Se hva du kan gjøre og oppleve i Stuttgart

Magnificent panorama and splendid architecture, cultural diversity and traditional festivals - Stuttgart, the state capital of Baden-Württemberg, delights its visitors. Due to the numerous green strips, parks, woods and historic buildings, some people take Stuttgart for the "paradise of Swabia". Highlights include the famous State Theatre, the large State Gallery, the Museum of Natural History and the Weißenhof estate.

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Mercedes-Benz Museum

The Mercedes-Benz Museum is one of Stuttgart’s main tourist magnets. On its nine floors there are about 160 historic and brand new vehicles displayed, ranging from the world’s first automobiles to the noble Luxuskarossen. The extraordinary and award-winning architecture in the form of a double helix is certainly an attraction itself.
Adresse: Mercedesstr. 100, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 17 30 000
Åpningstider: Tuesday-Sunday: 9am-6pm

Stuttgart State Museum of Natural History

Tucked away in the Royal Gardens you can find a 19th-century palace now housing the Natural History Museum of Stuttgart. Come here and discover the evolution of living beings from prehistory to nowadays. The museum’s centrepiece is a 13 metre-long pollack whale.
Adresse: Rosenstein 1, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 893 60
Åpningstider: Tuesday-Friday: 9am-5pm, Saturday-Sunday and public holidays: 10am-6pm.


The SI-Centrum is an entertainment venue with two theatres hosting musicals, a cinema, a casino and a spa. Of course, there are also several restaurants, bars and cafes.
Adresse: Plieninger Strasse 100, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 7211111

Porsche Museum

The Porsche Museum is a unique place to learn more about the world-famous, iconic car. In the exhibition, which covers an area of 5600 square metres, you'll find about 80 vehicles and 200 smaller items on display. The museum is housed in a futuristic building designed by the Viennese architects Delugan Meissl.
Adresse: Porscheplatz 1 D, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 911 209 11
Åpningstider: Tuesday-Sunday: 9am-6pm

Sepulchral Chapel Württemberg

The Sepulchral Chapel (Grabkapelle) was erected by King Wilhelm I in loving memory of his deceased wife. This monument of Swabian classicism was built from 1820 to 1824 by court building master Giovanni Salucci. Located on Württemberg Hill, the chapel is surrounded by picturesque vineyards and has one of the most beautiful viewing points of Stuttgart.
Adresse: Württembergstraße 340, 70327 Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 337149

Stuttgart Museum of Art

From 2005, the Stuttgart Museum of Art (Kunstmuseum Stuttgart) houses contemporary and modern art on an exhibition area of 5000 square metres. The building itself is a piece of art and at night the stone core of the glass cube glows. Other attractions are the museum's outstanding Otto Dix collection with around 250 of his works and the central section dedicated to abstract art.
Adresse: Kleiner Schlossplatz 1, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 216 196 00
Åpningstider: Tuesday-Sunday: 10am-6pm, Thursdays open until 9pm

Linden Museum

The whole world under one roof: The Linden Museum is among Europe's leading museums of ethnology. Here you can discover foreign cultures and learn about art and civilisation history of other countries through objects collected from all over the world.
Adresse: Hegelplatz 1, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 2022 3
Åpningstider: Tuesday-Saturday: 10am-5pm, Sunday: 10am-6pm


Stuttgart's unique zoological-botanical garden Wilhelma houses more than 1000 species of animals and about 8,500 species of plants. The complex includes an aquarium, an insectarium, an Amazon House, a big collection of orchids and much more. It was built as a Moorish garden for King Wilhelm I of Württemberg from 1842 to 1853.
Adresse: Wilhelma 13, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 540 20
Åpningstider: Daily: 8.15am-6.30pm

Stuttgart State Gallery

The Stuttgart State Gallery is one of Germany's foremost art museums, presenting works of art from eight centuries an temporary exhibitions on an area of 9000 square metres. The colourful post-modern expansion was designed by star architect James Stirling and houses a modern art collection from painters of the 20th century.
Adresse: Konrad-Adenauer-Str. 30-32, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 470 40 0
Åpningstider: Tuesday-Sunday: 10am-5pm, Thursdays open until 8pm

