Stuttgart Things to Do

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  • 1. Wihelma

    Opening times Main Entrance May-Aug. 8.15 a.m.-6.00 p.m. April+Sept. 8.15 a.m.-5.30 p.m. March+Oct. 8.15 a.m.-5.00 p.m. Nov.-Feb. 8.15 a.m.-4.00 p.m. Better you look by yourself because the opening...

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  • 2. Koenigstrasse

    4 out of 5 stars

    This pulsating city captivates visitors from all over the world by virtue of its unique situation and magnificent panoramic views. Exciting contrasts between historic and modern buildings bear...

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  • 3. Porsche

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Update: The new Porsche museum has been solemnly opened on 31 January 2009 Porsche hopes to lure 200,000 visitors a year to the museum - competition for the rival Mercedes museum, located a half-hour...

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  • 4. Neues Schloss (New Castle) and Schlossplatz

    The Neues Schloss is very reminiscent of the palaces of nearby France. This is due to Duke Carl Eugen of Württemberg wanting to create a new Versailles in Stuttgart. The design had a great French...

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  • 5. Mercedes

    5 out of 5 stars

    Nothing but absolute automobile heaven. As a car crazy child I was overawed by the National Motor Show at the NEC in Birmingham, but if I had been taken here instead, I would have sniffed at anything...

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  • 6. Altes Schloss (Old castle) and Schillerplatz

    Stuttgart's Schillerplatz is one of the most picturesque parts of the town, and perhaps the one most evocative of earlier times. The square is surrounded on all sides by historic buildings, including...

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  • 7. Outside Stuttgart

    Another town outside the main city of Stuttgart, SE about 10 mins. drive or 20 mins. by train. It's a very picturesque town. It's on the 8-18 th of August 2008. Please see the website. They have alot...

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  • 8. Parks and Gardens

    I am sorry, but the green U is spoiled. For the construction of the S21 they made a big mess and removed a part of the park. You can't cross the bridge from Oberer Schlossgarten near the theatre to...

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  • 9. Events

    The Krautfest is every year at the weekend of the 3rd sundy of October (18./19. Oct...

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  • 10. TV Tower

    4 out of 5 stars

    THE TOWER IS CLOSED FOR UNLIMITED TIME :'( you only can watch it from outside, the Restaurant at the bottom is open I will inform you when it is open again, hopefully soon Good news, in...

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  • 11. Churches

    The Stiftskirche (Collegiate Church) completes the triumvirate of landmarks in Schillerplatz. It was built by Albert Jorg in the 15th and 16th centuries, and is the main Protestant church for...

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  • 12. Museums

    The Wurttemberg's state museum is vast, taking up a large section of the palace itself, and tracing the history of the region through artifacts and exhibits. There is lots to see here, from many time...

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  • 13. Marktplatz and Town Hall

    The Market Square (Marktplatz) dates back to around 1714, although it has been developed additionally since the war. The Marktplatz is a wide open space, and a good central point for navigating the...

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  • 14. Palace Solitude

    4 out of 5 stars

    This tranquil palace, with its relaxing parks, is out in the hills overlooking the city, a half an hour bus journey from the train station. The palace itself is quite small, and easily viewed in half...

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  • 15. Food and Drink

    One of the biggest and most beautiful wine festival of Germany. Here meet more than one million visitors, they call them also "Viertelesschlotzer" and friends of the swabian kitchen. Open 26. August...

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  • 16. Neckar River

    I have this Informations from the Stuttgart marketing GmbH. Hopes that help you to plan your travel. Season April to December Day please look at scanned picture Time 10:30 - 16:00 Price ...

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  • 17. SI Zentrum and Musicals

    SI ZENTRUM - A huge building which concentrates lots of nice restaurants, bars, cinemas and theaters ( some souvenier stores as well). There are two famous plays going on there: VAMPIRE and CATS. Do...

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  • 18. Planetarium

    3 out of 5 stars

    Carl Zeiss is the scientest of Jena in Thuringia famous for his measuring and optical instruments. He's also the man Stuttgart's planetarium is named after. If you are a fan of astronomy, and have a...

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  • 19. Rotenberg

    You absolutely have to visit the Grabkapelle on the Rotenberg. It is situated on the Rotenberg Mountain. You've got a wonderfull view over the vineyards and the Neckarvalley. The 'Grabkapelle' was the...

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  • 20. Tagblatt-Turm

    This piece of modern architecture was the first high rise concrete tower block in Germany. It caused quite a stir when originally built, being at 61 meters as...

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  • 21. Staatstheater

    Opposite the Staatsgalerie, and beautifully framed by that building's fountains, is Baden-Württemberg’s state theater. It contains both the theater itself, and...

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  • 22. The State Opera in Stuttgart

    The Stuttgart Opera House was built from 1909 to 1912 as part of the Royal Court Theater (Königliches Hoftheater).Unlike many of the nearby buildings, the Opera...

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  • 23. Renitenztheater

    Not far from the Old Playhouse is the cleverly-named Renitenztheater, a cabaret theater that was founded in 1961. To understand the name, you have to know that...

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  • 24. Opernhaus der Wurttembergischen Staatstheater

    The opera house was once the Royal Court Theater, and was built from sandstone between 1909 and 1912 by Max Littman. It contains over nearly 1400 seats, and...

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  • 25. Gottlieb Daimler Stadion

    After a major refurbishment in the late 1980s and early 1990s partly financed by Daimler-Benz, the Stuttgart town council dedicated the stadium to Gottlieb...

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