Car Hire Trier, Loebstrasse 4

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Trier, Loebstrasse 4

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Mo-Fr 0800-1730
Sa 0800-1100
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Metternichstrasse 34, 54292

Telephone: +49 (0) 651 23137

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Hertz at Trier, Loebstrasse 4

Trier is a city situated right on Germany's border with Luxembourg. It has an ancient Roman history embodied in relics like the Porta Nigra (Roman gate to the city), and it also has a deep religious heritage in its beautiful churches. Add to this the fact that Marx was born here, Trier seems to have one of the most interesting and diverse histories in Europe. Hiring a car from Trier means you can venture into the rolling hills of the Mosel Wine Region; pleasant villages such as Ruwer are just 15 minutes away on the B49. If you choose to hire a car in Trier you'll also find Luxembourg City is less than 40 minutes away on the A1.

Most visitors to Trier will converge on the historical Hauptmarkt square, revelling in the cosmopolitan vibe and Renaissance architecture. Take advantage of car hire in Trier and you'll find St Peter's cathedral which is an outstanding building, and if you like religious architecture, don't miss the Liebfrauenkirche. Historians will know that Karl Marx was born here and his former home has opened as a museum, but the city's symbol is probably the Porta Nigra, pointing to Trier's rich Roman heritage. You can drive up to St Mary's Column and survey the city, or explore the rolling hills of the wine valleys.