Hotel Neuwirtshaus

Schwieberdinger Strasse 198, Stuttgart, Baden-W├╝rttemberg, 70435, Germany
Hotel Neuwirtshaus
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?bus from Neuwirtshauskreuzung

by margsch

Hello from Australia, I will be staying at the Novotel at this address and wondered if there is a bus on a sunday - I have printed off the bus 99 timetable to Zuffenhausen (a bus I have used before as my Aunt formerly lived near there),but there isn,t a 99 bus on a sunday, and I want to go into the city and maybe to the Cannstatter Volksfest on the sunday. I noticed for that route the bus 503 often appears, could I use that bus and where would I board it? I mainly need to reach Zuffenhausen Bahnhof , once there I will be fine to get into the city. I would email the Hotel but they take a long time to send a reply. Any information regarding public transport to and from this Hotel welcome.

RE: ?bus from Neuwirtshauskreuzung

by abalada

DB timetable
From: Stuttgart Neuwirthshauskreuzung
To: Bad Cannstatt

The 501/503 buses are covered by a VVS ticket.

RE: ?bus from Neuwirtshauskreuzung

by margsch

Thanks Abalada, I had a proper look at the VVS website and have realised bus 99 and bus 501 both get me to Zuffenhausen but 2 different bus stops, and by printing off the map I now know where I,ll be. I had never used 501 in the past but by printing off the personal Fahrplan I now have a bigger range of buses to use, and 501 does run on a sunday.

Travel Tips for Stuttgart

Take a trip to Marbach

by jayhawk2000

Another nice trip out of town, this time to the small hilltop town which was the birthplace of the famous poet, Friedrich von Schiller.

There are innumerable timber-framed houses, some castle walls, an old gatehouse you can climb, plus Schiller's home where he was born in 1759.

Schiller is famous for plays like Don Carlos and for his poem Ode to Joy, which Beethoven set to music in his 9th Symphony (Europe's official anthem).

He is also known for his observances and truisms, like "The rich become richer and the poor become poorer is a cry heard throughout the whole civilised world."

It was a lovely early evening when we visited but the old town was dead quiet. It is probably much busier in the day with visitors and seems to shut up shop at night.

Marbach is the terminus of route 4 of the S-Bahn which takes about 40 minutes from the Hbf in the city centre. You approach the town through lovely countryside filled with apple orchards before crossing the river and seeing the wall-encircled town.

Enjoy hendl menus....

by barbskie about The Wienerwald

Just at the Main Street, good food, its simplicity is combined with its beatiful interior decorations similar to real Vienna Patios. A familyfriendly restaurant with a reasonable prices. Also offers a take away service. I'ved tried their Hendl breast bedded with asian vegetables. Very fine and quite recommendable for those who wants to keep their ideal BMI. Hmmmm real yummy!

Johanneskirche im Feuersee

by katis

A neo-gothic church in Stuttgart-West. It is located on a small peninsula in a pond which creates a marvelous view from the bank opposite to the church. In a busy city of Stuttgart it is a place like from a different world. A peaceful spot just perfect to sit down and relax, despite not being that far from the centre.


by orlikins

Small lake and church in Feuersee. It's very central. Research tells me it was orginally a water resevoir outside city limits back in the 1700s. Its now a small city park in the city centre. The church you see in the pic is called Johanneskirche

Staatstheater Stuttgart

by bugulma

In the city park, not far from New Castle, there is State Theater of Stuttgart. As far as I now the opera performances are one of the best in Germany in modern points of view on classical stories. The building was built in 1909-1912 by Max Littmann.


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