Wiesbaden, the capital of Hesse, beckons with its renowned thermal springs, opulent architecture, and a touch of timeless elegance nestled by the Rhine River. Read more

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Wiesbaden is often overshadowed by its big-city neighbors, yet it stands as a beacon of relaxation and luxury in its own right. With its 26 thermal springs, the city is one of Europe's oldest spa towns, offering wellness and rejuvenation since Roman times. The elegant cityscape is marked by neoclassical buildings, a testament to its grandeur as a historical meeting point for nobles and artists. Visitors can stroll along the 'Wilhelmstraße' to experience the city's bustling atmosphere or relax in the sprawling 'Kurpark', a beautifully landscaped garden adjacent to the famous 'Kurhaus' casino. Wiesbaden’s cultural calendar is brimming with events from wine festivals to performing arts, reflecting the city's cosmopolitan spirit. Its charming old quarter, with romantic alleys and cozy taverns, showcases a rich culinary tradition. Meanwhile, the city's modern boutiques and art galleries blend seamlessly with its historical treasures. Surrounded by vineyards and the scenic Rhine Valley, Wiesbaden is a treasure trove for those who appreciate the finer things in life within a setting of natural beauty.
Wiesbaden is not just a city but a cultural experience, where the serenity of its spa heritage blends with the vibrancy of its urban life, promising a journey that’s as rejuvenating as it is enriching.

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What to do in Wiesbaden

Kurhaus Wiesbaden

This opulent building with its renowned casino is the cultural heart of the city, also offering a variety of events and a picturesque setting.


Known as the “Rue”, this is one of the main boulevards, lined with boutiques, restaurants, and historical buildings.


A hill offering panoramic views of Wiesbaden and its surroundings, accessible by a water ballast-powered funicular railway, the Nerobergbahn.


A beautifully landscaped park where visitors can enjoy a leisurely stroll or a peaceful break amidst greenery and classic fountains.

Hessian State Theatre

This grand theatre presents a diverse program of plays, operas, ballets, and concerts in a splendid historic setting.

Thermal Area of Wiesbaden

Explore the city's thermal heritage with a visit to one of its many bathhouses or spa facilities, such as the Kaiser-Friedrich-Therme.


The largest Protestant church in Wiesbaden, it boasts five steeples and a rich interior, including beautiful stained glass windows.

Rheingau Wine Region

A short trip outside the city will take you to one of Germany’s most famous wine-growing regions, ideal for wine tastings and vineyard tours.

Museum Wiesbaden

A significant cultural institution, this museum hosts an extensive natural history collection and a range of fine art exhibits.

Biebrich Palace

Situated on the banks of the Rhine, this Baroque residence with its expansive gardens is a favorite for a scenic outing.

St. Elizabeth's Church

A Russian Orthodox church with a striking golden dome, built for the wife of a Nassau duke who was a Russian princess.

Tier- und Pflanzenpark Fasanerie

A local zoological and botanical garden, perfect for a family day out, featuring native and exotic animals and plants.

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In and around Wiesbaden

Oestrich - Winkel (17.29 km)

Nestled along the Rhine River, Oestrich-Winkel welcomes you with open arms, embodying the quintessence of Rhinegau's wine culture and the tranquility of picturesque German towns.

Frankfurt Airport (23.39 km)

Frankfurt Airport, known as Flughafen Frankfurt am Main in German, stands as one of the world's busiest airports. This major transportation hub combines state-of-the-art facilities with efficiency, offering travelers a gateway to Europe and beyond.

Frankfurt Airport (23.57 km)

Frankfurt Airport, one of the busiest in the world, is the beating heart of German and European air traffic. With more than 60 million passengers a year and connections to more than 300 destinations.

Frankfurt Am Main (31.89 km)

Frankfurt am Main, the financial capital of Germany, is a dynamic city that combines modern architecture with historical monuments. Explore its cultural and gastronomic scene and take in the picturesque views of the Main River.

Messel (38.88 km)

Known for its prehistoric secrets, Messel is a small German town that packs a punch when it comes to scientific significance. It's the home of the Messel Pit, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where extraordinarily well-preserved fossils have been discovered.

Marksburg (47.15 km)

Perched majestically on a hill along the Rhine River, Marksburg Castle stands as one of the most well-preserved medieval fortresses in Germany.

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