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Citytour Stuttgart - Hop-on Hop-off
1 h
The "i-Punkt" of Stuttgart-Marketing GmbH is your entrée to the state capital and offers a lot of information and services (hotel booking, city tours, souvenirs) to make your stay in Stuttgart and its region worthwhile!
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Opening hours:

Mon – Fri 9 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Sat 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sun and bank holidays 10 a.m. – 6 p.m

Schedule:

Mon - Sun, public holidays 10.00, 10.40, 11.20, 12.00, 12.40, 13.20, 14.00, 14.40, 15.20, 16.00

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Schönbuch Brauhaus Stuttgart

Brauhaus Schönbuch, © Schönbuch Brauerei - Sebastian Berger

Special

1 Brauhaus beer or 1 non-alcoholic drink free of charge (0,3l) (only in combination with a main meal)

You‘ll find regional cuisine and a range of excellent beers from the Schönbuch Braumanufaktur brewery in a modern ambience here in the heart of Stuttgart. The extensive menu offers both delicious regional dishes and seasonal specialities. No-one need go thirsty, either, with the vast choice of freshlytapped draught or bottled beers on offer. In fine weather there‘s also an attractive outdoor area for dining al fresco.

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Königstraße

The Königstraße is the city's 1200 m long, straight main shopping street, which is divided into two parts by the magnificent Schlossplatz (Palace Square).
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Turmforum (Tower Forum) – Stuttgart-Ulm Railway Project

1 h
Find out all about the Stuttgart-Ulm railway development project at the comprehensive exhibition in the Tower Forum at Stuttgart's main railway station. Demonstration models, fascinating background information and a host of interesting details await you. In addition, you can look forward to the wonderful panoramic view over Stuttgart from the Tower Forum's observation deck.
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Opening hours:

April – August: Mon - Wed and Fri 8 am - 6 pm, Thu 10 am - 9 pm, Sat, Sun 10 am - 6 pm
September - March: Mon - Wed and Fri - Sun 10 am - 6 pm, Thu 10 am - 9 pm

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Stuttgart's Palace Square is the vibrant heart of the city, but at the same time it's a place to linger, within easy walking distance of many of the city's attractions.
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U5-7/12/15, Bus 42/44 „Schlossplatz“
Schedule:

Mon–Sun, bank holidays 10.05, 10.45, 11.25, 12.05, 12.45, 13.25, 14.05, 14.45, 15.25, 16.05

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  • Schlossplatz Stuttgart - palace square
  • Schlossplatz Stuttgart - palace square
  • Schlossplatz Stuttgart - palace square
  • Schlossplatz Stuttgart - palace square
  • Schlossplatz Stuttgart - palace square
  • Schlossplatz Stuttgart - palace square
  • Schlossplatz Stuttgart - palace square
  • Schlossplatz Stuttgart - palace square
  • Schlossplatz Stuttgart - palace square
  • Schlossplatz Stuttgart - palace square
  • Schlossplatz Stuttgart - palace square
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  • Schlossplatz Stuttgart - palace square
  • Schlossplatz Stuttgart - palace square
  • Schlossplatz Stuttgart - palace square
  • Schlossplatz Stuttgart - palace square

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Breuninger Stuttgart

Breuninger. The Department Store for Stuttgart: Luxury shopping at its best.
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Opening hours:

Monday - Friday:
10.00 am - 08.00 pm

Saturday:
09.30 am - 08.00 pm

Rathaus
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Die Staatstheater Stuttgart

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Baden-Württemberg House of History

2 h
From Napoleon to the present day: this is the era spanned by the Baden-Württemberg House of History. A look at the exhibits in the modern building on Stuttgart's "culture mile" confirms that the history of the state has always held much of interest.
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Opening hours:

Tuesday - Sunday:
10:00 am - 06:00 pm

Thursday:
10:00 am - 09:00 pm

Mondays closed.

