Have a ride by the city trains (S-Bahn) that travel every five or ten minutes about the city.
You can reach city's most remore places in no time by S-Bahn if you have a map with you.
You can call +49 0711 19 44 9
or visit the web site.
I saw some wooden structures in the city now. They are called works of art.
This one is called 'The Trojan Horse'.
It stood at the entrance to a bank near the railway station.
I was in the belly of the horse and imagined I was an ancient warrior...
Fondest memory: Walking on the central market square in the city.
Favorite thing: The Palace Square (Schlossplatz) is not only the core of Stuttgart city center but also one of the most beautiful forecourts in Germany. It is spacious and beautifuly laid out and a meeting place in summer for people who are hungry for the sun. The annual summer festival with rock concerts turns the elegant plaza into a pulsating couldron.
Favorite thing: The Stuttgart Theatre looks fabulous from outside - I haven't actually ever gone there to see a play, but from the architecture point of view the building is GORGEOUS! Surrounding the theatre there is a wide garden and a little lake, which (provided that they day is sunny and warm) make a nice relaxation spot on a Sunday afternoon.
The Königstrasse. This is the main pedestrian-only street that runs through Central Stuttgart. Everything is on this street. Restaraunts,shops, major Department stores,Cinemas,etc...
On a Saturday afternoon it is a great place for a promenade and to people watch.