Things to see and do - Wiesbaden
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Wiesbaden Travel guide
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The city's 26 salty springs were exploited as early as Roman times. In the Middle Ages Wiesbaden was known as «Wisibada» (spa in the meadows). Lying at the foot of the Taunus massif, the capital ciy of Hesse offers visitors a great variety of different facets: the refined atmosphere of a spa town, the elegance and charming surroundings of a capital . Equipped to the standards of a modern health resort, Weisbaden and its spas enjoy an excellent reputation among those who suffer from rheumatism.
Tourist attractions Wiesbaden : Things to see and do
Emperor Wilhelm II described this establishment, built in 1907, as « the most beautiful spa house in the world». The sumptuous interior decoration was restored to its original state in 1987. A walkway, flanked on either side by the theatre colonnades..
A vast park, laid out in 1852, stretches away to the east behind the spa house. Sonnenberger Strasse and Parkstrasse feature magnificent villas dating from the Gründerzeit.
This cog railway is a monument to technology, still working as well as it did when it was built in 1888. The railway runs up the Neuroberg (245m), Wiesbaden's local mountain.
Spiegelgasse 3 D - 65183 Wiesbaden
Prix Prices from : 49 €
Offering free Wi-Fi, this centrally and quietly located hotel is a 2-minute walk from the Kaiser-Friedrich-Therme Spa. Garni Hotel Drei Lilien features a beautiful Art Nouveau façade from 1905. The elegant rooms at Garni Hotel Drei Lilien include ha..
Mauritiusstr. 7 D - 65183 Wiesbaden
This design hotel in the pedestrian area of central Wiesbaden is a short walk from the spa park and palace square. It offers soundproofed rooms and a sauna area. All rooms at the ACHAT Premium City-Wiesbaden provide satellite TV, Wi-Fi, free mineral..
Webergasse 6-8 D - 65183 Wiesbaden
Prix Prices from : 100 €
This elegant design hotel is located in the heart of Wiesbaden, just 300 metres from the city’s Old Town. Citta Trüffel Hotel features free Wi-Fi throughout, a terrace, and good transport connections. The luxurious air-conditioned bedrooms feature a..
Kaiser-Friedrich-Platz 3 D - 65183 Wiesbaden
Located close to the Kurhaus and Staatstheater, this typical bistro acts as a cosmopolitan meeting place in the heart of the city. The kitchen team here lays on international cuisine.
Webergasse 6 D - 65183 Wiesbaden
Katharina Stirn is a genuinely charming host and her husband Martino a great cook! The regional and international fare served up in their lively, informal bistro includes cod with beans and smoked carrot mash. The Carte Blanche menu served at the Che..
nahe Army Airfield D - 65205 Wiesbaden-Erbenheim
This restaurant is located on one of the largest organic farms in Hessen and the regional cuisine, which is both seasonal and organic, is naturally full of home-grown ingredients. Meat dishes include beef bourguignon and Charolais calves' liver or ki..
Platter Str. 2 D - 65193 Wiesbaden
Tartare of Laach whitefish in a set tomato sauce and medallions of venison served with apple and celery purée are just two of the fresh, seasonal and modern dishes served here. The interior is elegantly decorated in strong, warm colours. Pretty garde..
Kranzplatz 12 D - 65183 WIESBADEN
Kaiser-Friedrich-Platz 3 D - 65183 WIESBADEN
Despite its modern elements, the cuisine here has lost nothing of its classic roots, as the ever-popular duck menu demonstrates. The talents of chef Michael Kammermeier's kitchen team are displayed in the excellent Küchenrunde menu where everyone has..
Spiegelgasse 9 D - 65183 Wiesbaden
The mood here in the second oldest building in Wiesbaden, the Pariser Hof, is quintessentially French. Parisian Frédéric Golendorf, charming and ever attentive to his guests, is the life and soul of the place. The kitchen produces uncomplicated, trad..