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Stuttgart: Exclusive City Walk

1. Stuttgart: Exclusive City Walk

Your personal guide will take you on an entertaining and informative circular tour through the heart of Stuttgart. Get to know the city's main attractions and their histories on this guided walk. Your tour begins in the Upper Palace Gardens (Oberer Schlossgarten), before taking you past the theater and the internationally renowned Stuttgart Opera. You will continue at a leisurely pace past the Eckensee Lake, and the seat of the Landtag, the regional parliament. You will then advance towards both the New and Old Palaces, with a look at the inner courtyard. When you arrive on Palace Square, you've reached the true heart of the city. On Schiller Square you'll hear all about the history of the city, which was originally founded back in the 10th century as a stud farm. In the Market Hall you can embark on a culinary trip round the world, while only a stone's throw away there's the Marketplace with the Town Hall.

Stuttgart in 60 minutes: Highlights of the City Center

2. Stuttgart in 60 minutes: Highlights of the City Center

There is something special about Stuttgart's city center. Two magnificent palaces watch over its lively shopping streets and you are never more than a short stroll away from the extensive palace gardens, dotted with sculptures, fountains and lakes. At the center of the city is Palace Square, a vibrant place in the heart of the city with a wide range of great restaurants and cafes, lined by impressive porticoed buildings. Tour the parks, the baroque New Palace and the avant-garde facade of the art museum, for a unique experience, one that surprises and delights every visitor. Find out all about Stuttgart's fascinating cultural history and fun facts on this charming city walk.

Stuttgart: Old Town Guided Ghost Walking Tour

3. Stuttgart: Old Town Guided Ghost Walking Tour

Discover the eerie history of Stuttgart on a guided ghost tour in Old Town. See the Market square, Collegiate Church, the Old Castle, and the Schlossplatz. Learn about dark encounters with headless horsemen and shadowy figures that can still be seen at dawn today. Hear stories about the history of Stuttgart and find out, among other things, where the bean quarter got its name, what the city owes to a hidden stream, and about graveyards in the olden times.

Stuttgart: Wine Museum Ticket

4. Stuttgart: Wine Museum Ticket

Visit the Weinbaumuseum, Stuttgart’s wine-growing museum, discover the history of viticulture, and learn all about past and present wine-growing techniques of the area. Explore the different wine-based theme exhibits that take you through the long history and varied characteristics of the juice of the grape, which has enjoyed great popularity in the region of Swabia since the early 12th century. Take in fascinating and curious facts on the subject of viniculture and test with your own nose how the different soil aromas bring about the famous “Bodagfährtle”, or terroir, in the bouquet of Swabia’s wines. After your visit to the different exhibits, it is recommended that you do the fine wine tasting experience in the museum (not included in the ticket price).

Stuttgart: Whiskey Tasting

5. Stuttgart: Whiskey Tasting

During this fun-filled whiskey tasting experience, you will have the chance to sample several international and regional whiskeys. The tasting takes place in the Phantombar, directly in the SI-Center Stuttgart, under the direction of Tecker Whiskey. The fourth generation of the Gruel family has been producing the finest fruit brandies at the foot of Teck Castle, and whiskey has also been part of the program since 1989. Get to know the world of whiskey in Stuttgart. The experience lasts around 2.5 hours and also includes all non-alcoholic drinks and bar snacks.

Stuttgart: Unlimited 4G Internet in Germany with Pocket WiFi

6. Stuttgart: Unlimited 4G Internet in Germany with Pocket WiFi

Rent a pocket hotspot device and access the web throughout Germany. Avoid expensive data roaming charges or connecting to insecure public internet points and, most importantly, save yourself the time and hassle of looking for free WiFi every time you need an internet connection. With this service, you won’t have to change your SIM card during your vacation or buy a high-cost data package in advance. This is an unlimited package at truly 4G/LTE speed; it is secure and works everywhere in Germany. There are no speed limitations at any level of data usage. Watch movies, play games, make online calls, stream your playlists, share your memories, use live navigation, and more. Please note that mobile operators' sources may affect speed. Order your pocket WiFi device and have it shipped to your destination in the EU before you arrive. When you get there, you’ll be ready to enjoy unlimited WiFi throughout your trip.

Bad Cannstatt: Automobile Pioneers Tour in German

7. Bad Cannstatt: Automobile Pioneers Tour in German

Stroll through Bad Cannstatt while actors in costumes will show you the spa center of Europe. Listen in awe as the fairy tale comes true and the Daimler star rises over the Neckar river. Learn all about the baker's son and the young orphan who became friends for life and were willing to go through fire and water for their visions. Individual mobility, that is exactly what Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach are tirelessly working for. While Bertha Maybach muses about the often hazardous outings by motor carriage, Martha Daimler proudly spreads the word about her brother's brave heroic deed: He was the first test pilot of the riding car which scorched the bottom of his pants. Hear about the difficulties and obstacles the two had to master and how they protected themselves from spies. On November 10, 1885, Paul, the eldest of Daimler's sons, made the three-kilometer journey from Cannstatt to Untertürkheim on a wooden two-wheeler with support wheels. The dream comes true and brings the breakthrough that changed the world.

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What people are saying about Stuttgart

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 315 reviews

It is actually a shame that the people are interested in the city where life is not. Something must finally be done so that the old sculptures in the castle park are restored and equipped with cameras to protect them from rioters.

It was a great evening! Immanuel told us very interesting things about whiskey with a lot of charm and humor. It was a successful gift for my husband's 60th birthday! Thanks very much! Greetings... Sandra Gildhorn

The tour was very nice, very informative and very entertaining. Our guide was Ursula and she was just great. We had a lot of fun and would recommend the tour to anyone!

A great way to get to know more about the history and culture of Stuttgart. Guide Gabrielle was superb! I thoroughly enjoyed the experience.

The very competent city guide responded excellently to the needs of my 90-year-old mother.