We'd been told this was a must-see, and we're glad we checked it out. We took the funicular up--very short ride but fun way to get up the hill. As soon as you arrive, you see a gazebo that overlooks the city. I see this gazebo in pics of Wiesbaden all the time. My favorite was the Russian church--absolutely gorgeous! We couldn't go in b/c a service was in session, but we heard the choir from outside and were mesmerized. I want to go back and sit in on a service and take it all in. The hike back from the church was uphill entirely, so if you have trouble with hikes, allow yourself some time--it's not very long but will get your heart pumping. There are inviting trails everywhere you look, a cafe up top that's mentioned in a lot of the reviews, and a very good restaurant with fantastic views (Wagner im Opelbad) near the Russian church. We also want to go back and do the Kletterwald ropes course as a family. This is a beautiful place to take in nature and Wiesbaden at the same time!
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