Living in Trier
Discover your new home
Germany's oldest city is looking forward to meeting you! Information about the history of Trier and about living and working here can be found on the website of the City of Trierespecially the section New in Trier gives you helpful tips. And of course the official city map.On the website of Uni, university and the Studiwerk you will also find helpful information about student life on campus and in the city.
Your perfect study booth!
Would you like to live in student accommodation, have your own apartment or prefer to move into a shared flat? In Trier you will find a large selection of offers at reasonable prices.The Studiwerk maintains seven halls of residencemainly with single apartments and "all-inclusive" rental prices. For stress-free planning and to secure the studios of your choice, you should quickly complete the online application quickly.For apartment offers from private landlords in Trier and the region, visit the relevant websites.Once you arrive in Trier, you must register at the Trier Citizens' Registration Office and register your place of residence. At meldebox.de you will find tips tailored to students to make your move as stress-free as possible.
Always something going on in Trier
In the charming old town of Trier, on the banks of the Moselle or in the region, there are many places of interest to discover. You can find out how many concerts, exhibitions, theater performances, markets and events are taking place in the event calendars of the city of Trier, the Unithe university and the Studiwerk. You should not miss the Trier Old Town Festivalwhich always takes place on the last weekend in June. Trier's city center is then transformed into a huge party mile with many large and small stages with live music and numerous gastronomic offerings.
Delicious treats for your palate
In the four canteens and five cafeterias and bistros of the Studiwerk Trier you can get varied, healthy and affordable food. Vegan and regional dishes are just as much a part of the offer as the burger you can put together yourself at the burger generator. The current menu is of course available online.
In addition, there are of course numerous restaurants and cafés in the city of Trier to suit all tastes and budgets. Particularly popular are the long-established student pubs in the old town or the restaurants with a view of the Moselle on the banks of the Zurlauben river.
Go for it - in Trier!
Trier is also extremely diverse when it comes to sport. The university sports club offers you a large selection of classic and trendy sports as well as a fitness studio, outdoor fitness facilities and a running trail.Of course, various sports clubs also offer you the opportunity to practice your favorite sport in Trier. But even without joining a group, you will find great places and opportunities to be active in Trier.Would you rather watch sport? Our city is home to the Gladiators Trier basketball team, a long-standing Bundesliga team that plays its home games in the 7,500-capacity Trier Arena Arena Trier. Soccer fans gather for Eintracht Trier matches in the Mosel Stadium.