Join the first backgammon tournament in Germany's oldest city!

Already 16 B.C. the originally called "Augusta Treverorum" was founded by the Romans. Today, the amazingly well-preserved Roman and medieval monuments are UNESCO World Heritage Sites and are the ideal venue for one of the oldest board games in the world.

The idyllic yet modern city at the Moselle has much to offer. Numerous exclusive shops, restaurants, impressive wine tastings and much more are waiting for you and and your wife or family!

Find out what Trier has to offer:
www.trier-info.de

The tournament itself takes place in the premises of the company Hess, Karl-Marx-Straße 62 in Trier, Germany.

How to come to Trier

By car

For all participants of the backgammon tournament parking spaces are reserved at the venue in Karl-Marx-Straße 62, 54290 Trier.

By train

From Trier main station you can take the bus lines 3 or 5 in the direction "Feyen" until the stop "Porta Nigra", from there you take line 1 in the direction "Euren" to the stop "Feldstraße". From there it is just a 100 meters walk. A taxi from the central station to the venue is about 10 €.
A taxi from the central station to the venue is about 10 €.

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By plane

The nearest airports are Luxembourg (about 45 minutes drive) and Frankfurt / Hahn (about 1 hour drive). There are also regular and direct bus connections from Frankfurt / Main airport to the main station in Trier.

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