Enjoy Mainz, Rheinhessen and Germany

Once you are here, there is the opportunity to discover even more. Why not combine the conference with a little holiday! There is so much more Rheinhessen and the Rhine-Main area have to offer! Explore it on your own - Worms, Wiesbaden, Frankfurt and more are waiting for you.

Or you can travel in comfort with our Post Convention Tours designed just for you to two special destinations - Berlin and Munich!

Click here to load this video from an external source.

Rheinhessen - A dynamic wine region

Rheinhessen - A dynamic wine region

Located in the spacious triangle between Bingen, Mainz and Worms, Rheinhessen offers not only excellent wines but also a varied nature experience for hikers and cyclists. Walk on varied paths through the most beautiful landscapes of Rheinhessen. Always close to wine and a variety of enjoyment and refreshments. More than 290 km of world-class signposted trails are waiting to be discovered. Whether close to nature and with demanding hikes on the Hiwweltouren, leisurely from wine village to wine village on the RheinTerrassenWeg or in true Rhine-Hessian style on one of the theme hiking trails. Nine themed routes take cyclists through the land of 1,000 hills and offer a varied cycling experience that leaves nothing to be desired! Rheinhessen is one of the sunniest regions in Germany. Get to know the people and the work on the winegrowing estate and find out how the sun influences the wine. On top of all this, you will be surprised by the innovative wine experience ideas of Rheinhessen's creative winemakers. A wine safari, a blind wine tasting in the dark or a wine escape room are just a small taste.

Find out more and discover Rheinhessen: www.rheinhessen.de/en


Mainz - A vibrant state capital

Savoir-vivre on the Rhine – that is Mainz in a nutshell! A culture and history going back 2,000 years and a great joy for life make Mainz a city well worth a visit. Enjoy the best parts of Mainz by exploring the life and work of Johannes Gutenberg, the greatest son of the city and inventor of the printing press with moveable type, or by finding out how the Romans lived here. The capital of Rhineland-Palatinate is not only best known for Carnival or "Fassenacht" - the famous fifth season with round-the-clock celebrations but also for its wine culture steeped in tradition. Immerse yourself in the culture, art and history of the city and learn how people lived in the past on a variety of Mainz city walks to famous sights such as the famous stained glass windows by Marc Chagall or by visiting the many museums. Dive into the vibrant city atmosphere of Mainz at the popular weekly market in front of the magnificent backdrop of the 1,000-year-old Mainz Cathedral.

Find out more and discover Mainz:

www.mainz-tourismus.com

www.mainz.de


Berlin - The city of freedom

Visit Berlin – Germany’s capital! Berlin has often been the scene of world history, for example when the Wall came down, but not only there. You can still discover the traces of history in countless places in the capital today. Berlin is also a shopping city. In addition to luxury shopping on the Kurfürstendamm you will also find numerous flea markets in the capital. Berlin is different – come and experience!

 


Munich - A metropolis with charm

Munich, that is big-city style and rural charm, Alpine character and Mediterranean verve, art treasures and the Oktoberfest, traditional customs and high technology, beer gardens and haute cuisine, operas and in-bars – these are all ingredients of the special “Munich Mix” that makes Bavaria’s state capital so endlessly fascinating, and so popular with visitors from all over the world.