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Stuttgart Travel Guide

Stuttgart, Germany: Tourism Information

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Stuttgart, Germany. Tourism Information. Vacation Packages. The German city of Stuttgart's tourism slogan is 'Stuttgart is More', an apt description of this great city which combines culture, events, museums and a fascinating history with state-of-the-art tourism facilities. Stuttgart is a mega-city surrounded by satellite towns, but beyond its massive conurbation are vast swathes of forested land. The city itself holds some of the greenest suburban and urban locations in the whole of Europe, including the lovely Neckar Valley. Tourism in the entire area forms a useful adjunct to its industrial and financially-based economy, and is supported by its many historic buildings, lakes, pleasure parks, events and places of interest. Tourist information about the city itself and Baden-Wuttemberg, the German state of which Stuttgart is the capital, is readily available from the official i-Punkt Tourism Office on the Konigstrasse, or the travel agencies on the Theodor-Heuss-Strasse and the Tubinger Strasse. Boasting such a long history, Stuttgart comes with many heritage attractions and old buildings. Tourists will enjoy strolling around the Bohnenviertel and its cobblestone alleyways, where a pleasant mix of old and new awaits. Located in the very centre of Stuttgart is the Old Castle (Altes Schloss), which dates back to the 10th century and remains in an excellent state of repair, after extensive restoration work. Built in the early part of the 19th century, the New Castle (Neues Schloss) adds further character to the city. Families on holiday usually find themselves paying a visit to the Wilhelma Zoological and Botanical Gardens, the Palace Garden (Schlossgarten) or the Carl Zeiss Planetarium