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Welcome to Stuttgart

  • 5 Places to stay
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  • 15 Restaurants
  • 8 Shops

Located on the banks of the Neckar river, Stuttgart is the sixth largest city in Germany, and also the state capital of Baden-Württemberg. Its name originates in the beginnings of the German language between the years 500 and 1050 and derives from "Stuotgarten", that can be translated like "stud farm". Also the city’s coat of arms shows a horse. Because of its location in the center of Swabia, Stuttgart is also often called the "Schwabenmetropole" (Swabian metropolis).

Although archaeological excavations record that there was a Roman wall along the banks of the Neckar River dating from the late 1st century A.C., the Stuttgart city was only founded around the year 950, shortly before the Battle of Lechfeld. Duke Liudolf of Swabia, one of the sons of emperor Otto the Great, played a major role in the growth of the city, as it developed around the old stables used for the breeding of cavalry horses.

Around the year 1300, Stuttgart became the residence of the counts of Württemberg, which expanded it and made it the capital, and became known as the "Württemberg County". In 1321, when it became official residence of the king, it was elevated to the city category. At the time of World War II, the city was heavily damaged and has since undergone various administrative reforms. After the unification of the Baden and Württemberg regions, Stuttgart became part of the "Baden-Württemberg" state.

Stuttgart is currently the center of one of Europe’s major economic regions. Round about 625.000 people live in the city of Stuttgart, whereas the metropolitan area has approximately 5.3 million inhabitants. Considered by many as the "car cradle", the Mercedes-Benz, Porsche and Bosch industrial enterprises are based here.

Located in a valley full of vineyards, the city is about an hour away from the Black Forest and the Swabian Alps, and is therefore described as "zwischen Wald und Reben" ("between the forest and the vines").

In artistic terms, Stuttgart is known for its cultural heritage, especially with its State Theater (Staatstheater) which houses the State Opera (Staatsoper) and stages theater, ballet and opera productions, as well as the State Gallery (Staatsgalerie).

Two times the year, in spring and autumn, Stuttgart celebrates the “Cannstatter Wasen”, a big festival comparable to Oktoberfest which attracts more than 4 million visitors. Worth a visit is also the television tower which is 217 meters high and offers an amazing view over city and region.

Car Cradle

In addition to its breathtaking scenery and the castles full of history to tell, Stuttgart is also known as "the cradle of the automobile". It was in Stuttgart where the machine that would completely change the mobility of mankind was invented. And it is here where Mercedes-Benz and Porsche, as well as the giant car suppliers Bosch and Mahle as well as many others, are headquartered.

In 1883, Gottlieb Daimler created the first lightweight, high-revving universal engine, and in 1886 Karl Benz registered the first motor-car patent. In 1887 automobile and motorcycle industrialization began by Wilhelm Maybach at the Daimler Motoren Gesellschaft. Later, in 1931, Ferdinand Porsche founded the luxury Porsche car brand, presenting the first prototypes of what would become one of the most popular cars in the world – the Beetle.

A little of the history of these companies can now be visited in their museums. The Mercedes-Benz museum, with a modern architecture, is the only one in the world that tells the story of the automotive industry with all the details. It contains more than 1500 objects that document the evolution of the automobile and the Mercedes brand, along with the exhibition of 160 of its models. The Porsche Museum, although more recent, also presents the different models of the brand, from the oldest to those who parade on the streets these days.

In addition, Stuttgart is worth visiting in March, when the Retro Classics automobile fair is held – a meeting of classic cars from around the world.

Gastronomy

Maultaschen

Maultaschen

Maultaschen are a traditional German dish that originated in the region of Swabia (in Baden-Württemberg). It consists of an outer-layer of pasta dough which encloses a filling traditionally consisting of minced meat, smoked meat, spinach, bread crumbs and onions and flavoured with various herbs and spices (e.g. pepper, parsley and nutmeg). Maultaschen are similar to the Italian ravioli but are typically larger in size. They are almost invariably square or rectangular in shape.

Zwiebelrostbraten

Zwiebelrostbraten

Zwiebelrostbraten is a typical Swabian entrée and an all-time favorite dish in Baden-Württemberg. The meat used for Zwiebelrostbraten is traditionally a standing rib roast cut, which is called “Rostbraten” in German. In the Swabian area, Rostbraten is traditionally served with homemade “Spätzle” (a special form of pasta) and can be seen as a Sunday lunch.

Linsen and Spätzle with Saiten -sausages

Linsen and Spätzle with Saiten -sausages

Linsen and Spätzle with “Saiten”-sausages is a traditional meal of the Swabian kitchen. It is quite easy to prepare and is very nutricious. In former times it was preferred by the classic bourgeoise but nowadays it is obligatory in the menu of a classic Swabian restaurant.

