Around the hotel | Park Plaza Trier

As the oldest city in Germany, Trier is an intriguing and insightful destination. Book an overnight stay at the Park Plaza Trier, located right in the heart of the city, for a memorable holiday experience. Situated just a six-minute walk from Liebfrauenkirche, one of the country's oldest Gothic buildings, and a five-minute walk from the Karl Marx House, the hotel puts you right in the middle of the action. An ancient amphitheatre only two kilometres south offers insight into the nature of ancient Roman gladiators, giving leisure travellers a chance to explore and learn about the city's rich history.

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Imperial Baths

0,51 mi / 0,83 km from the hotel
Visit the ruins of one of the world's most impressive bathing facilities, built by the Romans more than 1,600 years ago

Karl Marx House

0,22 mi / 0,36 km from the hotel
See the birthplace of the 19th-century author and sociologist Karl Marx, who is considered the father of socialism and communism.

Porta Nigra

0,31 mi / 0,5 km from the hotel
Simply known as Porta to locals, this impressive stone structure completed in 200 AD is the largest Roman city gate north of the Alps.

Rheinisches Landesmuseum Trier

0,46 mi / 0,73 km from the hotel
This archaeological museum documents more than 200,000 years of artefacts tracing the historical and cultural growth of the region.

Roman Amphitheater

0,79 mi / 1,27 km from the hotel
Located behind the medieval city wall, this Roman amphitheatre once hosted brutal gladiator fights for public entertainment.

Trierer Dom

0,27 mi / 0,43 km from the hotel
The Trierer Dom is the oldest cathedral of its kind north of the Alps. Before it was built, the site was home to a palace of Empress Helena, Constantine's mother.