Stuttgart is the state capital of Baden-Württemberg and with over 625,000 inhabitants is the sixth largest city in Germany. About 3.5 million people live in the Stuttgart area.
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Stuttgart has a total of 23 districts. These are divided into inner and outer districts. The districts are divided into districts.
Inner districts: Stuttgart-Mitte - Stuttgart-Nord - Stuttgart-Ost - Stuttgart-South - Stuttgart-West
- to the north-west: Botnang - Feuerbach - Weilimdorf
- in the north: Home - Zuffenhausen - Mühlhausen - Münster
- in the north-east: Bad Cannstatt
- to the east: Wangen - Untertürkheim - Obertürkheim - Hedelfingen
- on the filters in the south: Sillenbuch - Degerloch - Birkach - Möhringen - Plieningen - Vaihingen
neighboring municipalities: Kornwestheim, Remseck am Neckar, Fellbach, Rommelshausen, Esslingen, Ruit, Neuhausen on the Fildern, Filderstadt (location of the airport), Leinfelden-Echterdingen (location of the airport), Sindelfingen, Leonberg, Gerlingen, Ditzingen, Korntal-Münchingen, Möglingen. All neighboring municipalities belong to the region of Stuttgart.
Stuttgart was founded around 950 from a stud court of the Alemannic duke Liutolf. The town was given the rights of the town in the 13th century, when the marketers of Baden ruled the town. In the 14th century Stuttgart became Württemberg, and after the destruction of the Wirtemberg on the Rotenberg it became the capital of the county and the later duchy of Württemberg. Today, Stuttgart is the capital of Baden-Württemberg.
A special feature of Stuttgart is the large difference in altitude within the city area. The lowest point at 207 m is at the Neckarsluuse Hofen in the district of Mühlhausen, the highest is 549 m high, located in the district of Vaihingen near the motorway. The numerous hills mean that within the city there are greater differences in altitude with staircases, the stems.
1 Stuttgart (Manfred Rommel Airport, IATA: STR), Flughafen Straße 32, 70629 Stuttgart. Tel: +49 711 948-0, Fax: +49 711 948-2241, e-mail: [email protected]. Opened: 24/7
In Echterdingen, south of Stuttgart, there is the international airport Stuttgart, which is served by numerous airlines. There are both national and international scheduled and charter services. The airport is 27 minutes away by S2 and S3 subway lines from Stuttgart's main station for 2.90 € (2019 tariff). It is connected to the German and European road network by its own exit via the A8 motorway. The airport is also home to the Stuttgart Airport bus terminal (see below).
Stuttgart's main railway station is just 1¼ hours by train from Frankfurt/Main International Airport.
2 Stuttgart Central Station, Arnulf-Klett-Platz 2, 70173 Stuttgart. Opened: 24/7
The main railway station is located in the center of Stuttgart. It is part of the long-distance (ICE, EC and IC) network, as well as regional, most S-Bahn and some underground lines.
Since June 2007, there have been four direct TGV services to Paris (Gare de l'Est) via Strasbourg, which will be accessible in about 3 hours and 10 minutes. Other direct international connections take you to Zurich (2¾ hour journey) and Klagenfurt (7 hours 19 min.; on Salzburg: 4 hours 11 min).
ICE connections lead to Munich, Cologne via Frankfurt Airport, Hamburg and Berlin via Mannheim, Frankfurt am Main Hauptbahnhof and Hanover. The journey from Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof takes about 1¼ hours on schedule. Direct connections are also to Wuerzburg, Ulm, Lindau, Karlsruhe and Mannheim.
Due to the construction work for the Stuttgart 21 project, it is important to check the possible changes in the allocations of platforms before leaving a train and to expect that the construction work will result in times higher than the departure platform and the change-over, in particular between the S-Bahn (101 and 102) and regional and long-distance services (1-16) may be expected. It is easier to change trains from the highway to the S-Bahn already in Ludwigsburg, Waiblingen, Bad Cannstatt towards Hauptbahnhof, where you can change trains to the other S-Bahn lines. The Stadtmitte station is also well suited for a change-over as most travelers change trains at the main station. The possibility of having a seat is greater there.
3Stuttgart Airport bus terminal, building 346 (SAB), 70629 Stuttgart (located directly at Terminal 4 in the ground floor of the parking garage P 14 of Stuttgart Airport to Stuttgart public transport by S-Bahn S 2 and S 3). Tel: +49 711 948 5223, Fax: +49 711 948 5221. Since May 2016, the SAB with 18 bus platforms has been the central point of contact for the buses to Stuttgart. All major bus lines run to the terminal. The stop at Stuttgart Central Station has been canceled due to the construction work for the S 21. The interim stop at Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen and Stuttgart-Obertürkheim have not been activated since the SAB was commissioned. Opened: 24/7
On the street
Stuttgart is located on the motorways (Munich-Karlsruhe) and (Heilbronn-Singen). There are numerous excursions with fast connections to Stuttgart-Mitte. Unfortunately, these are very dusty during rush hours (new vineyards, B10, etc.).
- Many roads lead directly to the center of Stuttgart, but you should avoid them during rush hours. There are many parking garages in the city center, which are easily found thanks to a well-signposted parking management system.
- Stuttgart has a very good S-Bahn (S1-S6, S60) and city rail network (U1-U15), which is complemented by numerous bus lines. ・ route plan ・ composite route plan. The only inner-city cogwheel railway in Germany and a nostalgic funicular railway in Stuttgart are special features. During the weekend, buses and S-Bahn run all night long. For more information: Stuttgart
- Bicycle pick-ups on local trains, S-Bahn trains and light railways as well as in the cogwheel railway (uphill) are free of charge, except: A child's ticket must be canceled Monday-Friday from 6.00 am to 8.30 am. In the city railway, bicycle pick-ups are excluded from 06.00 to 08.30 Monday to Friday and from 16.30 to 18.30 hours. ・ VVS: bicycle
- Discounts for some attractions can be found in the Flyer Day ticket.
Stuttgart is part of the rather large Stuttgart (VVS) consortium, which includes four neighboring districts in addition to Stuttgart. Tickets are valid in the city railway, S-Bahn, bus, regional train (RB, RE) and can be purchased at ticket machines, at bus drivers, at VVS points of sale, partly online and as mobile ticket.
In April 2019, there was a major reform of the VVS system, since then there are only five tariff zones which are like an onion in the shape of a circle around Stuttgart (as well as three other tariff zones for transitional tariff zones), and the whole of Stuttgart's urban area is just a tariff zone, so it is no longer necessary to check and calculate city trips.
Tickets can also be purchased digitally.
There are the following types of tickets, the cost related to the non-digital purchase:
- Short-haulTicket: 1,50 € per trip. Valid for a trip up to 3. stop. Also allowed in S-Bahn trains and local trains (only to the next stop). Transfer and interruption are not allowed! Also not valid in night buses!
- Single ticket: The price depends on the number of zones you pass through. Valid for a journey towards the destination. It is allowed to change trains and interrupt trains. It is valid for three hours after purchase. 1 zone: 2,60 €, 2 zones: 3,10 €, 3 zones: 4,20 €, 4 zones: 5,30 €, 7 or more zones: €8.60. Children and dogs pay about half the price.
- 4er ticket: The conditions correspond to those of a single ticket. The 4-ticket contains four sections, one section of which entitles you to travel. It must be devalued before departure on the platform or in the bus or in the city railway and then it is valid for two hours. It is allowed to change trains and interrupt trains towards the destination. Prices are about 5% lower than those of a single ticket, so very little money is saved per trip. 4-Tickets can also be used by several people. Each person must then devalue a section.
- SingleDayTicket: Applies to one person for as many journeys as you like. If you purchase by bus or vending machine, it is immediately valid. Tickets purchased in advance must be canceled. Valid until closing (including night buses). 1 zone: 5,20 €, 2 zones: 6 €, ... The whole network: €13.20.
- GroupDayTicket: Applies to up to 5 persons or parents/parents with any number of children up to and including 17 years of age. 1 zone: 10,40 €, 2 zones: 12 €, 3 zones: €15.70. The whole network: €19.70. Instead of a person, a dog or a bicycle may be taken with you during the time in which the bicycle must be paid. Otherwise, the same conditions as for the SingleDayTicket.
- 3-day ticket (for overnight guests only): It applies to one adult and two children (6-17 years) or three children (6-17 years) on three consecutive days (devaluation day = first day of validity) on any frequent journeys. Stadtgebiet Stuttgart including Fellbach and Korntal: 14,- €, whole network: €19.50. The 3-day ticket is available in numerous hotels and guesthouses or on presentation of a written proof of a hotel accommodation or a registration of a congress at the Tourist Information Point and the Tourist Information Center at the airport.
