Stuttgart – or „Schduaert“, as it´s pronounced in the local dialect, state capital. 590.000 inhabitants.
Stuttgart – or „Schduaert“, as it´s pronounced in the local dialect, state capital. 590.000 inhabitants.Founded as “Stuotgarten” 915 BC. 1519 described as “Stuttgart – the name the swabian people gave to paradise”by Ulrich von Hutten. Today: Big city, surrounded by forests and vines, located in a valey basin, cosmopolitan, well connected. Home of big names in technology: Mercedes, Bosch, Porsche, Stihl, Kärcher. Largest mobility competence centre in the world. Largest aerospace faculty in Europe. 5 of 11 state museums in Baden-Württemberg: Cranach, Rubens, Monet, Renoir, Picasso, Beuys.The state theatre als lagest three-division house (theatre, opera and ballet) of the world.
Stuttgart thinks big and is generous, moves dynamically and with courage to slowness. Fairtrade city. Target: Most children-friendly city in Germany. 86% of the young people like living here. City of the “Stäffele” – 400 staircases connect city and vineyards and open up amazing views. The “Stuttgart 21” area with its new, award-winning library in which you can also borrow art.
Apart from the superlatives, Stuttgart welcomes all visitors warm-hearted – with Stuttgart Greeters.