Romantik Hotel Traube

Brabandtgasse 2, Plieningen, Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, 70599, Germany
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Day trip from Stuttgart?

by Iowa2

A friend of mine is visiting her college age daughter, who is working for the summer in Stuttgart.

She is wondering what they can see in a day and get back, as her daughter has curfew. Tourist attractions are important, but this is a sharing experience first.

They can rent a car, but that is not her first preference. Time wasted traveling is a concern, however. Any train connections should be minimal. If a car is reguired, a car it is.

Any suggestestions will be genuinly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

Re: Day trip from Stuttgart?

by bugulma

It could be Ulm or Freiburg in Land Baden wurttemberg as well as even Munchen, Salzburg and Strasbourg, the cities in 2-3 hours by train. One day i had a day trip to Salzburg even. So there are various choices. Besides there is Ludwigsburg town with a nice castle and park as a suburb town of Stuttgart

Re: Day trip from Stuttgart?

by bugulma

just adding that train options, including s-bahn, you may see on (english available)

Re: Day trip from Stuttgart?

by abalada

Esslingen (medieval city centre)
Lugwigsburg (Baroque palace and city)

Both are just approx. 10-15 min. by train from Stuttgart.
Single day ticket is EUR 11,10

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Hohenzollern Castle

DB timetable
From: Stuttgart
To: Burg Hohenzollern

Only one daily bus (arr. 11:40 at the castle). As the return bus is at 16:10 (only on request) you can also walk down the hill to Hechingen station (2-3 km).

On the route to Hohenzollern Castle there is Tübingen, also worth a visit (famous university town with medieval town centre).

This trip can be done on the Baden-Württemberg Ticket single (EUR 19,00). A day ticket covering all local trains and most other local public transport (e.g. VVS and the bus from Hechingen to the castle). Validity
Mo-Fr: 9am till 3am next day
Sa,So: midnight till 3am next day

Re: Day trip from Stuttgart?

by t_maia

May I suggest Tuebingen for a day trip? It is a charming little town with lots of wooden beam houses on hills. Especially nice is a boat ride on the Neckar river when it is sunny and warm. It is a little over 1 hour away with regional train leaving either from Stuttgart main train station or from Bad Cannstadt.

Travel Tips for Stuttgart

Separate Staircases

by Nemorino

Like most of the older opera houses in this part of the world, the Stuttgart Opera has separate staircases going up to the second and third balconies on the left and right sides of the building.

The idea of this was that the elegant spectators at the lower levels should be spared the indignity of having to mingle with the less elegant spectators from the cheaper levels upstairs.

The staircases going up to the third balcony (“III. Rang”) are narrow, dimly lit, not carpeted and not decorated. They just serve the purpose of getting the not-so-well-off people up to their cheap seats without letting them go through the more posh areas down below.

The key to FREE BEER

by jayhawk2000

At your first opportunity buy yourself a Stuttcard, your 3-day passport to a discounted break in the city, available from the tourist office in town or at the airport.

You will benefit from free or reduced admission to most local attractions plus FREE drinks and snacks at many taverns and coffee shops! We're talking espressos, cakes and beer for nothing!

You'll receive a book of vouchers with a city guide and map.

The 'Plus' version comes at 17.50 euro/12.00 pounds with a travel card for free public transport in the city which needs endorsed the first time you use it. You can buy a standard version without the travel card for 11 euro/7.50 pounds.

I'm not sure how they interpret the 3 days, whether it's good strictly for only 72 hours from when you buy it or if it's good for 3 full calendar days. If you're in town for more than 3 days you'll need to start buying travel tickets.

HOWEVER, no-one EVER checked our ticket against our vouchers, so even after the travel ticket expired (and, technically, the vouchers) we carried on getting our freebies for another couple days! ***ssssh!****

Here I am with the owner of...

by Slydevil

Here I am with the owner of ZIMMER restaurant, at the place ZIMMER wine is produced. I saw all the steps. The wine seems to have a special taste after you see its production....Lucky me, Am I not??

University of Music and Performing Arts

by Nemorino

This squat round tower, which to me looks like an unfinished lighthouse, is the home of the University of Music and Performing Arts (Staatliche Hochschule für Musik und darstellende Kunst Stuttgart).

The building was completed in 1996, and is directly across the street (a very busy six-lane motorway, actually) from the opera house.

In the ground floor of the tower there is a concert hall with seat for 500 spectators, where frequent concerts are given by students and faculty of the university. The rest of the tower consists of classrooms and practice rooms, as well as the university library and cafeteria.

To get up to the top of the tower, take the elevator to the eleventh floor and walk up one flight of stairs to the roof.

Second photo: From the top of the tower at the University of Music and Performing Arts you can look out through various round and square openings at different parts of the city of Stuttgart.

Third photo: Through one of the round openings you can get some nice views of the back end of the opera house, with one of Stuttgart's seven hills in the background.


by antistar

This is a great place to grab a coffee and sit overlooking the Neues Schloss, and sit watching the busy Konigstrasse pass you by. The place gets very busy, and the service slows down to a crawl accordingly. The Konigsbau itself is a Classic building, supported by doric columns, and built between 1856 and 1860 as a concert hall, ball and commercial building. Today, located as it is on Konigstrasse, it hosts a multitude of shops and cafes.


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