Württemberg State Museum

The Württemberg State Museum is a historical museum where you can learn more about the region and its past. It is located in the Old Castle overlooking Schillerplatz and has celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2012.
Adresse: Schillerplatz 6, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 895 35111
Åpningstider: Tuesday-Sunday: 10am-5pm

Mineral spas

19 springs in the district of Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt produce 220 million litres of mineral water a day. In Europe, only Budapest has larger mineral water resources. Have a relaxing break and enjoy this natural asset in one of the most poular spas of Stuttgart: Das Leuze Mineralbad.
Adresse: Am Leuzebad 2a, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 21699700
Åpningstider: Daily: 6am-9pm

Weissenhof Estate and Le Corbusier's House

This residential estate is a fine example of Modernist housing. It was built in 1927 under the supervision of Mies van der Rohe and 17 European architects worked on the project, including Le Corbusier. One of the buildings he designed is now a museum attracting architecture lovers from all over the world.
Adresse: Rathenaustraße 1-3, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 2579187
Åpningstider: Tuesday-Friday: 11am-6pm, Saturday-Sunday: 10am-6pm

TV tower

After 20 months of construction time, the television tower in Stuttgart began to work on 5 February 1956. Since then, it has been an architectural model for television towers worldwide. It reaches an impressive height of 216.61 metres, which means from the top of this landmark you can enjoy a beautiful view of the city.
Adresse: Jahnstraße 120, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 232 597
Åpningstider: Monday-Thursday: 10am-11pm, Friday-Sunday: 9am-11pm

State Theatre Stuttgart

Opera, ballet and theatre performances all await you at the "Staatstheater Stuttgart". Its two main beautiful buildings, the Opernhaus and the Schauspielhaus, host shows almost every day of the year. Check the theatre's website to discover what's on and broaden your cultural experience in Stuttgart.
Adresse: Oberer Schloßgarten 6, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 202090
Åpningstider: Monday-Friday: 10am-8pm, Saturday: 10am-2pm (Box Office)

Palace Square

The Palace Square in the heart of the city is surrounded by historic buildings and modern architecture at the same time. With the Old and the New Palace on one side and the unique art museum on the other, there's lots to see in this area. Königstraße, Germany's longest shopping precinct, conveniently passes through the "Schlossplatz", as the locals call it. During the summer months, the Palace Square becomes a popular meeting point. You can decide to grab a coffee with a view in one of the surrounding cafés or just relax on the grass and watch the people pass by.
Adresse: Schlossplatz Stuttgart, Stuttgart
Transport: Stop Schlossplatz


Deli is located next to the historic Hans-im-Glück fountain and has an outdoor terrace that is a wonderful place to sit and relax during summer. The menu features many hearty breakfast options, Swabian starters like Maultasche (dough filled with meat, spinach and onion), pasta dishes, salads and classic cocktails. Don't forget to check the daily menu crafted with the freshest ingredients available.
Adresse: Geißstrasse 7, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 2360200
Åpningstider: Sunday-Wednesday: 9am-1am, Thursday: 9am-2am, Friday-Saturday: 9am-3am


At Enchilada you can order, of course, the eponymous dish, but not only that: they also have burritos, fajitas, tacos and more Mexican food. Their signature drink is the margarita, which you can have at a special price from 10.30pm. Happy hour starts at 20.00 instead.
Adresse: Eberhardstrasse 69-71, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 236 59 74
Åpningstider: Monday-Thursday and Saturday: 6pm-12am, Friday: 6pm-1am


Located in Hohenheim Castle around 10 kilometres from Stuttgart, Speisemeisterei is a fine dining restaurant featured in the Michelin Guide more than once. Expect to find international cuisine and creative dishes. The business lunch is especially popular.
Adresse: Schloss Hohenheim, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 3421 7979
Åpningstider: Monday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday: 12pm-3pm and 6pm-11pm, Wednesday and Saturday: 6pm-11pm

