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Stuttgart is one of the largest cities in Germany as well as being one of the most visited. Combining a distinct landscape of rolling hills and valleys with some of the most recognisable architecture in Europe, the city is a fascinating blend of textures, colours, and sites. Now, thanks to Hotels.com, it is possible for you to experience everything the region has to offer from the comfort of a carefully selected Stuttgart Hotel. With a huge range of options for you to choose from and the finest hotels available to browse you will not be disappointed. It is as easy as logging online and seeing what is on offer. Hotels.com have finally taken the hassle out of finding your holiday accommodation. With vineyards, parks, and plazas, the city offers an eclectic tourist experience and rewards anyone who is willing to discover the region. Stuttgart is an ever growing economic and tourism centre and is fast becoming one of Germany's most popular cities. With a vibrant food culture and characteristically fantastic beer and wine at every turn, you really should discover this magical place before everyone else has a chance to.

Things to do in Stuttgart

Germany is famous for its rich manufacturing and car production history. Perhaps the country's most famous export, apart from beer, is Mercedes Benz vehicles. The city of Stuttgart is home to the headquarters of Mercedes as well as the fantastic Mercedes Benz museum. Charting the history of the manufacturer, the museum is a futuristic, almost entirely interactive space that houses some truly remarkable pieces of Mercedes history. What's more, all this excitement resides in one of Germany's most recognisable buildings. The fascinating double helix structure of the museum's exterior entices visitors in and is nearly as breathtaking as the displays inside. One of the city's most popular park areas is Killesbergerpark. Located across 123 acres in the heart of the city the park is something of an oasis in the hustle and bustle of the city. With a quaint steam train that operates throughout the park as well as wonderful observation tower that offers spectacular views of the surrounding area, it is the perfect place to get away from it all. If you fancy taking in a little culture and immersing yourself in some German history, then pay a visit to Staatsgalerie Stuttgart. For many years, the gallery was a small provincial affair that attracted a limited number of visitors. Thanks to major investment and regeneration in the mid 80's, the museum is now one of the leading cultural lights in Germany. Home to works by Max Beckmann, Joan Miro, Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse the gallery's collection rivals any in Europe.

How to get along in Stuttgart

Stuttgart is a wonderful place to visit. Clean, accommodating and friendly, it is a holiday destination that does most of the work for you. However, there are a couple of small details that should be remembered when visiting the city. The city centre gets busy and with such good public transport services available, you are advised to forgo a rental car and explore the city on foot. It's cheap and easy and you will avoid lengthy traffic cues and confusion. Also, be sure to remember that beer in the city is often far stronger than many tourists are used to. Whilst the locals may be used to it many tourists aren't and this can lead to unexpected drunkenness. Hotels.com offers a bespoke, easy to use service through which you can find the best Stuttgart Hotels.

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