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A shopping mall in the middle of the city, that is sort of a hybrid. Either you shop in the city, or you go to the mall that would typically be a bit outside of the center. But right in the middle of the high...More
As part of history in a central point of Europe, Trier is an old town situated in a strategic end of a valley. The main monument is Porta Negra a huge black stone door of the city. I advise to try the local made beer...More
I was impressed with the size, design, and cleanliness of the mall. It is easily accessible from the parking garage. One of the things I liked is there are no alcoves -- all of the stores are visible at a glance. The mall and stores...More
I'm back from Trier Gallery. I've found plenty of shops and boutiques. Everyone can find something interesting but prices are quite high but it's worth spending money for a good quality. I recommend to take credit cards with you ;)
Visiting Trier, oldest city in Germany, is without equal for history, beauty, and warm friendly people. The inter city old main gates have the West gate refurbished and opens onto a city mall that has street vendors and great shopping locations. We ate dinner one...More
We just moved here from Bamberg, and I was pleasantly surprised at how nice the mall was with good stores. There is a Zara, S.Oliver, H&M, Rewe, and a DM, plus more with in walking distance. Yes it's very typical of a mall you would...More
This beautiful city was founded by the Romans in 16 BC. Lore has it that Augustus himself founded the city. It is famous for many things but the tourist favorite is the Porta Nirga or black gate. It is the largest remaining defensive structure in...More