Hotel Braun

Aukammallee 19, Wiesbaden, Hesse, DE - 65191, Germany
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Forum Posts

Is there an IKEA store in Wiesbaden?

by Wandawits

When i was in Mainz, Germany 3 years ago, we had lunch in an IKEA outlet which exactly beside Toys R us. I really couldn't remember the place much, as someone drove us there. Could someone enlighten me if this is the one located in Wiesbaden or an outlet in Frankfurt? Can you please help me how to get there by bus from Mainz? TIA!

Re: Is there an IKEA store in Wiesbaden?

by abalada

Ikea Wallau
Ikea Frankfurt

Wallau is just outside of Wiesbaden.

DB timetable
From: Mainz
To: Ikea Wallau
Single ticket is EUR 2,20.

Re: Is there an IKEA store in Wiesbaden?

by MichaelFalk1969

it`s 15 - 20 minutes from Frankfurt, depending on traffic - from Frankfurt take A66 Direction Wiesbaden, then exit Wallau-Gewerbegebiet. A Toy`s R Us is right next to it.

Travel Tips for Wiesbaden

Chess Players

by antistar

In the park of Warmer Damm I encountered a busy group of chess players feverishly shuffling pieces about on boards both great and small, while drinking copious amounts of beer from bottles cooled in the shade of the big evergreen trees overhead. Here there were all kinds of people, arabs, Russians, Germans, both young and old, although no women. Everyone played or watched intently, and took matters extremely seriously. I spent half an hour watching the two guys pictured on the big board. They were both Russian.

The guy on the left, lets call him Kasparov, was loud and animated, stalking all over the board making quick, sometimes showy, moves. The guy on the right, Spassky, was quiet and unemotional, keeping to the edges of the board except to move pieces. Shortly into the game Kasparov made a error, causing the structure of his right hand side defence to fall apart. I predicted he would lose at that point, and although I was to be proved right, the number of twists and turns in the game was amazing, with Spassky finally giving Kasparov a rook advantage so that he could push his far back pawn up to the backline and exchange it for a queen.

It was great fun to watch, and it would have been even more fun to join in. Even though my chess skills are pretty bad I've always wanted to spend some time in these open air chess games, as it is something we lack in England.

Climate in Wiesbaden

by Leipzig

Rainy season: There is no special rainy season

Avg. Temp. in Spring: max.: 11 – 21°C ( 51 - 70°F ); min: 4 - 10°C ( 39 - 50°F )
Avg. Temp. in Summer: max.: 23 – 26°C ( 74 - 78°F ); min: 13 - 14°C ( 55 - 57°F )
Avg. Temp. in Autumn: max.: 7 – 21°C ( 45 - 70°F); min: 3 - 12°C ( 38 – 53°F )
Avg. Temp. in Winter: max.: 5 – 8°C ( 41 - 48°F); min: 0 - 1°C ( 32 - 34°F )

Shop Signs - 1 - Restaurant "Zum Schwejk"

by robertbaum

Have you ever bothered to look at Shop signs?

Here in Wiesbaden they form part of the historical street scenes. Not only the buildings itself are old and worthwhile to see, but also the small details.

These pictures are the shop signs from the Restaurant "Zum Schwejk", a Czech traditional figure. So no surprise the beer served in the restaurant is the Czech Pilsner Urquell and Budweiser/Budvar.

Restaurant "Zum Schwejk"
Alfons Paquet Straße 4
65183 Wiesbaden

A Cafe with a view!

by shrimp56 about Cafe near Old City Hall

One thing I noticed in Wiesbaden is that after businesses closed for the day cafes would spread out in front of, for example hairdressers or electronics shops. In this cafe the cafe existed during the day but, after the old city hall closed would spread out to cover the whole front!
From this cafe you can see the fountain, the new city hall and the State of Hesse building. There is also a market here several days a week.

Palace Square (Schlossplatz)

by Maria250

"..areas like the Palace Square (Schlossplatz) represent the intact cityscape, the lively cultural scene, and Wiesbaden's fascinating flair.."

As for any regular sightseeing tours pls check out the link below!


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Address: Aukammallee 19, Wiesbaden, Hesse, DE - 65191, Germany