Wiesbaden - Kirchgasse
Along with Langgasse lane Kirchgasse – a favorite address Wiesbaden for the shopaholics. This is the spot which hosts the most famous and expensive boutiques, jewelry stores and restaurants. By the way, Kirchgasse translated into English will sound as “church lane”. This title has appeared thanks to the temple Mauritiuskirche, which was burned down in 1850 and is now in its place there is a Mauritius-Square, which is no less beautiful. Rents in these areas are about 130 euros per square meter, which makes Kirchgasse the second most expensive place in Germany after Frankfurt.Despite this, Kirchgasse shopping center has been chosen by a huge number of shopaholics between 13.00 and 14.00.