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Stuttgart Travel Guide

Stuttgart, a multifaceted city that has so much to offer for tourists. It is known as a cultural metropolis, birthplace of the car industry, a political and economical center of the federal state Baden-Württemberg. The combination of history-charged sights and cutting-edge technologies, scenic valleys, and vineyards attracts numerous travelers. Here we want to list the most important highlights of this impressive town.

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The best time to visit

A trip to Stuttgart is definitely worthwhile at any time of the year. The cultural life of this town is very diverse: such events as the lights festival, the animation festival, or the ballet in the park take place in spring and summer, whereas the Cannstatter Wasen in autumn, and Christmas markets in winter, being the main attractions.

The high season in Stuttgart is from April to October. The warmest month is July with an average temperature of 23 °C, whilst the lowest temperature (2 °C) is typical for January.

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Top attractions

The old castle

The old castle

Travelers who would like to get an insight into the origins of Stuttgart history should take into account the old castle. It dates back to the 10th century and is a former ancestral seat of the counts and dukes of Württemberg. Today, it houses the state museum, which represents more than 1000 years of local history.

The new castle

Another magnificent building is situated in close proximity to the old castle, namely the new castle. It was built between 1746 and 1807 as a residence of kings and dukes of Wuerttemberg.

Today, the Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Culture of Baden-Württemberg are located here. The castle square that is situated between two palaces is the most popular meeting point as well as a venue for numerous open-air-festivals, among which the International Festival of Animated Film (late April / early May).

The Koenigstrasse

The main street of Stuttgart is also considered as one of the most beloved shopping miles not only in the town but also in the whole of Germany. It extends for 1.2 km and offers various shops, malls, cafes, restaurants, and relaxing areas.

The Stuttgart TV Tower (Stuttgarter Fernsehturm)

The Stuttgart TV Tower

If you are looking for the best viewing platform in Stuttgart, you should certainly climb up to the Stuttgart TV Tower. The 216.61 m provides an unforgettable panoramic view of the city and surroundings. With good weather, you can even see the Black Forest or the Swabian Alb.

The Mercedes-Benz Museum and the Porsche Museum

Stuttgart is a city of the car industry that can boast of 2 significant museums, namely the Mercedes-Benz Museum and the Porsche Museum.

Car fans can follow more than 100 years of history by viewing 160 vehicles and 1,500 exhibits in the Mercedes-Benz Museum and more than 80 vehicles and countless small exhibits in the Porsche Museum.

The Stuttgart State Gallery

Admirers of art shouldn't miss a chance to visit the Stuttgart State Gallery. Its collection includes paintings by Pablo Picasso, Paul Gauguin, Rubens, Rembrandt, and other outstanding artists from the 14th century to the present day. The new gallery is particularly worth seeing, the facade of which is an aesthetic pleasure.

The Stuttgart funicular

This is an indispensable part of Stuttgart's history that keeps fascinating visitors from all over the world today - the wooden cable car, which is considered to be the first funicular in Germany with automatic control. Those who want to experience the authentic atmosphere of the vehicle, which has been driven since 1929, should certainly take a trip.

Traditionelle Gerichte

kässpätzle

Stuttgart is not only a political but also a gastronomic center of the state of Baden-Württemberg. Spätzle and maultaschen play a special role in Swabian cuisine. Kässpätzle and maultaschen filled with meat are extremely popular with both locals and tourists. Among other must-try dishes are main courses such as flädlesuppe, Swabian zwiebelrostbraten, lentils with spaetzle and strings, as well as apple fritters for those with a sweet tooth.

Besides, the Stuttgart market hall is also worth a visit because you can not only buy fresh delicacies here but also enjoy your meal in several restaurants.

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How to get there

By plane

If you arrive by plane, you can choose Stuttgart Airport, which has 4 terminals, as a destination. To get from the airport to downtown, you can take a tram, which is located in Terminal 1. The journey takes about 25 minutes.

By train

You can also use the Deutsche Bahn train connections. The journey from Frankfurt and Munich takes approx. 2 hours. You can also easily reach Stuttgart from other European cities, the journey time from Paris or Zurich is only 3 hours.

By car

You can reach Stuttgart via the motorways A8 (E52): Karlsruhe - Stuttgart - Munich with the exits Stuttgart-Vaihingen / Zentrum, Stuttgart-Degerloch / Zentrum and Stuttgart-Flughafen and A 81 (E41): Bodensee - Singen - Rottweil - Stuttgart - Heilbronn - Würzburg with the exits Stuttgart-Vaihingen / Zentrum (from the direction of Lake Constance), Stuttgart-Feuerbach / Zentrum (from the direction of Würzburg), Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen / Zentrum (from the direction of Würzburg).

By bus

As Stuttgart is an important hub in Baden-Württemberg, numerous bus companies offer their services here. To get to Stuttgart by bus, you can use the long-distance bus routes from FlixBus, FlixTrain, BlaBlaBus, Distribusion, Deutsche Bahn, Eurolines Germany. You can get more information from the respective bus providers.

Accommodation options

Stuttgart offers tourists a variety of accommodation options. The most suitable districts for the price-performance ratio and infrastructure are Stuttgart-Mitte, Stuttgart-Ost, and Bad Cannstatt.

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● The Arcotel Camino Stuttgart is only a 10-minute walk from the main shopping mile - Königstraße and offers a bar/lounge, business center, and allergy-friendly rooms.
● The Hotel Azenberg is preferred by many travelers thanks to its wellness area, swimming pool, fitness club, and allowed pets.
● At the Relexa Waldhotel Schatten, travelers can enjoy amenities such as a fitness center and sauna, a 24-hour business center, and tour assistance.
Since the Hotel Unger has an included breakfast buffet, dry cleaning service, a favorable location, and is pet-friendly, it is chosen by many tourists.

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