People

Karl Benz (1844-1929)

Karl Benz (1844-1929)

Karl Friedrich Michael Benz (1844-1929), was born in the Baden-Wurttemberg state and was a German mechanical engineer. Almost at the same time as Gottlieb Daimler, Karl Benz was also the inventor of the gasoline-powered automobile as we know it today. After having founded his first company in 1871 as a mechanical ironwork, Karl Benz married Bertha Ringer the following year, with five sons of this union. Bertha Ringer played a very important role in her success as she was the first woman to drive a car at a long distance. In 1883 he founded Benz & Cie and in 1886 he was granted a patent and publicly presented his first vehicle “Benz Patent Motorwagen”. In 1926, Benz & Cie. Is associated with Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft, giving rise to Daimler-Benz, the current manufacturer of the Mercedes-Benz line. Benz & Co achieved its first sales record with the “Velo” model, manufactured between 1894 and 1901 and considered by many to be the first model to be produced in series. By the end of the 19th century, Benz & Co. had become the world leader in automotive construction.

Gottlieb Daimler (1834-1900)

Gottlieb Daimler (1834-1900)

Gottlieb Wilhelm Daimler was a German scientist, mechanical engineer and inventor, born in 1834 in the Baden-Wurttemberg state. Almost at the same time as Karl Benz, he was also a pioneer of the motoring industry with the invention and development of the automobile. Graduated in engineering from the Polytechnic Institute of Stuttgart, in 1885 he obtained the patent of his first inventions – a light and high speed engine and a carburetor that makes possible the use of gasoline and diesel as fuels. That same year, he created the first motorized bicycle, and the following year, in 1886, he successfully tested a motorized carriage and boat. In 1890 he founded Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft for the purpose of manufacturing and exporting luxury models. In 1899, following the specifications given by Emil Jellinek, pilot and investigator of his company, starts a line of automobiles equipped with four cylinder engine, which he named after the daughter of Jellinek – Mercedes. In 1926, Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft joins Benz & Co. forming Daimler-Benz, the current manufacturer of Mercedes cars.

Wilhelm Maybach (1846-1929)

Wilhelm Maybach (1846-1929)

August Wilhelm Maybach was born in Stuttgart in 1846 and was an automobile engineer and German entrepreneur, designer and technical director at Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft (DMG). Friend of Gottlieb Daimler from 1865, from 1869 they began to work together. Mayback was determinant in the development of the first gasoline-powered high-revving engine, as well as the carburetor, speed transmission system and radiator, among other automotive components. In 1886, Wilhelm Maybach and Gottlieb Daimler patented the first motorcycle, built and tested in 1885, and in 1886 built the first adaptation of the carriage for car transport. In 1909, together with his son Karl Maybach, he founded the Maybach automobile company for the production of high-luxury cars, now owned by Daimler AG. In 2002, Mercedes-Benz launched a vehicle of high technology and sophistication under the name of Maybach, paying tribute to the father of the first model of the brand.

Ferdinand Porsche (1875-1951)

Ferdinand Porsche (1875-1951)

Ferdinand Porsche was born in Austria in 1875 and was a famous automobile engineer for the development of the Volkswagen Beetle (the best-selling car in the world) and founder of the Porsche company. From early on, Ferdinand Porsche showed a strong affinity for technology and in particular for electricity. He was the creator of the first hybrid gasoline and electric vehicle – the Lohner-Porsche. Collaborating with Mercedes-Benz since 1906, in 1931 he founded the Porsche car company along with his son Ferdinand Anton Ernst Porsche. In 1934, Porsche and his son collaborated to develop the first projects of the Volkswagen car. In addition, in 1923 Porsche designed the Benz Tropfenwagen, which was the first racing car with a mid-engine device with rear-wheel drive. Porsche died in Stuttgart in 1951, at age 75. Almost 60 years later, in 2009, the Porsche Museum opened in Zuffenhausen, a suburb of Stuttgart.

Fritz Kuhn (1955)

Fritz Kuhn (1955)

Fritz Kuhn was born on 21. October 2012 for eight years for the Lord Mayor of the state capital Stuttgart. He joined his office on 7. January 2013. Political stations were previously the state parliament of Baden-Wuerttemberg and the German Bundestag and the federal chairman of the Alliance 90/The Greens.

Sami Khedira (1978)

Sami Khedira (1978)

Sami Khedira, born 4 April 1987, is a German professional footballer who plays as a central midfielder for Juventus, and the Germany national team. Before joining the youth team of VfB Stuttgart in 1995, he played at TV Oeffingen. In the first months of the 2006–07 season, he was called up into VfB’s Bundesliga squad by manager Armin Veh. His debut followed on 1 October 2006 against Hertha BSC, replacing Antônio da Silva at the end of the 2–2 away draw. He scored his first two goals on 29 October in the 3–0 win against Schalke 04 at the Mercedes-Benz-Arena. On 29 January 2007 he signed his first professional contract at VfB, valid until June 2009. In the last game of the season on 19 May, Khedira scored the winner as Die Schwaben came from behind to defeat Energie Cottbus 2–1 and became champions for the first time in 15 years.