- In addition, the Baden-Württemberg ticket or the Baden-Württemberg ticket night as well as the metropolitan ticket are accepted throughout the VVS and are available in both ticket machines, buses and digital.
car sharing, etc.
- Stadtmobil offers a wide range of car sharing services at more than 130 stations in Stuttgart.
- Share Now (formerly car2go) operates a car sharing service in Stuttgart with a total of 500 electric cars of the type Smart EQ Fortwo.
- Flinkster operates car sharing rental stations.
- Uber offers an app for the placement of rental car drivers in Stuttgart.
- CleverShuttle offers a ripooling travel service.
- SSB Flex operates a travel service.
- Zoom offers around 200 e-scooters in the city area.
- RegioRadStuttgart (formerly Call a Bike) lends around 700 bicycles and 150 pedelecs at fixed stations in the Stuttgart region.
- E-scooters of the brands Lime, Tier and Voi are available downtown via smartphone apps.
Stuttgart offers some interesting sights today. The ensemble of Old and New Castles is worth seeing first and foremost from the city center as well as the related buildings that form the castle square karréeförmig. The TV tower is also well known, another symbol of the city.
- 1 Hospitalkirche, Hospitalplatz, 70174 Stuttgart (Büchsenstraße 33). Tel: +49 711 2068-317, e-mail: [email protected]. From the original Gothic building built between 1471 and 1493, only the base floors of the tower and the choir have been preserved after the war-related destruction. Built in 2012-2014 according to the plans of the architectural office Lederer Ragnarsdóttir Oei, the new building of the Protestant Hospital Center takes back architecturally the forms and contours of the ruins of the church ship.
- 2 Stiftskirche, Stiftung 12, 70173 Stuttgart (adjacent to Schillerplatz). Tel: +49 711 240893, e-mail: [email protected]. Evangelical main church and the oldest parish church in Stuttgart. The Romanesque sofa of the South Tower dates back to the medieval original structure, which in the Second World War only slightly damaged 16th century western tower. The church ship, destroyed during the war and rebuilt in a very simplified way, was redesigned in the early 21st century according to modern standards, with the original Gothic ceiling vaulted with optical sounds. Inside, the historic gallery of the Counts of Württemberg in the church choir is worth a visit. Opened: Mon-Do 10-19, Fri/Sat 10-16, So after the service until 18 o'clock. Price: do not ask for a donation.
- 3 Cathedral Church St. Eberhard, Königstraße 7A, 70173 Stuttgart (from the main station 5 minutes walk). Tel: +49 711 7050-500, Fax: +49 711 7050-501, e-mail: [email protected]. Concathedral of the Catholic Diocese of Rottenburg-Stuttgart. The reconstruction of Hugo Castles on the old ground was completed in 1955. The neo-classical predecessor was destroyed in the Second World War, only the ground plan and the characteristic tower with the top dome are preserved.
- 4Grabkapelle on the Württemberg, Württembergstraße 340, 70327 Stuttgart (in the district of Rotenberg, reachable by bus line 61 to the bus stop of the same name). Tel: +49 711 337149, e-mail: [email protected]. At the beginning of the 19th century, commissioned by King Wilhelms I. built at the site of the former classical-style Württemberg stronghold for his late wife, Queen Katharina; He himself was later buried there. The Russian Orthodox Chapel with the tomb can be visited regularly during the summer months, as well as fantastic panoramic views of the Neckar Valley. The Priest and Psalmhaus, renovated from 2015 to 2016, underneath the Chapel, is used as a visitor center and ticket purchase. Opened: April-October Di-So 10-17:00, November 10-16:00, December-March closed. Price: Adults 4 €, Discounted 2 €, Family 10 € .
- 5 Veitkapelle, Meierberg 11, 70378 Stuttgart-Mühlhausen (in the center of the district Mühlhausen, 5 minutes walk from the city railway station of the same name). Tel: +49 711 532313, Fax: +49 711 9079588, e-mail: [email protected]. Built in 1385, the Veitkapelle is one of the oldest preserved church buildings in Stuttgart. The interior of the late 14th and mid-15th centuries, preserved in its original state, should be emphasized. Opened: Easter until Thanksgiving Di and So from 2:00pm to 4:30pm. Price: do not ask for a donation.
- 6 Schlosskirche, Schillerplatz 6, 70173 Stuttgart (in the Old Castle via the Schlosshof). Built in 1558-62 by the master builder Aberlin Tretsch, the church was redesigned in 1806 by Alexander Tritschler in neo-gothic style. Opened: From 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. or to the services. Price: do not ask for a donation.
- 7 Leonhardskirche, Leonhardsplatz 10, 70182 Stuttgart. The church is the second oldest church building in Stuttgart city center. After the devastating bombardment of Stuttgart in 1944, the heavily damaged church was easily rebuilt between 1948 and 1954 by Rudolf Lempp.
castles, palaces and palaces
- 8Old Castle (the Württembergische Landesmuseum), Schillerplatz 6, 70173 Stuttgart. The massive Old Castle was originally a watercastle from 1941. The Counts and Dukes of Württemberg, among others in the 14th century Eberhard in the Barte, Herzog Eberhard I, whose statue can be seen in the courtyard, resided here. Between 1553 and 1578, the Dukes Christoph and Ludwig led the reconstruction of the castle and employed the builders Aberlin Tresch, Blasius and Marin Berwart, who carried out and directed the renovation in the Renaissance style. In the 18th century, the moat was laid dry. In 1931 the castle was partly burned out before the war in 1944 did not pass here without trace. Despite all the damage, the charming and massive facade of the Old Castle was preserved almost completely, including the three round towers and the largely undestroyed castle church. The castle courtyard, with its arcade corridors, is particularly successful, and often provides a setting for cultural events. Reconstruction began in 1948 and lasted for more than 22 years. In 1970, the Württemberg National Museum became a permanent home here. The castle square was built in the 16th century and is now called Schillerplatz. In the middle a monument reminds of the Swabian poet from Marbach. Price: The inner courtyard is free of charge and the interior is used by the Landesmuseum Württemberg .
- 9 Neues Schloss (Ministry of Finance Baden-Württemberg), Schlossplatz 4, 70173 Stuttgart. The Neue Schloss in Stuttgart is a baroque castle complex in large parts. Construction began in 1744 under the direction of Duke Carl Eugen, who commissioned architect Leopoldo Matteo Retti, with the aim of turning Stuttgart into a second Versaille. Retti was also the nephew of the Ludwigsburg architect Giovanni Frisoni. In 1746 until 1951 the main building - Corps de Logis - and the Baroque garden wing were built. Following the example of Versailles, three wings form a horseshoe-shaped courtyard, which is adorned with the deer and lion at the entrance. The façade is simple, with only a few sculptures. After Retti's death, the Paris architect Louis Philippe de la Guêpière continued the construction. He created the wings on the side of the city and set the dome in 1760. In 1768, R. F. Fischer the construction line before the court mayor Thouret finished the mostly baroque castle with the planing wing in classical style from 1806. The 365 rooms of the castle were finished and show elements of Baroque, Rococo, Classicism and Empire. In the 1920s, the New Castle Museum was destroyed and in the Second World War its interior was severely destroyed. On 15 April 1920, in an attic apartment in the castle, the later President of the Confederation, Richard von Weizsäcker, saw the light of the world in a mansard apartment - a commemorative plaque placed on the building. Between 1956 and 1962, after a narrow political majority decision - including the demolition of the ruins and the other reconstruction of the area - the reconstruction of the New Castle was carried out, during which at least its outer facade and individual prunes could be restored. Today, the representation rooms of the Baden-Württemberg government are located in the Neue Schloss palace, including the marble hall, the staircase and the Aeneasgalerie in the central district, as well as part of the Ministry of Culture and the White Hall in the Planieflügel used for cultural events, as well as parts of the Ministry of Finance in the Schlossgarten wing. The castle is only accessible to the public in the context of occasional special guided tours.