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Haus der Musik at the Fruchtkasten Stuttgart

1 h
Learn all about music and music-making through the ages at the Haus der Musik (House of Music), housed in Stuttgart’s historic Fruchtkasten building! Discover more about the fascinating world of musical instruments and the timeless charm of different soundscapes!
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Opening hours:

Tuesday – Sunday and public holidays: 10.00 am – 5.00 pm

Closed on Mondays (except public holidays)

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Hegel House

Birthplace of one of Stuttgart's famous sons: in the Hegel House in Stuttgart the philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel was born in 1770. The house survived World War II unscathed. Since 1991 the exhibition at the Hegel memorial site has documented the philosopher's life and work.
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Opening hours:

Monday - Friday:
10:00 am - 05:30 pm

Thursday:
10:00 am - 06:30 pm

Saturday:
10:00 am - 04:00 pm

Rathaus
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Junges Schloss (Young Palace) Children's Museum

3 h
The "Young Palace" – an institution belonging to the Württemberg State Museum – is the state capital's first permanent children's museum. The Young Palace acquaints children and families with topics of regional history in an entertaining way. The basic concept of the children's museum is to conserve, communicate and promote an interest in art and culture.
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Opening hours:

Tuesday - Sunday, public holidays:
10:00 am - 05:00 pm

Mondays closed (apart from public holidays).

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Art Museum Stuttgart

2 h
The spectacular glass cubicle - build by the Berlin architecture office Hascher and Jehle - is inspiring with its sleek elegance. During the day glass galleries invite you to enjoy a magnificent view of the city and the surrounding slopes, at night the cube floats as a fascinating light sculpture above the Small Schlossplatz.
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Opening hours:

Tuesday - Sunday:
10:00 am - 06:00 pm

Friday:
10:00 am - 09:00 pm

Public holidays:
10:00 am - 06:00 pm

Mondays closed. Good Friday, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve closed.
1. Jan noon - 06:00 pm

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Württemberg State Museum

3 h
The Württemberg State Museum offers its visitors a stimulating presentation of the history of our state from the Stone Age to the present time. The museum was established in 1862 by King William I as a “state collection of national antiquities”.
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Opening hours:

Tuesday - Sunday and public holidays:
10:00 am - 05:00 pm

Closed Mondays. Good Friday, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year's Eve closed.

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Market Hall Stuttgart

The Market Hall Stuttgart is a specialties and gourmet temple with tempting offers for living and garden culture and further attractive shops. Fruit and vegetables from around the world are offered in an appetizing manner.
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Opening hours:

Monday - Friday:
07:00 am - 06:30 pm

Saturday:
07:00 am - 05:00 pm

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Stuttgart market place

If you would like to experience the comings and goings of a colourful market, Stuttgart market every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning is guaranteed to be right up your street. Acquaint yourself with the bountiful range of the predominantly regional products 'made in Baden-Württemberg'.
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Stuttgart Town Hall

Stuttgart Town Hall has been a bastion of post-war functional architecture since 1956. The clock tower, almost 61 m in height, is a stand-out feature of the building and boasts a glockenspiel. Inside the Town Hall, you can marvel at one of the few remaining functioning paternoster lifts – and even take a ride.
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State Gallery Stuttgart

2 h
The State Gallery of Stuttgart, built in the years 1838 - 1843 under King Wilhelm I of Wuerttemberg, has been one of the most visited German museums, especially since the opening of the world famous expansion from the British star architect James Stirling in the year 1984.
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Opening hours:

Wednesday, Friday - Sunday:
10:00 am - 06:00 pm

Tuesday, Thursday:
10:00 am - 08:00 pm

Mondays closed.

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Stauffenberg Memorial

0.5 h
The Stauffenberg memorial site on Stuttgart's Karlsplatz pays tribute to Berthold and Claus Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg. The exhibition documents the lives of the two brothers: their childhood and youth in Stuttgart, their careers in public service, which were marked by a strong sense of duty, and their resistance to Hitler, which led to their execution.
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Opening hours:

Tuesday - Sunday:
10:00 am - 06:00 pm

Mondays closed.

