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Wine was cultivated on in all 45,000 hectares in Wuerttemberg in 1600 and often in the surplus of wine it was "free for whoever wanted it".
Stuttgart Museum of Viniculture, Stuttgart Gliding up through the vines to one of Stuttgart's most beautiful scenic lookouts - on a segway!
In many locations in the region, there are old, at times historic wine presses, whereas most of them today no longer are used for their original ...purpose.
The exclusive 4 Star Business hotel Wyndham Stuttgart Airport Messe (formerlyGrand City Airport Hotel Stuttgart Messe) is located directly next to the airport and ...trade fair grounds in Stuttgart. The perfect location for business and leisure travellers. The hotel has 229 rooms and suites and ample parking spaces.
The Hotel Wartburg - for good reasons: where everything is right, where you feel comfortable and where you can work greatly! Located in the heart of Stuttgart - ...with an charming atmosphere! Close to the Königstraße, theatres, museums, the old and the new castle!
Stuttgart shows you the history of cars !Experience in the region of Stuttgart the whole history of the automobile from its ...beginnings until today. Nowhere else in the world you will find two fascinating car museums at one place. Visiting the impressive museums of Mercedes-Benz and Porsche will take you to the world of dream cars.
The StuttCard offers you the Stuttgart Region all inclusive. Enjoy many advantages at over 50 partner institutions!
You‘ll find regional cuisine and a range of excellent beers from the Schönbuch Braumanufaktur brewery in a modern ambience here in the heart of Stuttgart. The extensive ...menu offers both delicious regional dishes and seasonal specialities. No-one need go thirsty, either, with the vast choice of freshlytapped draught or bottled beers on offer. In fine weather there‘s also an attractive outdoor area for dining al fresco.
In the historic abattoir, fans and enthusiasts of pig-based art, kitsch and culture will be completely in their element. After an exciting tour of the traditional ...tavern on the ground floor, visitors can tantalise their taste buds with a crispy knuckle of pork, for example.
Restaurant with Swabian and Austrian specialities.
This wine tavern is popular with its regulars but equally so with other guests who come to enjoy what the friendly Kachelofen team prepares for them, for example ...roast sucking pig or the famous Maultaschen (filled pasta). Wash these down with a home-made ginger spritzer and all's right with the world!
The green inner courtyard will delight al fresco diners enjoying traditional local specialities such as Rostbraten (grilled steak), Spätzle (noodles) or Maultaschen ...(filled pasta), though the menu also includes lesser-known dishes. In the vaulted cellar there's also a wonderful assortment of rare and exotic wines on offer.
Immediately opposite Ludwigsburg Palace stands the oldest house in Ludwigsburg and one that is steeped in history. Ever since the year 1707, for more than 300 years ...now, the Waldhorn has been an inn, and here the artists, architects and artisans who built the palace once dined.
Fun comes first on Stuttgart's fairground Wasen in the south of Germany: The Stuttgart Beer Festival.
The colorful, cheerful Stuttgart Spring Festival invites you the Cannstatter Wasen.
The best of animated film can be seen at the International Festival of Animated Film in Stuttgart.
Join the STUTTGART-Citytour and discover the most important sights Stuttgart has to offer on our Hop-on Hop-off bus tour!
Discover Stuttgart City Centre from a Segway - a fun guided tour!
Gliding up through the vines to one of Stuttgart's most beautiful scenic lookouts - on a segway!
Up and Down Steps to Pinguin: Up hundreds of stairs towards Stuttgart's popular ice cream shop pinguin. A guided tour with a sweet treat!
Guided tour: The Stuttgart City Walk takes you on an interesting stroll around the city centre - and to the unique market hall.