The Klause Kastel is a 19th-century sepulcher for John of Bohemia, a famous 14th-century knight who, according to legend, commanded an army while blind. The sepulcher is, however, built into a cliffside complex of ancient caves carved out in the 10th-15th centuries as monastic hideouts. This hike takes you along some of the most spectacular vistas of the Saar Valley to an exciting relic of medieval history.
The ancient city of Trier is one of the top tourist destinations in Germany. Full of Roman ruins, rich museum collections, resplendent churches, and an atmospheric cityscape. Let's dig into the city's past and see if you should visit Trier.
Trier is a highly interactive city with many things to do and see. Below is an outline of when things are open and where they are located. This should help plan your visit and make sure that you get to see everything you want to.
The ancient city of Trier deserves its high marks as one of the premier tourist destinations in Germany. Let's explore the city with everything: Roman ruins, rich museum collections, resplendent churches and an atmospheric cityscape.
Explore the surviving legacy of the Age of Absolutism. Once upon a time, great palaces, churches and cityscapes dominated the landscape, but since then, have slowly faded away. This guide aims to explore what's left of Absolutist and Enlightenment ideals in the Valley.