Akademie der Diozese

Paracelsusstrasse 91, Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, 70599, Germany
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change of hotel

by margsch

I,m already in Munich and have just been notified that the Novotel in Stuttgart is closing and that I,m now booked in at the Airport Mercure Eichwiesenring 1, I have no idea where this is and how to get there using public transport. HELP please. Their website just gives directions from the airport and I don,t want to go to Stuttgart Flughafen. I have a heavy suitcase so don,t want to walk too far and am prepared to get a taxi some of the way.

RE: change of hotel

by abalada

DB timetable
From: Munich
To: Echterdingen
To: Stuttgart Flughafen
To: Heigelinstrasse (West), Stuttgart

Either train to Echterdingen or Stuttgart Airport and from there by taxi.
Or bus to Heigelinstrasse. Approx. 200 m from the Airport Mercure.

RE: change of hotel

by gargamel111

hi there,
You did not tell us where You coming from. I guess via train, so You will arrive at the main station Stuttgart. Just go out of Your train and enter "S 5" direction Möhringen or Leinfelden. Go out at Moehringen Bahnhof and take the bus 72. Or a taxi which will be about 12 - 15 Euro.

You can also go to the airport (like said above), but there You have to take the 809, this is a bus with a very less frequenz.


Travel Tips for Stuttgart

World Finale IAAF

by JimKnopf

World Finale of athlletics of the best athletes 22.-23. September.
Explanation of second picture:
1. High jump
2. Pole vault
3. Long and triple jump
4. Shotput
5. Discus and hammer throw
6. Lance throw


by orlikins

I got a train from Cologne directly to Stuttgart, which took approximately 3.5 to 4 hours. A single second class ticket was roughly 80-90DM. The route takes you down the Rhine river and through some of the Black Forest.

Porsche museum and facory tours

by tmikeyt

If you are a fan of the marque of Porsche, you should afford yourself an opportunity to try and tour the factory. And seriously, you MUST make a reservation months in advance. If you know you are going to Stuttgart, call the factory (yes, they speak English, although they may initially answer the phone in German) and make an appointment. I didn't get to take the tour, because I didn't heed this warning. The museum is open and it's free to anyone, adult or child. While the collection is limited, the quality of the collection is high, still, the actual pieces are lacking. Museum hours are Monday through Friday 9-4 and weekends from 9-5. To park for the museum, locate the entrance to the museum (hiding behind the boutique) follow the road to the stop sign. Take a left, just a few meters up the hill. You will see a large parking lot at your left. Find a place to park there and walk back to the museum. It's about a 1/4 mile walk. Not too bad. This is where they tell you to park, so you need not worry about your car being towed. I'm simply saving you the embarrassment of having to ask. Or to having to fetch your car from the impound.

High in the sky

by suubi

One of my favourite spots is the TV Tower in Degerloch just a couple of Meters away from the city. Built in 1954-1956, the "Fernsehturm" is the first TV tower in the world to be built of reinforced concrete. It stands 217 metres high with its 4-level "basket" with restaurant and sightseeing platform at 150 metres above the ground as well as a further restaurant and terrace at the foot of the tower. It offers a magnificient view of Stuttgart as a green paradise.

Opening hours:every day from 9.00 a.m. (last ride to the top at 10.30 p.m.)

Adults Euro 3,--
children and young people from 3 - 16 years old, pensioners, invalids, Euro 3,--
students and schoolchildren over 16-years old (ID required) groups (20 or more) Euro 3,--

Marveling at the Castle

by hunterV

Visiting Neues Schloss - the New Castle - is a must for tourists coming to Stuttgart for the first time.
You can admire its pavements, fountains and the interior of the castle.
We were lucky enough to be taken inside the castle and to see the marble walls and sculptures, pictures and furniture from the 18th and 19th centuries.


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