May 26, 2019 - May 27, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Stuttgart, located on the Neckar River near the Black Forest in the German state of Baden-Wurttemberg. Known for a landscape atypical of most German towns, Stuttgart is a largely industrial but spread over a countryside peppered with historic sites, and vineyards. This unique composition make Stuttgart immensely fun to explore.
If you are like most budget travelers, the first thing you want to do is find the cheapest airfare to Stuttgart. Even if you are in the early stages of planning, Skyscanner's unique cheapest month search is an excellent resource. This feature instantly shows you the least expensive months to travel, giving you a financial advantage in planning.
Yes. The large city has resort and hotel options available to fit any budget. Using Skyscanner's mobile app we found, hotels, resorts, hostels, and even apartments. And from a single page, we were able to view the properties, read actual reviews, find answers to common questions, and make reservations on the spot!
There is a hotel district in the center of town. However, hotels are located all over the countryside with many resort properties located near the river. To find the location of a specific property or a group, simply enter your search criteria, and from results page, you can access a handy map.
You can find hotels and resorts priced for any budget. In Stuttgart, 4-star hotels cost an average of $100 per night. Economy rated hotels average $50 per night. Prices will vary. However, you can always depend on Skyscanner to uncover the best deals available.
Yes! If are bored with typical hotel chains, you'll be delighted to know that there are several boutique hotel options including quaint B&Bs.
Stuttgart offers many inexpensive attractions and interesting sights to see. Here are a few ideas we found that will please our budget travelers:
Stuttgart is home to several luxury car manufacturing plants including Porsche and Mercedes. Tours of the museums at the plants are available daily and are free.
This large museum takes visitors on a trip through the history of the region from the Stone Age through the modern industrial revolution.
Located on the grounds of a historical German castle, you will find the expansive gardens and zoo. Admission is under $5 per person, weekdays only.
We will be travelling to Stuttgart next year. We use to live near by the Pattonville Army Base in the Early 80s. 83-85 86ish. I was 3 and 4 and my brother got the opportunity to go to Elementary School there. I had really great memories there!
one of the oldest Christmassmarkets in Gemany, nice restaurants, bars museums art, cars opera, theaters,surrounded by small "mountains" good for Biking and hiking. In the Center lot of Shopping and near lots of night clubs, but the Hohenzollencastell is ca 50Km south
Stuttgart, Germany is a cute little town to hang out for a couple of days. It's not a touristy destination, but I was really comfortable traveling around Stuttgart. Maybe because its high-end public transportation system, the city square, pedestrian mall street, or maybe its history; I'm glad I saw a bit of Stuttgart. Also if you are keen at automobile history, Stuttgart is the most important place to go, since this is where everything started.
Stuttgart is a beautiful city that has more to offer than you might think ;) it's full of culture, history and new trends