TOP 18 Things to do in Mainz + Travel tips

In this Mainz travel guide I’ll tell you the 18 best Mainz sights with map as well as the most important travel tips for the foolish city on the Rhine and home of the “Mainzgefühl” – “Mainz feeling”.

You don’t want to miss any Mainz sights and highlights during your trip to Rhineland-Palatinate? Then JOURNICATION is the right place for you! With the BIG5 checklists, a map with all Mainz highlights and my personal experience report with the best activities, photo spots and insider tips in Mainz you are well prepared. You will see that there are many more sights to discover in Mainz than just the Fastnachtsbrunnen, the Mainz Cathedral, the Schillerplatz and the market breakfast. So you are well prepared for a trip to Mainz in 2022!

What do you learn in this article?

Checklist of the 18 best Things to do in Mainz

Here you have an overview of the 18 highlights in Mainz, so to speak your personal Mainz Bucket List to check off. This way you can make sure that you don’t miss any of the best things to do in Mainz during your city trip.

  1. Carnival Fountain – Fastnachtsbrunnen
  2. Mainz Cathedral St. Martin
  3. Market place with Heunensäule
  4. Gutenberg Museum
  5. Augustinian Street
  6. Cherry Orchard – Kirschgarten
  7. Mainz Citadel
  8. Christ Church
  9. Electoral Palace
  10. Temple for Isis & Mater Magna
  11. Chagall windows of St. Stephen’s Church
  12. Kupferberg Terraces & Museum
  13. Roman stones
  14. Zollhafen
  15. Drusus Stone
  16. Roman Theater
  17. Old Jewish cemetery
  18. City park

 

View of the Mainz Rhine bank from the Theodor Heuss Bridge

View of the Mainz Rhine bank from the Theodor Heuss Bridge

#1 Things to do in Mainz: Fastnachtsbrunnen at Schillerplatz

The Carnival culture and Rhenish cheerfulness are deeply rooted in Mainz’s identity. So who would be surprised to see a large fountain dedicated to this theme on one of the central squares in the city center?

The 9-meter high Fastnachtsbrunnen on Schillerplatz is a true highlight in Mainz. Framed by a great ensemble of trees, flowerbeds and old houses, the fountain is a popular photo motif. The Osteiner Hof – an electoral palace from the 18th century – stands out in particular.

Schillerplatz with carnival fountain

Schillerplatz with Fastnachtsbrunnen (Carnival fountain)

 

Around 235 figures represent the Mainz carnival at the fountain. You could spend hours here if you wanted to look at all the figures in peace. Can you find, for example, Till Eulenspiegel, Father Rhine, the “man with the board in front of his head” or the city goddess Moguntia?

Things to do in Mainz Germany highlights one day travel tips hotel recommendation: The famous Mainz carnival fountain

The famous Mainz Fastnachtsbrunnen (Carnival fountain)

#2 Mainz Cathedral St. Martin

The Mainz Cathedral is called in its long form “the High Cathedral of St. Martin in Mainz”.

You can see the massive building made of deep red sandstone with its octagonal tower from almost everywhere in the city. Today’s seat of the Catholic diocese of Mainz is one of the great imperial cathedrals.

Although construction started in the 10th century, many elements in different architectural styles were added over time.

The Mainz Cathedral can be visited free of charge.

Yes we all live, in the shadow of the cathedral - the Mainz Cathedral

Yes we all live, in the shadow of the cathedral – the Mainz Cathedral

#3 Things to do in Mainz: Marketplace with Heunensäule

“Yes we live, in the shadow of the cathedral…” is a popular song in Mainz, and not just on Carnival Monday. And this is exactly where the marketplace is located: in the shadow of the mighty cathedral. And that’s not the only thing that makes the square so worth seeing: Numerous old houses round off the picture.

Highlights on the Mainz market square are the mighty Heunensäule made of sandstone and the playfully decorated Renaissance fountain.

You have a particularly beautiful view from the balcony of one of the adjacent cafés.

Even today, a large market takes place here several times a week, where local residents go shopping.

The famous Mainzer Marktfrühstück (market breakfast) – especially popular with the city’s young people – takes place across Liebfrauenplatz every Saturday.

