Wiesbaden travel guide

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You're Going to Love Wiesbaden

Once known by the ancient Romans as "Aquis Mattiacis," Wiesbaden has been renowned as a spa city for centuries, with 14 hot springs you can still enjoy today and a relaxed small city pace. The charmingly restored city center is full of elegant neo-classical architecture to explore. Set against the Rheingau wine-growing region along the Rhine River, you'll find a delicious scene of food and drink in the city to tempt any palate.

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When to Visit Wiesbaden

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With its seasonal climate and relatively cold winters, most visitors come to Wiesbaden from spring through fall, between April and October, when temperatures range from about 60 to 75 degrees on average.

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Where to Stay in Wiesbaden

Soak up the local color with the restored 19th-century exterior and charming courtyard of the Hotel Aurora, featuring a convenient central location. Stay in contemporary luxury at the Mercure Hotel Wiesbaden City, and enjoy sunny summer days on the terrace.

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Shopping Streets

You'll find a range of shopping opportunities along Wilhelmstrasse, and in pretty Art Deco and neo-classical buildings along Taunusstrasse in the downtown area, including national and international brands, antiques and art shops, boutiques, vintage clothing, and other specialties.

Groceries and Other

REWE has several locations across the city, along with Penny and many other smaller, independent grocery stores. A quart of milk should cost about EUR0.75 and a dozen eggs should run about EUR1.75.

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Where to Eat in Wiesbaden

Enjoy the finest European cuisine in lovely surroundings at Michelin-starred ENTE, where a 4-course menu starts at EUR115. For delicious German-style fast food, including Currywurst (sausage with curry-flavored ketchup), try Curry Manufaktur, where main dishes start at EUR11.