On a visit to Stuttgart you definitely cannot miss out on the must see places. The significance of these must see places are that they stand as a symbol for Stuttgart. These places are what Stuttgart is all about. These must see places in Stuttgart will stay as cherishing memories of the city forever in your heart.
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Mercedesstraße 100, 70372 Stuttgart, Germany
09:00 am - 06:00 pm
The museum is pretty confident of its ability to deliver. “You’re allowed to be amazed” says a page on their website. The building looks freaky enough, but hey, you’re here for the cars, and they wont disappoint. The standard line up of EVERYTHING AWESOME is amazing enough, but then they go and have all these special exhibit...
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Porscheplatz 1, 70435 Stuttgart, Germany
09:00 am - 06:00 pm
What Mercedez can do, Porche can do better. We’ll that’s the spirit in play here, and we’ll let you make up your own mind whther this museum is better than the new Benz museum. A grand ramp leads you to the sleek viewing area for your drooling pleasure. It’s certainly snazzy looking, with half the number of cars, but each of...
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Wilhelmaplatz 13, 70376 Stuttgart, Germany
09:00 am - 06:00 pm
Once a pretty palace, now a heavyweight combination of a zoo of 8000 animals and garden of 5000 types of plants, Stuttgart gets pretty impressively in touch with it’s own soul here. The major attractions include:
Some massive sequoia
All the four kings of great apes: bonobos, chimpanzees, orang-utans and gorillas
A massive magnolia grove
What’s a big European city without a thriving shopping mile? Stuttgart delivers with this awesome and cobblestoned wonder with it’s many shops and many restaurants. The garden and the castle aren’t far off; practically every major brand is represented; the scents from the kitchens are crazy seductive; and the people watching is si...
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Schloßplatz, 70173 Stuttgart, Germany
05:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Go back in time here and you’ll be able to see soldiers doing their drills up and down this square. Thankfully, the place was made open to the public last century. The Allied forces bombing of the city didn’t leave much of it or the palace, so when they rebuilt it, the city began putting it to good use. The hold many events, demonstrati...
Originally containing just German, Dutch and Italian fine art, the gallery wasn’t the most special of attractions, apart from the (Rembrandts, the Reubens, the Hals… just kidding. It was great but the New State Gallery made it better. Its architecture is controversial, its art is modern and masterful (Picasso, Miro, Beuys) and a visit ...
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Solitude 1, 70197 Stuttgart, Germany
10:00 am - 08:00 pm
Calling this place is castle is a bit of misnomer; it’s actually a rococo palace. Conceived as a peaceful retreat for the Duke Karl Eugen, the castles prohibitive building costs were near impossible to sustain during the duke’s Seven Year War against Prussia (he lost). So it became a high school, and then arts academy, a military academ...
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Schillerplatz 6, 70173 Stuttgart, Germany
10:00 am - 05:00 pm
As far as Stuttgart goes, this is probably the best museum of the city, about the city. It started off from an art chamber within the Old Castle in which the museum is now mainly housed. The main collections include:
Archeology: Paleolithic, Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age, antiquity, Romans in Württemberg, early Middle Ages, antique glass, an...
The inscription to this very pretty neo-classical sandstone chapel reads: Love never dies. Once the Castle Wurttemberg stood proud on this very site. IT was built for Catherine Pavlovna of Russian, and the remains of William I and his daughter are also kept here. An entire royal family in one gravesite. Sounds like a Tim Burton/Disney crossover. Th...