- 10 Solitude Castle, Solitude 1, 70197 Stuttgart (on the edge of the Glemswald, 6 km west of the city center, reachable by bus line 92). Tel: +49 7141 186400, Fax: +49 711 6205051, e-mail: [email protected]. The castle was built between 1763 and 1769 by Johann Friedrich Weyhung and Philippe de La Guêpière as a hunting and representation castle for duke Carl Eugen of Württemberg. The Solitude-Allee led straight to the Residenzschloss in Ludwigsburg, about 13 km away. The hotel has only been used for about 20 years, and nothing has been preserved from the former splendid castle garden. The interior of the castle can only be visited by a guided tour (in summer 10.30 - 16.30 hourly, in winter 13.30 - 15.30 hourly and 10.30 - 15.30 hourly). Opened: April-October Di-So from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. November - March Di-Fr, Saturday 13:30 to 4 pm, Sunday 10 to 4 pm. Price: Adults 4 €, Discounted 2 €, Family 10 € .
- 1 Schloss Solitude Gastronomie, Solitude 2, 70197 Stuttgart. Tel: +49 711 469077-0, Fax: +49 711 469077-11. In the castle’s cavaliershaus there is the restaurant Schloss Solitude, which is run by Jörk Mink. Opened: Di-So from 12:00 until 14:40, Di-Sa from 17:30 until 00:00.
- 1 Academy Schloss Solitude, Solitude 3, 70197 Stuttgart. Tel: +49 711 996190, Fax: +49 711 9961950, e-mail: [email protected]. The Akademie Schloss Solitude is a foundation of public law that promotes young artists in particular through living and working grants. The academy's premises are regularly attended by events.
- 11 Graevenitz Museum (Fritz Museum of Graevenitz), Solitude 24, 70197 Stuttgart (in the outer pavilion at the entrance to the castle). Tel: +49 711 6205913. In 1971, the museum for the sculptor and painter Fritz von Graevenitz was founded in house 24, the former studio, on the Solitude. At the Graevenitz-Museum you can see selected works from artistic creation. Opened: From 12:00 to 18:00 in April to October; November to March 11 to 5 p.m. Price: admission free; request a voluntary contribution to the conservation of the museum.
- 12 Bärenschlössle, Mahdentalstraße 14, 70569 Stuttgart (located in the middle of the RotWildpark on the Bear Lakes). Tel: +49 711 692550. The building, formerly a hunting castle, is now used as an excursion center in the popular recreational area of the RotWildpark. Opened: April-October: 10 a.m.-10 p.m. November-March: 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Sundays and other Holidays: from 9 a.m. Mon rest day.
- 13 Schloss Hohenheim (University of Hohenheim), Hohenheim Castle 1, 70599 Stuttgart (accessible about 10 minutes on foot from the Plieningen train station). Tel: +49 711 459-0, Fax: +49 711 459-23960, e-mail: [email protected]. The castle was built between 1772 and 1793 by the Duke of Württemberg Carl Eugen for his later wife Franziska Leutrum of Ertingen. The architect was Reinhard Ferdinand Heinrich Fischer. On November 20, 1818, King Wilhelm von Württemberg founded an agricultural institute in the orphaned castle of Hohenheim. He thus laid the foundation for the current university of Hohenheim. Opened: Inside the premises are only to be visited upon request. Price: Guided tour €40 per hour.
- 14 Hohenheimer Gardens. Tel: +49 711 459-23537, e-mail: [email protected]. The Hohenheimer Gardens belong to the castle and consist of a botanical garden, an exotic garden and a landscaped garden. The exotic garden and the landscape garden form the Landesarboretum Baden-Württemberg. The University of Hohenheim also operates a collection plant. The greenhouse is open every Sunday from 12:30 to 15:30. The entry is 3 euros, discounted 1 euros. Opened: 24/7 Price: Admission free.
- 2 diningchampionship, Hohenheim Castle, 70599 Stuttgart (in the castle’s Kavalli building). Tel: +49 711 34217979, e-mail: [email protected]. The Michelin star restaurant is run by Frank Oehler. Opened: Do-Mon 12 to 15 o'clock and 6 p'clock to 24 o'clock, Di/Mi rest day.
- 15 Castle Rosenstein (State Museum of Natural History Stuttgart), Rosenstein 14, 70191 Stuttgart (located in the heart of the Rosensteinpark). The castle building was founded in 1824-1829 under King Wilhelm I. built in classical style by his master builder Giovanni Salucci, it now houses a part of the National Museum of Natural History.
- 16 Castle Hofen (Castle Hofen), Wolfgangstraße 12, 70378 Stuttgart-Hofen (located directly at the Neckar, 10 minutes walk from the Stadtbahnhof station Auwiesme). The only castle ruin in the Stuttgart district with high tall walls. From the 1250 site of the small castle in peripheral location, the 8 m high and 2.5 m strong shield wall with the tower stump and other wall remnants have been preserved to the side of the attack. Opened: 24/7 Price: no entry.
The 217 m high landmark of Stuttgart was built between 1954 and 1956 as the world's first television tower. The two viewing platforms overlooking each other and the restaurants and event levels below in the tower basket offer a superb panorama. From the end of March 2013 until the end of January 2016, the construction was closed for visitors due to unfulfilled fire protection conditions.
Besides the viewing platforms, the tower has a panoramic café and another tower basement (formerly a panoramic restaurant) that can be used for exhibitions or cultural events. Friendly and well-dressed elevators take you to the lower platform at 150 m altitude. This platform is accessible only by lift (speed: 5 m/s), while you usually change over short stairways between the levels within the tower basket, where the elevator is only available on specific request.
- 17 Stuttgarter Fernsehturm (public transport: subway U7, U8 and U15 or bus line 70 to stop "Ruhbank (Television Tower)"; Parking is available at the tower). Opening hours during the Corona pandemic can be found on the website Opened: Monday 10-23; 09-23. On 24.12. closed (as at 2020). Price: Adults 9 €, children: up to 5 years: free, 6-15 years: 5 €.
- Central Station - built in 1914-1927 according to plans of Paul Bonatz, the tower of the originally three-winged head station building, which was severely damaged in World War II but restored with only slight changes, has a viewing platform (admission free). This is the second train station in Stuttgart, the first one dating from 1846, whose facade has been preserved a few arcade embankments, located a few hundred meters further inland from the city on today’s Bolzstraße.
- The market hall, Dorotheenstraße 4. The listed market hall was built according to the plans of architect Prof. Martin Elsässer and inaugurated in January 1914 (the exact day is controversial among local historians). It replaced a predecessor construction made of steel and glass. The art nouveau building is worth seeing and is covered with a glass roof. Numerous market stands offer local and exotic delicacies. On the first floor you will find a mural gallery with gastronomy and other shops. The remains of a tramway, partially visible in the hall floor, were originally intended for the market loading, which was then in some cases customary in the railroad, but it is not possible to ascertain at this stage whether the track was ever used according to its intended purpose.
- Town Hall - The four-winged building in late Gothic Flemish style was opened in 1905 and replaced a much smaller Renaissance building. After destruction in the Second World War, the three rear wings were restored to their original condition, but without the distinctive roof structure with the typical side foxes. The badly damaged market square wing was replaced in 1953-1956 by a modern and contemporary construction, planned by Hans Paul Schmohl and Paul Stohrer, the largely intact clock tower of the original structure on the market square side was also fitted with a modern shell suitable for the new construction and carries a bell game on its upper floor, In the evening, Swabian folk songs regularly catch. The three paternoster lifts inside are particularly popular among city hall staff and visitors.
- Weissenhofsiedlung - ensemble of residential houses created during the 1927 trade fair. Under the direction of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, the leading representatives of the New Building designed residential buildings, including Le Corbusier, Gropius, Scharoun and others.
- 18 Killesbergturm. observation tower in the Killesberg mountain park, a cable-network construction, without elevator, entrance for a voluntary donation to the beautification association Stuttgart.
- 19 Bismarckturm. Chapel / At the Bismackturm - erected at the end of the 19th century by student connections as a meeting point and illuminating monument, meanwhile served as a water tower, is reopened in the summer months on Sundays and holidays for a small fee, no elevator, impressive panoramic view of the entire city area.
- 20 observation tower Burgholzhof. Open to visitors on Sundays and public holidays by various Stuttgart clubs.
- 21 core tower. Built and operated by the Schwaebische Albverein in 1896, open to all visitors (no lift) and also managed on Thursdays to Sundays. The view is partially limited by the surrounding forest in some directions, but it is worthwhile.
- Villa Reitzenstein, Richard-Wagner-Strasse - seat of the Prime Minister of Baden-Wuerttemberg and the Ministry of State (prospect - no regular visits. The large park that forms part of the villa is usually open on Sundays between 10:00am and 5:00pm)
- Stadtbibliothek Stuttgart - New building from 2011 by the Korean architect Eun Young Yi with impressive interior architecture and a viewing platform on the roof. The German Librarians Association awarded the City Library the 2013 Award as the Library of the Year.
