How To Tell If Mainz Is A Must Visit City In Germany

As every traveler becomes a story teller, it was a privilege for me to see a whole new world out there, somewhere in Germany. I could not forget my wonderful adventure and relaxed visit to this tiny little town of Mainz. I never imagined running into a beauty such as this one.

1. Guest House Mainz

There is no one at the hotel when we arrived. Not even one at the reception. It seemed to us that we are the guests and the hosts at the same time! How can I forget when we were looking for the small vault where our room keys can be found? It never occured to me that Germans are that self-disciplined that they can afford to have their guests make their own way to their rooms with no one single staff around.

2. Bis Bald

 This part of Mainz is love! It is a mini-desert in an orange sand overlooking the beautiful and iconic river Rhein. The cold atmosphere made it more comfortable for me to have spent gazing at the cargo ships passing whilst eating a cheesy German nachos. 

I’d never seen such a place before where a couple could actually do a relaxing and romantic moment in a lover’s boat-like colorful hammock. I also noticed its colorful children’s playground.

We were enjoying a sunny night when two big men approached us. Scared, I thought we will end up in jail for no reason! Only to found out that we were carrying sodas bought from the outside which is not allowed. Well, that was an honest mistake. We never knew. Glad, they allowed us to keep the drinks in our bags. 

3. River Rhein

 The longest river connecting Switzerland, Germany and France is famous in the world of history. The river Rhein was used to transporting trade and people in Europe’s old civiliation. Most of the people in Germany spent an afternoon picnic with friends in the near riverbank. 

What added colors to my visit here was the long walkway with lively green trees at the sides. The next time I’ll see this place, it will be with my husband and my family. What a romatic getaway it will be!

4. Davidius Victor Arch

This triumphal arch, which was built by councilman Dativius Victor in the 3rd century, was one of Mainz’s small piece of Roman history. When I was there, it reminded me so much of my alma matter The University of Santo Tomas because it resembles the big ark located in the Espana entrance.

5. Electoral’s Palace

This 17th century Renaissance Palace which was built after WWII was ince the home to the Roman Elector. I enjoyed my history-filled visit in this small town of Mainz!

6. Christ Church 

One of Germany’ famous Evangelical Christian Churches is the Christ Church of Mainz. It has a beautiful dome-like architecture.

7. Asia Family

Food is a necessity every traveler needs. Though we spent around 2 hours looking for Asian or Oriental meals. We ended up at Asia Family. It is a small Chinese restaurant in the area. They offered tasty and budget meals but on a super giant portion! This is what I learned when I hopped on to eat in Germany: Germans eat one meal a person only but with huge quantity. They are not fond of sharing as most Asians are doing.

8. Hans-Klenk Fountain

Whilst letting our feet beought to us to places we never knew, we dropped by Hans Klenk Fountain. 

9. Cherry Garden

One of Mainz’s old town square, Cherry Garden, is a romantic spot showcasing unique and half-timbered houses. 

10. Central Station

Our hotel is located near the central statiom which made it easy for us to get transportation access, mostly by trains, buses and cabs.

11. Shopping Mall

We managed to take a sneak peek to their modern shopping mall. 

12. Mainz’s Signature

Grafitti and street arts are also known to Europe. So I wouldn’t be surprised if we were able to pass by this black and white portfolio in one of the old walls. 

 

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Author: francis and anna

Francis and Anna are couples who found love in Jesus. You can find them travelling through to life's beautiful mysteries, choosing to live in victory, writing about their close encounters, talking about God.

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