Park Hotel Stuttgart

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Villastrasse 21, Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, D-70190, Germany
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Good For Couples
  • Families100
  • Couples100
  • Solo50
  • Business88

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Forum Posts

Stuttgart to Black Forest

by deepa_sg

I would be arriving at Stuttgart at 6 am on March 30th, 2007. I would be travelling onward to Baden Baden to see the Black Forest. Please let me know if there is a bus that would get me there and if yes, the details of this bus (when it leaves Stuttgart, from where, which metro station is closeby, how many hours the journey would be.

Thanks much!

Re: Stuttgart to Black Forest

by abalada

There are trains.

You can buy a Baden-Württemberg Ticket Single (EUR 18,00) which covers all local trains in Baden-Württemberg. And also the buses in Baden-Baden. Validity
Mo-Fr: 9am till 3am next day
Sa,So: midnight till 3am next day

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

Travel Tips for Stuttgart


by keeweechic

The Stuttgart area is probably one of the warmest parts of Baden-Wuttemberg with suggested average warm summers and reasonably mild winters, although snowing to me doesn’t represent mild and it can get as low as -9C. Temperatures can range from 20C in summer down to 1C in winter. Generally July and August are the warmest months. Stuttgart area also seems to have less rainfall than the rest of the region.

Dress Code : Casual clothes, including jeans, are perfectly acceptable for wandering around the city and at restaurants and cafes for informal dining, but in the more upmarket restaurants and bars men will be expected to wear a jacket and tie. German women on the whole do dress well and will choose formal clothing for social functions.

If you are staying in...

by Taitsu

If you are staying in Stuttgart for a longer period and plan to travel around by train it's worth buing a DeutscheBahn-card. This entitles you to travel inside Germany for something like 50% of the prices. Initially I thought it was quite expensive (some 135DM), but for those planning to travel a lot, you save the money pretty quick.

Stuttgart Square

by daryll

Must step in and see.
Stuttgart main square was the classic tourist attraction in the city. Main reason is that, the new palace (Neues Schloss), once belongs to King Friedrich I and Wilhelm I, now is the State Finance & Culture Building. The original palace were actually destroyed during the WWII, and now is a new structure built similar to the old one in the 70's

Neverending shopping !!!!

by mauro_pd

Koenigstrasse ... no words to describe ... a neverending street fully packed with shops, bars, stores & so on; I can put 1 dollar on the table that nobody is able to walk it all along without getting crazy !!!!!!

Stuttgart and the world around with one view

by JimKnopf

The tv tower was the first of the world. You have a very nice view onto Stuttgart and the region around Stuttgart. Also you can see very good from where the meteor comes that made this nice valley for Stuttgart. :-)

(last update: 01. June 2004)
Opening hours:
Daily from 09:00 a.m.
Last drive to the top: 22:30,
Observatory is opening until 23:00 p.m.

The television tower remains closed on 24.12.

Admission (observatory):
per person___________________5.- EUR
children 0 - 2 years_____________free
children 3 - 12 years____________3.- EUR
groups of 20 or more people _____3.- EUR per person
annual ticket
per first person (regular) 40.- EUR
guided tours (reservation necessary)
(available for groups of 15 people maximum)
80.- EUR (+ 3.- EUR per person)
(subject to change)

Guided tours are possible after reservation only. To make a reservation or ask for more information please call 0711 / 23 25 97.



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