If the journey is the destination, as fans of slow travel claim, then there is much to smile about when heading to Trier.
Because the rural roads along the Saar and Moselle take you through picturesque vineyards, little villages, and often steep rock formations. Give yourself a bit of time to enjoy this varied landscape. And for those who like things at a faster pace, are encouraged to take the Autobahns. Coming from the Saarland, Palatinate and Luxembourg, they’ve chosen Trier as their personal destination. Because even Autobahns appreciate the beauties of life.
You can reach Trier via the following autobahns:
A 1 from Saarbruecken (about 1:00 h)
A1 from Kaiserslautern (about 1:15 h)
A 1 / A 48 from Koblenz (about 1:15 h)
A 1 / A 48 from Koeln (Cologne) (about 2:00 h)
A 64 from Luxembourg (about 0:30 h) The following Bundesstrassen (highways) go to Trier:
through the Eifel:
B 51 from Pruem / Bitburg
along the Saar:
B 51 from Saarbruecken
Moselle Wine Road (Moselweinstrasse):
B 49 / B 53 from Cochem / Bernkastel-Kues
B 327 / B 52 from the Hunsrueck
along the Moselle:
B 419 / B 51 from France / LuxembourgPlease note:
An emissions sticker is not required for driving into Trier.
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