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It would be a shame to be in Trier and not see the oldest bridge in Germany. So I made that about 15 minutes walk from the city center but was not really amazed. Especially from the road it looks very ordinary. At the other...More
I was staying by the rail station, so this was a good hike for me. I approached it by heading first to the Porta Nigra, from there to Market Square, and then meandered towards the Mosel. While hardly the most exciting part of that river...More
Easy to view from a short walk from the city centre, best to look under to see the old part, no point really in walking over it as it is full of traffic and not terribly pretty from above. The surrounding river and hillsides were...More
the roman history part is interesting. However, don't bother making a trip to the edge of the city center to see it. just look at the picture and check it off your list. the roman ruins are much more interesting!
We made the mistake of walking to this bridge following the tourism map and went through the red light district of strip clubs and strange shops. Should have just taken a tour bus and done a quick drive by. I am an engineer and always...More
The whole bridge does not date from the Roman times but the pillars do . As an engineer , I can appreciate how advanced were the Romans to build a structure that could sustain the test of time and still support the traffic today !...More
See the old black pillars if you haven't seen one elsewhere. The bridge gets a lot of cars as does the riverside road and the surrounding buildings are 70s montrosities - otherwise, it would be a pleasant place to sit by the river, since there's...More