We found 2 things to do in Stuttgart! Stuttgart is the sixth-largest city in Germany, as well as the capital of and largest city in the state of Baden Wurttemberg. The city is spread across hills and valleys, lending a quaint, picturesque appearance to a city that otherwise has the reputation of being the “cradle of the automobile,” from which Karl Benz invented the car and the motorcycle, and where today Mercedes-Benz and Porsche have their headquarters. Read more
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Stuttgart is the sixth-largest city in Germany, as well as the capital of and largest city in the state of Baden Wurttemberg. The city is spread across hills and valleys, lending a quaint, picturesque appearance to a city that otherwise has the reputation of being the “cradle of the automobile,” from which Karl Benz invented the car and the motorcycle, and where today Mercedes-Benz and Porsche have their headquarters. Stuttgart is also a great jumping-off point for tourists to visit other parts of the region, including two of the best theme parks in Europe. Take our 2015 tours and activities from Stuttgart now to experience a beautiful city, and embark on fun and adventure.
Grab a Europa-Park Ticket and visit the most popular theme park on the continent. Between the Black Forest and Vosges is the incredible Europa-Park, which has 12 different roller coasters and various themed areas based on fairy tales and the various countries of Europe. Here you can enjoy one of these incredible roller coasters like the Silver Star, the wooden Wodan Timbur Coaster, and the Alpenexpress, which takes riders through a diamond mine. Besides the rides, enjoy the many cultural shows that the Park has to offer, such as a flamenco dance, a parade with 100 actors, and an acrobatic show from China. 4.9 million visitors came to Europa-Park in 2013, and you can be one of the millions who will come and enjoy this year!
Embark on an adventure at Tripsdrill Theme Park and Wildlife and see the oldest theme park in Germany that, besides entertaining, also informs tourists about the history of the Swabia region. Here you can see the Altweibermuhle and learn about the history of the park, and stop at the Gaudi-Viertel, a giant playground made especially for kids. After enjoying any of over 100 different attractions appropriate for the whole family, stop by the nearby Wildlife Park where over 40 different species including bears, deer, wolves and more are all on display. Interact with the animals by feeding or petting. Watch the falconer make a demonstration with his bird of prey companion. Enjoy walking along the serene forest adventure path, barefoot path, and more.