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Treviris Reisemobile Stellplatze
Authorised motorhome service point and night stop
|Trier, Rheinland-Pfalz + Saarland, Germany, 54293|
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Parking 18:00 - 10:00 : 9€
Une heure 10:00 - 18:00 : 0,20 €
Electricity : 0,70 €/kW
Water 10 litres : 0,l0 €
Shower 3 minutes : 1 €
128m above sea level
Unit types accepted
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Easy with a 9 meter motorhome, you can fit in whatever your size plus some had car trailers on back. I suppose the only reason you would stay here is to visit the city, we found it to be a 30 minute walk. We loaded our entry card with 10 euros at wooden hut and waved it at our ehu pole after selecting our plug number and each time you wave it money is added to your ehc . You can check whats left on your ehu by pressing your number, on leaving press the button on ehu to credit it back to your entry card , then go and pay for your stay as leaving and the balance will be taken off your stay. Pay remainder and get card back to exitView all reviews by clairemike
We have used aires/camperstops for around 6 years and I loved this simple system for entry/water/elec just wished the machine took debit/credit cards!View all reviews by awesomerin
Be warned that the descriptions regarding the walk to town and the roman ruins are inaccurate on the other reviews, it took us around 30-40 mins just to reach the 1st ‘Barbara Baths’ not very impressive unfortunately coming from UK and we live very near an impressive Roman walled city, not worth the venture with 2 very little ones. Ok city centre, found a nice cafe with outdoor seating (we take the dog evrywhere) nice kaffee & kuchen ????
We found the entry system OK - but ended up with 2 cards through our own impatience. just give the machine time, it takes longer than your average multi storey to issue your card. loading money is easy - the machine at the hut offers English instructions. Once you've put money on the card you connect your electric cable, select which number socket you're using, then wave the card at the reader like contactless payments. One beep adds 70cents. Repeat for more.View all reviews by flea
Trier is fascinating.
June 2018 Stellplatze right on the Moselle river. €10.50 per night. Take plastic card as you enter, then load it with money to use the facilites, you get any remaining refunded. If you want to just stay and not use any facilities, then you need not load the card, but pay at the machine near the small cabin as you are set to leave. Has toilets, showers and disposal points. Would definitely use again. Sat Nav 49°44′23.6″N 06°37′29.03″EView all reviews by BettyBolero
Good place to go for Trier, longish walk in to town, but buses go from the nearby bridge . Good free toilets.View all reviews by bognormike
If you are not familiar with it you are faced with a confusing entry system. Basically you just press a button and get a card issued but trying to understand the pictograms I was attempting to put my bank card in the slot. A helpful camper put me right.View all reviews by jimcampbell
Confusing comments in other reviews on here concerning costs.
It is €9.20 basic overnight from 18.00 to 10.00. It is then additional 20c per hour or part to 18.00 again.
I endorse other comments made on here.
Unimpressive entrance but stellplatz itself ok. Some level concrete/gravel pitches, may need ramps on some. Good location for visiting Trier, walk along riverside path took about 30 minutes. We only used toilets and no other facilities but are showers (3) and electric hookups. We noticed that long electric cables might be needed to hook up from some pitches. Price has increased and is now 10.60€ a night and worth noting that this must be paid in cash on exit.View all reviews by hilaryann
update on price ,its now €9.20 for 24hrsView all reviews by rebbyvid
Great for the visit to the city bus at the end of site. Good showers and toilets. Bit of a car park but thats ok. Food next door at the camp site.View all reviews by johnrey
A large aire using a pre loaded card system charging for parking, water, wifi, use of toilets and elec. Got a nice spot by river Mosel. 15 min walk into town for the Porta Nigga (black gate) and the lovely town. Can't comment on the facilities as we used our own, but I witnessed the mis-use of the chemical waste...not pleasant, but still a good location for seeing TrierView all reviews by teaboat1973
As mentioned above re location and payment card. We found it simpleView all reviews by steve101
to use and it should be used in more places. It's a great location for a city visit. Lots of room for all sizes. There is a busy road nearby but the sound does not travel too much to be a problem.
Agree with previous review. Site in good location for visiting Trier and all it's interesting Roman antiquities etc which are easily reached by bike (Trier is very cycle friendly). When you arrive at the site you press a button by the barrier and a plastic card pops out and the barrier lifts. You park up and then take the card to the wooden building where there is a machine where you load money onto the card to pay for electricity, showers etc, any unused money is refunded when you leave (instructions are in English as well). There are 2 shower rooms (each with toilet and sink), as shown in photos and hot water costs €3. There are also 3 very clean toilets. Current cost is €9.60 for 24hrs, €8 overnight (1800hrs to 1000hrs) and 20 cents per hour before and after.View all reviews by ditom
Entrance is via a barrier which is operated by a ticket that yiu buy.View all reviews by gwade
The site is near to the town centre, and the facilities are clean but limited, 3 toilets I think.
The site is at the side of a busy road, but not too noisy.
Trier is a fabulous town for Roman buildings, the ports nigra, and the amphitheatre are wonderful
Plenty of room for larger units
Large stellplatze alongside the Moselle river on the opposite bank to Trier. Plenty of space even for the largest MH all on hardstanding.View all reviews by admin
Barriered entrance with a complicated payment system. You have to buy a card and load it with money (cash only if I remember) to use the facilites, you get any remaining refunded.
Trier has many roman sites worth visiting including the Porta Nigra and the ampitheatre.
No views to speak of on the site. Majority of shops are closed on Sunday.