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About Stuttgart

Outstanding assortment of delights designed to pamper, entertain and enchant

The famously luxurious city of Stuttgart is no stranger to visitors. As a hotbed of both business and culture Stuttgart is not only an imposing and impressive city, it is also home to an outstanding assortment of delights designed to pamper, entertain and enchant visitors. But don’t mistake this high-end haven for lacking in substance, as in addition to the excellent selection of designer boutiques available throughout the city there are just as many quirky, independent stores. It is also exceedingly easy to eat and live well in Stuttgart, with a number of Michelin-starred restaurants on offer to present culinary creations both innovative and delicious.

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Stuttgart is a city well-versed in luxury thanks to its impressive architecture, abundance of world-renowned mineral spas and a high-end cultural scene. There is plenty of choice when it comes to pricey five-star accommodation, such as the Steigenberger Graf Zeppelin (Arnulf-Klett-Platz 7) with its rooftop spa and excellent restaurant. Meanwhile the Méridien Stuttgart (Willy-Brandt-Strasse 30) is similarly steeped in elegance and offers an incredible location right on Schlossgarten Park. Alternatively Der Zauberlehrling Design Hotel (Rosenstrasse 38) has only 13 rooms yet is stylishly designed to channel different cultures, while the Hotel Hottmann (Möhringer Strasse 99) is a good family-run choice for the budget traveller in the south of the city.

Stuttgart is littered with a range of stylish boutiques, from vintage spot Loffstoff (Breite Strasse 4) to local upmarket designer label Horst Wanschura (Kronprinzenstrasse 28). Those into shopping the big chain outlets should head to Königstrasse and its surrounding streets, while those looking for something a little more diverse should make for the Bohnenviertel, where a variety of interesting boutiques can be found. For souvenirs that border on the eccentric rifle through the bric-a-brac at the Saturday market on Karlsplatz, while for traditional German outfits ideal for festivals and fancy dress pay a visit to Brunnenhannes (Geissstrasse 15).

Stuttgart’s dining scene offers a pleasing diversity, from traditional Swabian options such as Stuttgarter Stäffele (Buschlestrasse 2) to quirkier experimental eateries that contribute to the city’s status as one of Germany’s leading lights when it comes to cuisine. Officially the best restaurant in the city with its two Michelin stars is Speisenmeisterei (Schloss Hohenheim), although Cube (Kleiner Schlossplatz 1) increasingly threatens this crown. Set in an impressive glass building, the popular spot is noteworthy for its well-priced Mediterranean/Asian fusion lunchtime menu. The hipsters out there can enjoy a delicious brunch to the backdrop of jazz music at Weber (Calwer Strasse 52), a great shout for a cheap eat.

Jazz Open


Stuttgart’s Jazz Open is one of the biggest events on the European jazz scene, and attracts a high calibre of performers from around the world. A number of venues across the city play host to dozens of indoor and open-air concerts.



Locals and visitors come together to enjoy the biggest party of Stuttgart’s summer as a superb array of live music grips the city. Expect everything from classical to pop and jazz to Latin American music.

Wine Village


This Swabian wine festival runs over 12 days late in the summer and is one of Germany’s largest such events, showcasing in the region of 500 varieties of Wuerttemberg wines.

Stuttgart Beer Festival


While not as big or famous as Munich’s Oktoberfest, the Stuttgart Beer Festival is nonetheless a great event that is welcoming and lively. There is always a great selection of local and international beers, in addition to traditional food stalls, entertainment tents and fairground rides.

Christmas Market


The medieval backdrop of the Stiftskirche provides an enchanting setting for a Christmas market that floods Stuttgart with festive cheer. Markplatz sees over 200 stalls descend on it each year, with Swabian crafts and produce prevalent as Christmas music fills the air.

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Time zone:GMT +1 hour
Flight time:1 hour 55 mins
Airport code:STR
Holiday type:City Break / Sightseeing

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