Hotel Gloria

Sigmaringer Strasse 59, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, 70567, Germany
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Stuttgart

by johnwalters

Hi,

I heard during the world cup that there were some coffee shops selling canabis in Germany. Would this still be the case in stuttgart?

Thanks
JW

RE: Stuttgart

by altamiro

Surely not. Selling cannabis is still illegal in Germany, although consumption and possession of small amounts are not prosecuted. I don't know where you have the info from, but AFAIK the "coffee shops" remain a Dutch specialty.

RE: RE: Stuttgart

by orlikins

Once is enough to post the question...

A couple of towns along the Dutch border are bound to have it, but Stuttgart is nowhere near Holland.

Possession of small amounts is tolerated, but I don't think open sale of hash would be permitted, especially in such a conservative part of Germany.

RE: RE: Stuttgart

by laughing_lioness

No way will you find a coffee shop in Stuttgart or anywhere else in Germany that openly sells any sort of dope. If the police finds out about any drug dealing they'll close the place right away.
Do agree that this remains a dutch speciality.

RE: RE: Stuttgart

by Lemmi

There are places like that in numerous cities, they don't sell openly, but sellers walk up to you if you sit down for a drink and wait long enough. However you would have to know a local to find those spots.

Travel Tips for Stuttgart

Burg Hohen Neuffen

by seoulgirl

We could see this big thing on top of a hill that looked like a castle or fortress. So we decided to drive up there. It's a big fortress with a beer garden inside. There are events there all the time. There was a bird exhibit and live music when we were there. It's quite the walk up to it so be ready for that. Great view too.There's a fancy restaurant built into it also. We ate in the beer garden. It's not to far from Neckartenzlingen. Head in that direction and you will see it.

A Great Place to Eat

by Beograd about Swabian Food

The food in the beer tents is of very good quality and not to mention quantity. Most of the food, if not all, is fully natural without any bio modified additives that are so prevelent in the world these days. It is a point of pride for the Germans to use only naturaly raised and fed food stuffs.

So, my suggestion would be to come to Wasn hungry (the thirs will follow!) and forget about calories! here are too many of those to be counted in their food but it's fantastic!!!! Just take a look at portions on our plates! Though they match the beer stiens :)

When in Germany, do as the...

by PartyRambo

When in Germany, do as the Germans do - drive fast!!!
I've been an auto nut... er, enthusiast... for 20 years now, and while I actually did get the rental car up to 190 km/h, I only felt safe photographing the dashboard at the shown 170...

Hegel House

by Nemorino

The German philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel was born in this house on August 27, 1770.

The house now contains a small museum about Hegel's life and work. It begins on the ground floor with an exhibition on Stuttgart during Hegel's Lifetime 1770-1831.

Admission to the Hegel House is free. It is open Monday through Friday from 10:00-17:30 (Thursdays till 18:30), and Saturdays from 10:00-16:00. Closed on Sundays.

The Hegel House is the only museum in Stuttgart that is open on Mondays (except for one of the obnoxious automobile museums).

Second and third photos: On the first and second floors of the Hegel House there is a permanent exhibition showing the various stations in Hegel's life, from his birth and childhood in Stuttgart to his professorship in Berlin. As a young man he even spent a few years in Frankfurt am Main, where he worked as the house teacher for the children of a wealthy family. (This was how young intellectuals often earned their living in those days.)

Fourth photo: A wall of the museum with enlarged replicas of Hegel's handwritten pages.

Fifth photo: Here they have left off a square of the wall plaster to show how the house was constructed using oak timbers. While doing restoration work they uncovered several different color combinations of paint that had been used on the walls in various centuries.

City Walk

by JimKnopf

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

Season April to October
Day daily
Time 11 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.
Participants min. 5 persons max. 25 persons
Price Euro 6,- per person
Meeting Point >>i-Punkt<< Tourist information office Königstraße 1A (across from the main station)
Languages English + German
Advance Booking Necessary phone +49 (0)711/2228-0
Get to know Stuttgart and its attractions on an enjoyable and informative walking tour through the palace garden and the historical city centre. Learn about the history of Stuttgart's palaces, soak in the atmosphere on Schlossplatz square or marvel at the glass exterior of the Museum of Art. THE guided stroll through the heart of the city also gives you fascinating insights into Stuttgart's cultural and architectural history. The walk finishes in the cit centre.

Bookable online at least 4 days in advance

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