... to the green city with many culturally and historically important sights, with diverse and exclusive shopping areas and a wide range of regional and international culinary specialities. Wiesbaden is centrally located in Germany and can be easily reached within 30 minutes from Frankfurt International Airport.
The city benefits from a mild climate, it is pulsating and lively - and at the same time is characterised by a Mediterranean lifestyle. Numerous parks and green spaces in the middle of the city invite you to linger as well as a variety of cafés, restaurants and bars, which in the summer months tempt you to stroll and enjoy in the open air.
The Wiesbadeners enjoy the many cultural and social festivals such as the Wilhelmstrasse Festival, the International Whitsun Tournament, the Rheingau Wine Week or the Shooting Star Market with their guests. Wiesbaden also scores with its visitors again and again with the charming architecture. Many magnificent and historically important buildings can be admired during a walk through the city. These include the Kurhaus with the casino, the Nerobergbahn and the Russian Church on the Neroberg.
Wiesbaden, the capital of the federal state of Hesse, was often referred to as the "Nice of the North" during its heyday as a world spa city in the 19th century. So even today you can treat yourself to the extraordinary in Wiesbaden. Especially when it comes to health. The healing effect of no less than 26 hot springs has been widely known since Roman times and Wiesbaden has become the epitome of the spa city. Several hotels with their own thermal springs and other wellness facilities offer every imaginable spa luxury, but the crowning glory is probably a visit to the Kaiser-Friedrich-Therme on the grounds of an old Roman steam bath. The Kurhaus, situated in a beautiful park in the English style and framed by various magnificent buildings, provides entertainment of a high standard, as does the famous casino, where you can also sweat from time to time.