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Holidays to Stuttgart
In the Stuttgart Region nature goes hand in hand with technology, and tradition with innovation. Its architecture is both Baroque and ultramodern. It spans the diversity of the pulsating economic metropolis and a wealth of culture on the highest level.
The automobile is found all over the region. With the Porsche Museum (2009) and the Mercedes-Benz Museum (2006) Stuttgart has not one, but two exhibitions centring on the automobile. The Mercedes-Benz Museum is the only one of its kind in the world to document the full history of the development of the automobile.
If you’re looking for entertainment, you’re sure to find it in the Stuttgart Region. In the autumn the Stuttgart Beer Festival attracts millions of visitors bent on celebration from all over the world, and from the end of November onwards there are countless Christmas markets.
Stuttgart is the biggest wine-growing community in Germany. The first vines were brought to the area by the Romans. At the Stuttgart Wine Village more than 500 exquisite wines from Württemberg and Baden can be sampled in 125 tastefully decorated wine arbours. All you need to know about the history of wine growing can be experienced at first hand at the Stuttgart Museum of Viniculture.
STUTTGART TRAVEL FACTS
Arrival Airport: Stuttgart | Transfer Time from airport: 27 mins (train) / 20 mins (taxi) | 755km from Calais
(information is approximate and subject to change / rail transfers are not always direct and may involve changing trains).
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