这里有新鲜水果摊, 道地的当地小吃美食店, 德国香肠, 火腿...还有一种特别的蝴蝶 (蝶形) 面包, 悠闲轻松的气氛...
Just don't get the hype of Trier. Gave the city many tries to see if it would charm me. Never really happened. Went as a tourist nearly 20 years ago. It was okay. Went back to hike through town a few years ago. That was enjoyable. Visited its Christmas market once; nothing special. Have biked through Trier. Meh. Most people... 更多
This is a very photogenic area, as are the surrounding streets leading to the market. The struggle between the towns people and the Archbishop exemplified by the various buildings and adornments ( Town Hall vs. Archbishop's 'parsonage') make it even more colorful.
And I almost hate to say this, but it could use a few more cafes, and fewer stores. The H&M and Pandora seemed out of place. But so did the Subway sandwich place.
A great place to meet with one of the best restaurants in town on one side of the cobblestone square and a Mc Donalds on the other! Covers "all the bases"
This is the favourite meeting place of many of the Citizens of Trier and visitors. Surrounded by cafes and restaurants. Fast food services and the smell of fresh coffee(real coffee not Costa or Starbucks. The cakes and the smells of cooking . Flower sellers fruit and veg sellers as well as other various stalls are there each day. Sundays is... 更多
This has to be one of the most beautiful towns in Germany and Europe. I've been to quite a few German town centres but this is right up there not in the least because of the vintage and the atmosphere around. Have a look at the pictures and the food is just superb
This is a lovely area for taking a leisurely stroll. There are many shops, both large and small. There are many places where you can grab a bite to eat or have a meal. When we were there, there were several local artists selling their work. There were also local musicians playing music. There are many beautiful old houses in... 更多
The Hauptmarkt is the central spot of the oldest town in Germany. And it shows. Be impressed by the facades of the heritage buildings, restored to their old glory. Enjoy the market; there is always something to do. Have a meal at a restaurant, or sit outside with a coffee or a beer, enjoying the street life. The Trier Hauptmarkt... 更多
Our guide explained that many of the buildings on this square were flattened in WWII and rebuilt in since the 1970s. Very quaint. Plenty of restaurants and shops. Near other attractions like the Dom.
This busy market place is the spot to be if you want to do a bit of shopping or eat and drink. It has a few sculptures and displays as well as some historical locations (House of the 3 Magi, Jew's Alley). There are plenty of great restaurants as well to rest and eat in once you are done.
The main market is where much is happening. It's a conversion of various streets, it's packed with pedestrians, cafes, restaurants and various shops. From there one can reah just about any other part of the city center on foot.