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For 5€, the train takes you to the top of the hill where the Russian Orthodox Church and the Nerotal Park is. The view of Wiesbaden is amazing and there is also a nice restaurant. A relaxing and romantic place for a picnic date.
Take the water powered funicular = Nerobergbahn. There is a Russian Orthodox Church on top was built in memory of Russian Princess Elisabeth Michailowna and her first child, neither of whom survived childbirth by her husband Duke Adolph von Nassau. There is a circular ring...More
The train which is powered by water is worth taking at least once.
Great place to take visitors, at the top is a nice restaurant/cafe, great views a Forrest climbing park & great walks through the forest
To the top we went, all 8 of us, spanning three generations. It was a first time for five of us out-of-towners and a second time for the Frankfurt based host family. It is an experience not to be missed, how gravity and simple engineering...More
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.