We are in Stuttgart, Germany, for one afternoon. We flew in from Split with Eurowings and had 4 hour layover on our journey, so we decided to explore the city!
How to get to Stuttgart Main train station?
From Stuttgart Airport (Flughafen), we took S2 – Stadtbahn/metro (you can also take S3) to the city Main train station (Hauptbanhof). The journey takes about 30 minutes. You need a ticket for 3 zones which costs € 4.00 for adults and € 1.90 for children from 6 up to 14 years. The price of a day ticket for 3 – 4 zones is € 16.40, this card can be used with five persons.
What to do in Stuttgart?
We started our Stuttgart “layover adventure” in Koenigstrasse, street of million shops and street performers, and walked to Palace Square (Schlossplatz). On Schlossplatz we found gorgeous Palace, fountain and monument, with benches & grass and did little shoot for @yato_by_hp, Croatian handmade necklace brand.
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From Schlossplatz, we went behind Kunstgebäude building to Schlossgarten, another beautiful Palace Park with lake, fountain and Opera House.
If you want to take Instagram worthy picture from Stuttgart’s Schlossplatz go to Kunstmuseum. Museum looks like huge glass cube. There are stairs right below it, which offer great Square view. Thank you Pippa for being our personal photographer!
Entrance to the Kunstmuseum “glass cube” building is free and there is bar on top floor. There you can get “glass bird view” of the Square.
Museum entrance is within building and they charge entrance fee separately. We, unfortunately, didn’t have time to visit.
We decided to finish our “layover” in Stuttgart Bibliothek, unfortunately, it was closed.
All in all, Stuttgart is a wonderful place and great for “layover adventure”. If you have 4 hours in the city use it!
We are off to Strasbourg, see you next week! In meantime you can:
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