About the property
- Apartment1506 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay3 - 7 nights
ED Ref. 2244626
DTV certification: *****
The city of Trier (about 100 000 inhabitants) is located between the Eifel in the north and the Hunsrück in the south in the middle valley of the Moselle. The oldest city in Germany is a Roman foundation (Augusta Treverorum). The most important sights of Trier include the Roman Amphitheater, the Barbarathermen, the Imperial Baths, the Basilica of Constantine, the pillar of Igel, the Porta Nigra and Roman Bridge and the Cathedral St. Peter and the Liebfrauenkirche are UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Due to its central location (only approx. 200 meters from the Porta Nigra), the holiday home offered is the perfect starting point for your exploration of the highlights with the UNECO World Heritage title. Hardly a city that can offer such a density of cultural assets.
And then Trier is the hometown of probably the most famous German in the world: Karl Marx
What awaits you in the holiday home?
Above all, a luxury feel-good atmosphere: an apartment that one builds for oneself rather than renting them. The unique character of this penthouse apartment can only be experienced with a personal experience. Here everything is at the highest level: Whether kitchen or sleeping area with integrated top bath, or the guest area with fully equipped shower room. The lift leads via two entrances directly into the living area. A gallery invites you to relax. You can expect an appealing and tastefully coordinated design of the furniture. Selected and high-quality processed replicas from the BAUHAUS KUNSTSCHULE (Marcel Breuer, Le Corbusier, Charles Eames, George Nelson, Isamu Naguchi, Mies van der Rohe etc.) create the special feeling of uniqueness. Sensational glances z. B. from the bay window on the Porta Nigra complement the impression here in a special way to live.
The apartment is ideal for 4 people, but can also be used without further restrictions, to be used by 6 people.
- Response time:
- within one hour
- english, german, polish
- Calendar last updated:
- May 9, 2018
Pool / Spa
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
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Trier is the district capital of the government district of the same name, episcopal see, university town and cultural, traffic and economic center of the Trier region.
The Porta Nigra, the landmark of the city. Photo: ZenderIf the Treverians heard 2000 years ago what the Roman Emperor Augustus intended to do on the Moselle, they were understandably unenthusiastic.
For centuries, the Celtic tribe had lived in the Mosel valley, survived the Roman invasion under Caesar largely unscathed, and now wanted his son demolish their settlements and build a new Roman city? Augustus knew how to approve of the Treverer. He connected the new metropolis to the Roman trunk road and trade network, naming it not only for himself, but also for the Treveri: Augusta Treverorum, founded 16 BC. Chr.
Historic fountain at the Kornmarkt. Photo: Zender Today, this date of foundation gives Trier the title of "oldest city in Germany". And even the grandsons of the Treverer do not detract from the Romans, on the contrary: the Trier people are proud of their "Pochta", as the Porta Nigra, the Roman city gate, in the Moselle-Franconian dialect means, as well as the basilica, the amphitheater or the imperial baths ,
Eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites are within walking distance in and around the city center - almost all of them were built by the Romans. But while strolling over the cobblestones of the pedestrian zone, past the fragrant fruit and flower market, the lovely displays of small shops and the stretched umbrellas of the numerous cafes, you can also go on a journey through time of later epochs: Medieval residential towers, half-timbered houses from the Renaissance , electoral buildings or the birthplace of Karl Marx - in Trier you will discover history at every turn.
The cathedral court yard. Even though Porta Nigra, the "black gate", welcomes visitors, Trier is colorful, all year round.
In the gentle spring green you stroll through the palace garden, earn your first ice cream of the season by hike to the White House forest or ride your bike along the Moselle to Luxembourg, while next to you the sunrays glitter in the blue of the Moselle.
In the summer months you will be fascinated by the particularly rich cultural offer. At the medieval Brunnenhof you swing and jazz with thoroughbred musicians from Trier and the surrounding area, at the Altstadtfest you rock with the whole city on several big and small stages, and at the Moselmusikfestival you immerse yourself in the classical concert world of national and international standing.
In the autumn, the time of the color detectors came: red and yellow leaves blow in the air in front of the window, but what about the other side of the glass? Is the Riesling more ivory or golden, rather pale yellow or pearly? Discuss this question directly with a winemaker in the winery or at a wine tasting in the city center. Connoisseurs will not only get their money worth while drinking: feast on the original recipes of the Roman gourmet Apicius, enjoy fine haute cuisine or the simple Trier national dish "Teerdich" made from mashed potatoes and sauerkraut.
In winter, finally, one of Germany's most beautiful Christmas markets attracts visitors to Trier's main market. Marvel at the large Christmas pyramid on the cathedral courtyard and smell the scent of fresh gingerbread and cinnamon waffles. Anyone who does not find all the Christmas presents here can use Trier as a starting point for short trips to Luxembourg, France or Belgium.
And of course, culture lovers will be tempted by the numerous museums in Trier, most notably the Rheinische Landesmuseum, which is home to the largest Roman gold coin treasure in the world.
Every year, millions of people are captivated by Trier year after year. Become a Treverer too!