpfad leads through the grapes to Olewig (1.6km). Next to the Petrisberg/Aussicht stop for buses 4 and 85, a multilingual panel traces local history from the first known human habitation (30,000 years ago) through the last ice age to the Romans.