Welcome to Stuttgart! Stuttgart Citytour Hop-on / Hop-off Open-Top Bus Tour You can get on and off the bus at any of the stops, just as you please. Each hop on/hop off-ticket is valid for 24 hours, so you have plenty of time to explore the city. from € 18.00 Related Links Hotel Details Tourist Info Details Weather in Stuttgart Details
29. Ludwigsburg Palace. Despite being a small city in the north of Stuttgart, the Ludwigsburg Palace is one of the grandest Baroque palaces in Germany. The Marble Hall is the most notable feature in this lavish place with ceiling that resembles an open sky.
Known as "Germany's biggest small town," Stuttgart is a thriving industrial metropolis in the heart of the bucolic Neckar Valley region. Get up close to some of the finest automobiles ever manufactured, take a hike near some of Germany's best vineyards, and enjoy beer and bratwurst with the locals. Stuttgart was a small rural town until the ...
8. Fernsehturm Stuttgart Fernsehturm Stuttgart. The world's first television tower would be interesting enough, but the 217-meter-tall Fernsehturm Stuttgart has the added attraction of an observation deck and restaurant, with sweeping views that reach across the city and Neckar Valley into the Swabian countryside, as far as the Black Forest and the Odenwald.
Stuttgart is located in southwest Germany in the German Bundesland (state) of Baden-Württenberg. It’s just a few hours away from France and Switzerland. Stuttgart is easy to reach via train, bus, car or plane. If arriving from the US, consider flying directly into Stuttgart International Airport.
The following is a timeline of the history of the city of Stuttgart, Germany. Prior to 14th century [ edit] Part of a series on the History of Germany Topics Early history Middle Ages Early Modern period Unification German Reich Contemporary Germany Germany portal History portal v t e 1st C. CE - Roman fort established ( Bad Cannstatt ).