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Hunsruckstr.2, Wiesbaden, Hesse, 65205, Germany
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Anyone been to Wiesbaden?

by BarryAir

I am planning a trip to Wiesbaden...in October....also want to see Berlin, and hop over to Austria....my main focus is on WW2 Aviation and such.....hope to visit the Eagles nest...any Ideas would be apreciated...Barry in Louisiana

RE: Anyone been to Wiesbaden?

by altamiro

Why Wiesbaden, then? Go to Munich or Salzburg, from there Berchtesgaden ("Eagles nest") is easily accessed, Austrian borde is right there too. Than you can go to Berlin, either direct or with detour to Wiesbaden. Depends how many days you have in germany.

Concerning aviation, Munich is a good idea either.. there are WW2 planes on display in Deutsches Museum, and in Oberschleissheim there is the "Flugwerft", a formaer airplane factory which is a museum now.

RE: Anyone been to Wiesbaden?

by abalada


For the most interesting displays on WW2 avation you have to look elsewhere. The few planes which survived in Germany had been mostly brought abroad.

~ 1,5 hours south of Wiesbaden there is the Technik Museum in Speyer and Sinsheim.
and Speyer as such is always worth a visit

In Berlin there is the Deutsches Technik Museum Berlin with a just recently opened new building on avitation.

In Munich there is the Flugwerft Schleißheim, a branch of the Deutsches Museum Munich (a very large technical museum).

Berchtesgadener Land
Documentation Center Obersalzberg
Kehlsteinhaus (Kehlstein is the name of the mountain, haus = house - Eagle's Nest is not used/translated in/from German)

RE: RE: Anyone been to Wiesbaden?

by BarryAir

thanks for the great tips!I have to start out in Wiesbaden because my wifes sister lives there.....the flugworks place sounds interesting to me....


RE: RE: Anyone been to Wiesbaden?

by altamiro

As you probably land in Frankfurt, it would work out well... but it takes quite a while to get around...

Travel Tips for Wiesbaden

New Year's fireworks

by merak

The greatest public event (besides of some organ concerts in several churches before 0:00h) takes part on the big square in front of the Kurhaus. There is the main concentration of fireworking people. Therefore, not indicated if you suffer from the fire's fumes, fear street firework or have difficulties to walk (street closed to traffic). Few minutes after 0:00h, the official firework starts synchronised to a musical broadcast.

Rheingau Wine Tour

by missbean

Take some time to tour around the wine towns around Wiesbaden.A walk in the vineyards is breath-taking and relaxing for the mind. To name a few, Martinsthal, Eltville, Walluf. All within 10-15mins away drive from Wiesbaden. These towns are also reachable by bus from Wiesbaden. Frequency is slow though. Wine-tasting is also available at many weingut (wine restaurants). U may purchase wine (Riesling being the most common) on the spot too.

Come during August-October season as this time, there will be wine-festival in these small towns and new wine are being femented and introduced as 'federwesser'.

Outdoor elegance

by shrimp56 about L'Orangerie

We went here for a lovely dinner. Inside is an elegant restaurant, but outside on the summer terrace is more relaxed. The service was gracious and attentive, but not stuffy. The tomato soup I had was delicious -- the ciabatta sandwich very fresh.

Convenient for the Hesse State Theater

by shrimp56 about Wagner Bistro Wilhemstrasse

Nemorino brought this restaurant to my attention as we walked around the city together. It is well located for attending events at the Hesse State Theatre, but right now, with the "big dig" underway for the new parking lot in the Kurhaus/theater area it might be less than enchanting.

Market Church

by Maria250

"The churches in Wiesbaden symbolize, in a very special way, the social and architectural development of this city, which is the capital city of the state of Hesse. The Market Church was deliberately erected opposite the City Palace as a symbol of the thriving bourgeoisie in the Duchy of Nassau; with its almost 100-meter tall main steeple, it continues to dominate the cityscape.."

"This Market Church, built in 1852-62, is the main Protestant church in Wiesbaden. The brick building in Neogothic style on Schlossplatz has three naves and five slim towers, the one in the centre is 90 meters high. This makes the church the highest building of Wiesbaden."


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