A Top Attraction of Wiesbaden, Germany

Nerobergbahn funicular pic
Nerobergbahn funicular
Image: tripadvisor.com

Maxine Hepfer holds a bachelor’s degree in hotel administration and a minor in real estate from Cornell University. Today, she works in the Transaction Real Estate (TRE) group of the Transaction Advisory Services arm of Ernst and Young. Maxine Hepfer’s mother is from Wiesbaden, and she spent a lot of time with her extended German family growing up.

Wiesbaden has a population of around 273,000. Located between the Rhine River and the Taunus Mountains, the city is in a valley that used to be known for its spas and gambling. Nowadays, Wiesbaden offers a good mix of parks, sights, landmarks, and tours.

According to TripAdvisor, the number-one attraction in Wiesbaden is the Nerobergbahn funicular. This railway connects Wiesbaden to Neroberg hill and is one of the only funiculars left that is propelled by water. The Nerobergbahn offers tourists panoramic views of the city.

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