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Charmingly situated in the heart of one of Germany's largest wine-growing regions, this vibrant metropolis fascinates visitors from all over the world. The state capital of Baden-Württemberg delights tourists not only by virtue of its magnificent panorama, its impressive gardens and parks, its fine squares, splendid palaces and buildings in a wide range of architectural styles, but also by its cultural diversity. Stuttgart itself lies in a basin-shaped valley that opens up to the Neckar. Vineyards and forest-rich heights are marking the conurbation according to the east and south, fertile plains to the west and north. While Cannstatt was already populated in the Romans time, Stuttgart was founded as a stud in the 10th century at a point where probably people had previously settled. 1219 Stuttgart was declared as a city by Hermann V. von Baden. From the late 15th century, Stuttgart was the duke's seat, from 1806 onwards capital of the Kingdom Württemberg. Today Stuttgart is the cultural and political center of Baden-Württemberg but also serves as an industrial, trade-fair and financial city. A big draw for visitors to Stuttgart is the sensational Mercedes-Benz World as well as the magnificent Porsche-Museum. Discover the myth of those world-famous premium cars in Stuttgart's unique automobile museums! Furthermore, the traditional festivals also enjoy world-wide popularity. Come and celebrate!
Whether it's Stuttgart's lovely Palace square or the unique automobile museums, the relaxing mineral spas or art at its finest - here's our top 10 for your trip to Stuttgart. Enjoy!
Whether it's culture or relaxation, Shopping fun or musical theatre - there's lots to do and see in Stuttgart: Discover over 125 years of automobile history at Mercedes-Benz Museum and Porsche Museum, enjoy the world-famous Stuttgart ballet, celebrate at Stuttgart's beer festival or soak up the unique atmosphere at the Christmas market. Moreover, chapels and palaces can be found all around the city and do not forget to spot one of the wine yards just around the corner. After a long day of sightseeing, you might want to relax in the mineral spas in the city or just finish the evening with a perfect glass of wine or beer. Come to the south of Germany and enjoy!
If you love a hearty meal, you will love Stuttgart! Here you will find plenty of places that serve hot plates overflowing with beef, sausages and Spätzle. Spätzle is ubiquitous in the area and is broadly comparable to pasta. The national dish, called Gaisburger Marsch, is a stew made of Spätzle, diced beef, potatoes, vegetables and fried onions. For an afternoon snack, the pretzel with butter is a good alternative, but there is no need to limit yourself to the regional specialties. In the area, you can also find a number of Michelin-star restaurants that are just waiting to “wow” you with their unique creations.
To most visitors’ delight, there is an abundance of cafés in Stuttgart offering various tasty treats. Sit down at one of the many cafés and have a nice cup of coffee or tea while watching the world pass by. And why not enjoy a homemade piece of cake at the same time?
Stuttgart is a city for big celebrations, wild festivities and long nights of partying. The "party mile" in the Theodor-Heuss-Strasse is second to none, and its numerous clubs, bars and lounges attract revellers from all over Germany. But Stuttgart also has countless options for guests who prefer soft music, cool drinks and a cosy atmosphere.
A shopping precinct more than a kilometre in length, big shopping plazas and lots of elegant shops and boutiques: in Stuttgart shopaholics can indulge themselves to their heart's content.
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