Mainz Market Breakfast: Enjoy a very special vibe

Do you know what “Weck, Worscht and Woi” is? We’ll tell you: Buns, sausages and wine. These delicacies from the Rhineland-Palatinate region are available to enjoy every Saturday from March to November at the Mainz Market Breakfast. The region is known for its wine and it really shows at the Mainz Market Breakfast: Here you can purchase wine straight from the winemakers. Whether it's Riesling, Silvaner or Pinot Noir: You're sure to get your money's worth here.

The Mainz Farmers’ Market and Mainz Market Breakfast: a full range of flavours

In Mainz’ city centre - in the shadow of Mainz Cathedral - everyone gets their money’s worth. The Market Breakfast is a part of the Farmers’ Market and truly appeals to all our senses. Around 100 stalls offer seasonal products and regional specialities - to try right away or to take away. Anyone who wants to try Mainz cuisine and hospitality shouldn’t miss this highlight.

Farmers’ Markets in Germany

Farmers’ Markets are an important part of German tradition and exist in towns large and small. Overall, there are around 5000 of them, each with specialities from their region.

Discover more highlights in Germany

Germany, at the very heart of Europe, has an incredible amount to discover. We took to the road and captured what we found, to whet your appetite for your next trip to Germany.