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Filderbahnstrase 25, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, 70567, Germany
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Forum Posts

I need advice for seven days in Stuttgart

by Puerto79

Hello.

Could you help me a bit? I´m going for three weeks to Germany , we are a family of four, with two children of 10 and 15 years old and first we will stay seven days in Stuutgart. We will rent a car and I would like somebody to help me with the towns around that are worth it to see,places to go with my children , nice cheap restaurant to eat,or any other tip will be apreciated, Any other suggestion?


Thank you for your help

RE: I need advice for seven days in Stuttgart

by abalada

Stuttgart
http://www.stuttgart-tourist.de/
- Mercedes Benz Museum
- Wilhelma http://www.wilhelma.de
- Mineral Bath "Das Leuze"
- TV Tower
- Löwentor Museums (fossils - impressive share from Stuttgart and surroundings)

nearby
- Esslingen (biggest old town in Baden-Württemberg not destroyed in WWII)
http://www.esslingen-tourist.de/
- Ludwigsburg (Baroque town and palace)
http://www.ludwigsburg.de

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For the above you better use public transport. Faster, cheaper and more flexible. For the sights below a car is the better idea:
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Swabian Alb
http://www.schwaebischealb.de/
Black Forest
http://www.blackforest-tourism.com/

RE: RE: I need advice for seven days in Stuttgart

by Puerto79

Thank you very much for all the information. Tomorrow I´ll check all the addresses on the web.Could you please tell me which is the cheapest way to travel in the city? Is it worth it to buy a any special ticket? Any recomendation? A family ticket? A day ticket? Do children pay in trains?
Thank you once more and greetings from Tenerife

RE: RE: I need advice for seven days in Stuttgart

by abalada

Stuttgart and area (Esslingen, Lugwigsburg): VVS mini group day ticket
http://www.vvs.de/en/fahrk_fahrkarten_gruppentages.php

Whole state Baden-Württemberg: Baden-Württemberg Ticket
Again a mini group day ticket. But is unlike the above valid on weekdays only past 9am.
http://tinyurl.com/rw7l5

Both tickets do not cover far distance trains. Inside Stuttgart area this is of course no problem (they won't stop anyway). For further journeys the covered local trains are of course slower.

children:
under 6 years: free
from 6-14 years:
- local public transport: reduced fares
- far distance trains (DB): free when travelling with a (grand)parent

RE: RE: I need advice for seven days in Stuttgart

by abalada

Cute and covered by VVS tickets:
the cogwheel train from Marienplatz to Degerloch which runs as line #10

RE: I need advice for seven days in Stuttgart

by margsch

For meals not too expensive in Stuttgart I like the self service restuarants in the department stores, all sorts of hot and cold meals including a salad buffet, very reasonably priced and you don,t need to speak german. Kaufhof, a large department store near the railway station has my favorite but you will find them in nearly all department stores throughout Germany.

Travel Tips for Stuttgart

Rosensteins to Stadtgallerie

by egain

I find that Stuttgart has a huge park that stretches for mile. We usually love to talk a walk at the park near Mineral Bader. From there we could walk up the hill to Rosenstein Schloss. From there either walk towards Wilhelma Zoo or towards Lowentor Naturekunder Musuem. The scenery is amazing. It´s like a very huge field with trees on the edges. You can even have a glimpse of Wilhelma´s animals from the park. Basically you can just see the Polar Bear, Llamas, Camels, Bisons and sometimes the goats. : )

From Mineral Bader you can just walk along the park and slowly reached Schlossgarten which is at the Stadmitte, behind the Neu Schloss!. We´ve finally completed the journey yesterday.

Spanish Food

by Taitsu about Rote Kapelle

In the summer the place is fantastic, because they have tables outside. Next to the restaurant there is a beautiful lake and on the other side of the lake there is an old church, which creates a really special ambience.

New Castle - Neus Schloss

by grayfo

The New Castle is a U-shaped building that was built during the period of 1746 to 1807, due to it being virtually destroyed during the second world war it had to be rebuilt (1958-64).

The Building contains over 365 rooms and shows off various styles such as Baroque, Rococo, Classical and Empiral. Today, the Building is home to Baden-Württemberg's State Government.

Festival for friends of the swabian kitchen

by JimKnopf

One of the biggest and most beautiful wine festival of Germany. Here meet more than one million visitors, they call them also "Viertelesschlotzer" and friends of the swabian kitchen.

Open 26. August - 06. September 2009 from 11:00-23:00 clock.

http://www.stuttgart-tourist.de/ENG/leisure/weindorf.htm

Renitenztheater

by Nemorino

Not far from the Old Playhouse is the cleverly-named Renitenztheater, a cabaret theater that was founded in 1961.

To understand the name, you have to know that lots of German towns have something called a Residenztheater, meaning the former official court theater at the Residence of the local duke, prince, margrave, count or whoever happened to be in charge of the area in the bad old days when Germany was split up into hundreds of small feudal jurisdictions.

By making two small changes in the word Residenz you get Renitenz, which means refractoriness, i.e. being stubborn, unmanageable, unruly, resisting control or authority.

Many of the well-known figures of the German-language cabaret scene have appeared here, including the Austrian singer-songwriter Georg Kreisler, author of the Gelsenkirchen song, Lola Blau and the hilarious Opera Boogie.

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