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Discover the Beautiful Scenery of Stuttgart

Cuisine, Culture, Nature

Picturesquely located in a valley among hills covered with grapevines, romantic hills and numerous parks, Stuttgart is most often associated with the automotive industry because of the headquarters of Porsche, Mercedes-Benz and Daimler AG. As the capital of the federal state of Baden-Württemberg, it will surprise you with the number of captivating panoramic spots that are often admired with a glass of wine made from the local grapes.


635,000 residents in the capital and largest city of the federal state of Baden - Württemberg


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The average temperature in summer is 20 ° C, in winter 0 ° C; the least rainfall is in January and February, the highest in May, June and July

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GMT +01:00


1 airport / STR


Sight- seeing, culture, sport, shopping

It is believed that the city was founded in 950 AD by the son of Emperor Otto I, Prince Liudolf, who established a military camp and a war horse breeding farm here; hence the name of the city: "Gestüt" (Stuotgarten), meaning "horse farm". One could say that Stuttgart continues its tradition in the field of transport, being the home of iconic car brands such as Mercedes and Porsche. Stuttgart is also a thriving scientific and research center where the largest number of patents in Germany are submitted annually.

When most people think of Stuttgart their thoughts instinctively turn to the luxurious and sporty cars that are designed and built here. Who would have thought, at the heart of the city only a few metres from the main station, that vines would flourish atop sunny hills, and that the capital of Baden-Württemberg should have so much more to discover.
Worth seeing
Schlossplatz is a lively meeting place situated at the heart of Stuttgart. This is the place where bustling vibrancy meets distinguished history. This stunning historical backdrop is always at the centre of what is going on: In summer, green spaces are transformed into popular sunbathing areas and the fountain provides refreshment as tourists and locals alike flock to the cafés on Schlossplatz to relax and unwind. And when winter comes, this meeting place turns into a winter wonderland as it plays host to the ice rink and festive Christmas market. And of course all year round Schlossplatz plays a central role for such events as Stuttgart Sommerfest.
Art and culture
The city has numerous galleries, museums and studios to see. Kunstmuseum Stuttgart exhibits some 15,000 works of Swabian Impressionism, Classical Modernism and contemporary art spread over around 5000 sqm of exhibition space. This art museum is famous for hosting an important collection of works by Otto Dix. Staatsgalerie Stuttgart meanwhile is one of the most visited museums in Germany, with the building itself featuring some striking abstract architecture. Here you can find paintings and sculptures ranging from the 14th to the 21st centuries, a majority of them of European origin. A manifest of the modern can be found in the Weissenhof Estate: Featuring 33 cubic flat-roofed homes, this exhibit was meant to address the issue of future urban planning. Weissenhofmuseum is located in the Le Corbusier house, while another of the semi-detached homes houses an exhibition showcasing the history of the estate.
The first point of call for all car lovers will undoubtedly be the Mercedes-Benz Museum, a building that follows the history and development of the classic automobile. Some 1500 exhibits narrate the story of the Mercedes-Benz brand. Not to forget the Porsche Museum, which chooses to especially highlight the sporting history of the dream car of the Germans.
Staatsoper Stuttgart is one of Europe’s most important opera houses. Together with Schauspiel Stuttgart and Stuttgart Ballett, the Wurttemberg State Theatre ranks among the leading opera houses worldwide and continues to play host to first-rate performances.
Food, drink and nightlife
Stuttgart boasts a surprising number of regional specialities. Cheese spaetzle is a traditional home cooking classic and is commonly served with fried onion and chives. The Swabian onion roast will be sure to provide meat lovers with an unforgettable culinary experience, as the fried onions and delicious sauce lend the dish a unique taste. Swabian potato salad is also the perfect side dish to complement any meal. Swabian hearty dishes will linger on in your memory long after you leave!
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Gaisburger Marsch

Gaisburger Marsch - this is a one pot dish, beef stew combined with potatoes or "Spätzle" as side dishes. The favourite dish of the former president of Germany, Köhler. In the district of Gaisburg, where the dish comes from, a summer festival is held every year to commemorate the history of the dish.

Onion Roast (Schwäbischer Zwiebelrostbraten)

Onion Roast (Schwäbischer Zwiebelrostbraten) - This roast with roasted onions together with “Spätzle”, a special pasta dish, is a favorite Sunday dish in the Swabian region, Stuttgart's historic land. It is important that the meat is not too lean, as then the baked onion will dry out during preparation and have a bland taste. This dish should not be missing from any self-respecting Swabian restaurant.

