Hotel La Ferte

Strassburger Strasse 1, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, 70435, Germany
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From England to Stuttgart

by ruffguide


I live in Stuttgart and my friends are coming from England to visit me for Volksfest! Yay! What would be the cheapest way for them to get here? Ryanair fly cheaply to frankfurt, would it be possible for them to get a group train ticket from frankfurt, if so how much would this cost?
any help is greatly appreciated!
best wishes

RE: From England to Stuttgart

by zuriga

Your friends best deal might be on German Wings. I think they go directly from Gatwick to Stuttgart.. low fares. It will take them a lot shorter time that way than going first to Frankfurt.

RE: From England to Stuttgart

by civilian

Ryanair is not serving frankfurt/main, they use frankfurt - hahn, wich is in the middle of nowhere. find some infos about connections to hahn airport here:

RE: From England to Stuttgart

by abalada

Best would be to fly directly to Stuttgart. flies London-Stansted to Stuttgart flies Manchester to Stuttgart
From Stuttgart Airport the best deal is a VVS mini group (2-5 persons) ticket for the whole VVS area. EUR 13,50.

Next best option is Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden Airport aka Baden-Airpark (FKB) flies from London-Stansted to Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden.
Best deal here is the Baden-Württemberg Ticket and to use local trains. EUR 25,00.
From: Stuttgart Airport
From: Baden-Airpark
To: Stuttgart

Hahn is not really a good option. It's some 125 km west of Frankfurt.
Shuttle bus to Ludwigshafen (EUR 16 pp). From there you can use the Baden-Württemberg Ticket.

RE: RE: From England to Stuttgart

by abalada

Ryanair to Friedrichshafen is also an optin still better than Hahn.
Friedrichshafen is also in Baden-Württemberg, thus you can use the Baden-Württemberg Ticket again.
Friedrichshafen Airport has also its own railway station.

DB timetable
From: FDH
To: S
and select as means of transport "only local transport" if you want to use the Baden-Württemberg Ticket.

Travel Tips for Stuttgart


by suubi

I don´t know whether you regard it as sports but you can enjoy a trip along the River Neckar on one of the boats of the Neckar-Personen-Schiffahrt (Neckar Passenger Ship Service - NPS). The boarding point is opposite the "Wilhelma" in Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt. The season lasts from late March up until late October.

Getting There

by keeweechic

By Air : Stuttgart-Echterdingen Airport (STR) is a half-hour journey by car or taxi. Various hotels operate shuttle services to and from the airport, but require pre-booking.

By Train : The train station is right in the centre of town (photo) and, immediately behind it, you'll find the bus station.

By Bus : The airport bus runs every twenty minutes between 5am and midnight.

New Palace and Palace Square

by keeweechic

The New Palace was built in the form of a U shape during 1746 to 1807 and reflects a French influence. After being used as a noble residence, it was rebuilt from 1958 to 1968 and today its 365 rooms are used for the representatives of the State Parliament, Inland Revenue and Cultural Ministries. The Schlossplatz (Palace Square) features the Jubilee Column and two fountains dating from 1863.


by Cristian_Uluru

Konigstrasse is the shopping mile of Stuttgart. Along this street you can find department stores, special shops, cafés and relaxation areas. During the day is very common to see street artists from the whole world liven up the pedestrian zone with concerts and theater. In the south part of the street you can see some half-timbered houses.

Schloss Rosenstein

by bugulma

In the end of the city park you can enjoy Rosenstein Castle. It was built in 1824-1829 by architect Giovanni Salucci for Wurttemberg King Wilhelm I. Now it is museum of nature here (museum is situated in the building since 1920).


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