Hotels and accommodation in Mainz, Germany

Hotels and accommodation in Mainz, Germany

09. Juni 2022, 10. Juni 2022,
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What is there for you to discover in Mainz?

Mainz is joie de vivre, culture and joy on the Rhine! Around Mainz there are numerous wineries and cozy wine taverns. The city itself looks back on a rich past that dates back to Roman settlement.

Mainz is the capital of the state of Rhineland-Palatinate and, with about 250,000 inhabitants, the largest city in the state. Mainz is world famous as the seat of the Johannes Gutenberg University and as the stronghold of the Rhenish carnival. All these are already great reasons to visit the city of Mainz!

Mainz's city center is still marked by the city's medieval and early modern heritage. The many winding alleys around the Augustinerstraßen will make you revel and the charming half-timbered houses of Mainz complete the historic cityscape of the municipality.


Especially in the city center, you will discover small, charming city hotels and accommodations with a historical flair, which are the ideal starting point for city tours and day trips along the Rhine. Bike tours through the tree-lined avenue along the Rhine promenade are popular.

Cultural travelers can marvel at the city's historic monuments and cultural buildings in the Romantic and Gothic styles. And there is more to discover, such as the Electoral Palace, the Gutenberg Museum, Schillerplatz, the Roman Theater Mainz or the Schönborner Hof.

Mainz - Germany's wine capital on the banks of the Rhine

Mainz has a lot to offer, including the almost five and a half kilometer long Mainz Rhine promenade. Here you will quickly feel a Mediterranean flair when you make yourself comfortable along the promenade after a bike tour or a walk.

Grab a deck chair in one of the beach bars or take a seat on one of the sunbathing lawns and enjoy the idyllic sunset on the banks of the Rhine with a glass of wine.

And the culinary scene continues: Mainz is the wine capital of Germany and, with around 26,000 hectares, the largest wine-growing region in the Federal Republic. In the city's quaint wine taverns, fine wines are served with regional specialties - here you will truly get to know the cozy, convivial and hearty Mainz way of life. Here's to your health!


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