- State Theater, Oberer Schlossgarten - built in 1912 in neo-classical style according to plans of Max Littmann as a substitute for the court theater in the historic Lusthaus, which was burnt down in 1902. "Great house" for opera and ballet (preserved in original state after restoration), "Small house" for acting (after destruction in World War II as well as the cult site replaced by a new building).
- Liederhalle, Berliner Platz - The present complex with five different sized concert and event halls was built in 1955-1991 by different architects instead of a predecessor building destroyed in the Second World War, is partly listed as a historical monument and is now one of the most renowned concert halls and congress centers.
- Planetarium, Mittlerer Schlossgarten - built in 1977 on the occasion of the Bundesgartenschau, besides the regular program demonstrations in the foyer permanent exhibitions open at normal opening hours.
- Tagblatt-Turm, Eberhardtstraße 61 - the first modern reinforced concrete tower in Stuttgart from 1928, originally housed the renowned newspaper editorial, today including several theaters and cultural institutions.
- Schwaben-Zentrum between Hauptstätter Strasse and Eberhardtstraße - The distinctive, long residential, office and business complex was completed in the late 1970s and was replaced by the "united Hüttenwerke", which became legendary after World War II, on a war-torn inner city area - an unplanned area A collection of temporary buildings and barracks, in which, not least through the influx of members of the then occupying powers, catering and entertainment facilities of various kinds had established themselves.
- Shellenturm (original name: Kastkellereiturm), Weberstraße - the most impressive remnant of the medieval Stuttgart city fortifications. The building was reconstructed in 1978-1980 on the existing wall fuselage on the initiative of Stuttgart citizens and businessmen and is now used as a wine cellar. Originally, the Schellen- und Kastkellereiturm limited the so-called Leonharts- or Eßlinger suburbs, which, unlike Stuttgart's city center, was only damaged insignificantly during the Second World War and could largely preserve their historical building stock. Thus, when talk today of "Old Town" or "Towns" is heard in Stuttgart, this neighborhood is mostly between Wilhelmsplatz, Main/Esslinger Street, Charlotten, Olga and Katharinenstraße and not the actual city center, which, with the exception of less prominent pre-war buildings, was rebuilt according to modern standards.
Other remnants of the city walls can still be seen, especially along the former inner ring, mostly integrated in newer buildings.
- 22 House of History Baden-Württemberg, Konrad-Adenauer-Strasse 16, 70173 Stuttgart (next to the Stuttgart State Gallery, walking about 5-10 minutes from the main railway station). Tel: +49 711 2123989, e-mail: [email protected]. The House of History presents the history of Baden-Württemberg and its predecessor states from 1790 to the present. A second part, in addition to the chronological order, is the so-called theme park, which divides the country into several topics such as natural, demographic, diplomatic or economic aspects. The Stauffenberg memorial in the Old Castle (entrance is at the Stauffenbergplatz) is an outdoor area of the museum Opened: Di-So 9-18; 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Mon closed. Price: permanent/special exhibition 5 €, discount 2,50 €; combination ticket 8 €, discount 4 €; children and students free.
- 23 Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Konrad-Adenauer-Str. 30-32, 70173 Stuttgart (about 10-15 minutes walk from the main station). Tel: +49 711 47040-0, Fax: +49 711 2369983, e-mail: [email protected]. It will be a wide representative selection of works from the most important periods of Western European art history, including Old German painting 1300-1550, Italian and Dutch painting from 14-19. and works from the 19th to the 20th centuries - focus of modern art: Blue rider, Emil Nolde, Oskar Schlemmer, Picasso, Beckmann, Beuys, German informel, Gerhard Richte shown. It should be possible to visit the collection for at least three hours. Access to the large house is preferably via the new extension ramp or stairs. The access to the special exhibitions partly overlaps with the collection. If you don't put the little colorful sticker, which is issued at the ticket counter, on your clothes in a visible way, the staff sometimes ask for the ticket they have bought. Opened: Di-So from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; 10-20. Price: until 26.08.2018 free access to the collection; from 27.08.2018: Adults 7 €, discounted 5 €, children and teenagers up to 20 years no entry, all visitors free on Wednesdays.
- 24 tram world Stuttgart (Museum of Stuttgart Trams AG), Veielbrunnenweg 3, 70372 Stuttgart (about 5 minutes walk south of Bad Cannstatt station). Tel: +49 711 7885-7770, e-mail: [email protected]. In the listed 1929 depot, 36 historic trams are shown. The trips with the historic tram line 21 are expected to be suspended until the end of 2019[obsolete] due to the construction work on Stuttgart 21. There is also a tour of vintage cars (line 23E). Guided tours are available on request on the opening days for groups of 10 or more. Opened: Mi, Thou, 10-17 o'clock. Price: Adults 5 €, discount 3,50 €, families 12 € (combined ticket with classic car line: €11, €9, €23).
- 25 Weißenhofmuseum, Rathenaustraße 1-3, 70191 Stuttgart (approximately 600m east of the Killesberg Train Station). Tel: +49 711 2579187, Fax: +49 711 2537973, e-mail: [email protected]ßenhofmuseum.de. The museum is located in a semi-detached house designed by architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret in the Weissenhof settlement. The building has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2016, as one of the 17 works that Le Corbusier has received. The museum is located at number 1, and part number 3 was moved back to its original state in 1927. Due to the historical condition of the building with steep stairs and the lack of a lift, it is not possible to visit the hotel without a barrier. Opened: Di-Fri 11-18, Sat/Sun 10-18; open tour without registration Di-Sa 15 o'clock, So/Holiday 11 o'clock and 3 o'clock. Price: Adults 5 €, discount 2,50 € (guided tour 5 € or 7,50 € depending on duration).
- 26 Weinbaumuseum Stuttgart, Uhlbacher Platz 4, 70329 Stuttgart (in the Uhlbach district, not far from the bus stop of the same name). Tel: +49 711 325718, Fax: +49 711 22282251. The Stuttgart Wine Museum, reopened in August 2012 after a new conception, is housed in the former wine cellar of 1907. Historical and modern exhibits show the development of wine-growing in Stuttgart from the Roman era to the 21st century. In the museum’s own vinotheque, visitors can taste the wines of the farmers in Stuttgart. The wine list changes every month and is available on the museum's website. Opened: Do/Fri 14-20, Sat 14-18, Sun/Holiday 11-18. Price: Adults 3 €, children up to 14 years free, Vinothek no entrance.
- 27 Linden-Museum (Museum of Ethnology), Hegelplatz 1, 70174 Stuttgart (right at the bus stop of the same name, about 10 minutes walk from the main station). Tel: +49 711 2022-3, Fax: +49 711 2022 590, e-mail: [email protected]. The museum, built in 1911, is one of the largest museums of international exploration in Europe and has world-class collections. In total, the museum houses about 160,000 objects of art, ritual and everyday life from Africa, North and Latin America, the Islamic Orient, South and Southeast Asia, East Asia and Oceania. The exhibition on Africa is currently being reorganized and will be reopened on 23 February 2019. From 12 October 2019 to 3 May 2020 a special exhibition entitled "Atzteken" will be shown. Opened: Di-Sa 10-17, So/Holiday 10-18. Price: Adults 4 €, discount 3 €, family 8 €, children up to 12 years free (special exhibitions, special admission). youtube URL used
- Wilhelmspalais), Konrad-Adenauer Strasse 2, 70173 Stuttgart (at the cultural mile opposite the Neue Schloss). Tel: +49 711 21625800, Fax: +49 711 21625801, e-mail: [email protected]. Opened in April 2018, the City Museum is the newest museum in the state capital. The permanent exhibition on the first floor of the building, formerly used as a city library, presents the history of the city from the 18th century to the present. Opened: Di-So 10-18 o'clock. Price: permanent exhibition free of charge, special exhibition Adults 5 €, children/adolescents/heavy bindings free. Stadtpalais Museum for Stuttgart (
- 28 Landesmuseum Württemberg, Schillerplatz 6, 70173 Stuttgart (in the Old Castle). Tel: +49 711 89535111, Fax: +49 (0)711 89 53 54 44, e-mail: [email protected]. On the first floor, under the title "True Treasures", the collection of antiques, the art chamber of the Dukes of Württemberg and the early Celtic tombs are presented. On the 2nd upper floor, exhibitions on seven eras and over 80,000 years of cultural history are shown under the title "Legendary MeisterWerke". Ernesto Wolf’s collection of glass is exhibited in the barrel vault and the watch collection in the vaulted cellar of the Old Castle. In the immediate vicinity of the Museum are the House of Music in the Old Fruit Box at Schillerplatz with its historical collection of musical instruments and the Roman Lapidarium in the Neue Schloss palace. Opened: Di-So 10-17. Price: 2018: collection free of charge, special exhibition entrance variable.
