Radisson Blu Schwarzer Bock Hotel, Wiesbaden


Don’t miss the chance to experience all that Wiesbaden has to offer. This historically and culturally vibrant city provides activities including museum visits, opera and theater performances, concerts, golf, and equestrian events.

The city attracts international attention for its expansive array of museums, including the Wiesbaden Town Museum, Museum of Television History and Roman Open Air Museum. Please visit the city's tourism web-site for information about museum opening hours and current exhibitions.

Opera, Theater and Concerts
Whether searching for classical music, plays or operas, patrons will have multiple shows to choose from every day during theater season. The bowling green in front of the Kurhaus Casino serves as the site of a star-studded annual concert. You can find more information about music and theater on the city's tourism website.

Day Trip Destinations
The city of Wiesbaden’s surroundings include the hills of the Taunus Mountains and the Rheingau wine region. Take Germany’s oldest water-powered cable train, the Nerobergbahn, to the top of Wiesbaden’s Neroberg hill. From here, guests can admire beautiful views of the city or explore the fortresses, castles, and vineyards of the Rhiengau region, intersected by the widest section of the Rhine River. You can learn more about sightseeing in Weisbaden on the city's tourism website.

Golf and Sports
The Rheingau region offers golfing opportunities for all skill levels. Wiesbaden Golf Club, Germany’s oldest course, provides stunning views of the state capital of Hess. Numerous tennis courts and centers make it easy to engage in a match. Elite equestrian competitions are held at Schlosspark Biebrich. Wiesbaden also hosts the Iron Man event. For more information on golfing and other sports and leisure activities, visit the city's tourism website.

One of Germany’s most popular shopping destinations, Wiesbaden’s historic buildings serve as storefronts for designer labels as well as local stores. The upscale Wilhelmstrasse and many quaint side streets provide opportunities to find the perfect gift or simply to wander. Learn more about markets and festivals on the city's tourism website.

Wiesbaden Tourist Card
The Wiesbaden Tourist Card lets guests explore the Hessian state capital individually or in groups of up to five. Travel for free on Wiesbaden public transport for two consecutive days (fare zone 65) and to Frankfurt Airport (fare zone 5090). Take part in city tours and boat trips, visit pools, and explore theater, sports and leisure facilities. Single tickets cost EUR 12,50, and group tickets are EUR 23,50. For more information about the tourist card, contact the hotel.