Brita Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Augsburger Strasse 671 673, Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, 70329, Germany
Brita Hotel
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 18% higher than other 3 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families80
  • Couples75
  • Solo75
  • Business57

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World's Largest Flower To Be Blooming Next Week

by Kathrin_E

Not a question but an information for those who are around Baden-Württemberg next week...

The Wilhelma, the botanical garden and zoo in Stuttgart, is expecting a big event next week. The plant with the largest inflorescence in the world, the titan arum (Amorphophallis titanun), is producing a flower after 3 years of rest. This is the very same plant that broke the world record in October 2005 with a flower of 2.94 m height.
The flower will be fully open for one single hour. This is expected to happen next Wednesday, July 23 - but no one knows for sure. The Stuttgart plant has been named "La Diva" for some reason... Half-opened it's impressive enough, though.

Wilhelma's Titan Arum Diary (with photos):
Wikipedia on titan arum:

Re: World's Largest Flower To Be Blooming Next Week

by Turtleshell

The Botanical Gardens in Bonn have four titan arums, three of them already, and basically simultaneously, came to bloom this year, which is a new record.
Apparently, the fourth bloom can be seen during the upcoming days. Predicted date was July 16.

As always, the stench of carcass will attect tousands of people. ;-)

Re: World's Largest Flower To Be Blooming Next Week

by Kathrin_E

Update for all lovers of giant stinky flowers:

La Diva started opening her flower this afternoon at 14.15. The Wilhelma stays open till 22.00 tonight and tomorrow.

Pictures on the above quoted websites.

Travel Tips for Stuttgart

Endless Castles

by suubi

visit the various castles in and around the city. The new palace for example:
it reflects a lot of French influence. Today, in the central building, it houses the rooms for the representatives of the State Parliament; in the side wings the Inland Revenue and Cultural Ministries. As it leads up to the 'Small Palace Square' (pedestrian precinct called Kleiner Schlossplatz) there is a large statue by Calder, the 'Mobile', and other sculptures by Hrdlicka and Hajek.

Bad Urach

by keeweechic

This is a historic city of The Old Spa Bad Urach south east of Reutlinger in Schwabische Alb. Its just the most delightful little town with wonderful buildings and intriguing shops. There is a coffee shop there with cakes to die for (I can’t remember what it’s called unfortunately) but it is sure to pile the calories on. Unfortunately I don’t have much information on my photos as yet. It has been the hardest thing to find English information to tell me more about my photos but I will post them anyway.
This photo is Haus am Rohrenbrnnen.


by seoulgirl about Neckarmüller Gasthausbrauerei

This is a nice brewery with a great view of the river and a biergarten/beer garden. The beer garden is self service. You go up and order and pick up your food. You take your dishes up to the table also when you are finished. You can sit inside or out on the deck and get waited on also. Only downfall is they only had 3 types of beers to choose from. I had the wheat. There was wheat, radler (lemon infused) and a keller beer. I haven't eaten dinner there yet. We had a plate of beer cheese w/ onions and bread. A good snack to go with beer for sure!

Zoo and gardens

by bonio

First visit to a zoo for many years, recommended by our hotel, and an enjoyable afternoon. Usual array of animals to entertain us, penguins Mrs Bonio's favourite, enjoyed the selection of birds myself. All set in interesting gardens, reminiscent of the Alhambra in Grenada a little.

Like in a fairly tale

by suubi

The „Residenzschloss“ is situated in Ludwigsburg which lies in the North west of Stuttgart city.
The castle was built by Herzog Eberhard Ludwig and counts as one of the biggest still existing Germany baroque castles. It was once the residence of Württenbergs dukes and queens.
Fondest Memory: Fabulous gardens consisting of over 30 fairy scenes surround the castle offering a breathtaking sight.


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