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WiesbadenGermany

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City Overview

Wiesbaden is the capital of the federal state of Hesse and is its second largest retail market after Frankfurt. The city is famous for its Wilhelminian period buildings and its spa and health facilities. This makes the city one of the most attractive residential markets in Hesse, which enjoys a high purchasing power.

Wiesbaden is the gateway to the wine and tourism region Rheingau and attracts a high number of tourists. In addition to the public sector, the champagne and beverage industry is important for the city’s economy. Since 2015, the city has accomodated the headquarters of the US Armed Forces in Europe.
Wiesbaden’s retail market is dominated by the two major high streets Kirchgasse and the subsequent Langgasse, which are home to all major national and international retailers. Together with Marktstrasse, Mauergasse, Goldgasse and the up-market streets Wilhelmstrasse and Burgstrasse, Wiesbaden city center is a unique retail market.

Things to do

See

Work

Kirchgasse with Luisen Forum, Langgasse, Schlossplatz, Dern'sches Gelände, Lilien-Carré


Rest

Warmer Damm, Kurhaus, Kurpark & Kuranlagen, Rettbergsaue & Petersaue, Schloss & Schlosspark Biebrich, Museum Wiesbaden, Schloss Freudenberg


And be seen

Eat

Weinhaus Sinz Restaurant, Bäckerbrunnen, Restaurant Ente, Opelbad, Der Andechser, Gasthof Jagdschloss Platte, Die Waffel, hugo & tilda, Café Maldana, Käfer’s Bistro, Webers Wikinger, Die Hütte, Restaurant Treibhaus


Drink

Lumen, Sherry&Port, Café Klatsch, Weinkeller Altes Rathaus, Café Del Sol, Manoamano, Bar no. One, Brown Sugar, Zum Schweinefuss, Taverne Tichero, Murphy's Pub, Weinstube zum Bacchus


Be Merry

Hessisches Staatstheater, Literaturhaus Villa Clementine, Schlachthof, Park Cafè Wiesbaden, Britta Arena, Kammerspiele Wiesbaden, kuenstlerhaus43