The Kaiser-Friedrich Therme is a beautiful and relaxing bathing palace. Opened in 1913, it was built to resemble the luxurious buildings of ancient Greece and Rome. The bathing here is textile free (woman's day: Tuesday) and entrance fee is 31.50 DM for 4 hours. Health services ranging from massages to soft packs cost extra.
A bit away of the main centre is Dürerplatz, whith this interesting house.
Emser Strasse (nr. 75) is a few meters to the right of it.
This full facade painting can be easily found as the building it is painted on is standing at the central Schlossplatz (Castle Square) beside the Old City Hall.
This beautifully painted facade is a piece of art by Wall in Colours.
(behind the Karstadt multi-storey car park)
Leave it to the kid to find this one. Clearly the artist had a breast fetish! On the other hand the restaurant looks like a nice place for a lazy summer lunch.
Numerous producers of German wine and sparkling wine are located in and around Wiesbaden. On Wiesbaden's doorstep is the Rheingau winegrowing region.
After a hard workingweek the "natives" jump in their car and drive in the Taunus Mountains which are less then 30km away.