Stuttgart (Germany) Reviews
Description:Country: Germany / World Region: Europe / Stuttgart, located in southern Germany, is the capital of the state of ... more
Stuttgart (Germany) ... Baden-Württemberg with a population of 591,528 (as of April 2006) in the city, and 2.7 million in the urban area Stuttgart Region. Stuttgart is the sixth largest city in Germany and Stuttgart Region is the nation's fourth largest conurbation (behind Ruhr Area, Rhein/Main Area and Berlin). Neighbouring large cities are Frankfurt (210 km north of Stuttgart), Nuremberg (200 km northeast of Stuttgart) and Munich (220 km southeast of Stuttgart).
Newest Review: ... the next. The site is open all year round, and most of it is hard standing, with a small grass area for tents. It is a little difficult to find, and the postcode puts it on Mercedesstrasse, which is on the other side of the fairground. We had to lap it a couple of times before we managed to find and follow a campsite sign, but it was worth the trouble. It's not the most organised site, there ... more
Customer Stuttgart (Germany) Reviews (8)
by - written on 22/10/13 (Very useful, 60 readings)
We always tend to think of camping as a rural pastime, and there's no doubt that that is very enjoyable, but it can also provide a low cost option for visiting a city such as Stuttgart. We spent a couple of weeks in Germany in our motor home this summer, and opted for a couple of days in Stuttgart, mostly so that the male half of the family could visit the Mercedes Benz museum and go on one of their factory tours. The Cannstater Wasen campsite in Stuttgart turned out to be the perfect choice. The campsite is located between the river Neckar and the Cannstater Wasen itself - a massive showground which, when we were there, seemed to be in the process of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/04/08 (Useful, 183 readings)
I recently spent 8 days in Stuttgart as part of an exchange, and really loved the city and all it had to offer. Most of what I loved about it was the other towns and places that they had in the area, which I will talk about in more detail below. *Stuttgart town centre* To be honest, I didn't spend a great deal of time in Stuttgart itself, although I did spend a long time in one of the many Starbucks they had. The main shopping street, Koenigstrasse, had many German shops as well as internationally known ones such as H&M, along with a handful of restaurants. I went to the art museum one day, which was right in the middle of town and easy to get to, and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/09/06 (Very useful, 683 readings)
Let me introduce you to the city where I was born, raised and lived for the first 31 years of my live: Stuttgart, which is the capital of the German federal state of Baden-Wuerttemberg. Baden -Wuerttemberg itself was founded in 1952 and is a federation of the former duchy of Baden, the duchy of Hohenzollern and the former kingdom of Wuerttemberg. Now for all these, who don't know were on earth this place might be found on the map: Baden-Wuerttemberg is in the south-west of Germany, bordering to France in the west and Switzerland in the south. The natives of Stuttgart are called Schwaben (Swabians). You can recognize them ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/10/04, updated on 28/06/05 (Very useful, 447 readings)
First off I am not going to claim that you are going to learn too much about Stuttgart itself from this review. If truth were told I could hardly remember half the time I spent in the City. That's not to say I didn't have a good time or enjoy the place - to the contrary. I shall explain. My reason for visiting this fine city was not to explore the shops of Koenigstrasse, climb the TV Tower or find out the inner workings of a Porsche or Mercedes for that matter. No the reason was the "Cannstatter Volksfest". Having decided around early summer we wanted a 'lads' trip to a beer festival Munich was naturally muted as the obvious choice. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/04/02, updated on 12/10/04 (Very useful, 197 readings)
Today we’re going to get to know Stuttgart (about 580 000 inhabitants), the capital of the Land Baden-Württemberg in the southwest of Germany which was founded 50 years ago, on 25th April 1952. Celebrations and festivities everywhere! Before that time it had already been the home of the Kings of Württemberg who, as it is the habit with kings, had castles built in the city and outside, so there’s quite a lot to see. We’ve met in the main train station which isn’t only a good starting-point for our tour, but also worth seeing in itself as it was built in the 1920s in the style of New Realism. The tower is 56 metres high topped by ... Read the complete review
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