Stuttgarter Stäffele

The Stuttgarter Stäffele serves authentic Swabian cuisine in a quaint setting with wooden furniture and checked tablecloths. Among the specialities, you can try roast beef with sauerkraut and spaetzle or "Fleischküchle und Kartoffelsalat", namely meatballs with potato salad.
Adresse: Buschlestraße 2, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 664190
Åpningstider: Monday-Friday: 11am-2.30pm and 6pm-10.30pm, Saturday-Sunday and holidays: 6pm-10.30pm

Weinstube Fröhlich

An ever-changing seasonal menu and fresh homemade food: welcome to Weinstube Fröhlich. They serve traditionsl German and Swabian food as well as a selection of regional and international wines, as this place is also a wine bar.
Adresse: Leonhardstrasse 5, 70182 Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 242471
Åpningstider: Tuesday-Thursday: 5.30pm-12am, Friday-Saturday: 5.30pm-1am

Carl's Brauhaus

Carl's Brauhaus serves Swabian cuisine in the heart of Stuttgart, just a few steps from the Palace Square. They source the best local ingredients and produce, like sausages, bread and draft beer.
Adresse: Stauffenbergstraße 1, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 259 746 11
Åpningstider: Monday-Thursday: 10am-12am, Friday-Saturday: 10am-1am, Sunday: 10am-11pm

Markthalle Stuttgart

In an Art Nouveau building from 1914 you will find the Stuttgart Market Hall. Here you can let your culinary desires run wild: whether you're looking for a snack at a stall or you want to dine in one of the international restaurants, you'll have plenty of choice.
Adresse: Dorotheenstraße 4, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 480410

Tobi’s Stuttgart

Tobi's is a chain focusing on German food favourites. On the menu you'll find currywurst, spaetzle with lentils, schnitzel and maultaschen, all at affordable prices.
Adresse: Bolzstraße 7, 70173 Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 2293307
Åpningstider: Monday-Thursday: 11.30am-10pm, Friday-Saturday:11.30am-1am, Sunday: 12pm-9pm

Alte Kanzlei

Located on Palace Square the Alte Kanzlei (Old Chancellery) invites you to enjoy its elegant ambience and delicious Swabian specialities.
Adresse: Schillerplatz 5A, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 294457
Åpningstider: Monday-Friday: 9.30am-12am, Saturday: 9am-12am, Sunday: 9am-11pm


The chef of the Cube presents creations of Pacific Rim Cuisine in this restaurant on the top floor of the Stuttgart Museum of Art. In other words, it's fine dining with a view over the city.
Adresse: Kleiner Schloßplatz 1, 70173 Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 2804441
Åpningstider: Daily: 11.45am-4.45pm and 15.45pm-12am.

Laugenbekenntnis food truck

At the food truck "Laugenbekenntis", everything deals with pretzels. It is run by two brothers who only use local products and zero flavor enhancers. The pretzel bread rolls are topped with beef, spicy pepper crackers or grilled sausages. The truck can be found at different places all over Stuttgart, as it changes its position every day. On their website, you will find out where they are at the moment.
Telefon: +49 163 8974661

Café Le Théâtre

Café Le Théâtre is a big venue offering hearty food, including hamburgers and pizza, organic coffee and luscious cakes. The café regularly hosts special events such as live music, movies and sports watching.
Adresse: Bolzstrasse 6, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 226 2610
Åpningstider: Monday-Thursday: 9am-12am, Friday-Saturday: 9am-1am, Sunday: 9am-11pm

Academie der Schönsten Künste

This artsy café regularly hosts art exhibitions. The owner Bernd Heidelbauer has spent the past 20 years collecting art works that give this café its unique character. You can sit inside surrounded by the artworks or outside in the picturesque garden. Breakfasts are their speciality.
Adresse: Charlottenstraße 5, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 242 436
Åpningstider: Monday-Saturday: 8am-12am, Sunday and public holidays 8am-8pm

Zimt und Zucker

Zimt und Zucker means cinnamon and sugar, which are just two of the sweet ingredients used for this cafe's great selection of treats. For instance, the pancakes come with delicious toppings like peanut butter jelly or fruitloops and cream.
Adresse: Weißenburgstraße 2c, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 172 6406838
Åpningstider: Tuesday: 10am-2pm, Wednesday-Sunday: 10am-6pm

