Wiesbaden‘s farmers‘ market held in Dern‘sches Gelände every Wednesday and Saturday offers a broad selection of seasonal and regional products. A special flair and an inviting atmosphere are characteristic features of this market in the midst of a historical setting. Walking through the old town, known as the "Schiffchen" because of its bow-shaped layout, you will reach the Bergkirchenviertel quarter. Its mix of contemporary and historical architecture, winding streets and trendy outdoor dining has long since turned it into a hip district.
The charm exerted by Taunusstraße is based on its historicist facades that have been almost completely preserved. A walk along this street, past galleries, art and design shops, takes you to Wilhelmstraße, which is also referred to as the “Rue“. Numerous elegant boutiques and furnishing shops make shoppers‘ hearts beat faster. If you need a break, just stop by for refreshments at one of the cafés, restaurants, or bars. You may also consider Café Blum and the neighbouring Quellenviertel quarter.