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Black Forest and Baden-Baden Day Trip from Frankfurt
"Leave the city of Frankfurt behind and travel to the southwest corner of Germany by luxury coach. You'll head to the northern edge of Germany's Black Forest (Schwarzwald) to discover the sunny region of deep-green woodland that covers the mountains in the state of Baden-Wurttemberg. a chic Black Forest spa town for sightseeing with your expert guide. Visit the famous Belle Epoque Kurhaus Casino one of the oldest and most beautiful gambling houses in Europe. Enjoy a guided tour of the historic casino admire the extravagant interior furnishings and soak in the château-like atmosphere.Your day trip continues with a scenic round-trip tour through the vast deep-green woods of the Black Forest
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Heidelberg and Baden-Baden Tour from Frankfurt
"Leave central Frankfurt and travel south to Heidelberg in the northern Baden-Württemberg region – roughly an hour away. Straddling the River Neckar the romantic city is framed by dense woodlands that seemingly try to hide its star attraction – Heidelberg Castle. Referred to as the 'schloss’ by locals the castle is the epitome of a fairytale fortress with palatial Gothic-Renaissance architecture lavish grounds and heart-stopping views. Head inside and explore the ruins with your guide walking through its large courtyard and along the terrace. Drink in the sweeping views and then admire some of the castle’s artifacts like the wine barrel that is said to be the largest in the world.After your castle tour
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Black Forest and Strasbourg Day Trip from Frankfurt
"Leave the city of Frankfurt behind and travel to the southwest corner of Germany by luxury coach. You'll head to the northern edge of Germany's Black Forest (Schwarzwald) to discover the sunny region of deep-green woodland that covers the mountains in the state of Baden-Wurttemberg. a chic Black Forest spa town for sightseeing with your expert guide. Elegant and sophisticated Baden-Baden offers a delightful townscape of tree-lined avenues grand buildings and boutiques alongside its legendary thermal baths. See the famous Kurhaus Casino before traveling through the dark Black Forest woods to visit Lake Mummelsee.In the afternoon your trip will continue west to the cosmopolitan city of Strasbourg
From EUR185.00

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King Street

Koenigsstrasse (King's Street) is the central shopping and business street in Stuttgart. It's close to the railway station.
Even if you have little time for your stay in the city, you can go there and visit a lot of stores or just take a stroll and window-shop.

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Jul 20, 2014

Lifestyle in Stuttgart, Germany

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 witness to its past and present – so walking through the centre of town is like taking a stroll through architectural history. But as well as architecture, art also enjoys high priority in "StuttgART".

A number of highly interesting museums also attract visitors, especially the Mercedes-Benz and Porsche automobile museums. For entertainment there are also many enjoyable events, such as the traditional Stuttgart Beer Festival (Cannstatter Volksfest), one of the greatest bear festivals in the world, the Stuttgart Wine Festival (Stuttgarter Weindorf) or one of the most loveliest Christmas Market in Europe.

And Stuttgart is a veritable shoppers' paradise. Along the "Königstrasse", Germany's longest pedestrian precinct, large, modern department stores rub shoulders with branches of well-known international chains.

Want to turn night into day in Stuttgart? There are plenty of opportunities, depending on what you're looking for. The best way to enjoy the nightlife in the heart of the state capital is on foot. Many of the wine taverns, bars, pubs and discos are in the middle of town. And it's no problem getting home with a night bus or taxi, even late at night or perhaps even in the small hours of the morning.

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TrendsetterME
Jun 02, 2013

Konigstrasse

This is the main shopping street, and stretches for a full 1100 meters of heaving humanity from the main station, Arnulf-Klett-Platz, to Marienstrasse. This seething mass of shoppers has to be seen to be believed on a Saturday, and agoraphobics need be warned. I don't think I've ever seen a shopping street this busy in Germany, except for the Zeil in Frankfurt.

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antistar
Oct 30, 2011

Konigstrasse

Konigstrasse is the shopping mile of Stuttgart. Along this street you can find department stores, special shops, cafés and relaxation areas. During the day is very common to see street artists from the whole world liven up the pedestrian zone with concerts and theater. In the south part of the street you can see some half-timbered houses.

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Sep 19, 2008
 
 
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Koenigstrasse

Take a stroll down the Koenigstrasse on Saturday afternoon, and you''ll see hart and soul of Stuttgart.I just love this street , it is a combination of old and new.If you like shopping just walk up and down the streat ther are some great shops there but if you like a hidden treasure turn into one of the little side streats you never know where they will take you.

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Schnecki
Apr 28, 2006

Neverending shopping !!!!

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 !!!!!!

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mauro_pd
Apr 18, 2003

Königstrasse - Stuttgart's top shopping street

Koenigstrasse is Germany's longest pedestrian street... certainly feels like it, having walked up and down a number of times now! It stretches from the main train station to Rotebuehlplatz.

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Feb 07, 2004

Relaxing garden

Just visit the relaxing garden beside Koenigstrasse ... it's an ideal spot to calm down after a busy shopping afternoon :-)))

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Apr 18, 2003

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The Art mix

A unique and very interesting side of Stuttgart are the numerous artists from all over the globe who entertain the city especially during summer.

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Oct 14, 2002

Things to Do Near Koenigstrasse

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Planetarium

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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TV Tower

And FINALLY it's open again :-) and at 5th february 2016 it's celebrating 60 years. At this day you can be there up for 24 hours, beginning at 9 o'clock in the morning. At 6th ) o'clock in the...
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Mercedes

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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Porsche

When I first came to this museum twelve years ago it was little more than a handful of Porsche cars crammed into a former workshop behind the showroom. It was a major disappointment. Not any more....
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Palace Solitude

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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Castle Hill

If you enjoyed Esslingen's old town from within the narrow lanes, why not check out how it looks from above? The castle hill just behind the old town provides a great view over the valley and the...
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Königstraße, 70173 Stuttgart,

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