Luisenhof Hotel

Bahnhofstrasse 7, Wiesbaden, Hesse, 65185, Germany
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stork nest in Schierstein (Wiesbaden)stork nest in Schierstein (Wiesbaden)

Train we took to Koblenz, and later to FrankfurtTrain we took to Koblenz, and later to Frankfurt

Full facade painting at SchlossplatzFull facade painting at Schlossplatz

Schiller monument behind the Hessian State TheatreSchiller monument behind the Hessian State Theatre

Forum Posts

Buchenwald Memorial

by hermonyehuda

How can I go from Wiesbaden to Buchenwald by train or by bus?

thank you for your prompt answer

Re: Buchenwald Memorial

by abalada

DB timetable
http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en
From: Wiesbaden
To: Buchenwald Gedenkstaette

a) you can go there only on a combination of trains and bus
b) I hope you did not hat the idea that this is close to Wiesbaden. Travel time is 4-5 hours one way.

Re: Buchenwald Memorial

by Kathrin_E

Buchenwald is near Weimar, not Wiesbaden - did you mix up these two?

Travel Tips for Wiesbaden

christmas market

by Kristina1701

every year around Christmas there's a christmas market in the center of Wiesbaden. But I only recommend visiting it to people who've never been to one before 'cause actually it's nothing special and the nicer/better ones are in the smaller towns and villages anyway.

Public Tennis Courts in Wiesbaden

by Weissdorn

For tennis sport fans, there is a small number of public tennis courts available where you can play without having to be a member. The municipal sport authority or the local tourist office can help you get an appointment to play at one of these local courts:

1. Sporthalle Wiesbaden, Klarenthaler Stra?e, 2 artificial surface courts, Phone: (0049-611) 312279
2. Sportanlage Gr?selberg, W?rther-See-Stra?e, 2 artificial grass courts, Phone: (0049-611) 312102
3. Sportanlage Saareck, Saarbr?cker Allee, Wiesbaden-Schierstein, 2 artificial grass courts, Phone: (0049-611) 318477
4. Bezirkssportanlage Kastel, Jakob-Schick-Stra?e, Kastel, 1 artificial grass court, Phone: (0049-6134) 603349 Bring your own balls and racquets.

Court fees are as follows: Monday-Friday (except for holidays) from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. - 4 Euro for every hour; 6.50 Euro for hours outside this period.

Sporthalle Gr?selberg has floodlighted courts, and can be used until 10 p.m., They only charge 2 Euro per hour.

You can obtain court tickets from the local tennis court managers from Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., or for the courts for the Sporthalle Wiesbaden you can get them on Saturdays between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Uhrturm - Clock tower

by robertbaum

The clock tower is not existing anymore but you can find traces, like the Restaurant Uhrturm that was built on its former location and a sign at the restaurant stating the fact of its former existence.

It was first mentioned in 1453 as a bell tower originally to give alarm in the case of a fire. Later in the 16th century a clockwork was installed with a clock face on two sides. In the 19th century the gap between the clock tower and the adjacent buildings, measuring a mere 3 metre, became too narrow for horse carts, so the clock tower was finally dismantled in 1873. In the same year the restaurant was opened.

Address:
Restaurant Uhrturm
Marktstr. 15
65183 Wiesbaden
Tel. +49 611 373030

People watching while drinking

by mauro_pd about Havanna

Havanna can be found in the very central square in Wiesbaden, close to the Town Hall (RatHaus): it's an easy-access trendy place where u can eat, drink, listen to some music and so on ...
Actually it's not so easy to explain ... but something I always like is large spaces, and Havanna is really large without being noisy or oversized.

the new townhall

by chancay

This building on the southeast side of the Schlossplatz has been constructed between 1884 and 1887 by Georg von Hauberrisser. During the WWII in February 1945 the neo-renaissance facade has been destructed. The front has been rebuilt in 1951 in a more decent way.
Inside the town hall you find changing art exhibitions.

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