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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.
It's a well-known fact that the Markthalle (Market Hall) sells vegetables, exotic fruits and spices, but for those who enjoy down-to-earth Swabian cooking it's worth ...knowing that you can enjoy a good meal here, too.
An insider tip in the heart of Stuttgart for all beer lovers: at the Schönbuch brewery you'll find award-winning speciality beers. Hungry (and thirsty) guests can ...dine in an informal atmosphere in the generously-sized rooms or outside on the terrace at wooden tables and enjoy a crisp knuckle of pork with a beer sauce and home-made bread dumplings.
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.
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 Austria specialities.
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.
The Stuttgart State Gallery shows "Oskar Schlemmer - Visions of a New World" in a Large State Exhibition.
Stuttgart sightseeing tour with beer tasting.