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Cycling in Mainz and Rhine-Hesse

In Mainz and Rhine-Hesse, numerous cycle tracks open up marvellous landscapes, cultural highlights and historical sights. The “Romans’ Route” (Römerroute) through Mainz is 13 kilometres long and leads past 19 stops. You will find further tours in the Cycle Tracks Map Mainz and Rhine-Hesse.

Cycle Tracks Map Mainz and Rhine-Hesse

Cycle Tracks Map Mainz and Rhine-Hesse.Cycle tracks and tours through Mainz and its suburbs, stretches with gradients, speed limit areas, one-way roads with cycling in both directions. You can obtain the Cycle Tracks Map Mainz in a set with the Cycle Tracks Map Rhine-Hesse from bookshops and at Mainz Tourist Office (Touristik Centrale).

Cycling to the Romans

Cycling to the Romans (Copy Right: Stadt Mainz)Cycle and ramble in the footsteps of the Romans through Mainz. The Romans’ Route is some 13.5 kilometres long and leads past 19 stops. Time required: By cycle 1 hour, by foot 3 hours (without sightseeing). You can obtain the flyer with map and a detailed description of the stops at Mainz Tourist Office (Touristik Centrale), in bookshops and at local council offices (Ortsverwaltungen).

Cycling in Rhineland-Palatinate

Cycling in Rhineland-Palatinate. (Copy Right: Stadt Mainz)Cycling in Rhineland-Palatinate
Among the main routes in the cycling tour state Rhineland-Palatinate are seven long-distance cycle tracks with a total length of over 1,200 kilometres. They lead along the main river valleys in the state.

Cycle ferry Budenheim/Walluf

Cycle ferry Budenheim/Walluf.The cycle ferry “Libelle” of the shipping company Reederei Nikolay operates from May to the end of September on Sundays and public holidays between 10 and 19:15 hr. The last departure from Budenheim is at 19 hr and from Walluf at 19.15 hr.

Guided cycle tour by Mainz Tourist Service Center

The cycle tour leads to various Roman finds, monuments and buildings in and around the city.

Stops: Roman gate on the Kästrich – Roman Theatre – Drusus Stone – street of tombs in Weisenau – Roman Stones in Zahlbach – Temple of Isis – Jupiter Column – Roman ships.

Time taken: 2 hours
Booking hotline: +49(0)6131/242-888

Cycle hire in the surrounding region

When you make an excursion into the immediate or wider area around Mainz, there are also over 250 cycle hire centres at your disposal under the motto “Cycle at the Station”, either directly at the railway station or in the direct vicinity for excursion trips or cycling tours, thus, for example in Frankfurt Main Station (Hbf).

Cycle ferry Budenheim/Walluf. (Copy Right: Stadt Mainz)