Airport Hotel Stetten Stuttgart

Untere Halde 12, Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, 70771, Germany
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Lake Titisee

by seoulgirl

Would you recommend staying at this lake for a couple days? Is it too touristy? Expensive? Any recommendations on places to stay (good area). We like to stay cheapy but would like to have a balcony with a view of the lake. Is staying near Lake Schluchsee a better choice? Thanks.

RE: Lake Titisee

by christine.j

Both Titisee and Schluchsee are beautiful. Due to the lack of snow right now it won't be too touristy. You can get good deals on accomodation, but you may have to contact several hotels. Tomorrow the schools in Baden-Württemberg will get a week off because of carnival, so some places may be booked. When do you plan to go?

RE: RE: Lake Titisee

by seoulgirl

Thanks. I didn't know about the holiday, whew. Thought of going this weekend. I don't think we will now. There's always next weekend. Do you know of any cabins to rent on a river or lake that is remote and not too far from Stuttgart?

RE: RE: RE: Lake Titisee

by altamiro

I like Schluchsee much better than Ttitisee - it is much larger and less touristy.

RE: RE: Lake Titisee

by altamiro

I like Schluchsee much better than Ttitisee - it is much larger and less touristy.

RE: RE: Lake Titisee

by christine.j

Lake Constance - Bodensee - comes to my mind. There are so many places there that you'll be sure to find a nice hotel. Meersburg is a particular beautiful town and not too far from Stuttgart.
http://www.meersburg.de/c-sys/modules/cms/usage.main.php5?setActiveLanguageId=2

Or you can go north to the Neckar, for example stay at this hotel:
http://www.neckarsteinach.com/hotel/
Neckarsteinach is small town with mountains (hills rather) and the Neckar.

A beautiful lake in the Black Forest is the Mummelsee, but at least in summer it's overrun by busloads of tourists. Now it won't be too bad, because there are no skiers - no snow - and the hiking season hasn't started yet. There is a very nice hotel right next to the lake.
http://www.schwarzwald-shop.com/index.php?id=56&lang=de

RE: RE: Lake Titisee

by seoulgirl

Thanks alot Christine. I have never heard of Mummelsee. Looks like a gem. I google all day long for trip plannning. It's nice to get help.

RE: RE: RE: Lake Titisee

by altamiro

Mummelsee is tiny, just 1/2 km across. It is overrun with day trippers almost the whole year. I have been there often and don't care for it much.

Schluchsee is about 12-14 km long and the biggest lake in the Black Forest. From there (or from Titisee) you have an easy access to the Feldsee which is like Mummelsee but much more beautiful :-) and since the only access to the Feldsee is on foot (1 h walking from Feldberg car park/bus stop, or 2 h walk through the forests from Hinterzarten) it is not overrun with bus tour groups.

RE: Lake Titisee

by christine.j

If you're also interested in lakes without accomodation next to it: My favourite in the Black Forest is the lake near the Ruhestein. This is not too far from the Mummelsee, but like the Feldsee - which is also beautiful - you can can only get there by walking .
It's at the B500, there is a large parking lot and then you can either walk up or take a lift. Once you're up, you have to walk for a while, until a small path leads down (steep!) to the lake. Nothing touristy there.
http://www.naturschutzzentren-bw.de/servlet/PB/menu/1065663_l1/index.htm

Travel Tips for Stuttgart

When entering a restaurant

by seoulgirl

When entering a restaurant that is not touristy and not that large it is customary to say a polite hallo or Morgen to the diners. When you walk into small bakeries or butcher shops/stores it is always polite and customary to say hello when entering.

Train

by bugulma

The railway station is situated in the center of the city and I'm sure all S-Bahn lines and U-Bahn lines cross the area. By train you can go to any cities of Baden Wurttemberg as well as many ICE and EC go through Stuttgart station.

Great view!

by Isuam

Visit the 483m high Television Tower of Stuttgart! The view over the city is amazing!
There's a nice restaurant and also a souvenir shop.

Opening hours:
Daily from 09:00 a.m.
Last drive to the top: 22:30,
Observatory is opening until 23:00 p.m.

Only 3 Euro / person.

You can get there by car or by tram.

Visit the highlight of sommer...

by suubi

Visit the highlight of sommer which takes place from 8th - 11th August 2002 on Schloßplatz and in the upper gardens (City center). The best caterers in the city will offer lavish delicacies in white party tents and an extensive music programme will be presented on four stages.

Bad Cannstatt Walk

by JimKnopf

I have this Informations from a flyer of the Stuttgart marketing GmbH. Hopes that help you to plan your travel.

Season May - October
Day 3rd Saturday/month
Time 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Participants min. 10 persons max. 25 persons
Price € 10,- per person
Meeting Point Entrance "Wilhelma-Theater"
Languages English + German
Advance Booking Necessary phone +49 (0)711/2228-0

Why are people from Bad Cannstatt called the "Mondlöschern", where does the legendary "Gretle von Strümpfelbach" hail from, and where was the brassière invented? There's loads to see and do in Stuttgart's oldest suburb, especially as this is where one of the world's most important inventions was made that was to revolutionise the way we live: an invention that provided people with a previously unimaginable degree of mobility. Come with us on a fascinating journey of discovery around Bad Cannstatt!

Bookable online at least 4 days in advance

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