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We took this sky tram up to the church and enjoyed it very much. They didn't pack you in like sardines, the ticket line moved quickly and they didn't pick at us when one of the group lost their ticket for the ride down. The...More
This area invites to go for a stroll and enjoy the views down the mountain. The Russian church is an interesting building from the outside. On Sundays church services are taking place. Female visitors will have to don headscarves and long skirts( available at the...More
Beautiful combination of sightseeing, history, nature, outdoors, children & adults activities. Great way to pass a day in Wiesbaden and feel you are in the countryside. A small hill in the middle of the city with everything you want, within a few minutes walk from...More
A great place to hike to. It is a short one but worth it. The view and the history of the place is interesting. I see it as a good escape and a fantastic picnicking spot.
Many activities can be found there like swimming, eating...More
Neroberg can be reached by 15 minutes walk from from the city center piedestral zone through goregous park with small lake and than with Neroban (cca 4€ per ticket) which offers unique experince and view over Wiesbaden. On top you will find huge park, old...More
Located on the northern outskirts of the Wiesbaden, it’s a popular destination at 245-meter (800 ft) high mountain offering fantastic, popular hiking trails from the city center to the summit. It´s easy to reach on foot or, even better, on the Neroberg Mountain Railway. We...More
The area around the Neroberg is great for a stroll and the best views of Wiesbaden. It is easily accessible by using the Nerobergbahn or by car. We like to walk there and enjoy the views and have a drink at the restaurant. There is...More
I went with my older mother and five year old daughter. We caught the neroberg train up the hill. It’s 10€ for a family ticket and you can have up to 4 children. Since my daughter is under 6, she’s free. Adults cost 4,50€, so...More
I was just in the Neroberg area today on a stroll with my dog. With the exception of the Russian Orthodox Church grounds (which does not permit dogs), the area is lovely, peaceful, forested and very suitable to take a dog... More
I was just in the Neroberg area today on a stroll with my dog. With the exception of the Russian Orthodox Church grounds (which does not permit dogs), the area is lovely, peaceful, forested and very suitable to take a dog. One word of caution and some advice: some parts of the forested area we walked through were quite muddy, so you might want to take a towel or something to clean his paws after your walk if you'll be transporting him in your car. Also, I didn't notice any fountains or other places to offer the dog a drink, so you may also want to carry water with you - and some bags for cleaning up his messes as there weren't any gassibox bags in the area we walked.