Foto: Schlossplatz Königsbau, Stuttgart-Marketing GmbH, Werner Dieterich
Tradition and innovation both are connected in Stuttgart and the region and they form an exciting interplay. Economically and scientifically strong, with a diverse offers ranging from culture to adventures and relaxation experiences, Stuttgart is an ideal and inspiring event venue for trade fairs and conferences.
Relax after a successful trade fair day from the exhibitor marathon, the networking and the various impressions you made and enjoy live music, a lovely restaurant dinner or nice sightseeing programmes. Stuttgart offers lots of activities for a successful evening.
We compiled a selection of appetizers here for you. Simply check out https://www.stuttgart-tourist.de before your travels.
Foto: Mercedes-Benz Museum
This museum brings to life its own history and stories of how technology interacts with our everyday lives, of contemporary history and of popular culture. More than 160 vehicles of all kinds play a leading role in this. They range from some of the oldest vehicles in history to legendary racing cars and research vehicles.
Photo: Mercedes-Benz Museum
Castle Solitude in Stuttgart is considered the most ambitious and most personal creation of Duke Charles Eugene of Württemberg. One of its most impressive features is the outstanding architectural combination of the late rococo style and fantastic views.
Photo: Schloss Solitude
The Wilhelma is a zoological and botanical garden in the Bad Cannstatt district of Stuttgart. With more than one million visitors a year, it is one of the most visited zoological gardens in Germany
Photo: Wilhelma zoological garden
The Staatsgalerie Stuttgart has a rich collection of masterpieces dating from the 14th century to modern times. This has earned it a place among Germany’s most popular museums. The imposing museum complex and the collection reflect the marriage of tradition and modernity.
Konrad-Adenauer-Straße 30 - 32
Photo: Staatsgalerie Stuttgart
As the largest cultural-historical museum in Baden-Württemberg, the Landesmuseum takes visitors on a thrilling journey through the history of the region from the Stone Age to the present day. The items relating to the history of the region are complemented by arts and crafts collections of international standing. Fascinating special exhibits for children and adults alike cover a whole range of topics. The collections on show provide a choice cross-section of what the museum has to offer.
Altes Schloss, Schillerplatz 6
Photo: Landesmuseum Württemberg
Foto: Mercedes-Benz Museum
The Weinstube am Stadtgraben in Bad Cannstatt offers high-quality international cuisine and local Swabian dishes along with specially selected wines from the Stuttgart region and Austria.
Am Stadtgraben 6
Photo: Weinstube am Stadtgraben
Vegi is a vegan/vegetarian restaurant that offers lots of tasty dishes and an impressive standard of service.
This is the perfect restaurant for anyone looking for a cosy atmosphere and outstanding Swabian cuisine.
Diners enjoy their meals in a 16th-century timber-frame building that forms part of the old city wall, making it one of the oldest buildings in the city. As you can see, the food is not the only reason to visit the Cannstatt old town.
Fans of juicy steaks will find everything they could ask for at Abacco’s Steakhouse. The US-beef and Grilled Specials are served the Swiss way, directly at the table on a stone heated to 400°C.
Photo: Abacco's Steakhouse
Flair and hospitality in Stuttgart’s historic “Bohnenviertel”. For more than 20 years, this modern pub with terrace has been a meeting place for those who enjoy life to the full. It serves Swabian food with a Mediterranean twist and home-made cake.
Stuttgart’s first classic cocktail bar, where the cocktail takes centre stage, with particular priority given to creative recipes, high-quality spirits and a perfect setting.
With a gentle jazz background soundtrack and peaceful atmosphere, the temptation is great to stay for more than just the one drink.
The chefs at Leonhardts have a long tradition in Stuttgart and have created an exclusive atmosphere in the television tower.
Their ambitious menu includes culinary delights from Swabia and around the world, as well as liquid refreshments that include local beers from Stuttgarter Hofbräu and open wines from local vintners.
The Stuttgart Market Hall is an Art Nouveau building in Stuttgart’s city centre. It is a very popular shopping venue with 33 different stalls. In addition, there are three restaurants where you can pass the time away – the Markthallengaststätte, the Mediterranean-style “Empore” and the Desirée Spanish tapas bar.
The range of high-class living accessories and fashion on the upper floor are an attractive addition.
Photo: Stuttgart market hall
While you are in Stuttgart, be sure to take in this unique shopping experience in a comfortable atmosphere.
You’ll find international brands, fabulous beauty products and eye-catching accessories.
Some 13 chefs deliver fast food to guests on the 2nd floor of the Königsbau Passagen.
Photo: Königsbau Passagen
Why not visit Baden-Württemberg’s biggest shopping centre right in the heart of Stuttgart? The extensive building with generously sized atriums and Mediterranean feel makes the Milaneo the centrepiece of the city. It also houses over 30 cafés and restaurants and open-air catering on Mailänder Platz, making it a tempting place to pass the time.
Mailänder Platz 7
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