Visit Wiesbaden and its Palace Square by train

Located just 40 kilometres from Frankfurt, Wiesbaden is an inviting town famous for its thermal springs. Book your tickets to Wiesbaden with Deutsche Bahn.

Thermal springs and stunning architecture in Wiesbaden

Wiesbaden, the capital of Hesse, has a long history as a spa town; the spring waters here are known around the world for their health benefits. Choose from any number of restorative locations around Wiesbaden. The beautiful Fountain Colonnade in the spa district (Kurbezirk) was built in 1907. The massive portico is truly outstanding. The imposing Kurhaus is nearby. In the Aukammtal spa district, the Kochbrunnen is a favourite among Germans for its fifteen hot springs. In the same district, the Kaiser Friedrich Bath is just as relaxing today as it was when it opened in 1913. If you want to take a break from the pampering, a stroll through the historic Marktplaz or a short trip to the Biebrich Schloss, a gorgeous Baroque palace, is well worth your time.

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Sit back and relax: ride the rails to Wiesbaden

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Getting to Wiesbaden is simple with Deutsche Bahn. Tickets are always affordable and connections are convenient. Book a flexible fare (Flexpreis) ticket for the ultimate convenience: pay one price and take any train or trains that best suit your timetable while the ticket is valid. Should you opt to take a more expensive train, simply pay the difference. Saver fare (Sparpreis) tickets to Wiesbaden are also available; choose a specific date and train and lock into prices as low as 21,50 euros for a one-way, second-class ticket!

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