In the middle of Baden-Württemberg in the south of Germany lies the state capital Stuttgart
Diverse Swabian metropolis
The cityscape of the Swabian metropolis is characterised by the many hills, valleys and green spaces, making it immediately clear that there is more to it than just football and Mercedes
Stuttgart, nestled in one of the largest wine-growing regions of the state, fascinates with its magnificent panorama and the magnificent castles and buildings in and around the city. Go on a tour of Stuttgart and discover the obvious and hidden highlights of the city, learn more about Gottlieb Daimler and learn interesting and worthwhile facts about the Swabians.
Rich cultural offer
The extensive cultural offerings with the State Theatre, the Ballet and the State Opera complete Stuttgart's image as a diverse metropolis that is definitely worth a visit.
Facts & Figures: Stuttgart lies 245 metres above sea level, has an area of around 210 km² and a population of just under 605,000. The city is divided into 23 districts with a total of 152 districts.
Stuttgart sights: There are many things worth seeing in Stuttgart. Highlights include Solitude Palace, Esslingen Castle, Ludwigsburg Residential Palace, Bebenhausen Monastery, Schönbuch Nature Park, the Württemberg Burial Chapel and the TV Tower.
What to bring along: Wibele (sweet pastry), Stuttgart Rossbollen (chocolates), miniature cars from Mercedes or Porsche or a real Swabian pretzel.