City Hotel Neubrunnenhof

Grosse Bleiche 26, Mainz, Rhineland-Palatinate, 55116, Germany
City Hotel Neubrunnenhof
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Baby shops in Mainz

by Wandawits

To all moms in Mainz, maybe you can give me tips or suggestions where to buy things for newborn. I've been trying to find for Avent (BPA free) feeding bottles but to no avail. Is there any store or shop in Mainz or Frankfurt that sells this brand? The last time i went there, i saw an Apotheke, (but didn't get exactly the name) selling Avent but wasn't able to check what line of products are available. Thanks in advance!

Re: Baby shops in Mainz

by Turtleshell

Avent is available in Germany, but according at least one consumer report magazine, they do not provide the best product:
http://www.oekotest.de/payment/oekotest/000/30477.pdf (PDF file)

Testergebnis Babyflasche und Sauger = Results for bottle and nipple
Testergebnis Verpackung = Result for package
sehr gut = very good
gut = good
Glasflasche = glas bottle

A Mapa feeding bottle should be available everywhere, including Karstadt, Ludwigsstr. 12, 55116 Mainz.

Re: Baby shops in Mainz

by Wandawits

Thanks. Would anyone know the nearest Toys R Us location in Mainz? I've heard it's just beside IKEA shop. Do they sell complete range of baby items there?

Travel Tips for Mainz

Gutenberg Statue (1837)

by yooperprof

It was the French Emperor Napoleon who ordered the creation of a square dedicated to the memory of Gutenberg in the early 1800s. A few decades later, the citizens of Mainz commissioned the prominent Danish sculptor Berthel Thorwaldsen to create this prominent (larger than life) statue that adorns the square.

Just one peculiar detail - Thorwaldsen portrayed Gutenberg with a biblical (Mosaic?) beard, whereas in the 15th century, contemporary fashions would almost certainly would have meant that a prominent citizen like Gutenberg wouldn't have kept any hair on his face!

Do you speak English ?

by Stevo_Jess

One of the main concerns we had in Germany especially Mainz is if anyone there can speak English. We had thought that only German are spoken outside the Main Cities.

We were wrong. If you speak to them slowly and clearly, you will find that most Germans speak fairly good english. We tried asking for directions from some old Germans but though they could not reply clearly in English, we got them to draw us directions. Hey everyone understands diagrams !

Basically Mainz Germans are really really nice and extremely friendly ! Be kind and your kindness will be recipocrated !

If you're in Mainz for more...

by Kristina1701

If you're in Mainz for more than just a day I recommend to visit Bingen, a small town about 15 minutes by car from Mainz. Its landmark is the so-called 'Mäuseturm' which you can see in the picture. Furthermore there's a really nice castle called 'Burg Klopp'. For more information visit the homepage of Bingen at: http://www.bingen.de

Best icecream in Mainz

by merak about Caffé e gelato

In Winter you can find some Brezel- designs at this stand.

If you were disappointed by ice creams you found in Germany, give it a last chance and try it from this one. I could reccomend you nut sorts (Mozart, Bacio, Walnuss), lemon, Himbeere and strawberry (until available from not too far). I think I never ate a better pistaccio icecream in Germany- or nowhere else! But it's not longer that good. The prices are the best: 70 cent for a big ball in a very good wafer.
You can get a coffee for 70 cent at Nordsee inside the station building. pistaccio icecream

CHEAPEST COFFEE IN TOWN! 70 cent at NORDSEE, INSIDE THE STATION BUILDING- but apparently only there. Care for environment and order it in a Tasse (ceramic) to drink it there.

Really, we should not accept prices above 1 Euro for a cup of coffee.

St. Martin's Cathedral

by Ewingjr98

St Martin's cathedral is considered Germany's second most important catholic church, with Cologne's Dom being first. Originally a Roman-style basilica, built in 975 AD, the church reached its current form in the 13th and 14th Centuries. The oldest part of the church is the crypt, dating back to the origins of the structure, over 1000 years ago.

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