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Private Tour: Heidelberg Half-Day Trip from Frankfurt
"Meet your expert guide and air-conditioned vehicle outside your centrally located Frankfurt hotel to begin your private 6-hour sightseeing tour of Heidelberg a picturesque town on the banks of River Neckar in southwest Germany. Often described as Germany’s most beautiful city Heidelberg is renowned for its Baroque Old Town pretty Renaissance buildings and haunting castle ruins. Follow in the footsteps of the romantic poets most notably Johann Wolfgang van Goethe and the likes of painter William Turner and fall in love with this beautiful
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Private Tour: Heidelberg Half-Day Trip from Frankfurt
"Meet your expert guide and air-conditioned vehicle outside your centrally located Frankfurt hotel to begin your private 6-hour sightseeing tour of Heidelberg a picturesque town on the banks of River Neckar in southwest Germany. Often described as Germany’s most beautiful city Heidelberg is renowned for its Baroque Old Town pretty Renaissance buildings and haunting castle ruins. Follow in the footsteps of the romantic poets most notably Johann Wolfgang van Goethe and the likes of painter William Turner and fall in love with this beautiful
From EUR117.00
 
Private Tour: Heidelberg Half-Day Trip from Frankfurt
"Meet your expert guide and air-conditioned vehicle outside your centrally located Frankfurt hotel to begin your private 6-hour sightseeing tour of Heidelberg a picturesque town on the banks of River Neckar in southwest Germany. Often described as Germany’s most beautiful city Heidelberg is renowned for its Baroque Old Town pretty Renaissance buildings and haunting castle ruins. Follow in the footsteps of the romantic poets most notably Johann Wolfgang van Goethe and the likes of painter William Turner and fall in love with this beautiful
From EUR117.00

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Public Transport

I live in Stuttgart and I don't own a car. This is how I use public transport... 1. Tickets: Public transport in Stuttgart is expensive compared to other German cities. In return you get very clean...
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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

We booked a special fares to Stuttgart by British Airways special (european destination) fares. Likewise, if you book early in advance at least (3mths) fare from £57 excludind tax can be obtain. At...
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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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bonio
Oct 19, 2007
 
 
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JimKnopf
May 18, 2007

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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JimKnopf
May 17, 2007

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...
egain
Jun 05, 2005

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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Kurtiemon
Dec 23, 2003

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.
Redang
Oct 03, 2005

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

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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Outside Stuttgart

The Gerlinger Homeland Museum of the Germans from Hungary represents a department of the city museum Gerlingen. There in the context of the sponsorship of the city Gerlingen is kept alive since 1969...
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Neues Schloss (New Castle) and Schlossplatz

The Neues Schloss was built in 1807 on a project of Leopoldo Retti as residence palace of the royal family. Today the New Castle is the home of the ministries of the Baden-Wuerttemberg state...
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Altes Schloss (Old castle) and Schillerplatz

Alte Schloss Museum - Set in an old palace, the museum features a small sampling of finery found at the Palace in the 19th Century, ancient history of pre-historical findings in the area including...
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Wihelma

Germany's only 'zoological-botanical' gardens, the Wilhelma Gardens in Stuttgart provide truly regal accommodation for their animals: the gardens, greenhouses and buildings in a Moorish style were...
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Porsche

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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Top 5 Stuttgart Writers

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antistar

"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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