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Welcome to Stuttgart
Book cheap flights to Stuttgart with Condor and discover Germany's very own 'motor city'. A flight to Stuttgart is a must for any petrol head, though this lively city has something to offer everyone. Stuttgart is one of southern Germany's cultural hubs. The city is synonymous with the automotive industry and home to Mercedes-Benz and Porsche. However, Stuttgart offers so much more. The pretty city center features a number of beautifully reconstructed historic buildings alongside impressive modern architecture and several peaceful large squares.
It also features what is purportedly Germany's longest pedestrianized shopping street – Königstrasse. Stuttgart is perfect for culture vultures too. The Kunstmuseum and Old State Gallery are among the most popular art galleries in southern Germany, while many visitors head straight to the Mercedes-Benz Museum. Stuttgart's convenient public transport means that you can also easily access the historic towns and palaces that dot the countryside around the city, including impressive Ludwigsburg Palace.
Condor flights to Stuttgart depart from several major North American airports, including Baltimore-Washington, San Francisco and Calgary. Flight times vary depending on your departure point, though the flight to Stuttgart from Calgary takes just over 11 hours.
The public transport system in Germany is very well organized. Buses and trains take you from the airport to the city center quickly and efficiently. They are also a great way to explore the surrounding countryside. Taxis are also available at the airport, though you may prefer a rental car, which will allow you the freedom to travel wherever you want.
Top attractions in Stuttgart
The Mercedes-Benz Museum is a must for any car lover. The museum covers the history of the famous Mercedes-Benz brand and exhibits numerous classic models. Serious petrol heads can also visit the Mercedes-Benz factory, just outside the city.
Art lovers will feel right at home in the Kunstmuseum, located on Schlossplatz in the city center. The focus is on contemporary and modern art, which is reflected in the architecture of the building itself. The striking construction resembles a glass cube, and is lit from the inside at night to dramatic effect
The Ludwigsburg Palace is located in the town of Ludwigsburg, just outside Stuttgart, and is easily accessible by public transport. The grand palace was built in baroque style in the 18th century and is ringed by large and ornate gardens.
Stuttgart has a rich in cultural life. The Staatstheater operates the city's opera house and Stuttgart Ballet, both of which offer a high quality programme of performances. The building dates from the beginning of the 20th century and was one of the few to survive the city's devastating bombing during World War II.
Nightlife and shopping
No trip to Stuttgart would be complete without a shopping trip. The city center offers luxury boutiques and world famous brands, alongside high-street favorites. Book a cheap flight to Stuttgart and discover this city's surprisingly lively nightlife. Head to the area around Theodor-Heuss-Strasse, and get dancing with the locals.