Experience Trier and the surrounding area
he hotel is conveniently located near the Porta Nigra. You can quickly get to and from the highways in any direction. From here you can easily start trips to the Moselle and the Saar, to the Eifel and the Hunsrück, as well as to the neighboring countries of Luxembourg, Belgium, the Netherlands and France. Also the nearby cities, such as Saarbrücken or Luxembourg City can be easily reached from here in one day.
The Hop on / Hop off bus also starts near the Hotel Porta Nigra, also at Porta Nigra Square, which is within walking distance of the hotel. The bus serves all major and important sights. In addition, the Hotel Porta Nigra is extremely well connected to the public transport network. The Porta Nigra stop, one of the largest stops in all of Trier, is located directly at the Porta Nigra and therefore in the immediate vicinity of the hotel. From there you can get to almost any part of the city and thus easily to all places and explore the city.
The landscape of the Trier Land and the neighboring Grand Duchy of Luxembourg invite you to go hiking and cycling. If you bring a little time to Trier, you shouldn’t miss getting to know the local area.
Further information is available from the Tourist Information:
Trier is the oldest city in Germany. It was founded more than 2000 years ago under the name Augusta Treverorum and was a Roman imperial city for a long time. So it’s no wonder that there are countless sights to visit in Trier.
The most impressive sights are the huge Roman monuments, consisting of the amphitheater, Barbarathermen, Kaiserthermen, Constantine basilica, Porta Nigra, Roman bridge, Igel column, cathedral and the Church of Our Lady. In addition, Trier has a lot more interesting things to offer.
Shopping in Trier
Those who enjoy shopping will get their money’s worth in Trier. No other city is so pleasant to shop as in Trier. So plan enough time for an extended stroll through Trier.
From the hotel it is only a few steps to the Porta Nigra. The large pedestrian zone with large and well-known chains, department stores, many cafes, restaurants, small shops and countless boutiques begins here. The small side streets and cross streets are also particularly interesting. Here you can discover small, very interesting and sometimes very special shops.
2000 Years of History
Trier was once a Roman imperial city with an imperial palace, amphitheater, imperial baths, magnificent market halls, huge city gates and everything that goes with it. Many of these impressive monuments are still standing today and can be visited.
As part of the city / adventure tours you will experience the magic of ancient sites, learn interesting facts about the Romans and their society and enjoy the best entertainment.