Stuttgart is the sixth largest city in Germany. Stuttgart is speed across variety of hills (some of them vineyards), valleys and parks which is unusual for a German city and a surprise to some of the visitors who associate this city with its industrial reputation as the home of automobile.
Flight: Lufthansa via Frankfurt (25 minutes flight from Frankfurt to Stuttgart)
Country Code: +49
- Le Meredien
- Pullman Stuttgart Fontana
- Movenpick Hotel Stuttgart Airport
- Steigenbeger Graff Zepellin Hotel (Service is blah, great location)
Where to Eat?
– Cube Restaurant (Top floor of the art museum of Stuttgart, beautiful overview over the city – Reservations Recommended)
– Zierbelstube (One Mechiln Star)
– Christophorus Restaurant at the Porsche Museum (Located on the top floor of the museum)
– Olivo Restaurant (Michelin Star – Spanish/French)
– Cavos Taverna Stuttgart
– Amici (Fine Italian – Reservations Recommended)
– Pier 51 (Known for its fresh lobster)
– El Camino (Argentinian beef & delicious tapas)
– Cafe Stella (Light Brunch/Breakfast)
– Udo’s Snack Burger (Burgers, fast food)
– Milaneo Shopping Center
– Mitzingen Outlet (An hour away by train)
– The King Street (Koenigsstrasse)
* Mercedes-Benz Museum
* Porsche Museum
* Town City Tour
* The Wurttemberg Museum
* The Calwer Passage
* There are a lot of big beautiful parks, I walked randomly into many! Google them, and go walk around.
There are a lot of towns around Stuttgart, ask your concierge or feel free to send us an email for the details. The ones I saw and recommend are Esslingen & Fellbach.
Recommended nightlife; bars & pubs by other websites:
- Ciba Mato Bar | Lounge
- AER Club