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Great models, interesting to walk around the property and imagine how things were a while back. Great park and a good walk around the lake with swans and other big birds. Definitely a good place to come with kids. Thanks.
Nice layout of a Roman villa with some columns. Small museum. Not worth a visit if you have to travel large distance. Best combined with Echternach village and lake for half a day. Also close to Mullerthal trail.
Along the like, you can find the foundations of a Roman villa. The entry is free. First you enter a small museum showing the daily life of the Romans. If you go outside, you see the outlines of a big Roman villa. However nothing seems...More
The entrance to this park-like attraction is free. You can wander around the fundaments/outline of what was once a very large Roman villa. There is quite extensive and interesting information on boards, though only in German/French, so this might be difficult for some visitors. There...More
What a gem on the way to Trier! We stopped here briefly but were very glad we did. The site was free. It didn't have any signs in English but it is still fascinating to catch a glimpse of how Romans lived. Nearby there is...More
In the country side of Echternach is located the nice lake, and near the lake is situated the Roman Villa; this completely excavated house is like a palace in the countryside, with marble facing, nice mosaic pavement, columns, and underfloor heating;
Nice for a visiit...More
Visitors who visit the nice lake in Echternach, find nearby this famous ancient Roman Villa; Nice visit in summer, you can see the everyday life of Romans, recreated scenes with real sizes figures, give an idea of luxury life in the villa; there were a...More
This Roman Villa, built between the 1st and 5th century, is reportedly one of the biggest of its kind in central Europe (118 X 62 m). The villa itself is completely gone now. What you’ll see is the foundation discovered during the excavation work for...More
We have been coming to Echternach for years and never knew that there was a Roman Villa there. As we were walking around the lake we saw these pillars. As we got closer it turned out to be Roman Villa. It is free to visit....More