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Collegiate Church (Stiftskirche) Stuttgart

With its octagonal west tower and its square south tower, the Collegiate Church dating from the 10th or 11th century is sure to jump out at you right away. Directly beside the church, you can find Stuttgart's oldest building: the Old Granary with a resplendent collection of musical instruments.
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1 h
Welcome to the world's largest pig museum! Prepare yourself for an exhibition on the artistic and cultural history of the pig housed in the one-time abattoir administration building, constructed in Art Nouveau style in 1912. More than 45,000 porcine exhibits are waiting for you. A beastly pleasure for young and old – even if you cannot gaze at fascinating pigs in the flesh.
Please note: Opens at 11 am.
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Opening hours:

Museum | Daily: 11:00 am - 07:30 pm, last entry 06:45 pm
Gastronomy | Daily: from 11:00 am
Gastronomy outside (saisonal) | Daily: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm

U9, Bus 56 „Schlachthof“
Schedule:

Mon–Sun, bank holidays 10.27, 11.07, 11.47, 12.27, 13.07, 13.47, 14.27, 15.07, 15.47, 16.27

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Stuttgarter Schlachthof

, © Buschwerk Mediendesign / Wilhelmer Gastronomie

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One glass of 'Miss Piggy' free of charge (Alcohol-free fruit cocktail) only in combination with a main meal

In the historic abattoir, fans and enthusiasts of pig-based art, kitsch and culture will be completely in their element. After an exciting tour of the traditional tavern on the ground floor, visitors can tantalise their taste buds with a crispy knuckle of pork, for example. The sunshine terrace, boasting a sculpture garden at the front, provides you with a homely place to unwind with ice cream, cake and coffee, before you climb on board the bus again refreshed.

2 h
Take a journey through more than 125 years of fascinating automotive history – and on into the future. Visit the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart and you will be entering the only place in the world capable of documenting the unbroken history of the automobile from its very beginning. PLEASE NOTE: Buses cannot access the stop ‘Mercedes-Benz Museum’ while VfB matches or other major events are in progress. Instead please use the stop ‘NeckarPark (Stadion)’. (approx. 10 minutes’ walk away)
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Opening hours:

Tuesday - Sunday: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm (Last admission: 05:00 pm)
Closed on Mondays.

Schedule:

Mon–Sun, bank holidays 10.34, 11.14, 11.54, 12.34, 13.14, 13.54, 14.34, 15.14, 15.54, 16.34

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Mercedes-Benz Museum Restaurant

Mercedes-Benz Museum Restaurant, © Daimler AG

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One child's meal and a small ice cream free of charge (for children up to 7 years of age if accompanied by an adult that orders food)

Our elaborate cooking provides you with a varied range of regional classics and international specialities. You can round off your visit in a room with a fireplace or around a pub table in a relaxed atmosphere. Or what about a short pit stop at our bar or on our terrace? The cafébar on level 1 will tempt you with various coffee specialities, confectionery and snacks. Treat yourself to refreshment amid a fascinating interior.

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Mercedes-Benz Arena

Firstly it was the Neckarstadion, then the Gottlieb- Daimler-Stadion, and today it's the Mercedes-Benz Arena – welcome to one of the finest football stadiums in Europe!
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U11/19 "NeckarPark (Stadion)"
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2 h
From Apes to Zebras - Stuttgart's unique zoological-botanical garden Wilhelma is one of the most beautiful of its kind in Europe. With around 9,000 animals of almost 1,000 species the Wilhelma zoo is THE place to see for visitors of all ages.
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Opening hours:

May to Aug:  8:15 - 6:00
Apr and Sep: 8:15 - 5:30
Mar and Oct: 8:15 - 5:00
Nov to Feb: 8:15 - 4:00

Schedule:

Mon–Sun, bank holidays 10.41, 11.21, 12.01, 12.41, 13.21, 14.01, 14.41, 15.21, 16.01, 16.41

  • Wilhelma Stuttgart
  • Wilhelma Stuttgart
  • Neckar Käpt´n Stuttgart
  • Neckar Käpt´n Stuttgart
  • Wilhelma Stuttgart

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Schuler's GastZoonomie at Wilhelma

Schuler's GastZoonomie at Wilhelma

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10% discount upon presentation of the Stuttgart Citytour ticket

While you are visiting Wilhelma, 'Schuler's GastZoonomie' offers an array of food and drink to satisfy all appetites. The Wilhelma Restaurant, the Restaurant am Schaubauernhof and the Café Belvedere spoil their guests with regional cuisine from regional suppliers in a familyfriendly atmosphere. Moreover, special events can be held in the zoo, particularly weddings and family occasions.

