Wiesbaden is a city in the west of Germany and is one of the oldest spa towns in Europe, famous for its thermal springs and spa. Wiesbaden translates to meadow baths, a reference to its 26 hot springs however, only 14 of these springs are flowing today. It is said that these thermal springs were used by the Romans hundreds of years ago.
The Kaiser Friedrich Therme is the spa located in the centre of the city. It provides many treatments such as oil massages, oriental mud baths and a soft pack experience. This spa resort doesn’t admit swimsuits and so every Tuesday only women are allowed entry.