Cycling in Mainz

Mainzigartig - rent a bicycle for as little as 50 cents!

Want to go somewhere? Just pick up a bike from MVGmeinRad and drive off! The streets of Mainz are abuzz with rented bicycles, as there are 1000 of them waiting for you at 100 stations, available 24 hours a day. Exploring Mainz by bicycle gives you maximum freedom.

Simply use our chip card to unlock and register the bicycle and away you are! Cycling is not only environmentally friendly and CO2-neutral, but also keeps you fit. Our award-winning bicycles e look great – and so do the cyclists through the city. The chip cards are available at the RMV mobility counter at Verkehrscenter Mainz or from the Tourist Service Center. Registration is easy and you can cycle off without any further delay.


Fortified Mainz – cycle along the walls and towers of old Mainz

Mainz still has very much the air of a fortified city. Along the route, you learn about the eventful history of the city, which is reflected in its walls and fortifications. The 21 km walk brings you through the city centre and adjacent districts to Kastel. There are 20 points of special interest – from Roman times, to the Middle Ages and the 19th century federal fortification – along the route. They are marked on the map, with detailed explanations in the brochure. The "Festungsroute" brochure is available at the Tourist Service Center at Brückenturm (price € 0.50).

Duration: 1:20 hours



Roman route – exploring Roman Mainz

Get on your bike and find out what life in Mainz was like in Roman times. The Roman route covers around 13.5 km and brings you along 19 highlighted sites. Everything is explained in detail in the "Römerroute" brochure that also includes a map available at the Tourist Service Center at Brückenturm (price € 0.50).

Duration: 1 hour


Wine & Bike

Cycle through Mainz, Kostheim and Hochheim. On this wine-themed cycle tour across three bridges, you learn all about wine-making while enjoying a magnificent ride through vineyards ending in a wine-tasting get-together. The 20 km round trip is not strenuous, and if the climb becomes too steep, you can simply push the bike. At Weingut Bacchus-Speicher surrounded by vineyards, you get a tour of the premises with three wine tastings, ample water and pretzels. The tour finishes on the bank of the Rhine near the City Hall.


Other cycle routes and trails in the city of Mainz

Wine and Turnip Route (32 km)
Laubenheim - Hechtsheim - Marienborn - Bretzenheim - Gonsenheim - Mombach to Mombach roundabout and Leinpfad

Tour de Mayence Route (50 km)

Laubenheim - Bodenheim - Hechtsheim - Marienbron - Lerchenberg - Drais - Finthen - Heidesheim - Leinpfad

Route 11 (19 km)

Mainz City Hall - Mombach - Gonsenheim - Bretzenheim - Weisenau - Mainz City Hall

Orchard Route (18 km)

Lerchenberg - Drais - Finthen - Gonsenheim - Bretzenheim - Marienbron - Lerchenberg
A cycling map showing all routes is available from the Tourist Service Center (price € 3.80).

 

Tourist Service Center

Brückenturm, Rheinstraße 55
Summer opening hours:
(April 1st - October 31st)
Mo - Fr: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sa: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Su: closed

Winter opening hours:
(November 1st - March 31st)
Mo - Fr: 9:00 am- 5:00 pm
Sa: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Su: closed

phone: +49 (0)6131-242-888

Landesmuseum, Große Bleiche 49-51
Mo: closed
Tu: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
We - Su: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

phone: +49 (0)6131-2857-191

tourist(at)mainzplus.com

www.mainz-tourismus.com