Stuttgart - Economic metropolis with great cultural heritage

Schlossplatz, Stuttgart, Germany
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Stuttgart and its surroundings stand for technology, tradition and innovation.

 

The city is a vibrant economic metropolis and offers a great cultural heritage. The diversity of the region is reflected in the architecture, which is characterized by baroque palaces as well as modern and innovating buildings.

 

International brands such as Bosch, Hugo Boss or Porsche and Mercedes-Benz have their origin in this productive and creative area.

 

And all of this is to be found amidst idyllic, topographically appealing scenery.

Hotels - ideas to sleep

Hotel Neotel Stuttgart ****

 

The 4-star Hotel Neotel Stuttgart is a modern trendy hotel in the style of the 1960s and offers 88 rooms with a cozy atmosphere. The hotel is located 6 km from the city center and can be easily reached with the underground. Numerous objects from the 1960s can be found in the hotel's own museum. An absolute highlight is an original Neoplan bus.

Conferences, meetings or events for up to 150 people can be organized in the museum of the hotel.

Hotel NEOTEL, Stuttgart, Germany
© Hotel NEOTEL

Jaz Hotel ****

 

The newly opened Jaz hotel is a creative design hotel that embodies the modern Stuttgart lifestyle with a mixture of art, music, excellent food and its 166 extraordinary rooms. The restaurant “Rhythms Bar + Kitchen” offers high-class cuisine combined with suitable live performances as concerts, DJs and live sessions. Business meetings can behold in creative rooms equipped with the newest technical tools.

Jaz Hotel, Stuttgart, Germany
© Jaz Hotel GmbH

relexa Waldhotel Schatten ****

 

Located in a historical building from the 18th century with half-timbered construction and cast iron elements, the hotel is located next to the Rotwildpark just at the edge of Stuttgart. The hotel offers 138 rooms, which have a cozy and light atmosphere and guests can enjoy the regional cuisine in the hotel’s own restaurant. A highlight of the hotel is the nostalgic car racing-themed bar, as close to the hotel used to be a racing track until the 1960s.

relexa Waldhotel Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany
© Herr Steinle - modular Agentur für integrierte Kommunikation OHG

Restaurants - places to eat

Empore

 

The restaurant is located in the historic Markthalle in the city center of Stuttgart. A special attraction is the extraordinary view above the stalls of the Markthalle. The restaurant has 120 seats and serves Italian cuisine. Visitors can enjoy fish, seafood salad, pickled vegetables and other Italian specialties.

Restaurant Empore, Stuttgart, Germany
© Communication & Design, Rüdiger Schulze

Cube

 

The restaurant Cube is located on the top of Stuttgart’s art museum and as it is completely glazed it offers a spectacular view of the city. “Deliver a new dining experience!” is the motto of the restaurant and it is perfectly implemented: Light dishes for lunch, exquisite cakes made by the pastry chef and Pacific cuisine inspired dishes are served for dinner.

Cube, Stuttgart, Germany
© Rauschenberger Catering & Restaurants

Stuttgarter Stäffle

 

In this rustic restaurant close to the old town of Stuttgart guests from Germany and the whole world meet every day to experience Swabian cosiness and to enjoy Swabian specialities. In a cosy atmosphere, with fine Württemberg wines and real Swabian food guest will spend a pleasant evening in the Stuttgarter Stäffele.

© Stuttgarter Stäffle, Stuttgart, Germany
© Content Mediendesign GmbH

Locations - spaces to party

Television Tower Stuttgart

 

The Television Tower Stuttgart is one of the very first television towers in the world. Today the tower is one of Stuttgart’s best-known landmarks and a unique event location. The guests can enjoy a fantastic view of the whole city from 144 meters above the Palace Square. The event level can be rented for both corporate and private events and can accommodate up to 70 people.

TV Tower, Stuttgart, Germany
© SWR_Media Services GmbH_A.Fischer

87

 

Located in an old building this urban restaurant also serves as an event location with an industrial ambience. Either the restaurant on the ground floor or the vaulted cellar in the basement can be booked exclusively, starting from 25 up to over 100 people. From corporate events to parties everything is possible, as the vaulted cellar even has a fully equipped bar and the necessary technical infrastructure.

Location 87, Stuttgart, Germany
© Torben Jäger, 87 Stuttgart

Marmorsaal im Weißenburgpark

 

The perfect location if you prefer classic venues with a historical charm! The historical building is located in a park just outside the city center of Stuttgart, offering a wonderful view over the city. The historical building has a marble hall with its own terrace. The location provides with its columns, stucco and gold elements a luxurious and decadent vibe. A good fit for more elegant and festive events!

Marmorsaal im Weißenburgpark, Stuttgart, Germany
© Marmorsaal im Weißenburgpark GmbH, Stuttgart

Activities - things to do

Brewery Dinkelacker

 

The Dinkelacker brewery, founded in 1888, has been family-owned since then and brews excellent unique beer according to old family recipes. Experiencing beer with all senses is the motto of the exciting guided tour through the brewery. One will touch, smell and taste the ingredients and follow the whole brewing process. The highlight is a tasting of the excellent, very characteristic Dinkelacker Beer. And there is a little extra: participants will be awarded with the “Dinkelacker-Beer-Diploma”.

Brewery Dinckelacker, Hamburg, Germany
© Frank Eppler

Viticulture Stuttgart

 

Already in Roman times the area around Stuttgart was populated and the inhabitants dedicated themselves to viticulture. Especially in the last decades the viticulture in this region has changed: From this more than 2000 years old tradition modern and high-quality wines have emerged, which are experienced on a tour through Stuttgart viticulture.

The small wine museum offers the historical background for the subsequent tasting of the good regional wines. An absolute highlight for every wine lover.

Viticulture, Stuttgart, Germany
© Stuttgart Marketing GmbH

Mercedes Benz museum

 

On nine levels with an area of 16,500 square metres, 160 vehicles and more than 1500 exhibits can be seen. The exhibition not only presents the exciting history of the Mercedes-Benz brand but also provides insightful insights into the future.

On their way through the exhibition, visitors will experience a unique journey through the history of the automobile. An elevator takes them to the top level of the museum. Arrived in 1886, two tours of the extensive collection lead back to the starting point.

Mercedes-Benz, Stuttgart, Germany
© Daimler AG

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