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- Mercedes-Benz Museum
- Cycling and wellness
- Leonberg Castle
- Speciality Gaisburger Marsch
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Vacation rentals in Stuttgart
Those interested in culture, technology and architecture are in good hands in the city, which is full of monuments and museums. If you want to reach the highlights of Stuttgart in just a few minutes on foot, it is best to rent an apartment in the middle of the old town. Due to the excellent traffic connections, you can also consider a vacation rental a little outside as a holiday home. Stuttgart has a total of five inner city districts and 18 outer city districts, all of which have their own merits.Comfortably and comfortably residing in a holiday apartment
The accommodations in Stuttgart are mainly holiday apartments. Especially in the city centre you will certainly find the right apartment. Vacation rentals in Stuttgart are rather sparsely sown and can be found outside the city. Therefore you can own a vacation rental in the form of an art nouveau villa during your holiday.Adapt the equipment to your personal preferences
Not all vacation rentals in Stuttgart have a terrace or a garden, which is why you should pay attention to this criterion when looking for a vacation rental if you want open space. Free parking is not included everywhere. Therefore, the city of Stuttgart offers numerous public transport services in the immediate vicinity, which will take you to your excursion destinations.
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Location and orientation
Stuttgart is the capital of Baden-Württemberg and at the same time the largest city of the federal state. The townscape is characterised by vineyards, valleys, green spaces, many post-war buildings, but also by old church buildings, monuments and skyscrapers. The city is located south of Frankfurt am Main and about 150 kilometers from Strasbourg in France.Spatial orientation in Stuttgart
Although Stuttgart is a big city, it seduces with a wonderful natural landscape, which is also visible in the area of the core city. This is located in the Stuttgart boiler and is surrounded by forest and vines. The districts mainly touch the foothills of the Schurwald, the Filder plain and the wooded Schönbuch area. The Neckar River partly flows through the city area and rounds off the fantastic landscape.Nature reserves in the immediate vicinity
Due to the many natural landscapes in the urban area of Stuttgart, it is not surprising that some of them are under nature conservation. Stuttgart has a total of eight protected landscape areas, the largest of which is the deer park with an area of 830 hectares. In descending order of size follow the Weidach and Zettach forest with 226 hectares, the Greutter forest with 151 hectares and the smaller areas Büsnauer Wiesental, Eichenhain, Häslachwald and Untere Feuerbachtal.
Travelers and Activities
Stuttgart is a true active region, which you can explore best on two wheels. You can ideally combine sporting activities with a cultural programme, for example via the museum cycle path or via the Schiller route of the Stromberg-Murrtal cycle path, which leads from Marbach to Murrhardt. The best way to discover the wine region is to take the Württemberger Weinradweg (Wine Cycle Path), which runs from Remseck to Esslingen.Swimming and wellness holidays
In summer the Max-Eyth-See and the Bärensee in Stuttgart's Wildpark invite you to relax. Beside the Bärensee there are also the Neue See and Pfaffensee. Those who prefer a mineral thermal bath should visit the Leuze, Berg or Cannstatt spas, where a comprehensive swimming pool and sauna landscape awaits you.Spend the winter on the ice
In and around Stuttgart there are several ice rinks where you can let off steam to your heart's content with the whole family. These include the Stuttgart Ice World, the Ludwigsburg artificial ice rink and the Polarion Bad Liebenzell ice stadium. Ice skating shoes can of course be hired on site.
There is an asteroid named after the city of Stuttgart. This main belt asteroid was discovered by Erwin Schwab.
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The Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart is one of the top sights of the city. Here you can look forward to a true journey through time into the history of the automobile industry, which began in 1886 with Gottlieb Daimler and Carl Benz, the inventors of the automobile. On an exhibition area of 16,500 square metres you will not only see unique vehicles, but also get a deep insight into this groundbreaking invention by means of the 1,500 exhibits.2. To the count's castle
Leonberg Castle, a former castle from the 13th century, was originally founded by Count Ulrich I. The castle was built in the middle of the 19th century. After a reconstruction in the 16th century, the building shines in a new light as a city palace. Leonberg Castle is surrounded by the so-called Pomeranzengarten, a Renaissance garden with its breathtaking floral splendour that creates a very special atmosphere.3. Look at the city once from above
The best way to get a perfect overview of Stuttgart is from the viewing platform of the television tower. The tower measures 217 metres high and offers a panoramic view of the Swabian Alb. With a 360-degree app you can easily find out the many sights of the city. Afterwards, the Panorama Café invites you to take a break.4. Try the traditional Stuttgart stew
"Gaisburger Marsch" is the name of a Swabian dish consisting mainly of potatoes and spaetzle. In addition there is a hearty beef broth and diced ox meat, which is well cooked with soup green. On top there are also onions roasted in butter and chopped parsley. The recipe was invented by an officer cadet from the 19th century, which is why the dish was nicknamed Marsch.5. Numerous summer festivals for fun and entertainment
Every year in June, Stuttgart's largest open-air student festival takes place, the "Allmand Open Air", where music and many young people create a unique summer atmosphere. There are three festival highlights in July: the Festival of Lights on Killesberg, the Summer Festival of Cultures held on the market square and the Hamburg Fish Market on Karlsplatz. Every year in August, the three-day music-polit-culture festival "Umsonst und draußen" and the Stuttgart Summer Festival are held in the Schlossgarten.
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Stuttgart
At an average cost of $209.52 per night, Stuttgart lies at the upper end of the price range for vacation rentals in Germany.
]If you would like to get the most out of your money, the most budget-friendly months to visit Stuttgart are November ($168.21 the average per night for accommodation), October ($172.33), and September ($181.4).
It can be concluded, by analyzing the data from the year 2020, that costs per night for accommodation here are usually higher, on average, during the months of May ($269.55), April ($236.89), and June ($233.97).
If you decide to put Stuttgart on your bucket list, we recommend organizing your visit ahead of time because it is usually very high in demand, with an annual average of 59% of rentals booked in the year 2020.
The months when it's the easiest to find free accommodation in Stuttgart are June (the average amount of properties that are available reached 52.25% of the total in 2020), September (49.5%), and May (49.2%).
The accommodations in Stuttgart reach their peak in demand in March, with an availability rate of 18.5%. The second most requested month is January, with 31%, and the third is February with 32%.
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