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Roam through the historic city of Mainz with your escort lady

State Capital Mainz - experience history with your escort service

The city of Mainz is known for many things. For example, it is one of the strongholds of the Rhenish Carnival, whose Shrove Monday procession attracts many people live and watching through TV each year. Mainz is also a major media and broadcasting city, as is the case with the Second German Television, which is located in the capital of the state of Rhineland-Palatinate as well as the Südwestrundfunk. In addition, Mainz is a university town and the seat of a Catholic bishopric. Enjoy carefree hours with your escort Mainz in the state capital of Rhineland-Palatinate and discover the exciting history.

Like many cities in the region, Mainz is also a very old city. Excavations prove that already in the last ice age people must have lived in today's urban area. The first settlements in the Mainz area, however, were Celtic, since the Celts had the supremacy on the Rhine in the first century before Christ's birth. After the Gallic war, the Romans arrived in today's Mainz and called their new legion "Mogontiacum", which was derived from the name of a Celtic deity. , More people settled around the Roman legion camp, so that slowly an urban settlement developed. As of 89 AD, today's Mainz was the center of the province of Germania Superior and later Germania Prima.

As early as the fourth century AD, there was a Christian population in Mainz and in the eighth century the city was declared an archbishopric. The highlight of Mainz's history is marked by the time as a free city, when the citizenship of 1244 was emancipated from episcopal rule and the city was managed by the bourgeoisie. However, this time finally ended in 1462. Later, Mainz became a royal residence, was taken over by the Swedes only during the Thirty Years' War, during the French-Prussian coalition wars by the French, and subsequently by Prussians. As a result of these events, Mainz lost its status as a residence town. During the period of its founding, Mainz experienced an upturn, which was slowed down by the First World War. The Second World War followed only a short time later, with its heavy destruction by bombings and fire storm. In 1950 Mainz finally succeeded Koblenz as the capital of the new state of Rhineland-Palatinate and thus gained a lot of importance.

Sights in Mainz for you and your escort service

Many places in Mainz testify to the devastating destruction caused by the air raids in the Second World War. If you stroll through the historical city with your escort lady, a special service is waiting for you, because at approximately 100 important places and buildings, signs have been made which explain their significance. These include, for example, the Old University, the iron tower, the main railway station, the nail column and, of course, the impressive cathedral of Mainz, whose real name is "St. Martin's Cathedral". The foundation stone of the cathedral was already laid in the year 975, in the year 1009 the huge building was inaugurated. Fate, however, meant that the church was destroyed by a fire the same day. The successor building was inaugurated in 1036. In the course of time the old church building has suffered a lot: fires, lightning strikes and damage caused by wars. It was already so badly destroyed that a demolition was planned, but fortunately it did not happen, so the Martinsdom could survive through history.

The “Kurfürstliches Schloss” has also been provided with a signpost. You should not miss a visit to this historic building. The impressive structure was built in the style of the early baroque and extends over a length of 75 meters. However, the Electoral Palace was not used as such for a long time: the castle in its present form was completed in 1752 and only used until 1797. After the end of the Electorate, it was, among other things, the hospital, customs office, picture gallery, city library and museum. The Romano-Germanic Central Museum is still in the east wing of the building. The entire Old Town of Mainz, which stretches from Mainzer Dom to Südbahnhof (South Station), is absolutely worth seeing. Here you will find many narrow alleys, picturesque streets and romantic half-timbered houses during a walk with your escort lady. The latter can be found, for example, at the Kirschgarten, which is certainly one of the most beautiful places in the city of Mainz.

Discover culture and leisure with your escort Mainz

Need more culture? How about a theater visit? There are several stages in the Rhineland-Palatinate capital, but the largest theater is clearly the State Theater Mainz, which is located in a particularly impressive building. The state theater Mainz offers opera, ballet, drama, concerts, but also carnival themed plays during the main festivals of the "fifth season".

But you do not have to miss out on relaxation in Mainz, too. If you want to have a good time, a visit to the Taubertsbergbad is the right thing for you. The adventure thermal spa stretches over 2000 square meters and offers water attractions as well as an extensive sauna area with eight different regeneration and steam baths. You and your companion from your escort service can also enjoy a relaxing massage here.

https://www.mainzer-taubertsbergbad.de/

Eating and sleeping in Mainz - a pleasure for you and your escort lady

The state capital offers many different hotels and restaurants, wine estates and beer gardens, as well as guesthouses. The decision can be quite difficult if a stay in Mainz is planned! The escort ladies Mainz offer you some help in the form of some hotel and restaurant recommendations.

Restaurants

Favorite Restaurant

https://www.favorite-mainz.de/

+49 6131 80 15 0

 

Am Bassenheimer Hof

http://www.ambassenheimerhof.de/ - only in German

+49 6131 23 73 57

 

Proviant Magazin

http://www.proviant-magazin.de/en/

+49 6131 9 06 16-00

 

Restaurant Incontro

http://www.ristorante-incontro.de/ - only in German

+49 6131 23 82 21‎

Hotels

Hotel Königshof

http://www.hotel-koenigshof-mainz.de/en/welcome/

+49 6131 9 60 11-0

 

Hotel Römerstein

https://www.hotel-roemerstein.de/en/

+49 6131 93 66 60

 

Hotel Mainzer Hof

http://www.hotel-mainzerhof.de/en/welcome.html

+49 6131 97 24 0