Go back in time with a visit to Germany's oldest city with a local tour guide
Go back in time with a visit to Germany's oldest city - Trier, dating back to 2000 BC. Trier's main sights are the remnants of the Roman colony established in the city in 16BC, including Germany's oldest cathedral, built by Constantine the Great in 326 AD. A designated UNESCO World Heritage site, the ancient city is set on the banks of the Moselle River and features one of the earliest Gothic buildings in Germany, the Liebfrauenkirche, Roman Baths and a 20, 000-capacity Roman Amphitheater.
Witness the fascinating ancient remains of this former Roman colony, said to be Germany's oldest city
- Porta Nigra - Roman gate from 3rd century - best preserved Roman building in Germany
- Constantine's Basilika
- The Oldest Cathedral in Germany
- Trier Roman baths and gladiator amphitheater.
- Karl Marx house (optional)
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 9 hours
Luxury private coach Mercedes for up to 5 passengers comfortably. For bigger groups please inquire for car upgrade options. Capabilities for up to 7 and up to 9 passenger vehicles on demand.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
30 euros - It's always a good idea to have some small Euro cash on you as some places (street vendors, small cafes, kiosks) do not accept credit cards. Some entry tickets are payable upon entry as well.
Some museums and attractions require an in-house guide, venue-provided guided tours or audio guide.
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Fabulous tour. An amazing place with so much history.