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Stuttgart State Museum of Natural History: Schloss Rosenstein

2 h
Stuttgart State Museum of Natural History Schloss Rosenstein houses the biological exhibition and gives an overview of today’s animal kingdom and the Earth’s major ecosystems.
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Opening hours:

Tue - Fri: 9 am - 5pm
Sa, Sun Holiday: 10 am - 6pm

closed on Monday

Wilhelma
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Neckar cruise on the Neckar-Käpt´n Stuttgart

See the region’s impressive vineyards from the water, explore the Stuttgart region on a raft – the Neckar-Käpt´n Stuttgart makes all this possible! The Neckar passenger boat company operates serviced boats which can accommodate 40 - 400 people.
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Opening hours:

Season: Easter to October.

For exact journey times, prices and details of special tours, please see the current timetable. This is available online from the Neckar-Käpt'n website or from the Stuttgart information point (“i-Punkt”), located at Königstrasse 1A, 70173 Stuttgart.

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Rosenstein Palace

Rosenstein Palace (1824–1929) stands on a rise near the centre of Stuttgart overlooking the River Neckar, between the Wilhelma Zoo and the Lower Palace Gardens.
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Wilhelma

5 h
From Apes to Zebras - Stuttgart's unique zoological-botanical garden Wilhelma is one of the most beautiful of its kind in Europe. With around 9,000 animals of almost 1,000 species the Wilhelma zoo is THE place to see for visitors of all ages.
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Opening hours:

May to Aug:  8:15 - 6:00
Apr and Sep: 8:15 - 5:30
Mar and Oct: 8:15 - 5:00
Nov to Feb: 8:15 - 4:00

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The area around Bad Cannstatt was already popular with the Romans because of the ideal conditions it offers for the more demanding varieties of grapes. And it still continues to produce outstanding wines today. To Bad Cannstatt’s vintners, quality has priority over quantity, and their vineyards are found in only the best locations.At the Weingärtner Bad Cannstatt cooperative, you can sample exquisite wines during a wine tasting while enjoying the view over the vineyards at the same time.It’s also well worth taking a short stroll through the Römerkastell (formerly the site of a Roman fort and later military barracks) and the adjoining travertine park. The former travertine quarries have now been incorporated into a green area where industrial history can be relived.
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Schedule:

Mon–Sun, bank holidays 10.50, 11.30, 12.10, 12.50, 13.30, 14.10, 14.50, 15.30, 16.10, 16.50

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Weinfactum eG

Weinfactum - Barriques im Keller

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10% on wine and sparkling wine when showing the Stuttgart Citytour ticket

Sample a glass of first-class wine at the vineyard where it was grown: at the Weinfactum you can taste outstanding wines typical of the region. For local vintners, the century-old tradition of wine growing in Bad Cannstatt is an ongoing commitment. This is why they rely on traditional methods, selective innovations and a systematic reduction of the yield in their wine production. And you can taste the difference. What’s more, you can purchase Cannstatt’s choice wines and other delicious specialities in the vineyard shop.

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Römerkastell Bad Cannstatt

Römerkastell Bad Cannstatt-Barracks were erected from 1904 onwards on the site of a former Roman military camp to house King Wilhelm of Württemberg’s dragoons. Following WWII, the barracks were used by the US forces. Today the building serves as the new community centre and is a model example of contemporary living and working in a modern event and media location.
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Travertine Park

For many centuries travertine, a sedimentary rock originating from Stuttgart’s prolific mineral water resources, was quarried here. The former quarries have now been incorporated into a green area where industrial history can be relived. Old stone-cutting equipment, crane tracks and rails have remained as features of the park. Easy paths lead through the biotope, which affords a wonderful view over Bad Cannstatt.
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Weinfactum eG

