Hotel Am Roemerwall

Roemerwall 51-55, Mainz, Rhineland-Palatinate, 55131, Germany
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Forum Posts

Rhine River Boat Tours

by sor62

I will be purchasing a German Rail Pass and I can use it for travelling on the KD rhine river boats. Do I need to make reservations or will I just have to take
a chance that the boat will be full. How busy are the boats during July? According to Rick Steves there's no need to make reservations as the boats are never full.

Re: Rhine River Boat Tours

by abalada

Pretty theoretical thoughts if you need to reserve or not.
You just cannot reserve with KD at all.
I've never heard about passengers had to be returned because of a full boat.

Re: Rhine River Boat Tours

by oldguy472003

We used them in Sept last year. All we did was present our passes to the booth at the ferry landing. I think we went there an hour or so before the boat sailed and then wandered the town for a while but I don't recall any required time limit as far as checking in in advance. At that time the boat had plenty of room and we had a nice dinner on board in the evening.

Travel Tips for Mainz

Rhein - Rhine River

by Kristina1701

If you visit Mainz in summer it might be a nice idea to go for a stroll at the Rhine River. The best way to get there from the city center is from the city hall I'd say, which is located at the "Brand", next to the Hilton hotel and the "Rheingold Halle". From there you'll already have a great view over the river too (see picture). Then walk in the direction of the Hilton hotel and after a few meters you'll see some red buildings, that's the "Kurfürstliche Schloss" which is listed as being under conservation by UNESCO. Nearby there's also the "Landtag", that's where the parliament of the state of Rheinland-Pfalz has meetings.

Packing List

by Kristina1701

The best time of the year to visit Mainz is from June-August/September. If you're lucky, temperatures are about 25-30°C. But it can also rain during some days and get a bit colder, so be prepared. In fall it rains quite often, can be stormy and already pretty cold. In winter, especially in January/February it might snow for some days, but only if you're lucky. Temperatures should be about -5-5/8°C. In spring the weather's just crazy. In May it's often really hot during some days but then it gets colder again. For more information about the weather and which clothes to bring have a look at my Germany page!

Heiliggeist

by Kristina1701 about Restaurant - bar - beer garden

This is a really interesting place. The Heiliggeist used to be a church and thus makes for a unique atmosphere.
If you're looking for a cocktail bar you better go to the Havana which is just next door but otherwise the Heiliggeist offers all kinda drinks and dishes.
The age group of their guests is about 25/30+ I'd say.

Central Museum of Roman History

by Caius

Fantastic Museum with Roman military and civilan equipment, originals and copies of important peices from all over the world. The muesum is right on the Main River, and is one of the few buildings in the area not bombed to rubble in WW2.

St. Stephen's Church - the Chagall Windows

by yooperprof

Well, boo on me for not getting any pictures of the phenomenal Marc Chagall windows here, but it's quite difficult for an amateur to do them justice. Trust me, the beauty and poignancy of the stained glass makes this church well-worth a visit, even if you are just in Mainz for one day, don't let the time pass without making a stop here.

Like so many other buildings of all kinds, St. Stephen's church was heavily damaged in World War II; practically demolished. In a spirit of hope and reconcilation and desire for a better future, the parish commissioned Marc Chagall, the great Russian/Jewish/American artist, to design new windows for the reconstructed church. I can't think of any 20th century stained glass - anywhere - that is more effective and more wonderful than that which is here.

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