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Wiesbaden Hauptbahnhof (Hbf) is situated in the southern part of Wiesbaden inner city, on the southern side of the Ring Street (on Kaiser-Friedrich-Ring, near the place where it becomes Gustav-Stresemann-Ring). It is linked with the main central area (Marktplatz, Schlossplatz) by Bahnhofstrasse (Train Station Street) – it is about 10 minutes walk. Parallel to Bahnhofstrasse, each on one side, are Friedrich-Ebert-Allee and Adolfsallee.
Streets that go from the Ring to the south, parallel to the railroad tracks, are Biebricher Allee (in the west), Salzbachstrasse (small street in the east), and Mainzerstrasse (big street in the east). There is a shopping centre linked immediately to the train station. One block away there is Luther Church.
The bus stop named Hauptbahnhof is located at the junction of Kaiser-Friedrich-Ring/Gustav-Stresemann-Ring and Friedrich-Ebert-Allee. There are about 15 bus lines serving this stop, with connections to all key parts of Wiesbaden.
Wiesbaden Train Station is connected to the high-speed corridor between Cologne and Frankfurt by a 13 km long branch. There are numerous ICE trains to destinations including especially Mainz, Frankfurt Airport, Frankfurt, Mannheim, Stuttgart, and many other cities in all parts of Germany.
The station is also served by may regional trains. It is the terminus of 3 Rhein-Main S-Bahn lines (S1, S8, and S9).
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