Stuttgart may be the capital of Baden-Württemberg, but its charming city in southwest Germany is a place where you can enjoy wine and views, good food and of course good wine. Actually, there are not so many other popular activities in this city, except wine and beer tasting.
We were in Stuttgart for the first time and were very impressed, because it was definitely where we should stay. If you travel by train, it is even possible to take a day trip from Munich to Stutsgart. There are also buses between Stutgart and Munich, but they only stop at airports outside the city. From Frankfurt it takes 1.5 hours by plane to Munich and from there by bus in 3 hours to Stutteringen airport before boarding in Stutgart.
We were very impressed by Stuttgart, not only by the city itself, but also by the people and culture of the city.
Stuttgart is the seat of the University of Hohenheim (founded in 1818) and is home to many parks that divide the city into urban areas, as well as vineyards around the city. Although visitors associate this city primarily with its industrial reputation as the cradle of the automobile, it is spread across a wide range of cultural and cultural activities. The most famous museum in the city, the Museum für zeitzeitzeitkunst St. Pauli, is located in a place that is known worldwide for brands such as Porsche and Mercedes and was founded in 1998 by former Mercedes-Benz CEO Dietrich Mies van der Rohe. The German city Gelsenkirchen (founded in 1829), Germany's second largest city and birthplace of Adolf Hitler, was founded in 1819.
In Stuttgart it is very easy to find a place to sleep, and Stutgart West is one of the coolest places in the city, as it is home to many of Germany's most popular hotels and restaurants. With its wide selection of restaurants, bars, cafés, restaurants and hotels, it has long been one of the coolest places to stay in western Stuttgart.
If you are just trying to find out where to stay in Stuttgart and need help to find out where to stay, then Stutgart Mitte is the place to be. The name is also perfectly reasonable, and it is actually the German for "Stuttgard Center" - It is located in the heart of the city proper, in its own city centre. So if you want to stay for only a day or even just a few days, this is probably the place for you.
The name itself means "city centre" and is located in the heart of the city proper, in its own city centre.
The regions of Stuttgart, Sindelfingen, Boblingen and the Ruhr area are well connected and you can reach the city center by train, bus, tram, train or train. In the centre, Stutgart South and Stattgart West are among the most expensive rental apartments. To avoid the extremely high prices, you should look at the surrounding areas, some of which offer lower rents.
Explore events in the beautiful city of Stuttgart: there is a company called Stutgart Bike that offers a wide range of bike rentals, from bikes to bikes to bikes and even bikes for sale.
This is definitely one of the highlights of a visit to Stuttgart, and here you can actually visit the actual castle. The Mercedes-Benz Museum is another place to indulge your interest in cars and is a fantastic half-day trip to Stutgart.
You don't have to be a car fanatic to appreciate the stylish museum of the manufacturer, and you can even visit a whole museum dedicated to cars and their history. Bad Cannstatt is home to the Mercedes-Benz and Porsche museums, so to appreciate the stylish museums of both manufacturers, you can also donate a visit to Stuttgart, which is known worldwide for automotive excellence. No wonder they are sometimes called the cradle of the automobile, home to famous names such as Porsche and Mercedes Benz. Stutgart is home to some of the most famous German car manufacturers, such as Audi, BMW, Porsche, Mercedes, Audi and Audi.
We would be remiss if we did not mention that Bad Cannstatt is also the home of VfB Stuttgart and also the home of the Stutgart International Youth Hostel, which also bears the name Youth Hostel Stutigart. Located on the edge of the Stutsgard Mitte, it is about halfway up the Stutteringen hill and houses some of Germany's most talented young people as well as a youth hostel.
Schloss Solitude is located west of Stuttgart, just outside the city, and is a large castle built on a high hill.
Although it is not a castle, the best thing to do in Stuttgart is to visit the Stutgart Natural History Museum, also known as the Stutinggart State Museum of Natural History, which has the largest state-owned natural history collection in the world. With 11 million objects, it is one of the largest in the country and tells the story of the development of Germany from the beginning of time to the present through the history of nature.