Out the front of the Kurhaus Wiesbaden , the aptly named Bowling Green is flanked by an elegant, 129m-long colonnade.
Out the front of the Kurhaus Wiesbaden , the aptly named Bowling Green is flanked by an elegant, 129m-long colonnade .
Built in 1913 as a municipal bathhouse on the site of a Roman steam bath, the gorgeous Kaiser-Friedrich-Therme, still run by the city,...
Wiesbaden's coolest cocktail bar has a 9m-long LED light wall, custom-made luminescent panels on its walls and ceiling, and amazing...
Gourmet goods at this tantalising deli range from cheeses, salamis, antipasti and artisan breads to ready-to-eat dishes like spaghetti...
Kranzplatz · interesting places nearby
If you're game to taste-test the hot spa waters for which the city is known (and named), which are said to have wonderful pharmacological powers, head to the Kochbrunnen. Inside the stone pavilion are four free-flowing spouts. A sign recommends drinking no more than 1L a day, though if you can down more than a mouthful you deserve a beer.
There’s another hot springs tap at the Bäckerbrunnen , a little brick building a block south of Goldgasse.