As you can see, the excavation site begins right next to the platform of track 4, where an InterCity Express is going through (without stopping, of course).
There is only a wire fence separating the... more
Bingen is about 1 hr by train from Mainz. Easily accessible from Bahnhof .
Recommended to visit the town as the best way to understand the lower rhine culture is to visit the towns outside of the... more
On the Jakobsberg, a hill just behind the south station and the Theatrum Mogontiacensium, there is a large baroque citadel from the year 1660.
Inside the citadel there are several buildings which now... more
when you're in Mainz, don't forget to visit Wiesbaden, the capital of the state of Hessen, as well which lies just on the other side of the Rhine. In my opinion Wiesbaden is even much nicer than... more
Mainz is a wonderful place and has shot straight to the top of my list of favourite Germany cities. It has a long, amazing and still visible history, a small easily manageable center, and a relaxed,...
Mainz is the first place we stayed when arriving in Germany – it was our home for the first month while we waited for our house. So full of history and things to do that we were never bored and we......