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Even if you haven’t traveled in Germany, chances are you’ve heard of Stuttgart at least once or twice, and you’ve seen many times the product that is one of the city’s prides. Stuttgart, despite being a very old city with thousands of years of history, is mostly known for its automotive industry. The two luxury car manufacturers, Daimler MG (the maker of Mercedes) and the Porsche company, were established in the city and still operate there today.
However, Stuttgart is not only a city of vehicles. It can offer you a rich history, diverse culture, rich nightlife fueled by the students studying in its two major universities (University of Stuttgart and University of Hohenheim). In addition, it is the capital city (and largest city) in the state of Baden-Württemberg, so you can expect to find everything you need and want, and beyond.
Stuttgart is a big city, so it is difficult to cover all the recommended areas to stay there. We will present some options, hoping that from here you can take the reins in your hands.
For those who want to experience the city in its beating heart and the undisputed center of affairs, there is no doubt that it is worth taking a hotel or guest house in the center of Stuttgart (Stuttgart Mitte). This district is physically and historically in the center of the city, as it centers within it some of its central aspects, which are especially important for tourists.
First, it is the historical center of the city. Here you will find palaces, museums, architecture from different periods and buildings that are hundreds of years old and more. The fountains, the European charm and the German order, all these play havoc with the crowds of tourists visiting the area. Secondly, shopping enthusiasts will find here everything they are looking for, and even more. Apart from the famous Konigstrasse boulevard, full of shops of all kinds, the city center is characterized by an unusual wealth of boutiques, fashion and souvenir shops. And finally, the city center is the best place for a night out, as it is packed with pubs, restaurants and clubs where you can party until dawn.
However, the price you will have to pay for this pleasure is high. Accommodations in the city center know their value, so they also price themselves accordingly. This does not mean that you cannot find bargains and worthwhile deals, but on average the cost of accommodation here will be higher than in most other areas of the city.
For those who don’t want to pay that price, but still want to stay close to the center, East Stuttgart (Stuttgart Ost) is the right area. This is a part of the city where mostly locals live, so here you can feel how life in Stuttgart goes on a daily basis, away from the spotlight and selfie cameras. Due to the low demand of the area among tourists, this is the perfect place to look for a cheap guest house or motel to rest your head for the night, before another full day of entertainment and trips.
If you are traveling with children, you probably want to sleep in a place where you can also relax from the hustle and bustle of the day and let the children run wild and run without you having to chase them and without having to worry that they will get lost. In such a situation, the recommendation is to find a hotel in the beautiful Degerloch neighborhood. This is a neighborhood that is a little far from the city center, but nevertheless accessible by a quick train ride. You will find a pleasant suburban atmosphere in it, and the sparse traffic makes it possible to travel there by bicycle as well. In addition, it has many green spots and parks, where you can spend an afternoon picnic. The area has quite a few accommodation solutions, and its excellent infrastructure will make you feel as if you are in the center of the city, with the quiet of the village.
Of course there are other parts of Stuttgart where it is possible and recommended to sleep. There is the trendy and relatively central Stuttgart West, there is the touristic and beautiful Bad Cannstatt district, which is right next to the city center and contains some of the city’s most central attractions, and more.
Stuttgart differs from most German cities in that its summer months are not so busy. You can arrive in July and August, and not feel as if you are constantly at a train station. The pleasant temperatures, the reasonable amount of tourists and with it also more reasonable hotel costs, all of these make summer an excellent time to visit Stuttgart.
If you prefer cooler temperatures, fall can especially beckon you as well. The city is beautiful in the fall, and the local Cannstatter Volksfest beer festival held in the fall is second only to the famous Oktoberfest. Here too you can find a place to stay at a very affordable price, so you don’t have to sacrifice your entire travel budget to sleep in a decent place.
And finally, if you want to get good deals and secure the city’s must-see sites almost exclusively for yourself, come in the winter. In the months of January and February, the city is at its lowest for tourists (although it is never empty), and hotel prices drop accordingly. Bring suitable clothes with you, prepare for a lot of entertainment inside buildings, and you have a perfect romantic vacation.