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My family and I are new to the area and wanted to take a short day trip in the city. We took the 1888 Nerobergbahn Funicular up into the hills above the city. At the top we found awesome views of Wiesbaden. There is a...More
The Nerobergbahn is a marvel of historic engineering leading to the top of the Neroberg. Operating since the 1800s, the train is powered by gravity (yes really). At the top station are parks and a restaurant.
We liked this funicular as they didn't pack you in like sardines and the windows were lowered to bring in air. The ride up is quick, but it is the best way to get up to the church and very scenic as well.
The funicular is 'powered' by water! Unique technical solution to go uphill. on top you have a great view across Wiesbaden and the public pool 'Nerobergbad' is in walking distance. Have a swim overlooking the city.
Water is used to get the upper waggon down and pulling the lower waggon up. Unique Experience. You get a nice view over Wiesbaden and access to some nice places including the russian orthodox church with the golden roofs
My husband and I headed up to the top via the rail car on a Sunday. A one way ticket is 4€ for an adult(we walked down). The ride takes about 3 minutes. We headed over to the Orthodox Church which is beautiful (you had...More
Easy way to go up the hill. Worth the view at the top to see Wiesbaden and Russian Orthodox Church. Opelbad is now open and is best view from a pool in town. Another option is to get the one way up and then walk...More
The funicular is cool. It is fun to do once or when showing people around town. I believe it is one of two left in operation and young kids seem to love it. The views are nice. I prefer to walk up and then go...More