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Roman Bridge

Romerbrucke, 54290 Trier, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
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Small-Group Trier Day Trip from Frankfurt
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Romerbrucke, 54290 Trier, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany

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Reviewed 29 October 2017

the roman history part is interesting. However, don't bother making a trip to the edge of the city center to see it. just look at the picture and check it off your list. the roman ruins are much more interesting!

1  Thank bbbuttercup
Reviewed 19 October 2017 via mobile

We made the mistake of walking to this bridge following the tourism map and went through the red light district of strip clubs and strange shops. Should have just taken a tour bus and done a quick drive by. I am an engineer and always...More

1  Thank 48812StephenG12
Reviewed 15 August 2017

Went to have a look... Nice views across the river from there. Only takes a few minutes though. Can get busy with all the cars

Thank julialogan1982
Reviewed 13 July 2017

We walked over this Roman Bridge and it added to the overall experience in Trier - some of the original wooden support pillars are displayed in the Landesmuseum

1  Thank ursuladaleb
Reviewed 19 June 2017

The whole bridge does not date from the Roman times but the pillars do . As an engineer , I can appreciate how advanced were the Romans to build a structure that could sustain the test of time and still support the traffic today !...More

Thank belleretraite
Reviewed 8 June 2017

See the old black pillars if you haven't seen one elsewhere. The bridge gets a lot of cars as does the riverside road and the surrounding buildings are 70s montrosities - otherwise, it would be a pleasant place to sit by the river, since there's...More

1  Thank mrdom
Reviewed 8 June 2017

It is great history but it's a bridge. Well worth seeing and taking photos but, remember, it's a bridge. We walked on it. We drove across it. Unless you really know and appreciate architecture then that's about all you can do.

1  Thank Gregory G
Reviewed 14 May 2017 via mobile

We took the walking path under the bridge along the Mosel. It was beautiful even in the early spring! Loved the history of the bridge too!

Thank Rebecca M
Reviewed 11 May 2017

Walked over to see it - just because of the age of the pillars. It's a very boring bridge. It is cool though that those are the original roman piers. Sure wish they could make things to last now like they did then.

Thank MTRose
Reviewed 30 March 2017

The Roman Bridge (‘Römerbrücke’ in German) over the Moselle River is on the Unesco World Heritage list. In fact, ‘Roman bridge’ is a bit of a misnomer because only the black piers date from Roman times. They were covered with a timber deck, as is...More

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