Cityhotel Primavera

Address: Johannisstrasse 16, Trier, Rhineland-Palatinate, 54290, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Johannisstrasse 16, Trier, is near Toy Museum (Spielzeugmuseum), Hauptmarkt, Karl Marx House, and Evangelical Lutheran Church.
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    Travel Blogs from Trier

    Luxembourg

    A travel blog entry by katemc55 on Jul 09, 2015

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... s contribution to European unity after WW2. Luxembourg has just assumed the presidency of the EU for the next 6 months, so there were EU flags up everywhere. So the highlight of our tour comes when we go into the courtyard of the Prime Monisters Offices, to find a black car driving up, a suited man gets out and greets Heinz, and we are introduced to the Prime Minister, Xavier Bettel! He greets us warmly says Welcome in Dutch to our Dutch colleagues. It turns out that Heinz ...

    Koblenz to Trier (train + 4km) - Day 35

    A travel blog entry by sydandval on Jun 18, 2015

    ... and found we were 2km further away than when we started! Wearily we found a new route and cycled the final 3km to the campsite. Fortunately we were able to check in straightaway (it was just after 2pm) and we sat on the grass eating our lunch whilst the sopping wet footprint and fly of the tent dried in the fitful sunshine. About 5pm we went shopping for supplies and after dinner Syd found a ...

    Exploring Trier, gingerly...

    A travel blog entry by kcsinasia on May 07, 2015

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... some more glucose test strips--done, and at half the cost. Today, some more insulin pen needles--again, no sweat. And all the hassle with keeping the insulin pens cool the first two weeks--Turns out we could have brought a script from Sam and bought some here! Live and learn!

    We had found the Basilica of Konstantin (or Constantine, the Roman Emperor who made Christianity the religion of the Holy Roman Empire), built as a throne room in 310 AD. Largest Roman structure ...

    Going back in time

    A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Jun 30, 2014

    3 comments, 3 photos

    ... army wanted to draft the family’s grandfather and young teenage son into a desperate army, but somehow her mother put her foot down and prevented that from happening. She said they were all very relieved when the American soldiers finally arrived in their area, because the great fear was to be captured by Russian soldiers. They were confident they would be well-treated by US troops.

    After the war ended, Mr. François lied about his age and enlisted ...

    Trier, and the Ancient Romans

    A travel blog entry by kperissinotto on Dec 27, 2013

    1 comment, 31 photos

    ... with a vast semi-circular apse. It is the largest surviving single-room structure from Roman times. Again, we didn't really know what we were seeing, but thought it was lovely - we took photos outside the Electoral palace, which backs onto the Basilica, and later read that it is considered one of the most beautiful rococo palaces in the world. It was closed for renovations inside - next time! We then walked to the Roman bathhouses, built in 300AD but never completed. We decided ...