The world-renowned UNESCO World Heritage Site attracts visitors from the summertime. Visitors to the ancient sites have access to even more information than before. The symbol of Germany’s oldest town, the Porta Nigra, (“the Black Gate”), is a visitor area with model and viewpoints to show a new view of the Roman metropolis "Augusta Treverorum". The old building can be discovered through a self-guided tour app, which can be downloaded free of charge using a smartphone. An innovative multimedia installation shows how this Roman construction acted as a place of worship of saints in the Middle Ages.
54292 Trier, Germany