A parade of barges along the Rhine pass by Mainz' grassy riverfront promenade – a great spot for a cycle, stroll or picnic.
Tourist Office Walking Tours
Informative guides take you on 45-minute walking tours of the city departing from the tourist office.
In the Schatzkammer , you can see bejewelled ritual objects from as far back as the 10th century (English-language pamphlet available).
A candle-lit basement watering hole – Irish owned and staffed – with open-mic nights on Sunday and Tuesday, karaoke on Monday, Wednesday...
Widely believed to serve Mainz’ finest steaks (from Argentina) and lamb chops (from New Zealand), as well as desserts like crispy, flaky...
Kleine Weissgasse 12 · interesting places nearby
This would be just another Gothic church rebuilt after WWII were it not for the nine brilliant-blue, stained-glass windows created by the Russian-Jewish artist Marc Chagall (1887–1985) in the final years of his life, which serve as a symbol of Jewish–Christian reconciliation.