- 29 Porsche Museum, Porscheplatz 1, 70435 Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen (directly at the S-Bahn station Neuwirtshaus/Porscheplatz). Tel: +49 711 91120911, e-mail: [email protected]. The architectural design of the museum, which opened in 2009, is carried out by the architect Delugan Meissl Associated Architects of Vienna. The exhibits at the permanent exhibition change regularly. On the occasion of the company’s anniversary, the special exhibition "70 years Porsche Sportwagen" will be shown from June 9, 2018. In 2015, the 24-meter-high sculpture "Inspiration 911" by the English artist Gerry Judah was erected on the porch square in front of the museum. The three vehicles are an F model (1970), a G model (1981) and a vehicle of the current generation of the 911. Opened: Di-So 9-18 o'clock. Price: Adults 8 €, discount 4 €, children up to 14 years free (25% discount on presentation of the ticket from the Mercedes-Benz Museum).
- 30 Mercedes-Benz Museum, Mercedesstraße 100, 70372 Stuttgart (at the Mercedes-Benz-Welt bus stop, about 10 minutes walk from the Neckarpark S-Bahn station). Tel: +49 711 1730000, e-mail: [email protected]. The museum was opened in 2006 as part of the Mercedes-Benz world and shows the automotive history from 1886 to the present. On Fridays, an architectural tour of the building designed by Ben van Berkel is offered in the form of a double helix. Opened: Di-So 9-18 o'clock. Price: Adults 10 €, discount 5 € (with ticket to the Porsche Museum 25% discount).
- 31 State Museum für Naturkunde Stuttgart, Rosenstein 1, 70191 Stuttgart (Two sub-museums in the Rosensteinpark: The museum at the Löwentor is located at the Nordbahnhof station, the museum Schloss Rosenstein is located in the heart of the Rosensteinpark and is about 15 minutes walk away). Tel: +49 711 8936-0, Fax: +49 711 8936-100, e-mail: [email protected]. The museum at the Löwentor is a museum of paleontology and geology. The exhibition in the museum shows a number of fossil finds mainly from Southwest Germany and life-sized replicas of the prehistoric inhabitants in Dioramen. The Museum Schloss Rosenstein shows an exhibition on biology with prepared animals and plants from different habitats on earth. Opened: Di-Fri 9-17, Sat/So/Holiday 10-18. Price: Museum Adults each 5 €, discount 3 €, families 11 €; Combined ticket both buildings 6, 4, 12 €.
- 32 Kunstmuseum Stuttgart, Kleiner Schlossplatz 1, 70173 Stuttgart (unmedium in the center of the castle square). Tel: +49 711 216-19600, Fax: +49 711 216-19615, e-mail: [email protected]. Opened in 2005, the museum was designed by Berlin architects Hascher and Jehle. The underground part of the museum uses a former tunnel. The most important collection of works by the artist Otto Dix will be shown in Stuttgart. Special exhibitions are held regularly. Opened: Di-So from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Price: Collection: Adults 6 €, discount 4 €; Combi ticket with special exhibition 11.8 €.
- 33 German Agricultural Museum, Garbenstr. 9, 70599 Stuttgart-Hohenheim (about 5 minutes walk from the Plieningen Train Station, the museum sites are Garbenstraße 9a and Filderhauptstraße 179). Tel: +49 711 459 22146, Fax: +49 711 459-23404, e-mail: [email protected]. The museum displays one of the most comprehensive collections of agricultural equipment and machinery in the German-speaking area. In total, 5,700 square meters, the technical changes in agriculture are documented, from the simple handheld to the modern self-drive. Opened: Di-Fri 10-13 and 14-17, Sat/Sun 10-17. Price: Adults 4 €, discount 1 €, children under 10 years free.
streets and squares
- The castle square is surrounded by several important buildings. It is located between the new castle and the royal building. To the south are the Old Castle and the Ministry of Justice, while on the north-east side the Art Building separates the square from the Upper Castle Park. In the middle of the square stands the Jubilee column, which will take place on the 25th. King Wilhelm was established in 1841.
- Market Square - originally medieval square with a corresponding marginal building with local half-timbered houses. In 1905, the town hall was replaced by the massive Gothic building. After serious destruction in the Second World War, the place was restored without visible historical building material, except for the market well, but with the maintenance of the small-part parceling of the land. Set in the early 20th century, the bunker underneath the square became a windowless hotel after 1945, which existed until 1985. Since then, the bunker rooms, with the majority of the rest of the hotel equipment, have been empty and are becoming increasingly obsolete, but are regularly opened for viewing during events such as the museum's long night.
- Old Wine Stops - A route between Stuttgart-Süd and Degerloch, which has been proven since the Middle Ages, and part of the long-distance route known as the "Swiss Road", with up to 16% of the incline extremely steep, but nevertheless initially without a viable alternative for carts. In the administration of the historic Württemberg it formed the boundary between the parts of the country "Whether the Steig" and "Under the Steig", from which the names "Oberland" and "Unterland", which until now have been used but have been defined differently, derive. In 1884, along the Alte Weinsteige, the Meterspurian cogwheel railway, which is still in existence today, was opened as a basis for further secondary railway lines that open up the Filderplane. The road itself lost its regional significance for transport when the New Wines were opened in 1831.
- New vineyards - built in 1826-1831, was considered to be an engineering pioneer. Its upper part and the subsequent Hohenheimer Strasse are now part of the federal highway B27. Their continuation on the Degerlocher mark is called Obere Weinsteige. In 1904, it was established as a tram-like railway between Bopser and Degerloch, which was later connected to the network of Stuttgart trams and was eventually fully integrated into them. It was considered one of the most beautiful panoramic tram routes in Germany, but was increasingly in conflict with the increasing traffic. In 1987-1990, the railway sector was divided into a parallel tunnel, but most of it was preserved by the historic overhead contact lines.
- Königstrasse - From 1806, after the planning of the former "Great Grabens", a splendid avenue was built. The name was not given after a certain monarch, but on the occasion of the Württemberg survey of the kingdom. After the destruction of the Second World War, the historical building material along the road was removed with only a few significant exceptions (especially in the area of the castle square). From the 1960s on, the street was gradually transformed into a pedestrian zone. After the passage was removed, the tramway was moved underground in the lower section, completely discontinued in the upper section, and its former central junction at the castle square is now a pure (underground) transit station by the disappearance of the branch lines. Today it is the main shopping street in Stuttgart and one of the most frequented pedestrian areas in Germany.
- B14 / Cityring - The biggest urban-planning blow after the Second World War was the construction of the multi-lane city motorway in the course of the main city/wooden and Konrad-Adenauer-Straße, for which entire house carrees and historically significant individual buildings had to move. Examples of this are the High School of Carlsschule, the Old State Archives and the former National Alliance. Similarly, in the northern and western downtown, where the historic Friedrichsbau and the Crown Prince Palace, among others, had to be demolished, a completely new route was struck with the Theodor-Heuss-Straße and a multi-story roundabout cross-section was created at Österreichische Platz with the former driving destination of the "car-adapted city".
- Zoological botanical garden Wilhelma - Wilhelma is one of the most important zoos in Germany and an important botanical garden. The main entrance is on Neckartalstraße, the closest stop is Wilhelma (U14). There are two additional entrances, but they are not permanently occupied and open. The entrance of Parkstraße is near the station Eckhard (U13) and an entrance from the Rosensteinpark near the Schaubauernhof. A walk is signposted from the main entrance; the color of the signs from the entrance to the farm is yellow, the return path is blue. The multimedia presentation on Stuttgart-Rundgang.de also gives an impression. At the center of the Wilhelma area is the Maurish farmhouse, which was largely destroyed in the Second World War and was only restored to the exterior, built in the early 19th century by King Wilhelm I. by Württemberg as a bathing house and a festival, inspired by the Alhambra and other Moorish palaces. The Wilhelma prides itself on its azaleas and camellias, some of which are a few hundred years old. Other botanical highlights include the largest Magnolia Basin north of the Alps and the Cacti House. The butterfly house is certainly particularly impressive by moving through the exposed insects. The Amazon House is also very interesting. Numerous free-rides offer excursions to the animals, including the Siberian tigers and the Syrian brown bears. The Wilhelma became known to a wide audience by the polar bear Wilbär, born in December 2007. Now this bear has grown up and has a new home in Orsa in the Swedish province of Dalarna. The regular entrance fee is: 14 €, children 6-17 J.: €7 (from 1.3.2013). Allow about 5 hours for your stay at the Wilhelma. self-catering is possible; Otherwise, there is a medium-price SB restaurant. Example: Lentils, pies and sausages (dish) are charged 7,10 EUR.
