recent information concerning you holidays in Rheinhessen
The federal and state governments have adopted additional measures to contain the corona pandemic.
Here we have summarized which have a particular impact on tourism:
Contact restrictions and mask requirement
Staying in public space is only permitted alone or with members of your own household and a person from another household, whereby their children up to and including six years are not taken into account when determining the number of people.
Basically, a mask should be worn wherever people come close - even outdoors - and the minimum distance is difficult to keep.
Medical masks - i.e. surgical masks or virus-filtering masks such as KN95 or FFP2 masks - are mandatory when shopping, on public transport, at church services and when visiting authorities.
Tourist overnight stays
Unnecessary private trips and visits should be avoided. This also applies in Germany and for national day-trip excursions. Accommodation offers in Germany are only allowed for necessary and expressly non-tourist purposes.
Catering establishments, restaurants, cafes, bars
Catering establishments, bars, pubs and clubs will be closed. Deliveries and collections of meals are still possible.
Leisure facilities and cultural facilities remain closed. These include museums, swimming pools and fun pools, saunas and thermal baths, theaters, cinemas, etc.
Events for entertainment are prohibited. Please inquire with the organizer when it comes to returning tickets.
The retail trade is closed, only shops for daily needs remain open.
Information on the regulations in Rhineland-Palatinate can be found at:
General current information on the coronavirus can be found here:
(Information as of January 25, 2021)