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    Day 4

    316 mi2 mi

    Ancient Rome, Craftworkers and Roller Coasters

    Are you ready for the rollercoaster that awaits you today?? It's not just a figure of speech, you're really in for a roller coaster ride as you go through an amusement park, but first things first.
    Today we'll take a look at some of the most iconic sights of Trier, this important city that was considered the second capital of the Roman empire.
    Then, yes! It's time to have fun in the Phantasialand park! After shaking in all its attractions, you will head to a very peculiar museum in Hagen. It's an open-air museum where you will learn ancient crafts among the most picturesque workshops.
    Finally, in Osnabrück, you will have a short walk through the old town to have dinner in a cosy and very central restaurant, where you will be able to close and comment everything you have experienced during the 4 days of this fantastic trip.
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    Porta Nigra
    09:0515 min

    Porta Nigra

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    You probably don’t know it, but you have dawned in a city considered by some to be the oldest in Germany. Also here, once a long time ago, a certain Julius Caesar spent the night after conquering Gaul.
    And the first thing that is recommended to do here is to visit the most emblematic monument of this city, The Porta Nigra. To visit the monument you can get tickets at the entrance of the building.
    Visiting hours are from 9:00 to 16:00 hours daily.
    0.4 mi10 min
    Trier Saint Peter's Cathedral
    09:3010 min

    Trier Saint Peter's Cathedral

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    This church with more than 1,700 years of history brings together patches of different architectural styles: Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque... It is worth seeing inside, during daylight, to appreciate the beautiful stained glass windows and the ornamentation.
    Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 9:00 - 12:00 h. Monday to Thursday: 14:00 - 17:00 h.
    More information
    0.3 mi10 min
    Konstantin-Basilika (Evangelische Kirche zum Erlöser)- Evangelische Kirchengemeinde Trier
    09:5015 min

    Konstantin-Basilika (Evangelische Kirche zum Erlöser)- Evangelische Kirchengemeinde Trier

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    Built in the 4th century, this throne room of Emperor Constantine still today impresses with its enormous dimensions. It is the only Roman structure of its kind still standing. You won't believe this colossal structure, built without columns, has stood for over 1500 years.
    Its interior leaves a clear message of the magnificence worthy of its emperor. Today converted into a Protestant church, it is undoubtedly a place that you cannot miss from this city.
    Opening hours: April-October Monday to Saturday: 10:00 - 18:00 h. Sunday: 14:00 - 18:00 h. November, January to March Tuesday to Saturday: 10:00 -12:00 & 14:00 - 16:00 h. Sunday: 14:00 - 15:00 h. December Monday to Saturday: 10:00 -12:00 & 14:00 - 16:00 h. Sunday: 14:00 - 15:00 h.
    Important: You can visit the Basilica outside church services.
    0.3 mi10 min
    Marktbrunnen
    10:1515 min

    Marktbrunnen

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    Before leaving Trier take a stroll through its beautiful square, a place full of charm with its varied buildings and shops. It is one of the most charming places in Trier and you will love it.
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    Trier Parking
    10:351 min

    Trier Parking

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    You've walked enough in Trier, it's time to drive and reach a place full of fun.
    90.9 mi1 hr 50 min
    Phantasialand
    12:302 hrs 30 min

    Phantasialand

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    This fantastic amusement park is ideal for a trip as exciting as the one you're having. It has lots of fun rides and extraordinary shows. You can also have lunch here as it has a great gastronomic offer.
    It is important that you book your ticket in advance as tickets can only be bought online and are dated
    The park opens daily at 9:00 am but the rides are open from 10:00 until 18:00 h. This may vary depending on the time of year and dates. Check the opening times here for more information
    64.9 mi1 hr 30 min
    Hagen Open-air Museum
    16:301 hr

    Hagen Open-air Museum

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    This is a most peculiar open-air museum. It consists of workshops of craftsmen who work with ancient techniques, many of which are now forgotten. Not only do they make the artisan works, but they also explain the different processes, making the visit very educational.
    Opening hours: This museum is open from April 1st to October 31st. From Tuesday to Saturday from 9:00 - 17:30 h. Sunday from 9:00 to 18:00 h.
    For more information click here
    84.8 mi1 hr 40 min
    Parkhaus & Tiefgarage L&T
    19:101 min

    Parkhaus & Tiefgarage L&T

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    Osnabrück has a beautiful historic city centre and you will be able to see it while walking to the restaurant where you will have dinner, which is located in the most beautiful and lively area of the city.
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    ALEX Osnabrück
    19:201 hr 30 min

    ALEX Osnabrück

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    A very central restaurant full of exquisite dining options. You will enjoy a relaxed atmosphere ideal to close this exciting trip.
    Open from: Monday to Thursday: 8:30 - 23:00 hs. Friday to Saturday: 8:30 - 01:00 hs. Sunday: 09:00 - 22:00 hs.
    For reservations click here
    0.1 mi5 min
    Parkhaus & Tiefgarage L&T
    20:551 min

    Parkhaus & Tiefgarage L&T

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    There is still one last road section to go before you return to Bremen. It has been a very intense journey and certainly full of memorable moments.
    Thank you for choosing this route!
    75.8 mi1 hr 30 min
    22:40

    Bremen

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