The Hessian state capital Wiesbaden currently has approx. 290,000 inhabitants.
At the headquarters of the Federal Criminal Police Office, the Federal Election Commissioner and the Federal Statistical Office, people from 167 nations live.
The “Nice of the North” was at times the summer residence of Emperor Wilhelm II and was also called “Kaiserstadt”. No wonder, since Wiesbaden with its hot springs is one of the warmest cities in Germany.
14 hot springs in the city center.
For years, cyclists in the city did not have it easy. In the meantime, Wiesbaden has not only given up the red lantern as the “most bicycle-unfriendly” city, but has even climbed into the top 10 as “Catcher of the Year” in 2020.