Spanning the Moselle, Germany's oldest bridge uses 2nd-century stone pilings (AD 144–152), built from black basalt from the Eifel...
Karl Marx Haus
The early-18th-century baroque town house in which the author of The Communist Manifesto and Das Kapital was born in 1818 now houses...
Thermen am Viehmarkt
Found by accident in 1987 during the construction of a parking garage, buried beneath WWII air-raid shelters, the remains of a...
A popular student cafe, in a funky part of town, with good pizza and Auflauf (casserole; €4.80 plus €0.40 for each added ingredient)....
cnr Südallee & Friedrich-Wilhelm-Strasse · interesting places nearby
Diehard thermal bath devotees will appreciate the Barbarathermen, closed for renovations at the time of research. In the meantime you can look over the fence at the foundations, cellars and floor-heating system, all of which survived a 17th-century raid for stones to build a school.