Wiesbaden in considered the main city of the district that has the same name. The district is referred to a German province Hessen-Nassau and is located 5 km away from the Rheine River. In 2005 the population of this city estimated 286 thousands of people. Wiesbaden is also one of the oldest resorts of Germany.
The city is located in a kettle that reliably protects Wiesbaden from cold winds, making this place famous for its mild climate with an average yearly temperature of +10,5C. Besides that fact there are many underground hot springs that do not let the ground to get cold. These peculiarities have made it possible to create a resort here.
Because of these hot springs (there are over 900 of them in Wiesbaden) the resort successfully cures people sick in skin tuberculosis, gout, rheumatic joint diseases and other joint-related problems caused by effusion.
Here you will also be able to drink famous Kochbrunnen water. In small portions this water increases the producing of saliva, releases mucus in respiratory tracts, and works as a diuretic. These functions of the water are widely used in respiratory and viral infections. In large portions Kochbrunnen has an aperient effect.