- The castle garden, the Rosensteinpark, the Leibfriedsche Garden (also called the Villa Moser Park), the Wartberg Mountain Area, the Killesberg Elevation Park and the Feuerbacher Heide form the "Grüne U" of Stuttgart. The continuous connection of the different parks was realized at the International Garden Show (IGA) in 1993 and completed in 2012 with the so-called "Green Fuge" south of the Killesberg main entrance.
- The Chinese Garden is located between the panoramic street and the Birkenwald Road, behind the Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The next stop is "Im Kaisemer" of line 44. It is open daily from 8:30 am until dark.
- Stadtgarten on Holzgarten-, Kepler- and Schellingstraße - originally designed as an exhibition area, today campus of the University of Stuttgart
- Kurpark and 34 spa in Bad Cannstatt
- Travertinpark Bad Cannstatt - newly built complex that includes a vineyard and former quarry and factory grounds and is designed to make it a real experience for visitors.
- Bopseranlagen und Weißenburgpark in south Stuttgart
- Silberburganlage plant and Karlshhöhe in the south of Stuttgart and along the Hasenbergrück
- Park of Villa Berg in the district of Berg - originally an architectural counterpart to the Rosensteinpark with deliberate visual connections, partly built after the Second World War with studio buildings of the Süddeutscher Rundfunk (SDR. / SWR.) and reduced in public consciousness; Its construction deteriorated rapidly along with that of the abandoned Villa Berg, but a renovation and a renovation of the gardens is planned.
- Klingenbachpark in Stuttgart-East
- Botanical Garden and Exotic Garden (Arboretum) of the University of Hohenheim, partly with remnants of the historic, "village"-named, picturesque garden complex that belonged to the Hohenheim castle.
- Stauffenberg memorial in the Old Castle, reminiscent of Berthold Schenk von Stauffenberg, born in Stuttgart in 1905; He was executed after the failed attack on Hitler in Berlin in 1944.
- The small cable car Killesberg, 2.1 km long distance through the Killesberg mountain park, which is run on weekends with steam locomotives, otherwise with diesel locomotives.
- funicular to the Waldcemetery
- The vineyards stretch all the way to the city center, there is an urban vineyard
- City tour via Königstrasse and Schloßplatz
- A walk from Stuttgart-Mitte to Villa Reitzenstein, fantastic views of Stuttgart's "Kessel"
- visit to a musical
- Visit the Daimler Museum and/or Porsche Museum
- Take the first funicular.
- Cherrytours Stuttgart - My city tour (Cherrytours GmbH), Gerberstraße 17. Tel: +49 711 66486659 , e-mail: [email protected]. Guided tours in private or in small groups for individualists. Daily tours available, also in different languages. Individual start and end points possible on request. Price: from EUR 15. Accepted payment methods: bar, master, Visa
- Stuttgart city tours.
- Guided tours (also in English) and night walks in the forest of Stuttgart.
- Segway Tour Stuttgart (Seg Tour GmbH), Gerberstraße 17. Tel: +49 711 66486657, Email: [email protected]. A guided tour through Stuttgart with the electric scooter "Segway®". In addition to the Classic Tour to the most famous sights, there is also a tour to the TV tower or through the castle garden. Also bookable for events, company excursions or youth visits. Price: EUR 75,00. Accepted payment methods: Bar, Master, Visa, Amex, Apple Pay, Google Pay, EC.
theater, musical, opera:
- 2 Württemberg State Theater. with opera, drama and ballet, is considered to be the largest three-division theater in the world. The ballet is world-famous and the opera performances are regularly awarded.
- Actress stages in Stuttgart with the comedy in the Marquardt and the old theater.
- Friedrichsbau Varieté
- Musicals in Stuttgart-Möhringen - commercial music productions
- Theater house with own productions in theater, comedy and ballet, as well as numerous guest plays
- 3 Wilhelma Theater. With productions of the State School of Music and Performing Arts. There are also many other smaller theaters.
- Theater Stuttgart shows when what is played in the state capital. With presentations of the venues, illustrated descriptions, maps and general information about the theaters.
- Cannstatter Volksfest or Wasen - The Wasen is the second largest popular festival in the world and takes place from the end of September to the beginning of October. Unlike the Munich Oktoberfest, the lawn has fewer problems of overcrowding, but it should be reserved up to six months in advance for seats in one of the beer tents.
- Stuttgart's Christmas market - one of the largest and oldest Christmas markets in Europe. It takes place between the market square and the castle square from the end of November to Christmas. The stalls are all very nicely decorated.
- Stuttgarter Weindorf - Weinfest with numerous pergolas on the market square and Schillerplatz in the city center. The wine village takes place every year at the end of August and beginning of September.
- Stuttgart Spring Festival - the small lawn takes place between mid-April and early May.
- Lights Festival - in July at the Killesberg mountain park
- Summer festival or city festival - early August around the New Castle
- The 39th Umsonat & Draußen Stuttgart will take place from 3rd to 5th August 2018.
- New Stuttgart Trade Fair
- 1 Königstraße, Königstraße, 70173 Stuttgart (start directly at Stuttgart Central Station). The Königstraße (pedestrian street), 1.2 kilometers long, is Stuttgart’s main shopping street and is one of Germany’s busiest shopping streets. There are numerous side and side streets, such as the Schulstraße, Calwer Straße or the marketplace, where you can find shopping and dining.
- 2 Königsbau-Passages, Königstraße 26, 70173 Stuttgart (public transport: directly at the stop Schlossplatz). Tel: +49 711 870-3060, e-mail: [email protected]önigsbau-passage.de. There are currently more than 50 shops and 25 restaurants in the shopping center. Opened: Mon-Sat 10-20.
- 3 Milaneo, Milan Square 7, 70173 Stuttgart (about 10 minutes walk from Stuttgart Central Station, city bus stop). Tel: +49 711 5409300, e-mail: [email protected]. With more than 200 shops and restaurants, the shopping center is considered one of the largest in the south-west of Germany. Opened: Mon-Do 10-20, Fr 10-21:30; Sat 9:30-20.
- 4 Gerber, Sophienstraße 21, 70178 Stuttgart (public transport: Rotebühlplatz and Österreichischer Platz stations). Tel: +49 711 280419-228, Fax: +49 711 280419-20, e-mail: [email protected]. The Gerber is a shopping center with a total of 85 shops and restaurants. Opened: Mon-Sat 7:30-22.
- 5 Breuninger, Marktstr. 1-3, 70173 Stuttgart (public transport: stop at Rathaus or Charlottenplatz). Tel: +49 711 2110, Fax: +49 711 2361554. In Stuttgart, directly on the market square, you will find the headquarters of the luxury store, which was founded in 1881. Opened: Mon-Fri 10-20 am, Sat 09:30-20 am.
- 6 Stuttgart Markthalle, Dorotheenstraße 4, 70173 Stuttgart. Tel: +49 711 48041-0. The Martkhalle Stuttgart is a 1914 Art Nouveau building built by the architect Martin Elsässer. They were created by Franz Heinrich Gref and Gustav Rümelin and facade plastic by Josef Zeitler and Jakob Brüllmann. Today, more than 30 market stands with delicatessen from all over the world are to be found in the Market Hall. In addition, several restaurants are located in the building of the market hall. Also worth a visit is the internal Ceresbrunnen, which was rebuilt in 2009 according to old plans. Opened: Mon-Fri 7:30-18:30, Sat 7-17:00 (gastronomy time varies).
- 7Dorotheen Quartier, Eduard-Breuninger-Straße, Dorotheenstraße and Karlstraße, 70173 Stuttgart (public transport: Charlottenplatz). E-mail: [email protected]. 23 shops and seven restaurants are located in the Dorotheen Quartier, which opened in 2017, next to the Breuninger department store. Opened: Mon-Fri 10:00-20:00, Sat 09:30-20:00 (different gastronomy).
- 8 Fluxus Temporary Concept Mall (Calwer Passage), Calwer Passage, 70173 Stuttgart (public transport: stop Rotebühlplatz). E-mail: [email protected]. Until the end of June 2018, the Calwer Passage is home to small shops of designers and trendy labels as well as some restaurants. Opened: Mon-Sat 11-19.