Things to do in Mainz Germany highlights one day travel tips hotel recommendation: Mainz market square with the historic Heunensäule column

Mainz market square with the historic Heunensäule column

#4 Things to do in Mainz: Gutenberg Museum

Of course, an entire museum dedicated to the city’s most famous son is not to be missed: In honor of Johannes Gutenberg, the inventor of letterpress printing.

It is the oldest printing museum in the world. It is located directly “in the shadow of the cathedral” on Liebfrauenplatz.

Gutenberg’s workshop has also been reconstructed in the museum. Here, the printing process used at that time is demonstrated on a daily basis.

The Gutenberg Museum in Mainz also exhibits two copies of the original “Gutenberg Bible”. They date from the middle of the 15th century.

The Gutenberg Bibles are the oldest books ever printed with movable type.

The Gutenberg Museum during the Mainz Market Breakfast

The Gutenberg Museum during the Mainz Market Breakfast

#5 Augustinian Street

Augustinerstraße is the central alley in Mainz’s old town. Here you walk relaxed over cobblestones from the cathedral to the Hopfengarten. On the way, you pass Mainz highlights such as the Kirchgarten, the Augustinerkirche and many neat historic houses. The street, which is about 270 meters long, is today completely considered a decmal zone. Pleasant for your walk: cars are not allowed to drive here!

Don’t forget to turn around in between: Near the Kirschgarten you have a great view of the cathedral and the old wine house “Zum Spiegel”.

In Augustinerstraße you will find mainly small stores, restaurants and cafés.

Augustinergasse and Augustinerkirche in the Old Town

Augustinergasse and Augustinerkirche in the Old Town

#6 Things to do in Mainz: Kirschgarten

What is the most beautiful place in Mainz? From my point of view, the Kirschgarten in Mainz’s old town. With its magnificent historic half-timbered houses, the small square not far from the cathedral is one of the most popular photo motifs in the city.

The square has existed with this name since 1329 – incredible, isn’t it? It used to be a closed square with only one passage to Augustinerstraße.

Worth seeing at the church garden are the house “Zum Aschaffenberg” as the oldest half-timbered house of Mainz (from about 1500) and an ancient, almost petrified tree stump.

Things to do in Mainz Germany highlights one day travel tips hotel recommendation: The Kirschgarten is one of the most beautiful places in Mainz

The Kirschgarten is one of the most beautiful places in Mainz

#7 Things to do in Mainz: The Citadel

The citadel of Mainz was part of the city’s extensive fortifications.

In its current form, construction began around 1660 on the Jakobsberg. The fortress with its 4 bastions is one of the largest fortifications of its kind in Rhineland-Palatinate.

From the citadel you have a great view over the whole city and the Roman theater. The best places are high up on the ramparts in the “forest”. Yes, at the top it is a bit overgrown.

Things to do in Mainz Germany highlights one day travel tips hotel recommendation: From the top of the citadel you have a super view

From the top of the citadel you have a super view

 

Today, the inner courtyard of the Citadel is used for major concerts and a wide range of cultural events.

The entrance of the Mainz Citadel

The entrance of the Mainz Citadel

#8 Mainz Highlights: Church of Christ

The Christuskirche (Church of Christ) plays an important role in the cityscape of Mainz. It was built at the end of the 19th century and consecrated in 1903. With a height of 80 meters, the church stands out from the sea of houses in Mainz – like Mainz Cathedral. In fact, as a Protestant church, it is meant to be a visual counterweight to the Catholic cathedral.

With its High Renaissance style, the Christuskirche is somewhat reminiscent of Italian churches and cathedrals. Especially from the parks of the double Kaiserstraße or the side streets, the Christuskirche with its mighty dome is a popular photo motif in Mainz.

Worth seeing inside is especially the organ with 44 stops.

Things to do in Mainz Germany highlights one day travel tips hotel recommendation: The Lutheran Christuskirche in the style of the Italian High Renaissance

The Lutheran Christuskirche in the style of the Italian High Renaissance

#9 Things to do in Mainz: Electoral Palace

The large electoral palace made of dark red Main sandstone was built as a city residence for the archbishops of Mainz near the banks of the Rhine.

Construction began as early as the 15th century. As a result of various acts of war, there were repeated delays.

The Electoral Palace of Mainz still hosts important social events. In well-sounding rooms such as the Gewölbesaal, Mozartsaal or Spiegelsaal. Not only the famous television carnival session “Mainz bleibt Mainz, wie es singt und lacht” (Mainz remains Mainz, as it sings and laughs) takes place here.

