Trier Panorama
Trier for All


Anyone boarding the train in Koblenz to travel the last 130 kilometres to Trier can confidently leave their book, mobile or tablet to one side. Because most of the time will be spent looking out the window and enjoying the stunning view that unfolds along the Moselle. The tracks run parallel to its glittering waters for most of the journey, combined with picturesque vistas of the surrounding vineyards. But those coming from Saarbrücken, Luxembourg or along the vareo’s (regional train) Eifel route won’t be disappointed either, for it’s a wonderful opportunity to travel at leisure and a slower pace.
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When planning your travel, please mind that the railway lines between Trier and Koblenz as well as between Trier and Saarbrücken and between Trier and Perl (border with France & Luxembourg) are partially closed due to reconstruction work or that particular stops are not being served. Until at least March 09, 2024 busses are replacing the trains on some route sections and/or at certain times. Some bus stops might not be next to the train stations and travel and departure times might differ from the train schedule. Please note that bikes are not allowed on board of the replacement busses.
Please consult the information on the pages of
Deutsche Bahn (German rail) or consult the free apps "DB Navigator" or "DB Streckenagent".

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Rhineland-Palatinate Ticket

Rhineland-Palatinate is easy to reach from all over Germany with the long-distance trains of German Rail (Deutsche Bahn). You can remain mobile with the 'Rheinland-Pfalz ticket'. This ticket is valid for up to 5 people and is also valid in Saarland.
For your trip to the Grand Duchy you can make use of the 'Rheinland-Pfalz-Ticket + Luxemburg ticket'.

Information on Schedules, Fares and Reservations