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Ask many Germans their opinion of Stuttgarters and they will go off on a tangent: they are road hogs speeding along the autobahn; they are sharp-dressed executives with a Swabian drawl; they are tight-fisted homebodies who slave away...
...t Ferdinand, the zeppelin. And where would we be without black forest gateau, cuckoo clocks and the ultimate beer food, the pretzel? Beyond the high-tech, urbanite pleasures of 21st-century Stuttgart lies a region still ripe for discovery. On the city fringes, country lanes roll to vineyards and lordly baroque palaces, spa towns and castles steeped in medieval myth. Swinging south, the...
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Occupying a shimmering glass cube, this gallery is a romp through modern and contemporary art, with works by Otto Dix and Dieter Roth. For a 360-degree view over Stuttgart, head up to the Cube cafe. Out front, the primary colours and geometric forms of Alexander Calder’s mobile catch the eye.
Offering a restaurant, Star Inn Hotel Stuttgart Airport-Messe is located in Stuttgart. Free WiFi access is available.Each room here offers satellite TV, air conditioning and a private bathroom with a hairdryer. Additional features includ...
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