Parts are used as museums, such as the east wing for the Roman-Germanic Central Museum. The halls of the castle can also be booked as event locations.

Things to do in Mainz Germany highlights one day travel tips hotel recommendation: The Electoral Palace in Mainz made of red Main sandstone

The Electoral Palace in Mainz made of red Main sandstone

#10 Temple for Isis & Mater Magna

During excavation work for today’s “Römerpassage” shopping center, the remains of this temple complex were discovered in 1999. The excavation site is unique in Germany. Nowhere else are there remains of an Isis temple to visit.

In the first century A.D. the cult customs for the worship of the goddess Isis (-> Egypt) and Mater Magna (-> Asia Minor) came to the Rhine from the eastern Roman provinces.

Today, some foundations of the temple complex as well as various finds can still be seen. These go over everyday objects over inscriptions up to various offerings. One finds an exciting spectrum, coins, animal bones, figures and much more.

The Isis and Mater Magna temple from Roman times

The Isis and Mater Magna temple from Roman times

 

Admission to the excavation site is free of charge! Only a small donation is requested.

Volunteers offer free guided tours. A Virtual Tour of the excavation site is offered on Youtube. ~

#11 Mainz Highlights: Chagall window of St. Stephen’s church

Another highlight in Mainz are the Chagall windows in St. Stephen’s Church. The parish church of St. Stephen has existed in Mainz since the year 990. This building was constantly expanded and enlarged, but also repeatedly damaged by accidents and acts of war.

The church suffered especially from the bombing raids in World War II and burned out completely. Even a demolition was under discussion. It was decided to rebuild and beautify it. The famous Jewish artist Mark Chagall was asked to design windows with biblical motifs.

In 1978 the first window was handed over to the parish. Today, 9 large windows with a combined area of 178 square meters adorn the parish church of Saint Stephen. They show – mainly in blue tones – biblical scenes.

Things to do in Mainz Germany highlights one day travel tips hotel recommendation: The famous Chagall windows in St. Stephan's church

The famous Chagall windows in St. Stephan’s church

#12 Kupferberg Terraces & Museum

On the hill of the former Roman army camp, the Kupferberg sparkling wine cellar was founded in 1850.

In 1888, new works were carried out under the main building of the Kupferberg Winery in the medieval vaulted cellars.

The dimensions of the cellars are impressive: over 7 floors there are more than 60 cellar rooms. They lie up to 50 meters below ground. This makes them the deepest champagne cellars in the world.

Guided tours for visitors are offered in the museum and the cellars. An absolutely impressive sight in Mainz! Today, the magnificent premises are a popular event location for weddings, for example. From the “Kupferbergterrassen” you have an outstanding view over the entire city center of Mainz to the Feldberg in Taunus.

View from the Kupferberg Terraces over Mainz

View from the Kupferberg Terraces over Mainz

#13 Roman stones – Römersteine

The Roman stones are one of the rather unknown things to do in Mainz. They are not located directly in the historic Old Town or near the Rhine. Nevertheless, they are an impressive testimony of the long Roman history in Mainz.

Early on, the strategically important position opposite the mouth of the Main into the Rhine was secured by a Roman army camp on the Kupferberg. This army camp was supplied with drinking water by a huge aqueduct.

Even today, one can see the remains of this historic aqueduct from the source in Mainz-Finthen to the camp – today’s Kästrich and University Hospital.

The pillars of the aqueduct were up to 30 meters (!) high, but even the “Roman stones” that remain today are impressive.

The Roman stones are the remains of a Roman aqueduct

The Roman stones are the remains of a Roman aqueduct

#14 Things to do inMainz: Zollhafen & Pandion Doxx

Zollhafen on the banks of the Rhine in Neustadt is a new urban quarter with many modern apartments and a modern marina.

Here, the site of the old customs port has been used to create new living space. The old wine warehouse with its striking loading crane is particularly worth seeing at the customs port. Especially in the dark, the wine warehouse is beautifully illuminated.

As modern highlights in Mainz, the golden shimmering “Pandion Doxx” immediately catches the eye. The new residential building was designed by the architects of the famous Cologne crane houses. Who knows, maybe it will become one of Mainz’s new landmarks in the future….

