Wiesbaden is the state capital of Hesse and is situated in the immediate vicinity of Mainz, the state capital of Rheinland-Palatinate. With numerous thermal and mineral springs, Wiesbaden is one of the oldest health spas in Europe. The town is one of the centres of the Rhein-Main region and has many sights and cultural events to offer visitors and tourists. The Historisches Fünfeck is the historical core of the state capital and preserves a certain charm with the town’s castle, the adjacent castle square and the Marktkirche.
Hesse’s state capital is economically important due to its numerous businesses from the most diverse sectors. In addition to its busy health spas, Wiesbaden is also known in the media industries, for example for the leading organisation of the German film industry or the Friedrich-Wilhelm-Murnau foundation.
Bus stops "Dernsches Gelände"/"Wilhelmstraße"/"Friedrichstraße":
From the railway station using bus lines 1, 4, 8, 14, 16 and 27.
From the motorway (A66, 643, 671), head in the direction of Wiesbaden Innenstadt/Bahnhof (city centre/railway station). From the railway station, turn right onto Bahnhofstraße and then turn right onto Friedrichstraße. Here, you can use the car park at the market, for example.
Other car parks: KARSTADT car park at Kirchgasse 35. The walk from there is approx. 10 minutes. Or the theatre car park at Paulinenstraße 18. The walk from there is approx. 5 minutes.