Ladies, looking for a night out without men tagging along? If you’re in Wiesbaden, you’re in luck. And with a little more luck, you just might end the evening with more money in your pocket than when you started (implausible for sure, but it could happen…)
Lights twinkling above the beloved holiday stands, the Tannenbaum (Christmas tree) adorned with red and gold ornaments, the aroma of roasted chestnuts filling the air and a cup of Glühwein warming up your cold, almost numb hand — nothing puts us more in a holly, jolly mood than
Wiesbaden’s famed Sternschnuppenmarkt, or Twinkling Star Market, is a beautiful Christmas market by any measure, so it’s little wonder visitors flock to it from all around Germany, far-flung corners of Europe, and aro
Photographic reproductions of business letters dating back to the early 1940s, blueprints, and black and white snapshots of factories and the people who worked there aren’t, at first glance, compelling material for a museum exhibit.
Ah, Saturdays. A day for sleeping in. Unless, of course, there’s something to get up for. Wiesbaden and Mainz residents can be convinced to shed their PJs for outerwear and head out their doors to troll for bargains at flea markets and meet up with friends for brunch at farmer’s markets.
For some cinema enthusiasts, A-list actors, dazzling special effects and blaring surround-sound stereo are essential elements to the viewing experience. Picture, however, an altogether different scenario.
Come and let the USO help you discover Germany through wine. We will explore a brief history of wine in Germany, talk about the 13 wine regions, and feature some wines from a specific region for you to sample. This month we will discuss sparkling wines from Germany!