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|Stuttgart city centre|
|Stuttgart Airport (STR): 6 mi from city centre|
Planning a holiday in Stuttgart? This city's history goes all the way back to the 10th century, we can dig that! Search for flights to Stuttgart Airport (STR) in Leinfelden-Echterdingen. Save by travelling with low cost airlines from London. TUI and Germanwings offer the cheapest flights to Stuttgart from the UK.
Stuttgart is a pretty happening place as the 6th largest city in Germany. Summer is without a doubt the most popular time of the year to visit. It's best to book your flights to Stuttgart 3-4 months before your trip to find the cheapest deals.
Direct flights to Stuttgart take 1 hour 30 minutes from London.
Stuttgart was founded in the 10th century but today is more known for its cars than anything else. Welcome to the home of both Porsche and Mercedes-Benz! The locals are friendly and the beer plentiful!
Mercedes-Benz Museum: This car museum is probably the most popular tourist attraction in the city. Built in 200t6, it is well worth a visit if you have a passion for cars and Germany's streamlined automotive industry. Why not visit the factory too?
Staatsgalerie Stuttgart: For the art lovers, head to this gallery. There are two halves, one the "late staatsgalerie" with art from 1500-1900. The other half, "neue staatgalerie" features new, or modern, art. It's free to visit Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Carl Zeiss Planetarium: Take a fascinating astronomical trip while on holidays in Stuttgart! This planetarium is one of the best in the country and a real treat. The only downside is that most all shows are conducted in German with only selected shows in English.
Find more information on Stuttgart Tourism.
Stuttgart is not why to welcome visitors from all over the world, both visiting for pleasure and for business. You'll find a number of affordable hotels in Stuttgart in and around the city centre and train station. Hotel rooms tend to be cheaper on weekends when business travellers are few and far between.