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Stuttgart

Stuttgart
Take a vacation and fly with Austrian Airlines to Stuttgart and have an experience you will never forget! The iconic South-German city of Stuttgart has an amazing assortment of activities and places to see. The city defines the whole urban region, and in such a center, you are sure to find plenty of activities to spend your vacation. The city has many museums and buildings chronicling the rich history of the region. Visit the Stiftskirche church, and Schillerplatz square. Take a stroll in one of many beautiful parks or in the Wilhelma Zoo or enjoy the cultural experience of the State Opera house, or visit the vineyards on the steep banks of the Neckar river flowing through Stuttgart. Whether you are young or old, single or with a family, Stuttgart is the destination for you!

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Worth knowing

Worth knowing

Germany
  • Currency: Euro(EUR)
  • Language: German
  • Capital: Berlin
  • Austrian flight destination: Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Cologne, Leipzig, Munich, Stuttgart, Usedom
Airport
  • Stuttgart Airport (STR): The airport is located 13 km (8 miles) south of Stuttgart.
  • Address: Flughafenstr. 43, 70629 Stuttgart, Germany
  • Telephone: (49) (01805) 948 444
  • Airport Stuttgart You will be directed to a possibly non-accessible site. Take care. Be careful.


Where to shop in Stuttgart

Where to shop in Stuttgart
Breuninger
Breuninger is known in Stuttgart as a fashion and lifestyle brand. Since last autumn the long-established company can be proud of additional 2,000 square metres for shoes in the flagship store on the Marktstraße. But let's take one at a time! In 1881 Eduard Breuninger opened his first store on the Münzstraße in Stuttgart. With a little sensation: he begins with a clearance sale. Eight years later the next surprise: the employees are allowed to take off Sundays - quite unusual for that time. Also holidays are to be introduced. 70 years later the next Breuninger vision follows: the Stuttgart company is the first company in Europe who would allow cashless payments via debit card. In addition, Heinz Breuninger installs a kindergarten for his customers as well as a garage and several restaurants. In 2006 the above-mentioned flagship store opens in order to display - six years later on the lower ground - high heels, flats and sneakers - 250 brands altogether. That's lived innovation that we like!
Blood sisters
Sichtbar

What to see in Stuttgart

What to see in Stuttgart
Flea market
If you come here you'll hit two fleas at one blow, because not only the flea market is great, the Karlsplatz, too, is worth a trip. In the middle of the square, which is lined by trees, you find a mighty stone lion. On Saturdays, however, the beast seems to disappear behind the immense accumulation of antiques, trinkets, useful and beautiful stuff. If you look for it you'll really find anything on this market. The quality is variable, you do have to push aside a lot of rubbish to find true gems. Yet this is part of the game, and locals have been enjoying it for 25 years now. Two things that are absolutely part of a visit to the flea market: Dedicated haggling - something is always possible - and a small beer at the takeaway. Maybe a sausage to go with it and you've made your day.
Literature walk
City library

Where to eat in Stuttgart

Where to eat in Stuttgart
Épicerie fine
Cornelia and Gert Habener, the owners of the épicerie fine, love France, so much so that they apparently had a hard time coming to terms with Swabian cooking. So they started to import treats and ingredients from France. What they make from it? Croissants, cheese platters, ratatouille or entrecôte. The lunch menus for about 10 euros are particularly popular, and all of Stuttgart comes here to celebrate French cuisine. Who's surprised? The cuisine is light but excellent, and the carefully chosen glass of wine is a blessing. The shop is located in a former bakery, which was renovated and radiates in its renewed old charm. The guests cannot help but enjoy life and devote themselves to the most beautiful things in life: eating, drinking, music, talking, laughter, art - in short, everything that sweetens one's life. Come for the petit déjeuner, than you'll know exactly what we mean: The épicerie fine is a piece of Paris in the middle of Stuttgart.
Das Fässle
Plenum

Where to stay in Stuttgart

Where to stay in Stuttgart
Zum Hexenhäusle
You don`t care about a central location? Then the Hexenhäusle (witch house) is a charming and authentic alternative to the hotels in the city centre. It`s hardly possible to get a cheaper place - which is why you can take the liberty to hire one or the other taxi. The rooms are bright, decorated in a sunny yellow and spotlessly clean. The hotel was last renovated in 2007, and since then everything has been shining in a warm glow. There are sinks in the rooms, yet no showers - those are on the floors for common use. If you want to save even more, you can bring your own towels and bed linen, otherwise you have to rent them. If you don`t feel like making your way into the city centre at night, you can settle down in the hostel garden or play table football with the other guests.
Motel One
Graf Zeppelin

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