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Stuttgart

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Magnificent panorama and splendid architecture, cultural diversity and traditional festivals - Stuttgart, the state capital of Baden-Württemberg, delights its visitors. Due to the numerous green stripes, parks, woods and historic buildings, some people take Stuttgart for the "paradise of Swabia". Reflected by the awareness of life experienced staying here, this paradise gets an even higher reputation. In other words, the ability to enjoy the city almost causes something like ease, even you find yourself surrounded by the original, down-to-earth Swabes. Highlights include the famous State Theatre, the large State Gallery, the Museum of Natural History and the Weißenhof settlement.
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Do and see
Whether it's culture or relaxation, Shopping fun or musical theatre - there's lots to do and see in Stuttgart: Discover over 125 years of automobile history at Mercedes-Benz Museum and Porsche Museum, enjoy the world-famous Stuttgart ballet, celebrate at Stuttgart's beer festival or soak up the unique atmosphere at the Christmas market. Moreover, chapels and palaces can be found all around the city and do not forget to spot one of the wine yards just around the corner. After a long day of sightseeing, you might want to relax in the mineral spas in the city or just finish the evening with a perfect glass of wine or beer. Come to the south of Germany and enjoy!
Mercedes-Benz Museum
The Mercedes-Benz Museum is truly one of Stuttgart’s main tourist magnets. The extraordinary and award-winning architecture in the form of a double helix is certainly an eye-catcher. On the nine floors there are about 160 historic and brand new vehicles displayed, ranging from the world’s first automobiles to the noble Luxuskarossen.
Stuttgart State Museum of Natural History
Tucked away in the Royal Gardens you can find the 19th-century palace, now housing the Natural History Museum. Come here and see the imaginative displays of the evolution as well as the constructed natural habitats. The museum’s centrepiece is a 13 metre-long pollack whale in the oceanic exhibition.
Musicals
Stuttgart is renowned for being an entertainment centre, with one of Germany’s top musical venues. The theatre is located by the SI-Centrum, which houses several theatres, a movie theatre, a casino and a state-of-the-art video game arcade.
Porsche Museum
If you love beautiful cars then you should definitely head over to this museum which is housed in one of the most spectacular buildings in Stuttgart. The futuristic building designed by the Viennese architects Delugan Meissl rests on three V-shaped pillars. In the exhibition, which covers an area of 5600 square metres, about 80 vehicles and 200 smaller items are on display. This is a unique place to learn more about the world-famous, iconic vehicle Porsche!
Burial chapel Württemberg
The romantic burial chapel (Grabkapelle) was erected by King Wilhelm I in loving memory of his wife who passed away. This monument of Swabian classicism was built in the years 1820 to 1824 by court building master Giovanni Salucci. The burial chapel Württemberg, surrounded by picturesque vineyards, is one of the most beautiful viewing points in Stuttgart.
Art Museum Stuttgart
The Stuttgart Museum of Art (Kunstmuseum Stuttgart) houses contemporary and modern art on an exhibition area of 5000 sq.m.. Extraordinary: The museum's outstanding Otto Dix collection with around 250 of his works. The building itself is a piece of art - at the night the stone core of the glass cube glows.
Linden Museum
The whole world under one roof: The Linden Museum is amongst Europe's leading museums of ethnology. Discover foreign cultures and learn about art and civilisation history of other countries...
Wilhelma
One of the most beautiful in Europe: Stuttgart's unique zoological-botanical garden Wilhelma with around 9000 animals of 1000 species, a beautiful orchid collection and much more is a must-see for families and zoo lovers. It was built as a moorish garden for King Wilhelm I of Wuerttemberg from 1842 - 1853.
Information
Stuttgart Airport
Stuttgart Airport is located about 14 kilometres from downtown Stuttgart. The airport is easy to reach from the city. Lines S2 and S3 of the metropolitan S-Bahn trains will take you to Stuttgart’s main train station. The journey takes 27 minutes. The trains run between 4.55am (5.25am on Sundays) and 12.25am. There are taxi ranks outside of Terminals 1,2 and 3. The ride takes about 30 minutes. You will also find several car rental agencies in the arrivals hall of the airport. and also parking for your private cars is available.
Public Transport
The VVS operates Stuttgart’s public transport system consisting of buses and trains. The city is divided into zones and the more zones you cross when travelling, the more expensive your ticket will be. For short distances, opt for the "Kurzstrecke" ticket which is valid for three stops. If you are planning a busy day of sightseeing, splurge on a daily ticket, called "Tageskarte". Tickets can be bought from vending machines, bus drivers and sales locations. The tickets are slightly cheaper if you buy them with your cell phone.
Taxi
There are taxi ranks at the train station, Bismarckplatz and many other locations throughout the city. You can call a taxi any time of the day.
Post
To find a post office you should look for the yellow "Deutsche Post" sign, many offices are located throughout town. For sending postcards and letters you can use the yellow public mail boxes. Deutsche Post: Arnulf-Klett-Platz 2,Stuttgart +49 228 4333112 Deutsche Post Filiale: Nordbahnhofstraße 75, Stuttgart +49 228 4333112
Pharmacy
Pharmacies (distinguished by a red "Aphotheke" sign at the front) have alternating opening hours during nights and weekends, in order to be always able to access a pharmacy. Addresses of the pharmacies on duty are posted at the pharmacies or online. Internationale Apotheke: Königstraße 70, Stuttgart +49 711 2247820 Apotheke Stadtmitte: S/U Bahn, 1 UG, Rotebühlpl. 20B, Stuttgart +49 711 2265717
Telephone
Country code: +49 Area code: 711
Electricity
230 V, 50 Hz
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