Wiesbaden The Essential
The city's 26 salty springs were exploited as early as Roman times. In the Middle Ages Wiesbaden was known as «Wisibada» (spa in the meadows). Lying at the foot of the Taunus massif, the capital ciy of Hesse offers visitors a great variety of different facets: the refined atmosphere of a spa town, the elegance and charming surroundings of a capital . Equipped to the standards of a modern health resort, Weisbaden and its spas enjoy an excellent reputation among those who suffer from rheumatism.
Emperor Wilhelm II described this
This fountain is made up of fifteen
The old town hall comprises a ground