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E’ ora di gustare qualche piatto tipico di Mainz ma prima di procedere, bisogna scoprire quali questi sono. Vediamoli.

  • Schinkennudeln: è un primo piatto a base di tagliatelle con pancetta.
  • Flammkuchen: ad un primo sguardo potrebbe sembrare una pizza ma della pizza ha solo l’aspetto. Questo piatto, infatti, è composto da una pasta sfoglia molto sottile e croccante e ricoperta con cipolle, pancetta, panna ed erbe. Ci sono, comunque, altre opzioni di condimento anche per chi preferisce qualcosa di più dolce (un esempio è il Flammkuchen di mele e prugne).
  • Labskaus: è un piatto a base di carne accompagnato da patate, uova, sottaceti vari e barbabietole.
  • Butterkuchen: torta al burro.
  • Foresta Nera: un dolce al cioccolato con ciliegie e panna montata. Dall’aspetto e dal sapore irresistibile!

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DOVE MANGIARE (RISTORANTI/BAR..)

Si mangia! Sì ma dove? Non temete, noi conosciamo la risposta.

  • Goldener Hirsch: cucina tedesca.
  • Adagio: cucina mediterranea.
  • Heinrichs – Die Wirtschaft: cucina tedesca, mediterranea.
  • Pomp: cucina tedesca, mediterranea, europea, vegetariana.
  • Malakoff Terrasse: cucina tedesca, europea, mediterranea.
  • Bei Bruno: cucina tedesca, italiana, mediterranea, europea.
  • Stadthausschanke: cucina tedesca, europea.
  •  Weinhaus Wilhelmi
  • Weinhaus Kurfurst: tedesca.
  • Cubo Negro: europea
  • The Haus des Deutschen Weines: qui oltre al buon cibo potrete gustare del buon vino.

 

Salutiamo Mainz per dare il benvenuto ad un’altra città che, però, scoprirete solo nella prossima avventura. Non perdetevela eh!

Un bacio a tutti.

40 thoughts on “Mainz

  1. I lived in Germany for 7 months last year and unfortunately never went to Mainz. It looks like such a beautiful city though with plenty to do! The cathedral especially looks stunning! Enjoy the rest of your travels x

  2. Germany is such a wonderful place to visit. The architecture and cuisine are just so charming. I felt so welcomed when I was there, like stepping back in time and being invited to stay. Didn’t Mainz but it looks just as lovely add the parts I visited.

  3. Wow, you visited it all! I would definitely like to visit Mainzer Fastnachtsmuseum! Must be a fun place for the kids and kids at heart.

  4. My bestfriend also can’t stop raving about Germany. She moved there since last year, right before she gave birth. And I understand now why she starting to fall in love with Germany. Its beyond beautiful.

  5. I love reading your stories about Germany! It’s such a wonderful country and very close for me. So easy to visit the cities you’re writing about. Which makes it even more exciting! I’d love to visit the cathedral, it looks so nice! And a botanical garden.. I love visiting gardens!

  6. Beautiful post and lovely photos. I lived in Germany for four years but never got around to visiting Mainz. It really looks like a charming town and I hope I can return and visit it soon.

  7. Thank you for such a detailed piece 🙂 Even though I was born and raised in Germany, I have never been to Mainz, but now I know what I can do when I get there!

    If you’re looking to visit a cute, old-school fairytale town with lots of places to go out, typical German architecture, and a very beautiful church, stop at Schwaebisch Hall (my hometown).

    Happy travels!

    1. Hi! Thank you so much for the sweet comment but especially for your tip. Schwaebisch Hall wasn’t on our travel list so far…
      We are always looking for new places to discover and this town sounds amazing 🙂

  8. Such a cute place! The only city I’ve been to in Germany was Hamburg which was pretty as well. But that was about 20 years ago…. Time for a Eurotrip! 🙂

  9. Thank you for such a detailed guide! Mainz has never been on the top of my travel list in Germany (OI stay here now), but now it definitely climbed a few positions up 😉

  10. Mainz is a big beautiful city but I could halt there only for a few hours. We visited just the cathedral. Seeing your list and realising what a lot I did not see.

  11. Haven’t been to Mainz so far. I’ve been to Berlin and Munich. But I will agree that cities like that have lots to see and taste. Oh, and their parks are magnificent too.

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