The items listed below contain countless pictures and stories revolving around Wiesbaden. The Wiesbaden tourist information centre invites you to browse through the entire product range.
Perpetual calendar with 70 calendar pages including 12 pages with photos from Wiesbaden, and 90 pages fot notes, addresses and birthdays. 160 pages in all, elastic rubber band.
Wiesbaden – Hessian State capital between Rhine and Taunus region
A beautiful coffee table sized book in a bilingual edition (German, English). Photography by Wolfgang Eckhardt.
DuMont travel publishers have published a new illustrated guide entitled "Wiesbaden Rheingau". It is available from the tourist information centre.
WiesbadenMomente: The Neroberg and its Russian Church
trilingual edition: German, Russian and English
Wiesbadener Momente: Wiesbaden
Photos and explanations in English, German and French for the most famous sights in Wiesbaden.
Wiesbaden for old friends and new
A tour through the city with photos and explanations in English. Photography by Wolfgang Eckhardt.
Wiesbaden – An expedition with EKKO the giant
A children\'s book that can also be enjoyed by adults.
Wonderland – The Americans in Wiesbaden
The citizens of Wiesbaden owe a lot to those who liberated their city and have become friends today, even though this relationship may not always have been free from tensions. Many hitherto unpublished photographs were used to illustrate reports by publicist Hans-Dieter Schreeb, historian Walter Mühlhausen, and key witnesses to history, offering a delightful review of the time since 1945 when Wiesbadeners and Americans became neighbours. Author: Dr Helmut Müller
CDs and DVDs
CD "The Wiesbaden Song"
A CD featuring four different versions of the "Wiesbaden Song" by "Sixpack & a Girl", the winner of the Wiesbaden Song Contest. "With this song, we have made a contribution to appreciate this wonderful city and its people in a very special way." (Sixpack & a Girl)
CD "Wiesbaden, my Town"
A CD featuring eleven unforgettable songs by Michael Senzig (opera and operetta singer, tenor) and Wolfgang Nieß (classical, swing, jazz and pop pianist).