For a cool drink by the water, the beer garden “F. Minthe” is the right address. Under the big green crane, drinks of all kinds, small dishes and sand are waiting for you, where you can stretch your feet nicely.

The customs port with old wine warehouse and Pandion Doxx

The Zollhafen with old wine warehouse and Pandion Doxx

#15 Things to do in Mainz: Drususstein

The Drusus Stone is located on the grounds of the Mainz Citadel.

It is a monument to the Roman general Drusus, which his soldiers erected for him after his death in 9 BC.

It is a cenotaph, a “mock tomb,” because Drusus is not buried here. The Drusus stone, which is about 20 meters high (formerly 30 meters), has been freshly renovated and is by far one of the oldest parts of the citadel.

The Drusus stone in the citadel dates back to Roman times

The Drusus stone in the citadel dates back to Roman times

#16 Things to do in Mainz: Roman theater

The former Roman theater was discovered and uncovered below the citadel in the late 1990s.

The large theater in Roman Mogontiacum (Mainz) could seat up to 10,000 spectators!

It was the largest theater north of the Alps. The stage was 46 meters wide, the tiers have a diameter of 116 meters. Today, cultural events are always held in the Roman Theater of Mainz. In 2006, the Mainz South Station was renamed “Roman Theater”.

The remains of the Roman theater

The remains of the Roman theater

#17 Mainz Highlights: Old Jewish cemetery

Rather unknown among the sights in Mainz is the old Jewish cemetery. Despite a fairly central location near the main train station, the cemetery is somewhat off the typical tourist trail – not on the Rhine and not in the Old Town.

Next to the Holy Sand in Worms, the “Judensand” in Mainz is considered the oldest Jewish cemetery in Europe. The first documented mention dates back to 1,286.After the “new Jewish cemetery” was established near the main cemetery of Mainz, the old Jewish cemetery was converted into a memorial cemetery – unique in the world.

The old Jewish cemetery of Mainz is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2021.

 

 

#18 Things to do in Mainz: The city park

In Mainz City Park, not far from the Roman Theater and the Winter Harbor, a somewhat surprising sight awaits you: flamingos! You read that right! Flamingos. In pale to deep pink, they stalk through a small pond in the city park. Here, you immediately feel transported to faraway, exotic places.

Next door lives a small herd of goats that can be fed with food from the vending machines. A highlight for small and big children.

The spacious city park, with its large trees and neatly mowed lawns, is a great place to relax and unwind. Unlike the Rhine parks, you’ll find fewer groups here with loud music and drinking games. For refreshment, there is a beer garden in the city park.

Near the bridge over the tracks you have a great view of the towers of the railroad bridge and the Mainspitze – the mouth of the Main into the Rhine.

BIG5 Things to do in Mainz, Germany & Travel Tips

You don’t want to miss any Mainz highlights in one day? Find all travel tips and your city trip checklist for one day in Mainz here:

BIG5 Mainz – Speed Date

What should you know before your trip to Mainz? So let’s go on a speed date:

What is outstanding in Mainz?

Mainz is very diverse and has a very special flair with cozy cafes and bars in the new town and the historic old town.

What sucks in Mainz?

Partly complicated bicycle paths. Rather go on foot to explore.

What you should definitely DO in Mainz?

A relaxing drink in one of the beer gardens along the Rhine – typical Mainz would be a wine spritzer

What NOT TO DO in Mainz?

Do NOT go swimming in the Rhine! The leisurely flowing Rhine is deceptive: the current is very strong and underwater whirlpools are life-threatening.

What not to tell your mother about Mainz?

Mainz is a very student-dominated city and has accordingly many bars and pubs

BIG5 Mainz – Rapid Fire Q&A

Why does Mainz have red and blue street signs?

A special feature in Mainz is undoubtedly the colorful street signs. A red street sign in Mainz indicates that a street leads to the Rhine (or away from it). Streets with a blue sign run parallel to the Rhine.

How many days do you need for Mainz sightseeing?

One day is enough for the best sights in Mainz. If you still want to discover some insider tips and rather unknown corners, it can be more.

What is Mainz known for?

Mainz is known for its very distinct carnival culture. The city is in its element not only during the big Rosenmontags parade through the entire city or the popular television cap session “Mainz bleibt Mainz wie es singt und lacht” (Mainz remains Mainz as it sings and laughs). The Rhenish cheerfulness is also anchored in the cityscape with the carnival fountain as well as many statues and sculptures

Is Mainz an old city?

