Mainz is a German city renowned around the world for the Gutenberg Museum and mastery in the art of Printing. Situated along the banks of Rhine, this ancient city enjoys a unique history, culture and heritage.
A civilization dating back to 38 BC and reports showing settlements from about 300,000 BC, the city became well known for its trade practices. Mainz witnessed a lot of industrial expansion in the 19th century, and was devastated during the World War II.
The tourism of Mainz is unlike many other cities that draw in crowd during peak-seasons. Plan your itineraries for Mainz if you are hoping to fall in love with a simple and quaint city known for its civilization. The city speaks highly of its distinctive architecture reflected in its magnificent dom and the St. Martin and St. Steven’s Cathedral. It is also home to Johannes Gutenberg, who invented the printing press and made the world’s first printed Bible.
Visit the farmer’s market on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, try their culinary delicacies Spundekäse and Handkäse, and spend your leisure time walking along its magical old streets or the banks of River Rhine. We bet you wouldn’t regret a moment for including things to do in Mainz in your Vacation Planner.
The city also has Mainz Cardplus, a service card with a 48 hour validity offers huge discounts on hotels, sightseeing and public transit in all of Mainz-Wiesbaden. It also allows free entry into the museums, walking tours. The cost of the card is EUR 9.95 per person and EUR 25 for a group of five. It can be acquired at Tourist Information and Service centre, hotel receptions and RMV Mobility Advice in traffic Centre of the city.