At 800 feet, Wiesbaden’s Hausberg isn’t exactly the tallest of mountains. This only makes the amount of sights and attractions on the southern slopes of the Taunus range even more attractive for the entire family. Whether wandering the hills and stopping off for a bite to eat on the panoramic terrace, wine tasting on the vineyards, visiting the public pools, the Russian church, the summer theater, or the climbing wall. We’d recommend taking the Nerobergbahn up to the top, which opened in 1888. It runs from Good Friday until the end of October.