Geno Hotel Akademie Stuttgart

Steckfeldstrasse 2, Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, 70599, Germany
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Forum Posts

Klauss family beer tent

by mkosky

where in stuttgard is the Klauss family beer tent . i will be there this where thinking of staying at millennium hotel which is in mohringen stuttgard thanks

Re: Klauss family beer tent

by globetrott

Maybe Claustaler ?
Thats an alcohol-free beer

Re: Klauss family beer tent

by christine.j

Or do you mean this beer tent at the Cannstatter Wasen festival?
http://www.klauss-und-klauss.de/cms/index.php

Re: Klauss family beer tent

by abalada

map showing the location of the Dinkelacker tent
http://www.klauss-und-klauss.de/cms/uploads/pics/Wasen_01.jpg

tram network map
http://www.vvs.de/download/458.pdf
The Millienium Hotel is at the Salzäcker stop of the line U3. The Dinkelacker tent close to the stop Canstatter Wasen at the line U11 (this line runs only if there are events). Travel time will be approx. 45 minutes.

Travel Tips for Stuttgart

Christmas Market

by dragontml


Begins the last Thursday in November and runs until December 23, is a winter wonderland of local crafts, choirs, a children's village and hearty food and drink.

They also serve here hot wine which I believe is only found in Germany ?

Take in the view

by jayhawk2000

One of the landmarks of Stuttgart is the TV tower atop a wooded hill east of the city centre. The tram ride on the no. 15 route is quite pleasant as it chugs uphill past many fine old homes. You are dropped off in the middle of a forest and it's a lovely 5-minute signposted walk through the trees to the tower.

If there is a queue for the lift there's a large and rather tacky souvenir shop to waste time in. With the tourist card you are entitled to the concession entrance fee of 2 euro, otherwise it's 3 euro per adult. Prices as at September 2004.

The lift is extremely fast but so quiet and smooth that you'll hardly notice it moving. The view from the observation deck at 150m/450 feet up is wide-ranging, though Stuttgart's lack of distinctive landmarks means the city looks a bit dull from a distance. The tower is open daily 9.00am-10.30pm.

You can go back to town on routes 7 or 8 of the U-Bahn from the transport interchange near the tower, most of this is underground but it is faster than tram 15.

I do recommend you make at least one tram ride through one of Stuttgart's elegeant residential neighbourhoods.

Good German Cooking

by Jasen71 about Ochs'n Willi

For the local Swabian foods try this restaurant! The owner of old has retired now, but some of his photos of the rich and famous that had dined here are still to be seen on the walls.

The menu has full fat, low fat and vegetarian options, and the food and service is great.. apart from being called 'English' I was most happy with it all.. The smoked pork joint served with red hot horse raddish and mustard..

State Art Gallery

by Nemorino

The State Art Gallery (Staatsgalerie) is a combination of old and new architecture.

The Old Gallery, shown here, displays paintings from the Middle Ages to the 19th century. The New Gallery, which was added in 1984, contains art of the 20th century and soon also the 21st.

Both are located just across the street from the Opera House. But it is a very wide and busy street, so the only sane way to get over there is to go through the pedestrian tunnel, though I don’t usually do that if there is a feasible alternative.

Opening hours:
Wednesday, Friday to Sunday 10.00 - 18.00
Thursday 10.00 - 21.00
Closed on Mondays

Prices:
EUR 4.50, or EUR 3.00 for those who get a reduction
Free on Wednesdays
There is also a family ticket for EUR 8.00

Mittlerer Schlossgarten

by Bigs

The middle garden is also nice for a break. There are two lovely beergardens for example. If you like to play chess or Boule there is a big garden chess square in the middle of the park and two lanes for throwing the bowls.

How come that there are mostly older men playing chess here?

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