Walk through Medieval Trier

It is not just the Roman Imperial era that has left its mark on Trier. During the Middle Ages as well, Trier was an important ecclesiastical center and seat of one of the seven German Electoral Princes, who determined the German King and Holy Roman Emperor. Burghers’ houses and the elegant facades of the Main Market reveal the self-assurance of the Trier citizenry. The walking tour emphasizes these aspects of the city’s history and begins at the Porta Nigra, leads to the House of the Three Magi, the Main Market, and Franco’s Tower. It then continues across the Kornmarkt and Viehmarkt Squares to St. Anthony’s Church, and City Hall.

approx. 2 hours

Meeting point:
Tourist Information Trier or by agreement

€ 100.00 in German / € 110.00 in other languages

Booking address:
Trier Tourismus und Marketing GmbH - Tourist Information Trier, An der Porta Nigra, 54290 Trier
tel. +49 651 9780820 or 9780821 or 9780852, fax +49 651 9780859,
e-mail: tours@trier-info.de

The booking order must be in writing (by e-mail, booking form, fax or letter). Bookings are possible only with your complete address.

Contact persons:

  • Petra Becker
    Petra Becker
  • Martina Hölzemer
    Martina Hölzmer

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