Founded in the 10th century, Stuttgart is a friendly city with some attractive draws, especially for automobile lovers. The automotive industry has thrived here with Porsche and Mercedes-Benz having both their headquarters and car museums set up in the city. That coupled with the city’s history drawers in travelers for both business and leisure. Stuttgart Airport
services the city, and efficient public transportation ensures easy access to the city center.
Much of Stuttgart was heavily damaged during World War II, leaving behind a handful of buildings that retained their classical elegance. What remains takes a journey through the centuries, from the Collegiate Storehouse built in the 1300s to the Main Railway Station of 1920. A number of palaces, the Old Chancellery, and Market Hall are but a few more of the historical sites that dot the city. TV Tower
and Birkenkopf are two destinations of many to hit for city views and scenic outlooks, and from there, you can spot the churches, squares, and gardens that make for exciting exploration. Stuttgart has several museums, but the most noticeable are surely the Mercedes-Benz Museum
and Porsche Museum. Excellent shopping and dining opportunities brighten up the day while the night is served by a thumping late night scene, ensuring the city has something to offer all day and all night.
Be sure to check out the interactive map of Stuttgart for information on hotel locations, attractions, and must-see destinations.