Things to see and do - Stuttgart
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Stuttgart, renowned for its automobile industry (Mercedes, Porsche etc), is undergoing rapid change. The city is extending beyond its urban centre, which is gradually becoming pedestrianised, and turning towards the wooded hills and vineyards which surround it. A city of architects, the capital of Bade-Wurtemberg boasts some fine examples of the different styles of the 20C, and its latest new buildings, such as the cubic, transparent Art museum, are creating a new image for the city. With the arrival of the TGV, Stuttgart is now only 4hrs from Paris.
Tourist attractions Stuttgart : Things to see and do
Kleiner Schlossplatz 1 D - Stuttgart
The museum's collection is famous for its 250 works by Otto Dix, leader of the New Objectivity School (note the Großstadt triptych and the anti-war painting Grabenkrieg). German abstract art is well represented with works by Willy Baumeister, and the..
Konrad-Adenauer Str. 30-32 D - 70173 Stuttgart
This gallery was established from 1838-43 by William I of Wurtemberg. The older building is dedicated to painting from the Middle Ages to the Impressionist period. Of particular interest is the Old Masters' section, with masterpieces such as the Alta..
Hegelplatz 1 D - 70174 Stuttgart
The rich and varied collections of this ethnographic museum are exhibited in five regional sections: America (Native American tribes and cultures of old Peru); the South Pacific (Melanesia, Sepik culture, Australia); Africa (royal palace, masks); the..
Uhlandstr. 18 D - 70182 Stuttgart
Prix Prices from : 69 €
This small 3-star hotel boasts a relaxed atmosphere in a peaceful side-street location, just a 5-minute walk from the centre of Stuttgart. The City Hotel Stuttgart offers comfortable rooms with all modern amenities such as Wi-Fi internet access. Th..
Kronenstraße 17 D - 70173 Stuttgart
Prix Prices from : 83 €
Just a 2-minute walk from Stuttgart Main Station, this 4-star hotel offers a 24-hour bar, spacious rooms and a breakfast room. Rental bicycles are available for exploring the city. Hotel Unger offers a large breakfast buffet until 11:00 each day. Re..
Lautenschlagerstraße 14 D - 70173 Stuttgart
Just 200 metres from Stuttgart Central Station, this hotel offers free Wi-Fi, a 24-hour bar and air-conditioned rooms. Schlossplatz Square and the palace gardens are a 5-minute walk away. Opened in November 2011, the Motel One Stuttgart-Hauptbahnhof..
Hauptstätter Str. 61 D - 70178 Stuttgart
There are a number of reasons for eating at this small attractive restaurant. Not least of which are the personal service and wine suggestions from owner and sommelier Evangelos Pattas, and the highly recommended produce centred cuisine created by ch..
Feuerbacher Weg 101 D - 70192 Feuerbach
If you fancy a good meal served in sophisticated surroundings, then the upmarket YOSH could be the place for you. Start your meal with an aperitif in the garden, before enjoying the classic, seasonal cuisine created by chef Klaus Jäschke. Smoker's lo..
Löwenstr. 51 D - 70597 Degerloch
A glance at the menu tells you that Rudolf Schmölz intends to preserve the tradition that exudes from every pore of this wonderful old sandstone building, while at the same time gently introducing a note of modernity. For example, the roast joints an..
Alte Weinsteige 71 D - 70597 Degerloch
Vincent Klink is quite simply one of the masters of German cuisine. He has no time for modern trends or culinary affectation. He concentrates his efforts on flavour and skilled preparation, and on the unadulterated taste of high quality ingredients. ..
Arnulf-Klett-Platz 7 D - 70173 Stuttgart
Nico Burkhardt is the young chef at the elegant restaurant located on the first floor of this grand hotel. Enjoy sophisticated, meticulously presented, modern cuisine using only the very best ingredients. The dining room offers a view of the main sta..
Böheimstr. 38 D - 70178 Stuttgart
Everything Rolf Hekeler and Christopher Oelkrug are doing here makes sense, and tastes great. The cooking is down-to-earth and based on high quality fresh produce. The many (regular) customers enjoy international dishes alongside tried and tested cla..
Bolzstr. 8 D - 70173 Stuttgart
Once a sous-chef at 5, New Zealander Russell Pirrit has now taken over the reins in this smart, lounge-style city restaurant. Both of his menus (one of which is vegetarian) reflect his particular brand of modern, creative cuisine with playful details..
Schillerstr. 23 D - 70173 Stuttgart
If you fancy a gourmet meal in a classically elegant setting, you should try the restaurant at the Schlossgarten. Following stints in various well-known eateries, Sebastian Prüßmann is now the chef here. He cooks fine, meticulously prepared food from..
Bopserstr. 18 D - 70180 Stuttgart
The food prepared by the chef in the small kitchen in this friendly city centre restaurant is good, traditional, regional fare. It includes a number of delicious offal dishes and stews.