The amphitheater in Trier, with its size of 120 x 145 meters, is one of the largest Roman amphitheaters in the world today. It is witness to an entertainment concept that has never been seen in this form again. 🗺️ Address: Amphitheater Olewiger Str. 25 54295 Trier 📫 contact: Phone: +49 (0)651 73
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The Porta Nigra was once one of four city gates of Trier. However, it received its name only in the recent past. 🗺️ Address: Porta Nigra Simeonstraße 60 54290 Trier 📫 contact: Phone: +49 (0)651 4608965 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.trier-info.de/sehenswuerdigkeiten/porta-nigra 🕑Openeing hours: April - September: daily, 10.00 a.m. - 18.00 p.m. October and March: daily, 10.00 a.m.- 17.00 p.m. November - February: daily, 10.00 a.m. - 16.00 p.m. 🎟️ Admission fees: Adults: 4,00 EUR Adults with discount*: 3,00 EUR Children / teenagers (6-18 years): 2,50 EUR Children under 6 years: free admission Families 1**: 4,00 EUR, each additional child: 0,50 EUR Families 2***: 8,00 EUR, each additional child: 0,50 EUR Adults in groups**** ( groups of 10 or more persons): 3,50 EUR Children / young people in groups**** ( for groups of 10 or more, up to 18 years): 2,00 EUR * Pupils over 18 years, students, trainees, FSJ-performers, pensioners, unemployed, severely disabled, each with proof. ** 1 adult with up to 4 children over 6 years *** 2 adults with up to 4 children from 6 years **** Group tickets must be purchased together by one person (tour guide, supervisor). Group tickets cannot be issued to individuals (including visitors in closed groups). With alugha Points you see exciting videos about interesting places in your surroundings. These places are historically, politically or socially significant and may not be obvious anymore. Whether architecture, scene of historical events or current hotspots - with alugha Points you will always find a video in your language with all important information about the topic.
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