Arriving by car
We are connected by motorway to the cities of Luxembourg, Liège, Cologne, Koblenz and Saarbrücken.
If you are coming from Koblenz/Saarbrücken/Kaiserslautern on the A48/A1 motorways, keep going straight ahead when you reach the end of the motorway until you come to the River Moselle embankment road, but do NOT follow the signs “Trier-Verteilerkreis/Trier-Nord”. Keep going until you reach the historic Roman Bridge (in German: “Römerbrücke”), which will be the second bridge you come to in the city. Cross the river by the Roman Bridge and then turn right into Aachener Strasse. Once you have come to the end of the road, immediately after you have crossed a railway line, turn into a steeply rising street called Römerstrasse. Continue climbing this hill until you reach the Robert Schuman Haus, (address: Auf der Jüngt 1).
If you are coming from Cologne /Bitburg on the A64 motorway and the B51 main road (via Bitburger Strasse), do NOT turn off at the bridge called the “Kaiser-Wilhelm-Brücke”, and do NOT cross the river. Keep on straight ahead until you come to the 4th turning on the right (the railway crossing will be on your left), turn right and enter the steeply rising street called Römerstrasse. Keep climbing this hill until you reach the Robert Schuman Haus (address: Auf der Jüngt 1).
Arriving by train
If you are starting from many German or European cities, you will also find it convenient to get to Trier by train. Please visit www.bahn.de for details of connections by rail.
Coming from the station
Please visit the municipal utilities website: www.swt.de for details of bus routes in Trier.
Arriving by plane
Luxembourg Airport is only 30 minutes away from Trier by motorway.
You can also get to Trier from the nearest German airport, which is Frankfurt-Hahn. The journey by car or shuttle bus takes 50 minutes.
In this case, the journey takes about 80 minutes by car.