Trier is widely known as the oldest city in Germany and has a deep and rich history as a result. Trier lies in a picturesque valley near the Luxembourg border, lush with flora that spans the entire length of the hilly terrain. The city overlooks the banks of the river Moselle and is nestled deep within the acclaimed wine region of the same name. Much of the marvelous architecture from the Roman occupation remains in the city center today. Travel to Trier by bus and experience first-hand, the culmination of artistic aptitude and history. The Porta Nigra, the cathedral and the palace not only enrich the splendor of the city but personify many of the chronicles for which Trier is known and illustrate how Trier’s identity has matured over time. Once known as one of the most populous regions in the world, Trier was a major city in the Roman Empire. As the centuries passed, various events attributed to the development of the city. The University of Trier was founded in 1473 and is still open today (after a brief closure of 174 years). Trier was also home to the famed Karl Marx! Take a bus to Trier and discover the yesteryears of this beautiful hidden gem of a city.