The Opelbad in Wiesbaden lies on the southern slope of the Neroberg. It is easily reached with the Nerobergbahn, a small railway running up and down the mountainside.
This bathhouse was originally completed in June of 1934. Two years later, the pool was extended to reach a length of 65 metres, also including a non-swimmer area. Having undergone extensive renovation in 1995, the pool’s water is today held at a temperature of 24 °C thanks to the use of solar technology. Further attractions include a water slide, a paddling pool, three ping-pong tables, a beach volleyball court and a Finnish sauna.
The adjacent restaurant is open to everyone, not just bathhouse guests. It offers diners particularly beautiful panorama views of the surrounding area.