Roads untraveled  | Stuttgart in Germany
Street with snow during winter in Stuttgart, Germany | Stuttgart in Germany
Der Marquardtbau am Stuttgarter Schloßplatz. | Stuttgart in Germany
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Grabkapelle auf dem Württemberg, aufgenommen mit einem Oktokopter aus ca. 40 m Höhe. Rechts dahinter der Stuttgarter Stadtteil Rotenberg. | Stuttgart in Germany
Schloß Solitude und Schloß Monrepos sind über eine gerade Luftlinie von 15km Länge miteinander verbunden. | Stuttgart in Germany
Kraftwerk in Stuttgart-Münster.
Ausschnitt aus Kugelpanorama von einer Drohne aus. | Stuttgart in Germany
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Hochschule der Medien Stuttgart, Neubau | Stuttgart in Germany
Aussichtsturm im Höhenpark Killesberg, Stuttgart | Stuttgart in Germany
Feuersee, in the area of the same name in Stuttgart West. | Stuttgart in Germany
2009 Porsche-Museum main entrance | Stuttgart in Germany
Stiftskirche Stuttgart, von der Kirchstraße, mit dem Aposteltor | Stuttgart in Germany
CAMPUS | Stuttgart in Germany
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The Stuttgart library | Stuttgart in Germany
Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart, Germany, during blue hour. | Stuttgart in Germany
Kunstmuseum Stuttgart. HDR-Bild, mit WebHDR erstellt. | Stuttgart in Germany
Dieses Bild zeigt das Schutzgebiet in der World Database on Protected Areas (WDPA) mit der Nummer | Stuttgart in Germany
LBBW-Hochhaus an der Heilbronner Straße, Stuttgart | Stuttgart in Germany
Sculptures in Stuttgart, Killesberg - Gelände der IGA 1993, Hans Dieter Bohnet, Kugelobjekt und Wasserspiele am Egelsee, 1993 | Stuttgart in Germany
Inner courtyard of the Old Castle (Altes Schloss) in Stuttgart, Germany. | Stuttgart in Germany
Obertürkheim, part of the city of Stuttgart, embedded in autumnal vineyards. | Stuttgart in Germany
Das Lichtbild zeigt das Schloß Rosenstein zwischen der Innenstadt und Bad Cannstatt inmitten des Rosensteinparkes im Herbst 2006.

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 | Stuttgart in Germany
City in 🇩🇪 Germany with a population of around 610 thousand people.

Stuttgart is often overlooked in favour of other more famous German cities like Berlin or Munich, but it’s well worth a visit. The city is home to some impressive architecture, including the baroque Stiftskirche and the ultra-modern Mercedes-Benz Museum. The Old Town is charming, and there are plenty of green spaces for relaxation, including the Schlossgarten and the Killesberg Park. Stuttgart is also a major cultural centre, with a thriving arts scene and some excellent museums, including the State Gallery and the Linden Museum. And of course, no visit to Stuttgart would be complete without sampling the local cuisine, which is famous for its hearty Swabian dishes.


What people say about Stuttgart

Stuttgart was the very German city I'd visited and it was decent. The city itself is very modern with lots of shopping options. The best part about my time there was befriending a local German who was traveling there for business purposes. We had a such a great time exploring vintage shops, eating, and drinking tasty beer on the streets there. It was the people I met that made Stuttgart enjoyable. Beyond that, it's not a city that really sparked anything in me or inspired me. Plus, the times I was alone, I was bothered by foreign men.

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You can expect temperatures of around NaN° Celsius in March during the day in Stuttgart.