Nieder-Olm is a town in Rhenish Hesse a few kilometres south of Mainz.
Katholische Kirche Sankt Georgaddress: Alte Landstraße 30The Catholic parish church was build in the late 1700s but the quire tower on the east side is a remnant of the old mediaeval church from the 12th century.
- Klein-Winternheim is a village whose recorded history dates to April 1100. The region's economy was dominated by wine-growing for a long time. Nowadays many people live in Klein-Winternheim because it's close to the state capital, Mainz. It has a few shops, bakery and ice cream cafe. There are two retail areas, one off Oppenheimer Street near the rail station, the larger to the west of the autobahn exit 4.
phone: +49 6136 7665545address: Bussolengo-Platz 6Good Italian food, good décor and service.
Olli's Snackboxphone: +49 6136 766808address: Am Neuberg 7Excellent German fast food stand with some Dutch items: Currywürst, large burgers, fries etc. Standing only, very popular with truckers and local office workers.
phone: +49 6136 3627address: Kleine Wassergasse 3Good Chinese food
phone: +49 6136 75880address: Backhausstraße 12Typical German food. Attached to Hotel Becker.
phone: +49 6136 9231537address: Ludwig-Eckes-Allee 1Well modernised conversion of the station building, quality Thai dishes, although not spicy.
phone: +49 6136 9260965address: Pariser Str.aße 127Pleasant place for coffee and cake.
phone: +49 6136 75880address: Backhaus Street 12
phone: +49 6136 814480address: Pariser Str. 129Modern hotel with restaurant