Went to Rick Steves vantage point in the square and was engaged by a man who knew everything about what we had just read. We finally realized we were about to rent a guide if we did not watch it (this happened to us in...More
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Whether is is on a Christmas market or in summer time, this large market place offers plenty of ancient sights. The churches nearby and the Porta Nigra are just a few reminders of centuries of richdom.
You can so often find things going on in this square. When it's empty, you can see the variety of beautiful and interesting buildings and when it's busy, enjoy the atmosphere. So great to have such a historic area as part of a lively city...More
A lively small-town square which has a fruit and veg market from Monday-Saturday. A couple of interesting monuments and several attractive buildings. There are public toilets (you may have to pay).
This is the way you imagine medieval squares to be. There is a pretty fountain in the middle. All around are quaint old buildings. Trier is after all, the oldest city in Germany. I didn't realize that it was a vibrant city with a young...More
Definitely worth a visit for some lovely photos. Nice fountain, beautiful buildings, lots if cafes and restaurants, all more expensive than just a few streets away, but that is to be expected in the main square of any town or city.
A lot of great restaurants close to the center . Great place to be during Christmas Time . Hot wine and some good food