Zielone U (Das Grüne U)

Zielone U (Das Grüne U) - a huge area of greenery forming the letter U with a length of 8 km and an area of 5.6 km 2. A place that attracts people like a magnet thanks to various attractions such as huge stretches of flowers, an old tree stand, the "Killesbergturm" lookout tower, where green areas are connected with each other with wooden footbridges. The "Killesbergbahn" Park Railway for visitors of all ages runs around the park.


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Birkenkopf - This peculiar, tallest hill in Stuttgart, was created from 1.5 million cubic meters of ruins and debris that remained after 45% of the city was bombed during World War II. From the observation deck, at a height of 511 m, there is a spectacular view of the entire city and its surroundings. At the top of the mountain there is a memorial plaque with the inscription: "This mountain piled up from the ruins of the city after World War II, is a monument to the victims and a memento for the living."

Castle Square (Schlossplatz)

Castle Square (Schlossplatz) - the central point of the city developed with gardens and lawns serving as meadows for relaxation, often visited by both tourists and residents, it was until the mid-19th century a military parade square closed to the public. Formerly the residence of the kings of Baden-Württemberg, the “New Castle” is part of the square, the construction of which was completed in 1807 and is now the seat of the federal Ministry of Finance.


Grabkapelle - this tomb chapel was built by order of King William I of the kingdom of Württemberg to commemorate his love for his second wife Katharina. The Queen was buried in a chapel built in her favourite place, which used to be the common ancestral home demolished at the king's order to make way for a chapel in the shape of the Roman Pantheon. On the front of the chapel there is an inscription "Love never ends". From here you can admire the fantastic landscape of the vine-covered hills and Stuttgart itself.


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Lapidarium - a magical park with centuries-old trees, many viewing terraces and courtyards, gardens with fountains and numerous sculptures. A place that lovers of nature and art admire, a place where you can relax from the everyday hustle and bustle.

Weather in Stuttgart

The average temperature in summer is 20 ° C, in winter 0 ° C; The least rainfall is in January and February, the highest in May, June and July. We recommend that you check the detailed weather forecast before traveling.

2 C Light Snow
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  • Dec 7, Tue 4 Broken Clouds
  • Dec 8, Wed 4 Overcast Clouds
  • Dec 9, Thu 4 Overcast Clouds
  • Dec 10, Fri 4 Overcast Clouds
  • Dec 11, Sat 2 Overcast Clouds

Direct flights to Stuttgart

Corendon Airlines offers direct flights to Stuttgart at low prices. Early booking is recommended to take advantage of cheaper prices. Direct flights to Stuttgart, with Corendon Airlines, depart from Turkey (Antalya, Ankara, Kayseri, Izmir, Milas) and Greece (Crete and Rhodes). Booking with Corendon Airlines guarantees you good quality and service at low prices.

Choosing your flight tickets to Stuttgart

Cheap flight tickets to Stuttgart

We recommend following the Corendon Airlines website, where you can find cheap flights to Stuttgart from Turkey and Greece. With a variety of promotional offers you can book a cheap flight from Turkey, Crete and Rhodes to Stuttgart. A nice addition to the comfortable flights are tasty meals on board at moderate prices.

To go from Stuttgart airport to the centre of Stuttgart

The city center is very easily reached after landing at Stuttgart Airport. You can choose a taxi ride which takes around 20 minutes for around 35 €. If you prefer cheap transport to Stuttgart city centre, take the S - bahn, No S2 or S3 suburban train which will take you to the main train station (Hauptbahnhof) in 30 minutes. Trains run every 10-15 minutes. If you prefer to be independent, you can rent a car at one of the airport rentals.

Accommodation in Stuttgart

If you are in a hurry and are tired after your flight, there are several hotels near the airport. Stuttgart has a very wide range of hotels, ranging from luxury hotels to low-budget hotels. Even in the city centre you can find cheap accommodation in Stuttgart, in small hotels with no stars or in hostels. The cheapest accommodation in Stuttgart offers private accommodation and holiday homes.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Stuttgart

How far is it from the airport to the city center?

13 km

What time is Stuttgart airport open?

From April to September from 08:00 - 21:00, October to March from 09:00 - 19:00.

Is Stuttgart a big city?

It is the 6th largest city in Germany with 635,000. residents.

How to get around the city?

It is worth getting a day ticket valid until 7 am the next day on buses, S - bahn (commuter trains), regional trains

Is Stuttgart a green city?

Yes, Parks and recreational areas cover 6 thousand. m2, in addition, the municipal vineyards behind the main railway station extend over an area of 17.5 ha..


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