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Many roads lead to Mainz…

Mainz is at the heart of Europe, in close proximity to Frankfurt am Main and Frankfurt Hahn airports, and can be quickly and easily reached by road, train and even waterways.

That’s exactly what the Romans were saying over 2000 years ago before they settled on the strategically placed confluence between the Rhine and the Main. What convinced the Romans back then still applies today: Mainz is at the heart of Europe, in close proximity to Frankfurt am Main and Frankfurt Hahn airports, and can be quickly and easily reached by road, train and even waterways.

Thanks to its central location, Mainz is not only an attractive conference venue, but also an in-demand business hub for industry, trade and commerce with forward-looking career opportunities and diverse recreational opportunities. And let’s not forget that Mainz is also a good starting point to discover the cultural landscapes of Rhinehessen and Middle Rhine.


You can get to Mainz by...

...car

Connections to the A60, A63, A643 and A66 in all directions

Info: The cities of Mainz and Wiesbaden have established “green zones”, in which only cars with a green sticker are allowed to drive.

...train

Long-distance and regional services

...suburban train

(connection to Frankfurt airport), bus and tram

...plane

...coach

...bicycle

You can also reach Mainz by bicycle via different routes:

  • from Mannheim-Worms via the Rhine Cycle Route
  • from Frankfurt via the Main Bike Path to Wiesbaden’s municipal park over the Schiersteiner, Kaiser or Theodor-Heuss bridges
  • from Bingen-Ingelheim via the towpath to the town hall

... boat

Mainz public transport