Stuttgart is a large German city but it has a small-town atmosphere with very friendly locals and a rich history to explore.
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Travel tips for Stuttgart
Being a large city means Stuttgart hotels are available at a wide range of prices to suit most budgets whether you are planning a long trip or only staying one night.
If you are a keen motorist you'll find Stuttgart an exciting place to visit. Stuttgart's famous for its motoring history and is home to the headquarters of Porsche and Mercedes-Benz. Both Mercedes and Porsche have museums in the city.
The Mercedes-Benz Museum is housed in an impressive modern twisting glass building and is well worth a visit. The museum showcases a timeline of Mercedes history over 125 years, offers guided tours in many languages and has its own restaurant.
The Porsche Museum is housed in an equally impressive modern building and is home to some truly unique prototypes that you won't be able to see anywhere else.
Stuttgart has a rich history that you can explore by visiting some of its stunning castles and palaces. Eight miles to the north of Stuttgart is the Ludwigsburg Palace. The palace is one of the largest Baroque buildings in Europe and is truly impressive with its 452 rooms and 32-acre park. If you're travelling with children they can take part in the interactive section of the palace where they can dress up and re-live the castles history.
Another palace not to miss is the Solitude Palace located in the forests to the west of Stuttgart. The castle has a Rococo style and its elevated position means you will be treated with brilliant views of the surrounding countryside.
Stuttgart is a great city for shopaholics with a wide range of different shopping experiences on offer. You should start with the main shopping street Königstraße which starts by the main railway station.
Chocolate lovers won't want to miss the Liebenzell Factory. The chocolate and marzipan factory offers guided tours and of course has a shop for you to pick up some freshly made goodies.
If you're visiting at Christmas then make sure you don't miss Stuttgart's Christmas Market. The market is one of the oldest and largest in Europe. The city is transformed with wonderful sparkling Christmas decorations and the market has over 282 beautifully decorated stalls for you to browse.
FAQs about hotels in Stuttgart
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Stuttgart?
The lowest price for a double room in Stuttgart is £48.
What are the most booked hotels in Stuttgart?
According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Stuttgart are Hotel Petershof, Hotel Stern and Pension Keinath.
What are the best hotels in Stuttgart near the center?
City Hotel Stuttgart, Abalon Hotel Ideal and Pension am Heusteig are located in the central neighborhood of Stuttgart.