- 9 Stars of the South (Lehenviertel), Liststraße 30, 70180 Stuttgart (near the church of St. Mark). Tel: +49 711 6456020. Under the label Star of the South, several shops and service providers have joined together in the trendy district of Stuttgart-South.
- 10 Treasures of the West, Vogelsangstraße 28, 70197 Stuttgart (right next to the church of St. Elisabeth). Tel: +49 711 6332241, e-mail: [email protected]. Under the Western label Treasures, numerous small shops and service providers have joined forces in the trendy Stuttgart-West district.
- Supperclub Stuttgart The anonymous culinary, Stuttgart Mitte/Ost - The new private supperclub in Stuttgart. A fixed menu at certain dates. To be notified.
- Mr. Kächele, Stadtmitte / Rotebühlplatz 20 A (Calwer Passage) - hand-made mule bags (classic and vegetarian, also vegan) and other Swabian specialties in Omaa quality. Fate stand bistro/tasting shop. Mon-Sat 10.30 - 19.00
- Restaurant to Paulaner, Calwer Strasse 45 - Biergarten and inn in Bavarian style, solid Bavarian cuisine right at the Rothbühlplatz in the center of Stuttgart.
- Amadeus, Charlottenplatz 17 - Cozy restaurant with a beer garden in the courtyard, offering local dishes as well as snacks and refined dishes.
- Academy of Fine Arts, Charlottenstrasse 5 - Café and Bistro in an art gallery, in summer also outdoor astronomy. Very cozy, breakfast almost all day, a bit smoky.
- Schlesinger, Schlossstraße 28 - Uhren Larger Kneipe with very good bourgeois cuisine 500 m from the Liederhalle.
- Laguna, Filderstr. 31 - Spanish restaurant in Stuttgart-South with excellent food and family atmosphere. In summer, it also has a small outdoor area.
- 3 Staffele, Buschlstraße 2a/b, 70178 Stuttgart. Cozy restaurant. Swabian specialties such as roasted roast, cheese roasted roasted, shuttles, bushspitzle, lentils with prunes and strings, mules and wine from the region are offered here. In summer, it is also outside.
- Ebony, Herzogstraße 11: African restaurant. About EUR 11 for meat dishes (lamb, chicken, beef).
In the last years, Stuttgart’s city center has become a place of lively nightlife and numerous nightlife opportunities. In addition to Theodor-Heuss-Straße, which is known for its hip clubs and lounges, there are localities at the Rotebühlplatz (city center) and around the Hans-im-Gluehwnen fountain, where parties can be celebrated until dawn. All inner-city pubs, bars and clubs are located in the immediate vicinity of the Königstraße (main shopping street) and are therefore easily accessible on foot.
3 Hans-im-Lucky Fountain
The Geiß and Töpferstraße around the Hans-im-Glueckern fountain fill up particularly during lush summer nights. In a relaxed atmosphere with an old town flair, bars and pubs with outdoor seating and beer attract you, while inside music (something between alternative mainstream and old school hiphop) is played. The prices are on average, admission is not required, but usually at 4 a.m.
2 Rotebühlplatz (city center)
At the end of the Königstrasse some important institutions have established themselves around the Rotebühlplatz. There is a lot going on in the corner around the bar clubs sausage & meat, long bar and cue (hip hop, often with entry), the opposite Keller Club and a few steps down the Club Shocken. Along the Eberhardtstrasse, past the sausage and döner shops, the Delayla cellars and Oblomov (Torstrasse), which are open all year round, have been able to celebrate and even kicked in a pub/club atmosphere for decades.
The Theodor-Heuss-Straße between Rotebühlplatz and Bolzstraße, a main road in the city during the day, has long since become a very popular nightclub for those who are looking for fun. Lean lounges, stylish bars and various clubs offer a variety of entertainment and invite you to party hopping. But be careful: The cars are often too fast and some clubs have their door-guards insisting on a balanced proportion of women.
4 Uni campus in Vaihingen
The three student pubs Unithekle, Wunderbar and Bodschamber on the campus of the University in Stuttgart-Vaihingen (get off at the S-Bahn station University) offer the most favorable option.
Since Stuttgart is a trade fair city, the price of accommodation can vary greatly. Before booking it is worth a look at the trade fair calendar. If you are flexible in time, a few days later the overnight stay can be much cheaper.
- Youth Hostel Stuttgart, Richard-Wagner-Strasse 2 - Accommodation with breakfast from 16 euros, simple and clean, large garden with views of Stuttgart. (no membership)
- ALEX 30 Hostel, Alexanderstrasse 30 - from 19 Euro overnight stay, simple and clean, large garden with views of Stuttgart. (no membership)
- Hostel Stuttgart, Haußmannstraße 27 - overnight stay with breakfast from 20,30 Euro. (Only for members of the Hosteling International/Deutsche Jugendherberwerk!)
- 1 A&O Hotel and Hostel Stuttgart City, Rosensteinstraße 14/16. Tel: +49 711 2527 7400, e-mail: [email protected]. facebook URL used
- The Accor Group runs 1 ibis budget (ex ETAP), 1 ibis styles, 3 Ibis, 6 Mercure and 1 Pullman Hotel in Stuttgart
- to budget Stuttgart City Nord, Siemensstraße 28
- Hotel ibis Stuttgart City, Presselstr. 15
- Mercure Hotel Stuttgart Flughafen, Eichwiesenring 1/ 1
- Mercure Hotel Stuttgart City Center, Heilbronner Strasse 88
- 2 Hotel Pullman Stuttgart Fontana, Vollmoellerstraße 5, 70563 Stuttgart. Tel: +49 (0)711 73 00, e-mail: [email protected]. Check-in: from 15:00. Check-out: until 12:00.
- City Hotel Stuttgart, Uhlandstraße 18
- AMBER HOTEL Leonberg/Stuttgart****, Römerstraße 102, 71229 Leonberg. Tel: +49 (0)7152 303-3, Fax: +49 (0)7152 303-499, e-mail: [email protected].
- GOLDEN LEAF hotels, 3 star comfort in Zuffenhausen (Porsche Museum), 4 star with six meeting rooms between the airport, the trade fair and musical in the Fasanenhof
- relexa Waldhotel Schatten Stuttgart, Magstadter Straße,70569 Stuttgart. Tel: +49 711 6867 0. Traditional 4-star hotel, ideal for business and city travelers. Spa, meeting rooms, restaurants, bar, relexa cooking (cooking classes)
- Motel One Group operates 2 hotels in Stuttgart
- Motel One Stuttgart-Hauptbahnhof, Lautenschlagerstraße 14
- Motel One Stuttgart-Feuerbach, Heilbronner Strasse 325
- 3Dorint Airport-Hotel Stuttgart, Heilbronner Strasse 15-17, 70771 Leinfelden-Echterdingen. Tel: +49 711 320640, Fax: +49 711 32064100, e-mail: [email protected]. Opened in 2015, the hotel has 155 rooms. Price: from 79 € per room/night. facebook URL used
- Hotel Azenberg, Seestrasse 114-116, 70174 Stuttgart. Tel: +49 711 22 55 04 0, e-mail: [email protected]. Family run, cozy 4-star hotel on the outskirts of Stuttgart city center.
- Parkhotel Stuttgart Messe-Airport, Filderbahnstraße 2, 70771 Leinfelden-Echterdingen. Tel: +49 711 63344 0, e-mail: [email protected]. Modern 4* Superior hotel opened in 2011. Centrally located at the S-Bahn station in Echterdingen with a taxi rank just outside the door. Within a few minutes you can reach the airport and the exhibition center Stuttgart. A direct motorway connection guarantees excellent connections.
- The sorcerer's apprentice, Rosenstr. 38, 70182 Stuttgart. Tel: +49 711 2377770, e-mail: [email protected]. A privately run design hotel in the city center with 17 rooms and suites, a cookery school, a restaurant and a meeting room. It is a 5-minute walk from the castle and town hall square. Each room is decorated in a different style. The hotel is divided into two buildings, no lift (3 floors) but the staff is friendly and helpful. underground parking available.
- For more than 175 years the University of Stuttgart, which now has ten faculties, has been present. The focus is on the technical and scientific studies. The University of Stuttgart is a campus university with two locations in the city center and in Stuttgart-Vaihingen, which are conveniently connected by the S-Bahn.
- The University of Hohenheim is also well known, especially with science subjects.
The region is characterized by the construction of automobiles. Daimler, Bosch and Porsche have their headquarters here. Furthermore, many suppliers have settled in and around Stuttgart. Stuttgart is characterized by different economic structures. The largest employer is Daimler AG, which is one of the most important automobile companies in Germany.