Mainz was founded by the Romans as the army camp Mogontiacum more than 2,000 years ago. The long and eventful history of the city is still witnessed by many testimonies from the Roman times, such as the Roman stones and the excavation site of the Roman Theater. For a long time Mogontiacum was the capital of the Roman province Germania superior.

Where is the best sunset in Mainz?

I have two recommendations for a great sunset in Mainz: From the Citadel with a great view over the city and the Rhine to Wiesbaden. Or from the beach in Mainz-Kastel, directly at the Theodor-Heuss-Bridge.

 

 

BIG5 Mainz – Orga

What is the best travel time for Mainz?

The best time to travel to Mainz is May to September. During this time you can expect pleasantly warm temperatures and little precipitation.

How to get to Mainz?

Do you need a visa for Mainz, Germany? 

Visa: Check here whether you need a visa for Germany with your passport

  • Flight: The nearest airport is Frankfurt International Airport (IATA: FRA). You can reach Mainz by train in about 30 minutes.
  • Bus: Due to its good location near Frankfurt, Mainz is well connected to the long-distance bus network. There are many connections.

Next it goes to … Koblenz, Cologne, Frankfurt or to the romantic Middle Rhine

What is the Price Level / Budget for Mainz?

  • What is the currency in Germany? The currency in Germany is the Euro (EUR).

Withdraw money:  You can find ATMs everywhere in the city, especially in the center. Therefore, withdrawing money in Mainz is no problem at all. To save money when traveling, you should use a credit card that does NOT charge additional fees abroad. I have been using the free DKB VISA credit card for many years.

Beer indicator: In beer gardens with special location, the price is now over 5 euros for 0.5 liters, in the city center it is usually cheaper

What is the Taxi fare in Mainz?  The basic fee is 3,60 Euro, at the beginning 2,50 Euro per kilometer, from the 5th kilometer 1,80 Euro

Cost for public transport: The one-way ticket of the MVG costs for adults 3,00 Euro

Do you need a travel adapter plug for Mainz, Germany?

In Germany, F sockets are used with a voltage of 230 V with a voltage of 50 Hertz.

Do you need a travel adapterfor the sockets in Germany? Then I can recommend you SKROSS Pro World travel adapter, which I myself have in my luggage for some time:

What are the best Restaurants, Bars & Cafés in Mainz?

Restaurants:

  • Weinstube Roter Kopf (Rotekopfgasse 4, 55116 Mainz) – typical rustic Mainz wine tavern
  • Die Waffel (Lotharstraße 24, 55116 Main) – delicious Afghan cuisine
  • Im Herzen Afrikas (Gaustraße 38, 55116 Mainz) – authentic East African dishes in a great ambience
  • El Burro (Dominikanerstraße 2, 55116 Mainz) – Mexican cuisine and cocktails in the heart of the city center

Cafes:

  • Annabatterie (Gartenfeldpl. 2, 55118 Mainz) – typical Mainzer Neustadt café with world-class homemade cake.
  • Dicke Lilli, gutes Kind (Breidenbacherstraße 9, 55116 Mainz) – cozy café on Gaustraße near Schillerplatz
  • Lille Hus (Heiliggrabgasse 12, 55116 Mainz) – coffee specialties and Nordic pastries near Kirschgarten
  • Wilma Wunder (Markt 11, 55116 Mainz) – great seating right on the market square, view over the square and the cathedral from the balcony

Bars:

  • Spiritus (Neutorstraße 5, 55116 Mainz) – outstanding self-created cocktails for every taste.

Beer gardens: 

  • F. Minthe (Am Getreidespeicher 12, 55120 Mainz) – great sunset at customs harbor with feet in sand and old industrial crane

BIG5 Mainz – The must do Activities

What activities should you not miss in Mainz in any case? Here are my BIG5:

  • Admire the detailed figures of the carnival fountain
  • Climb the Mainz Citadel for history and great views
  • Stroll the cobblestone streets of the old town with lots of historic flair and great half-timbered houses
  • Learn all about the groundbreaking invention of Mainz’s most famous son at the Gutenberg Museum
  • Marvel at the deep (sparkling) wine cellars beneath the Kupferberg Terraces
  • Special activity on Saturday: The Mainz Market Breakfast (“Marktfrühstück”) attracts countless visitors to the cathedral and market square in the morning. Young and old enjoy the wine and the delicacies from the market.