Roland Emmerich (1955)

Roland Emmerich (1955)

Roland Emmerich, born in Stuttgart November 10, 1955, is a German film director, screenwriter, and producer, widely known for his disaster films. His films, most of which are English-language Hollywood productions, have made more than $3 billion worldwide, including just over $1 billion in the United States, making him the country’s 11th-highest grossing director of all time. He began his work in the film industry by directing the film The Noah’s Ark Principle (1984) as part of his university thesis and also co-founded Centropolis Entertainment in 1985 with his sister. He is a collector of art and an active campaigner for the LGBT community, and is openly gay. He is also a campaigner for awareness of global warming and human rights.

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Art Museum Stuttgart

Kunstmuseum Stuttgart is a modern landmark opened on the southwest corner of Schlossplatz in 1924. It is a contemporary and modern art museum that covers German, Swiss, and Swabian art from the 19th and 20th centuries. This cubic museum building was established on the back of the donation by Co[…]

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Birkenkopf – Monte Scherbelino Stuttgart

The Birkenkopf is a 511-meter-high hill that sits in the west of Stuttgart – the highest point within the inner-city zone. The hill is famous among the Stuttgart’s inhabitants as Monte Scherbelino (Mount Rubble) as it grew between 1953-1957 by almost 40 meters. Nearly 15,000,000 cubic meters of[…]

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Burial chapel Württemberg

Grabkapelle Rotenberg, or Sepulchral Chapel, is a stunning and understated building perched high upon the Wurttemberg hill. This is a burial chapel erected by King Wilhelm I in the memory of his beloved wife Queen Katherina after her premature demise in 1819. This monument of eternal love was b[…]

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Killesberg Tower

Sits in Stuttgart’s Killesberg Hill Park, Killesbergturm, or Killesberg Tower, is a 40-meter-tall observation tower made by the structural engineer Jorg Schlaich. This award-winning tower is the real attraction of the park, opened in the year 2000. It is a cable-stayed tower with a cone-shaped […]

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Mercedes-Benz Museum

A futuristic structure dominating the skyline of Stuttgart, Mercedes-Benz Museum is the world’s only museum dedicated to the world-known luxury car brand. This prize-winning museum celebrates over 130 years of the automotive industry in more than 1500 exhibits that cover nine floors having 160 […]

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Porsche Museum

At Zuffenhausen, there are headquarters of another world-famous automobile brand, Porsche. Porsche Museum has been around since the 1970s but got revamped and reopened in the year 2009. This place unveils the early days of the brand and reconsiders the numerous innovations of Professor Ferdinan[…]

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Schlossplatz Stuttgart (Palace Square)

Located in the heart of Stuttgart, Schlossplatz is a central square surrounded by structures dating from the city’s past as a royal capital. Originally it was used as a military parade ground and not opened for general public use. The benches and green lawns are famous among people to catch som[…]

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State Gallery Stuttgart

Opened in 1843, Staatsgallerie Stuttgart is one of Germany’s most-visited museums known for housing a unique collection of artworks spanning seven centuries. This place showcases the traditional collection field, classical modernism, and contemporary sculptures. The oldest portion of the buildi[…]

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Television Tower Stuttgart

Fernsehturm Stuttgart is the world’s first telecommunications tower dominating the Stuttgart’s skyline at 217 meters high since the 1950s. This decades-old tower served as a prototype for various towers across the world from Hong Kong and China to Johannesburg in South Africa. Though it was con[…]

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Weissenburg Park

Weißenburgpark is a green space of nearly five hectares located in the urban district of Stuttgart – Sud. The hill in the park holds a marble room and a tea house which today are used as a tourist spot or a venue. Moreover, there are various trails and resting spots in the park designed for the[…]

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Wilhelma Zoo

Wilhelma Tierpark is a zoo and botanical garden that sits in the north of Stuttgart on the grounds of a royal palace. It was opened to the public in 1880 as a park but was rebuilt after the damage in the war. This is one of Germany’s biggest zoos that sees over 2 million visitors every year. Wi[…]

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Il Pomodoro Mitte

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Stuttgart State Opera

Oper Stuttgart is a place that shouldn’t be missed by any classical music fanatic. Also known as Stuttgart State Opera, it is a German opera house located in Stuttgart and has Staatsorchester Stuttgart serving in its pit. It is one of the few opera houses in the country to survive World War II.[…]

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Bookhouse Wittwer

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Market Hall Stuttgart

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Segway-Tour Stuttgart

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Althoff Hotel am Schlossgarten 

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