To Bad Cannstatt’s vintners, the Winefactum eG, quality has priority over quantity, and their vineyards are found in only the best locations. As a result, their wines are regularly rewarded with numerous accolades, for example in the 2015 Gault & Millau Weinguide.
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Opening hours:

Sales room in Rommelstraße 20:
November - March: Monday - Friday 09:00 am - 06:00 pm, Saturday 09:30 am - 02:00 pm
April - October: Monday - Friday 09:00 am - 06:00 pm, Saturday 09:30 am - 02:00 pm, Sunday 11:00 am - 06:00 pm

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1 h
Stuttgart is a city of wine steeped in a wine-growing tradition. The undulating wine and vineyard landscape really makes its mark on Stuttgart's outward appearance. Even in the heart of the city, a mere few hundred metres away from the Main Railway Station, vines blossom on sunkissed hillsides. Enjoy the unique atmosphere of the 'city between forest and vines'.Take a walk through Stuttgart's vineyards and enjoy the unparalleled panoramic view over the state capital. In doing so, you can take in the most poignant stops of your tour so far. Plan approx. 45 minutes for a hilly walk through the vineyards.
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Bus 52/57 „Burgholzhof“
Schedule:

Mon–Sun, bank holidays 10.58, 11.38, 12.18, 12.58, 13.38, 14.18, 14.58, 15.38, 16.18, 16.58

  • Burgholzhof Stuttgart
  • Burgholzhof Stuttgart
  • Burgholzhof Stuttgart
  • Burgholzhof watch tower Stuttgart

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Aussichtsreich

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1 hot drink free of charge (only in combination with a main meal)

You will not be able to enjoy more Stuttgart than this anywhere else: thanks to one of the most beautiful views from the Rems valley through the Neckar valley right through to Stuttgart. In the midst of vineyards at high altitude, our guests are able to enjoy regional classics and cuisine from further afield either outside on the 190-seat terrace or inside in a cosy country house atmosphere with 70 seats.

2 h
The Killesberg Hill Park is the green oasis in the middle of the city. The ever changing park landscape with sophisticated fountains, a 40 metre-high tower with fantastic all-round view, great children's play areas, a petting zoo, a narrow-gauge railway, an openair swimming pool, a children's theatre and attractive options for eating and drinking – this and much more makes the Killersberg Hill Park the perfect leisure destination for all the family. The Weissenhof estate is a classic of architectural history. In 1927, 17 international avant-garde architects – including Mies van der Rohe and Scharoun – realised solutions for modern living.
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U5 „Killesberg“, Bus 44 „Kunstakademie“
Schedule:

Mon–Sun, bank holidays 11.09, 11.49, 12.29, 13.09, 13.49, 14.29, 15.09, 15.49, 16.29, 17.09

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Eliszi's Jahrmarktstheater (Funfair)

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1 free ride on the merry-go-round (on presentation of a valid Citytour ticket)

(Easter - October) This funfair arouses feelings of nostalgia: At the foot of the lookout tower you’ll find a historical funfair like those of yesteryear. The attractions of Eliszi’s Jahrmarktstheater include a merry-go-round, swingboats and a mirror tent with Punch and Judy shows, figure theatre and clown performances. There’s also a waffle stand to delight young and old alike.

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Killesberg Railway Stuttgart

The Killesberg Tower in Stuttgart's Killesberg Hill Park may look rather fragile, with its steel cables and filigree stairs – but it's sturdy enough to bear the weight of its visitors! And even to sway them gently to and fro as they enjoy the view from its upper platform...
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Opening hours:

April to October.

