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Welcome to Stuttgart

About Stuttgart

Home to more than 600,000 residents, Stuttgart is the sixth largest city in Germany in terms of population and is the capital city of the German state of Baden-Württemberg. Stuttgart has a long history, dating back to the 10th century, and its name comes from a time when it was a site for breeding cavalry horses.

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Stuttgart is one of the most economically significant cities in Germany, with companies such as Mercedes-Benz and Porsche headquartered there. Located in the heart of Swabia, the city is often nicknamed the Swabian metropolis by Germans due to the regional dialect spoken by natives. The Black Forest and Swabian Jura mountains are about an hour drive away from the city centre.

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Where to Stay

Where to Stay

Although there are 23 districts in Stuttgart, the city is fairly small compared to other German cities. So long as you’re within the city limits, you’ll still be just a short journey away from the main attractions via public transport or car. The city’s main square, Schlossplatz, is the largest square in the city and joins the city’s commercial centre with the historic centre. Around Schlossplatz, you’ll find the Altes Schloss (Old Castle), which dates back to the 15th century, the Stiftskirche Church, which dates back to the 12th century and the Neues Schloss (New Castle), a Baroque style structure with a reconstructed modern interior that now houses government offices. If you want to stay within the city boundaries but still feel close to nature, the streets surrounding the old Palace gardens may be perfect for you.

Things to do

Things to do

Being such an historic city, Stuttgart has a huge variety of things to do and see. For families, the Wilhelma Zoo is a zoological-botanical garden, which houses around 11,500 animals from 1,200 species including orangutans, chimpanzees, giraffes and okapi as well as 6,000 plants from across the world. If you’re a car enthusiast, then why not check out the Porsche Museum or Mercedes-Benz World, which contains more than 160 vehicles from the beginning of the company to the present day. There is also a large selection of museums and galleries to visit, including the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, which houses works by Salvador Dali, Max Beckmann, and Picasso, the State Museum of Natural History, the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart, which is a contemporary and modern art museum, and the Linden Museum of world cultures, which includes artifacts from the Islamic world, China and Japan, North and Latin America and Oceania.

Eating and Drinking

Eating and drinking

As Stuttgart is located within the renowned Swabian region of Germany, it is proud to boast a thriving culinary scene with the best German cuisine. Why not sample a hearty German meal in a warm and welcoming restaurant environment? Of the many dishes on offer, some of the most popular include: Maultaschen, which are large parcels of pasta filled with spinach, meat, onion and bread; Schupfnudeln, which are a kind of potato dumpling that is traditionally fried with sauerkraut and bacon; and Spätzle, a popular side dish that of egg noodles. Most restaurants in Germany serve alcohol, so you’ll also be well placed to enjoy some traditional German beers with your meal. Of you don’t fancy regional cuisine, there are also plenty of other culinary options to choose from. Stuttgart has a great selection of Thai and Vietnamese restaurants.

Getting Around

Getting around

Despite its relatively small population Stuttgart benefits from extensive public transport networks. The city has a light rail system known as the Stadtbahn, which runs as an underground service through much of the city, with stations labelled with a ‘U’ symbol. The suburbs of the city are served by the suburban railway system, known as the S-Bahn. Stuttgart is also home to the only urban rack railway in Germany. Known as the Zahnradbahn, the railways is powered by electricity and runs between Marienplatz and the district of Degerloch. As well as the Zahnradbahn there’s also the Standseilbahn, which is a funicular that runs through the Heslach district and Waldfriedhof. Stuttgart Airport is situated roughly 8 miles south of the city centre, and it takes around 30 minutes to travel between the airport and city centre via the suburban rail network. The airport is the only one in Germany that has just one runway.

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Tiina
Tiina
10 Excellent
August 2016
2 persons in Degerloch close to Metro/7

I booked the property for my friends, who were in trouble - already approaching Stuttgart, but in turned out that their Wimdu booking had been turned down without them noticing. Dagmar reacted very quickly after my request and and we can...

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Harkirat
10 Excellent
August 2016
Apartment CITRUS in the Blue House

It is a very comfortable house, it has all the things you need and I recommend it.

Chandrahas
Chandrahas
10 Excellent
July 2016
Romantic guestroom Stuttgart

This was my first experience with Wimdu and it went pretty smooth. The room was as advertised, with a shared kitchen and bathroom/WC. The host Oliver was very helpful in giving precise directions to the place. The place was very tidy and...

Jan
Jan
10 Excellent
June 2016
Guest Apartment Stetten

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