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Discover Mainz in a relaxed way by electric bike! When you visit Johannes Gutenberg's home, you cannot miss a city tour. On this extraordinary bike tour you cycle alongside a real "local" through the city of the "Mainzelmännchen" and find out why the city bears this nickname. See the most beautiful sights and get a quick overview of Mainz. Cycle along the Rhine in the direction of Mainz Cathedral and St. Stephen's Church, which is best known for its blue stained glass windows, which are unique in Germany and designed by Marc Chagall. Then on to the southern outskirts of Jakobsberg, where the citadel has been guarding the old town of Mainz for more than 300 years. After a relaxed ascent with the e-bikes, you will not only be rewarded with a great view of Mainz, but also with one of the largest green areas in the city. Take a deep breath and relax! There is of course enough time for photos during the tour.
Vineyards and vines as far as the eye can see. Rheinhessen is not only Germany's largest but also the oldest wine-growing region. Winegrowing has been deeply rooted in the history of the Rhineland-Palatinate capital of Mainz for centuries. The Romans already appreciated the ideal climatic conditions and started growing the first vines there very early. We ride the e-bike through the most beautiful hilly vineyards in Germany and stop at some of the most famous wineries in the region. Here you can taste the unique variety of flavors of the most popular Rhine-Hesse wines at a wine tasting in Germany's wine capital Mainz.
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