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Top Choice Historic Building in Wiesbaden

Kurhaus Wiesbaden

Built in 1907, the neoclassical Kurhaus is now the city’s convention centre. Ornate interior spaces include the main hall, with its marble floor, granite columns, Greco-Roman–style statuary and sparkling dome mosaic…
Top Choice Burgers in Wiesbaden

das!Burger

Towering burgers made with locally sourced produce include the Alamo (cheddar, beef, onion rings, pickles and BBQ sauce), Farmhouse (bacon, beef, tomato, fried egg and goats cheese), and the brilliantly named Lousy …
Top Choice Church in Wiesbaden

Marktkirche

The Protestant neo-Gothic Marktkirche, built of bright red bricks from 1852 to 1862, has a Glockenspiel – the 45 bronze bells weigh between 13kg and 2200kg. Schedules for regular organ concerts are posted on the web…
Museum in Wiesbaden

Schloss Freudenberg

Challenge all your senses at Schloss Freudenberg, a century-old mansion 3.5km southwest of Wiesbaden's centre that’s been turned into a hands-on, experiential Erhfahrungsfeld (‘Experience Field’). Inspired by the id…
Museum in Wiesbaden

Museum Wiesbaden

Paintings from the 12th to 19th centuries and some 100 works by the Russian expressionist Alexei Jawlensky (1864–1941), who lived in Wiesbaden for the last 20 years of his life, are highlights of Wiesbaden’s art mus…
Cocktail Bar in Wiesbaden

Manoamano

Wiesbaden's coolest cocktail bar has a 9m-long LED light wall, custom-made luminescent panels on its walls and ceiling, and amazing cocktails: elderflower Collins, made with Wiesbaden-distilled Amato gin, chocolate …
Pub in Wiesbaden

Irish Pub

Expats congregate at this sprawling, Irish-run basement establishment for live music (from 9.30pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday), karaoke (from 9.30pm on Tuesday and Sunday), open mic night (Wednesday) and, of co…
Deli in Wiesbaden

Trüffel Feinkost

Gourmet goods at this tantalising deli range from cheeses, salamis, antipasti and artisan breads to ready-to-eat dishes like spaghetti bolognese with parmesan, bratwurst and potato salad, and schnitzel with rosemary…
Public Art in Wiesbaden

Glockenspiel

The Protestant neo-Gothic Marktkirche, built of bright red bricks from 1852 to 1862, has a Glockenspiel – the 45 bronze bells weigh between 13kg and 2200kg.
Casino in Wiesbaden

Spielbank Wiesbaden

To do a gambling Dostoevsky (or have a drink at the casino bar), men will need a jacket, a button-down shirt and non-sports shoes; ties are no longer required. You must be over 18 and have ID.