Super Jami

Super Jami is a vegan cafe and event venue. Some dishes are inspired by Mexican cuisine, like the chili sin carne wrap. Make sure you try their Belgian waffles with banana and dark chocolate.
Adresse: Bopserstraße 10, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 32099749

Cafe DA

Cafe DA offers healthy homemade snacks and dishes with many vegan, gluten-free, and raw options. On the menu you'll find salads, shakes, bowls and sweets, matcha latte and cappuccino with soy or oat milk.
Adresse: Brennerstraße 29, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 1575 1556207
Åpningstider: Tuesday-Thursday: 9am-6pm, Friday-Saturday: 9am-8pm

Misch Misch

Misch Misch is a little cozy cafe near Marienplatz, in the south of Stuttgart. They serve speciality coffees and homemade treats like cakes and croissants. Art exhibitions are also hosted here.
Adresse: Tübinger Str. 95, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 21474861
Åpningstider: Monday-Thursday: 8am-6pm, Friday: 8am-7pm, Saturday: 10am-7pm

Tarte und Törtchen

At Tarte und Törtchen you'll find what the the name promises, namely tarts and cupcakes that will make your mouth water. Discover the art of high-quality patisserie and try delicious combinations of ingredients like lemon and passion fruit or chocolate, caramel and vanilla.
Adresse: Gutbrodstraße 1, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 91253505
Åpningstider: Tuesday-Friday: 7am-6pm, Saturday: 9am-5pm, Sunday: 10am-5pm


Hüftengold hosts a brunch buffet every Sunday, but it's a great place for breakfast or lunch any day of the week. Here you can order some classic scrambled eggs and a pretzel, or let one of the cakes on display tempt you.
Adresse: Olgastraße 44, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 2486988
Åpningstider: Monday-Thursday: 8am-6pm, Friday: 8am-12am, Saturday: 9am-12am, Sunday: 10am-6pm

Schocken Events

Schocken Events has a club with three levels and three bars that regularly hosts concerts and DJs playing many different genres. The dress code is casual and there's free entry on the weekend.
Adresse: Hirschstraße 36, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 162 4066809
Åpningstider: Tuesday: 6pm-1am, Wednesday-Thursday: 6pm-3am, Friday: 6pm-5am, Saturday: 12pm-5am, Sunday: 7pm-11pm

Biddy Early's Irish Pub

Enjoy the whisky and Guinness flow at this authentic Irish pub. Here you can watch football, play pool or listen to live music on Saturdays. If you like to sing, come to the pub on Wednesdays because it's karaoke night.
Adresse: Marienstrasse 28, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 615 98 53
Åpningstider: Monday-Thursday: 6pm-1am, Friday: 6pm-2am, Saturday: 2pm-2am, Sunday: 2pm-12am


Theodor-Heuss-Straße is a road that attracts visitors from all over Germany for its abundance of party venues like plubs, bars and lounges, most of which ahve outdoor areas. During the summer, Theodor-Heuss-Straße becomes particularly crowded with people who spend the whole night there having fun.
Adresse: Theodor-Heuss-Straße, 70178 Stuttgart


Platzhirsch is a small bar with a big terrace located in the city centre. It's popular place to grab some beers for locals and tourists alike, especially during the weekend. They also serve pub food and Swabian specialities.
Adresse: Geißstraße 12, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 76162508
Åpningstider: Monday-Thursday: 11am-2am, Friday-Saturday: 11am-3am, Sunday: 2pm-12am


Waranga is a chill place for a drink during the day and a party venue at night when they turn up the music in the clublounge. During summer, they open a terrace with a view over Schlossplatz that can become quite lively and crowded.
Adresse: Kleiner Schloßplatz 15, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 99799266
Åpningstider: Monday-Saturday: 11am-late, Sunday: 1pm-late

Freund + Kupferstecher

Freund + Kupferstecher is an alternative party location established in 2014 and open three nights a week. You will find several exciting events on their program, especially DJ nights.
Adresse: Fritz-Elsas-Straße 60, Stuttgart
Åpningstider: Wednesday: 11pm-3am, Friday-Saturday: 11pm-5am


