There’s a hot springs tap at the Bäckerbrunnen, a little brick building a block south of Goldgasse.
Michelsberg Synagogue Memorial
The site of Wiesbaden’s largest pre-war synagogue, built in 1869 and destroyed in 1938, is marked by a memorial that includes an outline...
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...
It may not be stealing from the rich, but you'll certainly find a bunch of merry men in this hetero- and lesbian-friendly gay bar.
Langgasse 38-40 · interesting places nearby
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, lets you experience ‘Irish-Roman’ spa culture with saunas and pools fed by water naturally heated to 66.4°C. Bathrobes and towels can be rented; swimsuits are banned in the sauna (you can wear a towel) and optional elsewhere. Shower before entering the pools. The minimum age for the sauna is 16, but kids can access the bathing area.