Wiesbaden attracts with extensive parks, avenues, elegant villas as well as Gründerzeithäuser (buildings constructed between 1850 and 1914) and the beautiful Rhine River.
Besides from the major streets you find numerous small alleys with interesting shops like the one in this photo that sells Gummibärchen (colored small bears of gelatine).
This curch was built between 1852-1862 by Karl boos as basilica in Gothic style. The west tower with its 92 meters (302 ft) makes this church the highest building of Wiesbaden.
Regularly art exhibitions on Wiesbaden are held inside.
Mon. to Fri.: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sat. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The New City Hall was built between 1884 and 1887 according to the plans of Georg von Hauberisser. The Neo-Renaissance façade was destroyed by bombs in February of 1945 and restored in 1951.
Pay a visit to Neroberg in the upper part of Wiesbaden ... and look at those nice villas along the street to reach the top ...
Relaxing & elegant place for typical 'sunday's' trip.
Strolling, strolling, strolling ... enjoy the quiet but not-desert streets in the heart of the city.