Another historical spot in Trier. It was pretty nice weather the day we visited and I enjoyed the place.
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Very well preserved Roman relic. Very large with underground passages. Easy to imagine the carnage within the arena. Good views back across to Trier from the top of the terraces. About a 20 minute walk from the centre. Not too many other tourists to spoil...More
After you smile and hop past the grumpy attendant who throws you your admission ticket and change, this place is brilliant. It is a small remnant of what would have been an amazing facility when in full flight but it gives a great insight into...More
Be there at 9 a.m. sharp and all the theater is yours! A must visit site if you are into Roman's history. If you are going to visit several sites, don't buy the single ticket, buy the combi card instead. It is really worth it...More
Imagine the battles in the Amphitheater Amphitheater - the amphitheater outside the walls of the Old City - where cruel games were held between gladiators and prey. The amphitheater was built in the 2nd century, and in the games they could sit and watch nearly...More
One of the Roman artifacts being restored in Trier. Our visit was during an overcast day and we had the site to ourselves. Low entrance fee of 3 Euro. One large sign in English explaining the work being done. We climbed to the top and...More
So, I was thinking the baths would be really impressive but instead we found the Amphitheater much more interesting. The entire place is very peaceful and so very well manicured. The outdoor area was nice as well as the underground area and the footpaths.
Impressive roman amphitheater, walk around 1 hour. Paid entrance, parking available on the streets. You can climb the stairs to see from above. You have to drive to the amphitheater, it is not walking distance to the center.
Impressive and huge, but sadly, mostly missing. Very little of the original structure remains. There is little to see that is original. The area under the arena floor is interesting.