At Kowalski, you can dance to electronic music all night long. The mixture of wood, concrete and climbing plants create an amazing setting for your partying.
Adresse: Kriegsbergstr. 28, Stuttgart
Åpningstider: Friday-Saturday: 11.45pm-6am

Im Wizemann

Im Weizemann hosts concerts, DJ sets and other events in its two big halls. Check their website or Facebook page to see what's coming up: the variety of the offer will amaze you.
Adresse: Quellenstraße 7, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 40056440

1. Stock

In the apartment above the Veggie Vodoo King every night feels like a really good house party: little space, many people, good music and a lively atmosphere. Only the beer is not in the bathtub.
Adresse: Steinstr. 13, Stuttgart

Schwarz Weiß Bar

A stylish cocktail bar where you can relax listening to jazz music. Order a classic drink or a creative one and enjoy it slowly in this small, quiet place.
Adresse: Wilhelmstraße 8A, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 171 1288288
Åpningstider: Sunday-Thursday: 7pm-3am, Friday-Saturday: 7pm-5am

Sky Beach

Even if it's not on the sea, Stuttgart has its very own beach with white sand where you can sunbathe and sip a drink near a palm. It's called Sky Beach and it's a rooftop bar in the heart of the city.
Adresse: Königstraße 6, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 163 8182320

Biergarten im Schloßgarten

If you visit Germany during summer, you can't miss the experience of having beer and pretzels in a beer garden while the sun sets. Biergarten im Schloßgarten is the place in Stuttgart where you can do exactly that. It's a very popular spot where you can enjoy German food and beer and sometimes even live music.
Adresse: Am Schlossgarten 18, 70173 Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 2261274
Åpningstider: Daily: 10.30am-1am


Königstrasse is a pedestrian shopping boulevard that is 1.2 kilometres long. Independent shops, department stores, gastronomy and relaxation areas await you here. This shopping area, one of Germany's longest and finest, begins opposite the main railway station and runs right through the heart of the city.
Adresse: Königstraße, Stuttgart


The name of Breuninger, Stuttgart's leading clothing store, has for many decades stood for top quality along with a superior and varied selection of goods. This large store on the Marketplace is where you go if you're looking for the latest fashion trends.
Adresse: Marktstr. 1-3, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 2110
Åpningstider: Monday-Friday: 10am-8pm, Saturday: 9.30am-8pm


Welcome to southern Germany's largest shopping centre: Milaneo. The modern building has an area of 43,000 square meters developed on three levels and containing about 200 stores. Some of the international brands present here are Swarovski, The Body Shop, Jack and Jones, Mango, Accessorize and Calzedonia. The centre also offers several services and food options.
Adresse: Mailänder Platz 7, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 5409300
Åpningstider: Monday-Thursday: 10am-8pm, Friday: 10am-9.30pm, Saturday: 9.30am-8pm

Das Gerber

Das Gerber is Stuttgart's shopping temple for the demanding thrills, with exceptional architecture and sophisticated interiors. On a total of 25,000 square meters, there are 85 shops and restaurants. Some of brands you might recognize are Kiko, O Bag, Only, Urban Outfitters,Vans and H&M.
Adresse: Sophienstr. 21, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 2804190
Åpningstider: Monday-Saturday: 7.30am-10pm

Bungalow Gallery

Bungalow Gallery is new multi-brand store in downtown Stuttgart. Here you'll find exclusive men's and women's fashion in a sophisticated setting with an ever-changing look.
Adresse: Stiftstraße 1A, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 2202000
Åpningstider: Monday-Saturday: 10.30am-8pm


Since 2015, Greenality provides Stuttgart with fairly traded, organic and sustainable clothing for the trend-conscious consumer base. They have clothes, accessories and shoes for both men and women.
Adresse: Fürstenstraße 5, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 16917854
Åpningstider: Monday-Friday: 11am-7.30pm, Saturday: 10am-7pm


