B&B Hotel Mainz

Nikolaus Kopernikus Strasse 23, Mainz, Rhineland-Palatinate, 55129, Germany
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In front of the Landeshauptstadt Grosse HausIn front of the Landeshauptstadt Grosse Haus

Christ ChurchChrist Church

Downtown Streets in MainzDowntown Streets in Mainz

Old Column in Market SquareOld Column in Market Square

Forum Posts

Travel by train from Mainz to Automechanika Frankfurt

by Zoid

Hello!

I am visiting Automechanika from 16 - 19 Sept. Managed to get a few rooms at Mainzerhof Hotel Mainz.

Appreciate very much if anyone can advise most convenient way to commute between the hotel and Automechanika exhibition halls. One of my traveling business partner is age 75, any special rates from DB?

Thanks!

Re: Travel by train from Mainz to Automechanika Frankfurt

by abalada

DB timetable
http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en
From: [Address] Mainz, Kaiserstr. 89
To: [Station/Stop] Frankfurt(Main)Messe
To: [Station/Stop] Festhalle/Messe, Frankfurt am Main
and select as means of transport "only local transport".

Frankfurt(Main)Messe is a S-Bahn stop in the mid of the fair grounds. Festhalle/Messe an U-Bahn stop at the main entrance to the fair grounds.

Public transport is covered by your admission tickets. You can use any connection coming up for the above explained query.

Re: Travel by train from Mainz to Automechanika Frankfurt

by abalada

Admission ticket = local public-transport ticket
http://automechanika.messefrankfurt.com/frankfurt/en/messebesuch_eintritt.html

Travel Tips for Mainz

Just walk throught the...

by mauro_pd

Just walk throught the downtown ... OK, I was there during the World Cup 2002 ... and it was the day Germnany defeated Saudi Arabia 8-0 ... let me say the fondest memory is this always shouting german-footbal-fans packed into pubs & bars to watch the match :-)

Carnival In Mainz

by tessy

Don't miss to visit Mainz at carnival! There are lots of parades, the biggest one on Rosenmontag - the canival's monday! On Schillerplatz you find the carnival's fountain - in the form of a fool's tower!

Mainspitze

by Nemorino

That little point of land with the blue sign on it is where the Main River (pronounced more or less like the English word mine, have I mentioned that before?) empties into the Rhine.

I took this photo from the railroad bridge that crosses the Rhine from Mainz, the capital of Rhineland-Pfalz, over into Hessen.

There is a very narrow walkway along the edge of the bridge, with a sign asking cyclists to dismount if they encounter other users.

On a nice day you definitely will encounter other users. Some people seem to jog back and forth several times a day because the view and the fresh air are so great up there.

The path is fenced in, so you can't really fall off, but it is still quite high up and not the place for someone with illyngophobic tendencies.

The Mainspitze itself can only be reached on foot or by bicycle. There's a parking lot a few hundred meters away, but you'll have to hoof it from there.

Beer

by tessy about Eisgrub-Braeu

We didn't have the time to go there, I spent only one day in Mainz. But I was told, that it is a great brewery. Next time, I'll visit, for sure! I was very surprised that there were lots of people sitting already in the early morning. Just go there and taste!

Middle foyer of the State Theater

by Nemorino

Here is the recently renovated middle foyer, where you can have a drink and stretch your legs during the intermission at the State Theater in Mainz.

The big controversy involving the State Theater this past year was whether the orchestra would survive or not. The state government had plans to disband it or merge it with an orchestra in Ludwigshafen, which would have amounted to more or less the same thing. After public protests it now seems that the orchestra will survive, but will probably be reorganized and reduced in size.

The General Music Director, Catherine Rückwardt, used to be a conductor at the Frankfurt Opera (Kapellmeisterin), and I am proud to say she was a guest one evening at one of my opera courses during that time. She is one of the few women in Germany to hold such a post, another being the young American conductor Karen Kamensek, who is General Music Director in Freiburg.

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