Michael Turtle – TIME TRAVEL TURTLE
When you’re planning a trip to Germany, it’s pretty normal to include the big cities – Berlin, Munich, Frankfurt, maybe even Hamburg. But poor little Stuttgart is so often left off the itinerary of a normal travellers.
Stuttgart is a city with a beating heart and you’ll see that in the pride that’s gone into the wonderful art museums, the interesting historical buildings, and the enormous annual beer festival the Cannstattter Volksfest.
If you’re interested in exploring the region – and I recommend you do – then Stuttgart is also a great base, with good transport links and convenient accommodation options. You can easily get to places like Maulbronn Monastery, Baden Baden, or Hohenzollern Castle.
STUTTGART CITY GUIDE >> THE BEST THINGS TO DO IN STUTTGART <<
There are lots of things to do in Stuttgart and it can be hard to know where to start. I’ve put together this Stuttgart city guide that take you to art galleries, museums, viewpoints and much more. Plus I’ve got some tips on how to save money!
MOTORING HISTORY >> VISIT THE SIGHTS OF STUTTGART’S MOTORING STORY <<
Stuttgart is famous for its role in Germany’s motoring cities and for people who love cars, this is one of the most important cities in the world. There are lots of sights associated with Stuttgart’s motoring story that you can visit here.
LUDWIGSBURG PALACE >> SEE WHY THIS BAROQUE PALACE IS ONE OF GERMANY’S BEST <<
Just on the outskirts of Stuttgart is one of the best palaces in Germany. It’s definitely worth the time to see it and this is what to expect from a visit to Ludwigsburg Palace.