Things to see in Stuttgart
Mercedes-Benz Museum: Stuttgart, known as a major centre for automobile production, is home to the Mercedes-Benz Museum making it a must-see. One of the city’s largest attractions, the museum features some of the world’s oldest cars, including the first Mercedes-Benz.
Stuttgart TV Tower: the view from the world’s first concrete TV tower is one not to be missed. An observation platform allows amazing views of the nearby Swabian Alb, Neckar Valley vineyards and sometimes the Swiss Alps, it even features a revolving restaurant…
Mercedes-Benz Arena: tour the stadium home to the football team VFB Stuttgart who play in the first division Bundesliga in Germany.
Schlossplatz: The largest square in Stuttgart Mitte is home to the Neues Schloss (or New Palace) built between 1746 and 1807, it was once home to former Kings but is now used by state government. Originally the square was not open to the general public, and was used as a military parade ground. Now the massive square hosts festivals throughout the year and is always home to a variety of street performers.
Porsche Museum: Hard surface and boxy lines make the museum itself something impressive just to look at. Inside there are hundreds of cars, including an extensive collection of Porsche race cars.
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