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Killesberg Tower

The Killesberg Tower in Stuttgart's Killesberg Hill Park may look rather fragile, with its steel cables and filigree stairs – but it's sturdy enough to bear the weight of its visitors! And even to sway them gently to and fro as they enjoy the view from its upper platform...
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Weissenhofmuseum

1 h
The semi-detached homes designed by Le Corbusier, one of the most influential architects of the Twentieth Century, shows the aesthetic, social and technical upheavals of the Moderne.
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Opening hours:

Tuesday - Friday:
11:00 am - 06:00 pm

Saturday and Sunday, public holidays:
10:00 am - 06:00 pm

Guided tours:
Tuesday - Saturday: 03:00 pm
Sun- and public holiday: 11:00 am and 03:00 pm

Mondays closed.
24th December, 1st January and very 4th week of the year closed.

U5 "Killesberg", Bus 44 "Kunstakademie"
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1 h
Stuttgart's Linden Museum is one of Europe's leading museums of ethnology, giving fascinating insights into the everyday lives, art and civilisation history of non-European peoples.
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Opening hours:

Tue - Sat: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm
Sun, public holidays: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm
Special exhibitions: Wednesday: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm

Bus 40/42/43 „Linden-Museum“
Schedule:

Mon–Sun, bank holidays 11.19, 11.59, 12.39, 13.19, 13.59, 14.39, 15.19, 15.59, 16.39, 17.19

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  • , © Linden-Museum Anatol Dreyer

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mezzogiorno - bar ristorante café

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1 espresso free of charge (only in combination with a main meal)

Authentic Italian cuisine – tradition and passion: ‘La vita è bella’ – ‘Life is beautiful’. That’s the impression you get at the Mezzogiorno, with its homemade pasta, excellent pizzas, fresh ingredients, fine Italian wines and delicious desserts and cakes. What’s more, there’s a pleasant view of the city park from the veranda or the spacious terrace while you’re eating: Italian specialities combined with a modern ambience make for an enjoyable experience.

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Hoppenlau Cemetery

0.5 h
With its tall trees and weather-worn monuments, Stuttgart's oldest burial ground exudes an almost mystical atmosphere. If you look more closely at the gravestones as you stroll through the municipal park, you'll discover famous names of prominent Stuttgart personages such as Hauff, Dannecker, Schwab or Schubart.
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Join us and discover the most important sights Stuttgart has to offer!

Thanks to the ‚Audio Guide‘, you will find out everything you need to know and entertain you about Baden-Württemberg‘s pulsating state capital. It goes without saying that you will enjoy first class sound and experience quality! Your 24-hour Hop-on / Hop-off ticket gives you enough opportunity to discover the city in your own way. At nine important stops in the Stuttgart urban area – our TopStops – you can get on and off as you like.


If you prefer to stay aboard and enjoy the city‘s flair from the comfort of your seat, the round trip lasts approximately 100 minutes.

Hop-on / Hop-off principle

Our Citytour's Hop-on / Hop-off principle gives you enough opportunity to discover the city in your own way.

Tip

The StuttCard Welcome Card is the ideal accompaniment to your tour of discovery through Stuttgart. Take advantage of free admission to museums and many attractive discounts. Look out for the indicators in this brochure.

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Prices

€ 15 per person for 24 hours, with STUTTCARD: € 12
2 children up to 14 years of age free of charge if accompanied by an adult
Each further child € 10
Persons with severe disability pass (80% upwards): € 12
1 companion for persons with severe disability pass marked Category B (e.g. wheelchair users, visually impaired etc.) free of charge.


TopStops DEPARTURE

Waiting time at Tourist Information: approximately 20 minutes

 


Summer Season June – October
Mon – Sun, bank holidays 10.00, 10.40, 11.20, 12.00, 12.40, 13.20, 14.00, 14.40, 15.20, 16.00

Winter Season November – December
Mon – Fri 10.00, 12.00, 14.00, 16.00
Sat, Sun, bank holidays 10.00, 11.00, 12.00, 13.00, 14.00, 15.00, 16.00
24./25. Dec. no journeys
26 Dec. 10.00, 12.00, 14.00, 16.00
31 Dec. 10.00, 12.00

Off-peak Season January March
Mon – Sun, bank holidays 10.00, 12.00, 14.00, 16.00
1. Jan. 12.00, 14.00
9. Feb. no journeys

Spring Season April May
10.00, 11.00, 12.00, 13.00, 14.00, 15.00, 16.00

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