Each week a different vintner plays host. Contact the tourist office for a schedule.
Städtisches Museum Simeonstift
The Städtisches Museum Simeonstift illustrates eight centuries of city history and also has collections of Coptic textiles and East...
Housed in a one-time monastery, this museum brings alive two millennia of local history with carefully chosen objects, many of them...
The city centre's Karstadt department store has this supermarket in the basement.
Porta Nigra information
Top billing among Trier’s Roman monuments goes to the Porta Nigra, a brooding 2nd-century city gate that’s been blackened by time (hence the name, Latin for ‘black gate’). A marvel of engineering and ingenuity, it’s held together by nothing but gravity and iron rods. In the 11th century, Archbishop Poppo converted the structure into St Simeonkirche, a church named in honour of a Greek hermit who spent a stint holed up in its east tower.