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UEFA EURO 2024 in Stut­tgart

In summer, Stuttgart will be one of the ten German venues for UEFA EURO 2024. While the matches will be played in the Stuttgart Arena, a colourful programme with public viewing awaits in the fan zones in the city centre. Here you will find everything you need to know about UEFA EURO 2024 in the host city of Stuttgart.

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Porsche Mu­seum Stut­tgart

Stuttgart

The Porsche Museum has been presenting automotive history and “Fascination Porsche” in an incomparable style ever since 2009. The impressive building is located in the heart of the company’s home city of Zuffenhausen and was designed by the Delugan Meissl architectural firm of Vienna.

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Mer­cedes-Benz Mu­seum Stut­tgart

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Take a journey through more than 130 years of fascinating automotive history – and on into the future. Enter the only place in the world capable of documenting the unbroken history of the automobile from its very beginning.

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Weis­sen­hof Es­tate with Weis­sen­hof Mu­seum

Stuttgart

The semi-detached homes designed by Le Corbusier, one of the most influential architects of the Twentieth Century, shows the aesthetic, social and technical upheavals of the Moderne.

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Sepulchral chapel Württem­berg

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Former ancestral seat of the Wuerttemberg noble family

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In­foTurmS­tut­tgart – Stut­tgart-Ulm rail­way pro­jekt

Stuttgart

Find out all about the Stuttgart-Ulm railway development project at the comprehensive exhibition in the Tower Forum at Stuttgart's main railway station. Demonstration models, fascinating background information and a host of interesting details await you. In addition, you can look forward to the wonderful panoramic view over Stuttgart from the Tower Forum's observation deck.

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Württem­berg State Mu­seum

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The Württemberg State Museum offers its visitors a stimulating presentation of the history of our state from the Stone Age to the present time.

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Wil­helma

Stuttgart

A unique combination of zoo and botany awaits you in Germany's only zoological and botanical garden.

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Solitude Palace

Stuttgart

The Solitude Palce in the forests to the west of Stuttgart also is the work of the constructional minded Duke Carl Eugen. The castle itself served for the purpose of representation, for the accommodation of living, social, dining and servants' rooms, on its back side a series of so-called cavalier's buildings were constructed.

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SWR Tele­vi­sion Tower

Stuttgart

After a construction time of 20 months, operation of the Stuttgart television tower was started on 5 February 1956. With its impressive height of 217 m, it is the original model for the television towers from around the world.

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Mar­ket Hall Stut­tgart

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The Market Hall Stuttgart is a specialties and gourmet temple with tempting offers for living and garden culture and further attractive shops. Fruit and vegetables from around the world are offered in an appetizing manner.

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Neues Schloss (New Castle)

Stuttgart

With the New Castle, Duke Carl Eugen von Wuerttemberg (1744 - 1793) had the last large Baroque residence castle facilities in Germany built. He demanded from the city and the Wuerttemberg representatives of the orders that they build a "proper residence which is convenable to his royal dignity and the amplitude of his royal household" because he wanted to make Stuttgart to a second Versailles.

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Old Castle (Altes Schloss)

Stuttgart

The Old Castle goes back to a water fortress built in the 10th century for the protection of the stud garden (which gave Stuttgart its name). Today the Wuerttemberg State Museum and the childrens museum "Junges Schloss" are located in the Old Castle.

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Schlossplatz Stut­tgart (Palace Square)

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Stuttgart's Palace Square is the vibrant heart of the city, but at the same time it's a place to linger, within easy walking distance of many of the city's attractions.

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The Staat­sop­er Stut­tgart (state op­era)

Stuttgart

The Staatsoper Stuttgart is one of Europe's foremost opera houses and at the same time a branch of Europe's largest tripartite theatre. The Staatsoper repeatedly provides important impulses for today's music theatre scene and enjoys a reputation as one of the world's leading opera houses.

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Castle Ess­lin­gen

Esslingen am Neckar

In spite of its name, the "Burg" was never the seat of a noble family. It was the citizens who, when constructing their town fortification, built part of the wall up the hillside – and therefore prevented a possible enemy from taking advantage of the favourable attacking position.

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Got­tlieb Daimler­'s birth­place in Schorndorf

Schorndorf

Gottlieb Daimler – the pioneer of automotive history – was born on 17th March 1834 in the Höllgasse in Schorndorf. The house where he was born was acquired by Daimler Benz in 1979 and restored, and today serves as a museum and meeting centre for the Daimler company.

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Mo­tor­world Re­gion Stut­tgart

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A forum for driving culture. The Motorworld Region Stuttgart is a highlight for classic car enthusiasts! At the Motorworld, classic cars and collector's pieces can be bought and sold, restored and serviced by professional providers.

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Mu­seum of Pop­u­lar Cul­ture – Walden­buch Castle

Waldenbuch

Stark contrasts: a documentation of everyday life within the splendid ambience of the former hunting castle of the dukes of Württemberg. Living quarters, pictures, clothing, advertisements and lots more besides give insights into the culture, lifestyles and mentality of broad sections of the population from the 18th century up to the present day.

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Mu­seum Ritter and Chocol­ate Ex­hib­i­tion

Waldenbuch

Square, delicious, sensational – in Waldenbuch everything revolves around the Square. Directly adjacent to the Ritter Sport chocolate factory, Marli Hoppe-Ritter's extraordinary art collection is on show at the Museum Ritter. Next door there's a chocoholic's paradise.

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Schiller­'s Birth­place

Marbach am Neckar

"Schiller in Marbach" is the straightforward title of the new permanent exhibition in the house of Schiller's birth, which was opened on February 2, 2009 by Minister President Günther H. Oettinger. It traces the poet's first four years, which he spent at his birthplace. The second part of the exhibition is dedicated to the history of the veneration of Schiller and shows that the history of the city of Marbach has been closely bound to Schiller's remembrance since the mid-nineteenth century.

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