Halfway up Petrisberg , the vine-covered hill just east of the Amphitheater, you come to the Wine Culture Path, which leads through the...
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The ultramodern Becker's Weinbar offers 60 wines by the glass and a more experimental menu.
Lonely Planet review
Trier’s Roman amphitheatre, built in the late 2nd century AD, was once capable of holding 20,000 spectators during gladiator tournaments and animal fights – or when Constantine the Great crowned his battlefield victories by feeding his enemies to voracious animals. Situated about 700m to the southeast of the Kaiserthermen.