Strassburger Str. 1, Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, 70435, Germany
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Any supermarlet on Sunday?

by ann77

Hello there,

I'm coming to Stuttgart at Saturday night and I wonder if any supermarkets are open on Sunday (in oder to buy just very simple food)


RE: Any supermarlet on Sunday?

by Dukaat

As I recall the train station has a large number of stores and they are open on Sunday.

RE: Any supermarlet on Sunday?

by civilian

yes, train station and petrolstations will sell basic supermarket items, with a higher price. all other shops are closed, beside bakerys, that sell some hours ar morning.

RE: RE: Any supermarlet on Sunday?

by ann77

thank you very much for your replies. So I will not be hungry:))

RE: RE: Any supermarlet on Sunday?

by gargamel111

when coming via airport there You will find also a few stores - not so sure when they will close. on sundays gas stations are the best deal, but there arent so many downtown Stuttgart. there the trainstation (ground floor, next to ticket counter) You will find the store.
have fun

Travel Tips for Stuttgart


by ATXtraveler

I was lucky enough to have a wife that loves me, and brought me a Sachertorte from Salzburg on her way into Stuttgart. VT member B1Bob alerted me to this wonderful food when he learned of Sarah's plan to come in from Salzburg.

If you are going to be in the southern part of Germany and can make it on a side trip to Salzburg, we highly recommend this delicious dessert, which is chocolate on the outside, and a dark cake mixed with a delicious apricot jam.


by Bigs about Swabian Food

It was nice to sit on the square and watch the people pass by. It was a nice summers evening and so the many tables of the numerous bars and restaurants were filled with people. It had a lively atmosphere and I could sit there for ages.

In the middle of the square like place there is the fountain of "Hans im Glück". I had Käsespätzle of course, a very typical swabian dish. Spätzle are traditional self made noddles. And these come with melted cheese. The side salad also has been really tasty.

Despite the good food, the beer also has been very delicious. They serve the Bavarian "Löwenbräu" brand here. I tried the dark beer and it was very delicious, so that I had three huge ones :)

Hop on to the only urban rack railway in Germany

by annase

The trip from town across the city on the Stuttgart Rack Railway (Zahnradbahn, or Zacke as the residents affectionally call it) to the urban district called 'Degerloch', where the tower is located is also worth the experience. It is the only urban rack railway in Germany and it is fully powered by electricity. The line was opened as early as in 1884, so it's over 100 odd years old.

The 2.2 km route climbs a height of 205m. The maximum incline amounts to 17.5% (between the stops 'Liststraße' and 'Pfaffenweg'). It also provides a pretty view over the city centre between the stops 'Pfaffenweg' and 'Wielandshöhe'.

Krautfest in Leinfelden

by seoulgirl

This is a cute festival which feature saukraut and the mighty cabbage. There is also an old car show/parade to entertain you. We also saw some guys with big elaborate mustaches made with beard hair I believe. Probably some mustache club thing going on. Really cool. There's a tent set up that had 2 guys playing German folk songs and the food was awesom looking. Huge plates of course. We had a Saurkraut Kuchen, a saurkraut quiche. It was different but good. There was a local sweet wine as a special also. They also had little booths with people selling their local food specialties or liquors. A nice little fest. Oh, there were larger booths alongside the road that were pretty packed. It's not a very crowded festival, very nice!

You can buy buckets of fresh sauerkraut or big cone shaped cabbages. They will also shred your cabbage fresh for you.

King Wilhelm Column

by hunterV

The Column to King Wilhelm erected in the middle of the 19th century stands in the center of the city opposite the New Castle and is seen from a distance.
The Column is a manifestation of the people's love and loyalty to their kings.


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