BIG5 Mainz – The best Photo spots

You may wondering about the best photo locations to take pictures for Instagram or your holiday album. Here we go:

  • The Chagall windows in St. Stephen’s
  • The old half-timbered houses of the Kirschgarten in the Old Town
  • Christuskirche from the parks of the Kaiserstraße
  • From the citadel to the city center
  • Theodor-Heuss-Bridge and Mainz in the sunset

 

 

BIG5 Mainz – Insider Tips / Things to do off the beaten track

  • The Roman stones in the Zahlbach valley – remains of a huge aqueduct (water conduit) with once up to 30 meters (!) high columns.
  • Waterfall at the green bridge – close your eyes for a moment and dream yourself into far exotic countries
  • Marvel at the ancient tombs of the old Jewish cemetery – since 2021 UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Temple of Isis and Mater Magna in the catacombs of the Römerpassage
  • Walk along the “Mainzer Sand” through a large dune landscape! Not at the North Sea, but in Rheinhessen!

BIG5 Mainz – Communication

What language do you speak in Mainz?

In Mainz, Germany you speak German with Rhine-hessian dialect.

Here are the BIG5 words for basic friendly communication in the local language:

  • thank you – danke
  • yes – jo
  • no – nee
  • hello – Gude
  • goodbye – Adschee (vom französischen “adieu”)

BIG5 Mainz – Culinary Journey: What to eat in Mainz?

  • “Weck, Worscht & Woi” – the classic trio in Mainz: bread rolls with meat sausage and Rhine-Hessian wine
  • Meenzer Spundekäs’ mit Brezelcher – fresh cheese speciality similar to Bavarian Obazdas
  • Handkäs’ mit Mussig – very protein-rich hand cheese dressed with oil, caraway seeds and onions (which then cause “the music” during digestion)
  • Quellmänner with Leberworscht – boiled potatoes, cut open and stuffed with liver sausage
  • Mainzer Schinken – already known in the 16th century beyond the country’s borders as “Jambon de Mayence”, very spicy ham

Extra tip: “Mainz am Wein” is an absolute wine town. So here you should taste at least one of the local drops. A “Schoppe” here means half a liter of wine, a “Halwe” (Schoppe) accordingly a quarter of a liter.

BIG5 Mainz – Helpful Websites / Links

  • More about the Roman history of Mainz can be found on the website of Römisches Mainz
  • You don’t want to take care of everything yourself? Just enjoy your vacation and still not miss the best things to do in Mainz? No problem, great tours and excursions are offered on site:

 

The traffic lights in the Mainz city center show the popular Mainzelmännchen

The traffic lights in the Mainz city center show the popular Mainzelmännchen

 

  • As an additional source of inspiration for the shore excursion or city trip to Mainz and whole Germany I recommend the the Essentials with all Germany highlights:

 

What are the best day trips from Mainz?

There are so many things to do in Mainz and the region – easily too much for one day.

If you have more than one day in Mainz, you should take a day trip to Frankfurt, Heidelberg, the Rheingau or the romantic Middle Rhine Valley.

Mainz is also a good starting point for day trips in the region or tours throughout Germany.

 

The 18 best Things to do in Mainz 🇩🇪

Once again summarizing the Mainz Highlights for you at a glance:

  1. Carnival Fountain – Fastnachtsbrunnen
  2. Mainz Cathedral St. Martin
  3. Market place with Heunensäule
  4. Gutenberg Museum
  5. Augustinian Street
  6. Cherry Orchard – Kirschgarten
  7. Mainz Citadel
  8. Christ Church
  9. Electoral Palace
  10. Temple for Isis & Mater Magna
  11. Chagall windows of St. Stephen’s Church
  12. Kupferberg Terraces & Museum
  13. Roman stones
  14. Zollhafen
  15. Drusus Stone
  16. Roman Theater
  17. Old Jewish cemetery
  18. City park

 

Now you know the 18 best Mainz sights and see what a great destination Mainz is. Are Mainz with the Fastnachtsbrunnen, the Chagall Windows and the Mainz Cathedral now on your bucket list? What do you find particularly exciting?

 

If you want to know more about Mainz attractions, have your own suggestions or need more info, feel free to let me know via message or in the comments.

 

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