Stuttgart is a very safe city. However, you might want to avoid the castle garden at night.
Bad Cannstatt has 19 mineral springs, Stuttgart has the second largest mineral water in Europe. The mineral water was discovered and used by the Romans. There are three mineral baths in total: 3 Leuze , mineral bath mountain and mineral bath cannstatt am Kurpark. These bathrooms are all inviting for a relaxing and relaxing stay.
There are also numerous springs where you can "tap" fresh mineral water.
Stuttgart has numerous clinics with emergency services. There is also a dense network of pharmacists with 24-hour emergency services. Specialists of all disciplines are available in the established area.
- a selection of emergency medical and dental services in Stuttgart
Swabians are known for their proverbial economy. This is something to bear in mind, and it should always be remembered that their quirky nature is often not meant evil. In contrast to the Swabian rural population, many of Stuttgart are quite open to tourists.
The most important sentences typical of Stuttgart:
- A half bidde - A 0.5 l beer please
- Derft I mol of a car saw - I'd like to see her ticket.
- Heb des amol - Hold this
- Home! - Damn!
- What's that cooking? - How much does it cost?
- No. - Oha / this is the hammer / woa
Like in Bavaria, Stuttgart is often greeted with a bold "Greetings God". Older people, in particular, often say "Ade" for adoption.
- Yorma's snack bar and café in the main railway station near track 3/4 and at the entrance to the underground station of the Königstr. coming. The web minute vouchers available there can be used in any Yorma's branch.
- There is free internet access with reservation in the main office of the City Library at Milan Square. There are also computers with no pre-registration for short searches that should take no more than 15 minutes.
In the capital of Baden-Wuerttemberg, many consulates have established themselves, where travelers from the respective countries can obtain advice. (list not complete!)
- Consulate of the Republic of Kosovo, Johannesstraße 47B, 70176 Stuttgart. Tel: +49 711 627677-0, Fax: +49 711 627677-29, e-mail: [email protected].
- Honorary Consulate of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Charlottenplatz 6, 70173 Stuttgart. Tel: +49 711 54096502, Fax: +49 711 229316-50, e-mail: [email protected]. no travel documents, visas, official documents or certificates
- Consulate General France (Consulat général de France à Stuttgart), Schlossstraße 51, 70174 Stuttgart. Tel: +49 711 23925-53, Fax: +49 711 23925-54. Opened: Mi 09:00 - 13:00, 14:00 - 18:00; 09:00 - 13:00; 09:00 - 14:00
- Consulate General Italy (Consolato Generale d'Italia Stoccarda), Lenzhalde 46, 70192 Stuttgart. Tel: +49 711 2563-0, Fax: +49 711 2563-136, e-mail: [email protected]. Opened: Mon-Fri 09:00 - 12:00; Do 14:00 - 17:00.
- Consulate General Portugal (Consulado Geral de Portugal - Estugarda), Königstraße 20, 70173 Stuttgart. Tel: +49 711 22739-6, Fax: +49 711 22739-89, e-mail: [email protected]. Opened: Mon, Di, Do, Fri 08:30 - 13:30 Mi 08:30 - 15:30.
- Swiss Consulate General (Consulato generale di Svizzera a Stoccarda) Consulat Général de Suisse à Stuttgart), Hirschstrasse 22, 70173 Stuttgart. Tel: +49 711 222943-0, Fax: +49 711 222943-22, e-mail: [email protected].
- Consulate General of Spain (Consulado General de Espana), Lenzhalde 61, 70192 Stuttgart. Tel: +49 711 9979800, Fax: +49 711 2265927, e-mail: [email protected].
- Honorary Consulate Burundi, Danneckerstraße 4, 70182 Stuttgart. Tel: +49 711 248377-50, Fax: +49 711 248377-21. Opened: Mon-Fri 10:00 - 12:00.
- Honorarconsat Ireland, Messstetter Strasse 8, 70567 Stuttgart (Stuttgart-Möhringen). Tel: +49 711 35160710, Fax: +49 711 4560647, e-mail: [email protected]. Opened: Mon-Fri 09:30 - 12:30.
- Honorary Consulate Japan, At Hauptbahnhof 2, 70173 Stuttgart. Tel: +49 711 12777 799, Fax: +49 711 12777-800.
- Honorary Consulate Canada, Leitzstraße 45, 70469 Stuttgart. Tel: +49 (0)711 223 9678, Fax: +49 (0)711 223-9679, e-mail: [email protected]. Opened: Mon-Mi: 09:00 - 13:00, Do: 2:00-18:00 PM
- Honorary Consulate Malta, Heilbronner Strasse 150, 70191 Stuttgart. Tel: +49 (0)711 4900440-1, Fax: +49 (0)711 4900440-2, e-mail: [email protected]. Opened: by agreement.
- Honorary Consulate Paraguay, At Hauptbahnhof 9, 70173 Stuttgart. Tel: +49 (0)711 722331-50, Fax: +49 (0)711 722331-51. Opened: Mon-Fri 10:00-13:00.
- Honorary Consulate Rwanda, Heilbronner Strasse 362, 70469 Stuttgart. Tel: +49 (0)711 2506-0, Fax: +49 (0)711 2506-205. Opened: Mon-Fri 08:30-12:00 and 14:00-16:00.
- Honorary Consulate Sweden, Rotebühlstraße 77, 70178 Stuttgart. Tel: +49 (0)711 6672-1999, Fax: +49 (0)711 6672-2036, e-mail: [email protected]. Opened: Mon-Mi, Fr 10:00-12:00; 14:00 - 16:00.
- Honorary Consulate Thailand, Pforzheimer Strasse 381, 70499 Stuttgart. Tel: +49 (0)711 2264-844, Fax: +49 (0)711 22648-56. Opened: Mon, Mi, Fr 12:00-14:00.
- Consulate General of the Republic of Croatia, Liebenzeller Strasse 5, 70372 Stuttgart. Tel: +49 (0)711 955710, Fax: +49 (0)711 556049, e-mail: [email protected]. Opened: Mon-Fri 08:30-12:30; Di, 13:30-15:30 PM.
- Consulate General of the Republic of Serbia, Taubenstraße 4, 70199 Stuttgart. Tel: +49 (0)711 6017060, Fax: +49 (0)711 6494048, e-mail: [email protected]. Opened: Mon-Fri 08:30-13:00, Mi 15:00-18:00.
- Consulate General of the Republic of Turkey, Kernerplatz 7. Tel: +49 (0)711 166670, Fax: +49 (0)711 2622102, e-mail: [email protected]. Opened: Mon-Fri 08:30-12:30.
- Consulate General Greece, Hauptstätter Strasse 54, 70178 Stuttgart. Tel: +49 (0))711 222987-0, Fax: +49 (0)711 222967-40, e-mail: [email protected]. Opened: Mon, Mi, Thurs, Fri 08:45-14:00; 08:45-13:30 and 15:00-18:00.
- to Esslingen - about 10 km (line S1) - district town with a sightseeing old town (half-timbered houses, sacred buildings, remnants of defense)
- to Ludwigsburg - about 30 km (line S4) - medium-sized town with several castles, large Baroque park, opera
- to Böblingen - about 30 km (line S1) - pretty little old town center, otherwise main. commuter
- after Sindelfingen - about 30 km - pretty small half-timbered core, parks
- because the city - about 50 km (end of S6) - small half-timbered town with well preserved city walls, birthplace of the astronomer Johannes Kepler, to which a museum is dedicated
- to Tübingen - about 50 km - old student town, many beautiful houses, idyllic young Neckar (river)
- to Heilbronn - about 50 km
- after Karlsruhe - about 90 km - shopping town, dominated by large castle, some other beautiful buildings
- to Heidelberg - about 100 km - student town with beautiful houses, tourist magnet is the large castle ruin with huge vineyard, panoramic mountains
- to Aalen - about 100 km
- after Ulm - about 100 km - the highest church tower in the world, many beautiful half-timbered houses, idyllic location on the Danube
- to Freiburg - about 200 km - old student town, nice small old town with city gates, start for excursions in the Black Forest
- to Bad Wildbad - about 60 km (accessible via Pforzheim with public transport) - beautiful spa facilities - spa facilities with wellness area - Baumwipfelweg Schwarzwald - Wildline suspension bridge
- to Bad Wildbad-Aichelberg - about 70 km (car journey) - Art Nouveau church from 1907, Fautsburg, Fautsburg footpath, annually on 24.12. Christmas with a live nativity.
Or to the regions
- Neckartal (downstream from Stuttgart)
- Swabian alb
- Black Forest
- Swabian-Franconian Forest