Blutsgeschwister is something unusual, a world full of fascination for colours, patterns, shapes and history. The label is original from Stuttgart and the collections you will find in the store are inspired to tradition but combine that with urban modernity.
Adresse: Breite Str. 4, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 72 23 32 68
Åpningstider: Monday-Friday: 10am-7pm, Saturday: 11am-7pm

Flea Market Karlsplatz

Every Saturday there is the popular flea market taking place at the Karlsplatz. Here you can go on a nostalgic journey and browse for bargains and rarities.
Adresse: Karlsplatz, Stuttgart
Åpningstider: Saturday: 8am-4pm

Feinkost Böhm

Feinkost Böhm is a grocery store, a deli and an eatery all in one. Here you can buy gourmet souvenirs to take home like preserves, liquors and beers, cheeses, sausages and chocolates.
Adresse: Kronprinzstraße 6, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 227560
Åpningstider: Monday-Thursday: 10am-8pm, Friday-Saturday: 9am-8pm

Königsbau Passagen

Königsbau Passagen is a shopping and business centre right next to Schlossplatz with 27,000 square meters of retail space selling furniture, jewellery, body care products, clothes and more.
Adresse: Königstraße 26, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 8703060
Åpningstider: Monday-Saturday: 10am-8pm

Stuttgart Airport

Stuttgart Airport is located about 14 kilometres from downtown Stuttgart. The airport is easy to reach from the city. Lines S2 and S3 of the metropolitan S-Bahn trains will take you to Stuttgart’s main train station. The journey takes 27 minutes. The trains run between 4.55am (5.25am on Sundays) and 12.25am. There are taxi ranks outside of Terminals 1, 2 and 3. The ride takes about 30 minutes. You will also find several car rental agencies in the arrivals hall of the airport. Parking for your own car is also available.
Adresse: Flughafenstraße 32, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 94 80

Best Time to Visit

The best, but also busiest time to visit Stuttgart is during the summer, when the temperatures are most pleasant (generally around 20°C/68°F during the day). During shoulder seasons, namely spring and autumn, various festivals take place and outdoor activities and sightseeing are still possible. Winters can be very cold in Stuttgart, but also quite picturesque due to the snowfall and Christmas Markets.

Passport / Visa

Germany can be visited visa-free for up to 90 days by citizens of most European countries, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Israel, UAE and most countries in America. If you are unsure whether or not you need to apply for a visa, we recommend contacting the embassy or consulate in your country. International (non-Schengen) travelers need a passport that is valid for at least 3 months after the end of their intended trip in order to enter the Schengen zone. Citizens of Schengen countries can travel without a passport, but must have a valid ID with them during their stay.

Public Transport

The VVS operates Stuttgart’s public transport system consisting of buses and trains. The city is divided into zones and the more zones you cross when travelling, the more expensive your ticket will be. For short distances, opt for the "Kurzstrecke" ticket, which is valid for three stops. If you are planning a busy day of sightseeing, splurge on a daily ticket, called "Tageskarte". Tickets can be bought from vending machines, bus drivers and sales locations. The tickets are slightly cheaper if you buy them with your cell phone.
Adresse: VVS-Infothek, Königstraße 1A, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 0711 19449


There are taxi ranks at the train station, Bismarckplatz and many other locations throughout the city. You can call a taxi any time of the day.
Telefon: +49 711 551 0000


To find a post office you should look for the yellow "Deutsche Post" sign, many offices are located throughout town. For sending postcards and letters you can use the yellow public mail boxes.
Adresse: Arnulf-Klett-Platz 2,Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 228 4333112
Åpningstider: Monday-Friday: 7am-8pm, Saturday: 9am-2pm, Sunday: 10am-3pm


Pharmacies (distinguished by a red "Aphotheke" sign at the front) have alternating opening hours during nights and weekends, in order to be always able to access a pharmacy. Addresses of the pharmacies on duty are posted at the pharmacies or online.
Adresse: Apotheke Stadtmitte, Rotebühlpl. 20B, Stuttgart
Telefon: +49 711 2265717
Åpningstider: Monday-Friday: 7.30am-8.30pm, Saturday: 9am-8pm


Country code: +49 Area code: 711


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