… für deinen Tag in der Trierer Innenstadt!
With more than 2000 years of history, as a city of emperors and gladiators and as the birthplace of Karl Marx, we look back on a rich cultural heritage.
Entdeckt in Trier die Spuren der römischen Vergangenheit, die noch heute überall zu sehen und zu erleben sind!
Wine from the Mosel is appreciated worldwide and is at home in Trier. Whether our famous Riesling or other fine drops from the region, there are countless bottles and tastes to choose from in the many wine bars, wine taverns and wine restaurants. A look into Trier's wine cellars is also worthwhile!
Treat yourself to a picnic in the palace garden and enjoy the city's mild climate and mediterranean flair.
The many cafés invite you to take a little time out and the city is full of benches and squares for short breaks.
Some of the highlights in Trier are the many festivals and events, such as the Illuminale, the Old Town Festival, Porta3Wine in the City or the various events in the Brunnenhof, such as Jazz in the Brunnenhof or Wunschbrunnenhof.
Good mood, good weather and good music are on the agenda!
Trier is a city of culture. Whether art, music, theatre or history, you will never get bored here. As a university location in a border region, with many different museums and cultural spaces, we have a young and international city culture.
From the Karl Marx House to the traffic light man, the philosopher has left many traces in his home town. It is worth following them!
Throughout the year, markets of all kinds bustle in the city centre and on the outskirts. The weekly market on the Viehmarkt offers food,
while the pottery, creative and design markets offer the best gifts and
inspiration. Recurring flea markets take place at the Messepark Trier, for example. And last but not least, the year ends with the popular Trier Christmas Market.
Typical Trier, quaint, hearty and delicious!
You should try the popular combination of chicken wings and cider! Pizza salad and Teerdisch have also become real local cult dishes.
But Trier also offers a wide variety of other culinary delights.
Within a few minutes' walk from the city centre, you can reach the banks of the Moselle. Here, too, you can sit on the steps and end the evening with a beautiful sunset.
Cosy, chic, studenty or dancing until dawn today?
Hidden in the historic buildings of the city centre are quaint pubs, chic bars and small clubs with a great atmosphere.
Whether in the morning, at lunchtime or in the evening - if you're exploring the city or doing some serious shopping, you're bound to get hungry!
The numerous squares, cafés, restaurants, wine bars or street food offers invite you to relax and enjoy and round off a perfect day in Trier.