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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
From EUR165.00
 
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
From EUR228.00
 
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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Public Transport

--New since last year, at the bus you have to go in at the front and show the bus driver the ticket.-- If you drive with public transport you should know about different ways to stop and drop out of...
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Airport

So you are hungry at the Stuttgart airport and don't want to pay a premium for mediocre food? Try Treiber, the bakery where the flight attendants and pilots buy their food. They sell good fresh...
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Trains

Stuttgart's main train station, or "Hauptbahnhof", is just east of the city centre, a few minutes walk from all the action. Inside, the "DB ReiseZentrum" railroad travel agency (open 08:00-20:00,...
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Getting there

In the case it also happen to you :-): from Cassano d'Adda to Stuttgart !!! Car from home to Milan-Orio airport Ryanair flight from Milan-Orio Bus from Hahn to Frankfurt Flughafen Train from FFurt to...
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Driving

To reach Wilhelma zoo & botanic garden's by car.................. A 81 motorway from the direction of Heilbronn/Würzburg Leave the A 81 at Exit Zuffenhausen (No. 17) and follow the B 10 main road...
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Zahnradbahn

This is a rack railway operating the very steep route from Marienplatz up to Degerloch. If you have any interest in unusual transport this is worth a visit. Journey time around 10 mins, lots of...
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Callabike, NEW IN STUTTGART propably from June 07'

Discover Berlin, Frankfurt, Cologne, Munich or Stuttgart by bike!Are you visiting Berlin, Frankfurt, Cologne, Munich or Stuttgart and want to hire a bike? Call a Bike is a special service of Deutsche...
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Neckar-Käpt'n

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 depend of...
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Basic transportation info

Germany´s train system is one of the best I´ve experienced so far. From Flughafen (airport), just follow the green logo bearing letter "S" and take the S-Bahn either S2 or S3. Both will stop by at the...
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Rail System

Getting around Stuttgart is fairly easy with the vast number of trains and railway systems throughout Stuttgart as well as from neighboring cities. The convenience allows you to walk only 1 or 2...
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How far/how long...?

Stuttgart is 222 km. northwest of München and 207 kms. south of Frankfurt.You can find here the distances together with the driving time and the best route.
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Top Hotels in Stuttgart

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Guts-Muths-Weg 18, Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, 70597, Germany
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Schillerstrasse 23, Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, 70173, Germany
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Willy Brandt Strasse 30, Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, 70173, Germany
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Arnulf Klett Platz 7, Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, 70173, Germany
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Heilbronner Strasse 21, Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, 70191 , Germany
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Plieninger Strasse 100, Sl - Erlebnis-Centrum, Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, 70567, Germany
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Top Things to Do in Stuttgart

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Koenigstrasse

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...
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Wihelma

Park Wilhelma, Home to botanical gardens and the city’s renowned zoo. Here you can walk along the banks of the Neckar River. I didn't actually have time to go to the zoo or the gardens. I would have...
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Neues Schloss (New Castle) and Schlossplatz

This tranquil and open space proves a welcome relief from the intense hustle and bustle of the adjacent Konigstrasse. The square sits basking in the glory of the enormous neo-classical Neues Schloss,...
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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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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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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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"Pure Horsepower"
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Nemorino

"Opera and Protest in Stuttgart"
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JimKnopf

"Sweet home"
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seoulgirl

"Our New Home GERMANY"
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hunterV

"Between Woods and Vineyards"
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