Children in front of the Cathedral
Trier for All

Children's City Tour (only in German)

A lot has been going on in the city over the last 2000 years. It was a real Roman emperor who founded Trier, and another who built his actual throne room here. A Greek monk shut himself up in the Porta, and an archbishop was adamant about having the tallest church spire in the city.
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The people of Trier built magnificent homes, and a very famous philosopher was born. Even the devil once visited the city! These are all the stories we’ll be telling you on our child-friendly tour together. Along the way, we’ll meet funny monkeys, serious knights, a bearded saint and an ancient empress who’s found something pretty valuable. Are you in?
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From June 5, to October, every Saturday at 3 p.m.
In August and October also on Fridays at 3 p.m.

Meeting point:
Trier Tourist Information at the Porta Nigra

90 minutes

Adults: € 10.50
Concession*: € 9.50
Children (6 to 14 years): € 5.00
Families**: € 25.00

* school students, university students, volunteers (German Federal Volunteers Service (BFD), German Armed Forces, severely disabled
** 2 adults + maximum 4 children aged between 6 and 14 years

Group size:

max. 16 people


Suitable for children aged 5 to 14.

We recommend to buy tickets in advance due to limited number of participants in our guided tours.


Porta Nigra / Simeonstift - Dreikönigenhaus - Hauptmarkt – CathedralBasilica – Electoral Palace – Imperial Baths