Trip through Trier
Trier is alive and Trier makes history come alive. Germany’s oldest city takes its guests into the past with the help of professional actors and enthralling productions: The Gladiator Valerius, The Devil in Trier, Treason in the Imperial Thermal Baths or The Secret of the Porta Nigra… here, you will get pleasant goose bumps and entertaining, cinematic history lessons in an authentic place. All of this and much, much more is topped off with the excellent discounts on the TrierCard, with which the highlights of the city are between 10% and 25% less expensive. Even travelling with the bus is completely free if you have the card – and it is worth it, because the University City surrounded by the forest and vineyards has lots to offer – especially the many ancient UNESCO World Heritage sites, for example the imposing basilica, the amphitheatre and several great thermal baths, which can also be explored on your own beyond the scope of the adventure tours. Spectacular treasures can also be admired in excellent exhibitions such as the Rheinisches Landesmuseum. But even if you do not have ambitions of seeing high culture, a day in Trier is quite simply fun: creative pubs, quaint little shops, concerts, a bold, innovative scene – Trier has everything that constitutes a metropolis. Plus the incomparable charm of a not too big city, in which quality, not quantity, counts.