Art & culture
Restaurants & bars
In the Stuttgart area
Shopping in Stuttgart
Enjoy the stylish atmosphere and international brands over five floors. The mall’s own food lounge and al fresco eateries also offer a variety of dishes from all over the world.
Das Gerber, a shopping mall situated in the heart of the lively Gerber district, is the place to visit for anyone seeking something special and who places value on quality and sustainability.
Experience fashion, beauty and lifestyle here – from exclusive brands to the season's must-haves and selected newcomer brands. Exclusive services and culinary highlights in the Breuninger’s restaurants and cafés add the finishing touch.
The SchwabenGalerie is located in the heart of the lively Stuttgart-Vaihingen area. With 50 specialist stores, restaurants and cafés over two floors, the centre offers shoppers a wide selection of everyday goods and other products.
High-end shopping in the home town of Hugo Boss. Discover more than 130 premium and luxury brands in flagship outlet stores (e.g. Prada, Gucci, Armani, Burberry, Breitling and Fendi). Reductions of up to 70% all year round plus personalised services and exclusive events.
Art & culture
Contemporary art at the heart of the city: two or three special exhibitions each year, plus the highlights of the municipal art collection comprising over 15,000 works, are displayed in the Kunstmuseum art museum. These include works by Otto Dix, Willi Baumeister, Dieter Roth, Wolfgang Laib, Michel Majerus and Josephine Meckseper.
Presenting a rich collection of masterpieces from the 14th century through to the present day, the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart art gallery is one of the most popular museums in Germany. The striking museum complex and its collections reflect a combination of traditional and modern. Classical modernism, with works from 1900 to 1980, undoubtedly forms the core of the museum's collections.
Mercedes Benz Museum
Over a surface area of 16,500 m², the Mercedes-Benz museum showcases breathtaking vehicles and over 1,500 exhibits in a unique architectural setting. Learn about automotive and contemporary history since 1886. From the world's first patented automobile to this millennium's hydrogen-powered vehicle.
A place to dream, even with your eyes open. Dreams of sports cars come to life at the Porsche Museum. Step into the sports car manufacturer's thrilling world. There is plenty to discover besides the exhibition. From culinary to cultural – as well as a little fun for younger visitors.
Württemberg State Museum
Cultural history comes to life in the Old Castle. The Württemberg State Museum presents precious objects from a period spanning 80,000 years: from Ice Age art to Celtic burial objects, Roman artefacts and medieval masterpieces, as well as unique treasures from the dukes and kings of Württemberg.
Haus der Musik sound museum
The Haus der Musik in the Fruchtkasten building is a popular attraction for music enthusiasts in the heart of Stuttgart. It is home to the Württemberg State Museum’s superb collection of historical musical instruments. Original keyboard instruments can also be heard at various concerts.
The StadtPalais – Museum für Stuttgart is much more than a museum – it is a science centre for urban culture. The building, which opened in April 2018, is as diverse as the city: issues of the future, architecture and urban topics are discussed here in a programme covering everything from political debate to parties.
Kunstbezirk art gallery
The Kunstbezirk art gallery in the Gustav-Siegle-Haus building is a non-commercial gallery that promotes artists of all kinds, focusing in particular on talent from the Stuttgart and Baden-Württemberg region. Multiple disciplines, such as photographs, music, installations, video, film and performance, converge in its exhibitions and projects. Admission is always free.
Kulturinsel Stuttgart gemeinnützige GmbH is a multicultural haven in the Neckarpark in Bad Cannstatt. The varied site on the location of a former rail freight depot provides a platform for art and culture enthusiasts, neighbours, asylum seekers, gardeners and many more.
Schweinemuseum pig museum
From lucky pigs to cuddly pigs, from kitsch and everyday items to antiques and valuable unique pieces, the various themed rooms invite you to explore the importance of pigs, different pig breeds and artistic representations of pigs.
Food & drinks
Restaurants & bars
AMICI stands for superior quality and perfection in dining and service. Its European-Asian fusion cuisine, from sushi to creative fish and meat dishes, promises a special experience to suit every taste. International wines and fine, exquisite champagnes add the finishing touch. As well as fine dining, the venue also celebrates dance, with a club on the top floor that opens at weekends.
The tasteful decor reflects the history of this building, dating back over 110 years. A former pharmacy, ampulle in west Stuttgart offers diners a very special atmosphere and a glimpse into times gone by. Diners can choose from more than 200 gin varieties in this unique setting. With its DRY AGED BEEF, the restaurant offers choice meat specialities from a free-standing dry ageing cabinet.
For 50 years, this rustic wine bar in west Stuttgart has been serving top-quality Swabian cuisine in a traditional atmosphere. The selection ranges from classics such as Zwiebelrostbraten (fried beef and onions in gravy), Maultaschen (Swabian ravioli) and home-made Bubenspitzle (finger-shaped potato dumplings) to unique creations. Three different dining areas provide the perfect setting to for any mood and every occasion.
The old art nouveau-style administrative building of the Stuttgart slaughterhouse is now home to a restaurant of the same name, the Stuttgarter Schlachthof. Premium German cuisine is served in a beautiful setting reminiscent of a historic inn at the turn of the century. In spring and summer, diners can enjoy pleasant moments in the large beer garden.
Cavallino Spaghettaro is young, unconventional and down to earth. Its speciality is spaghetti, but the menu also includes other Italian fare. Pasta, the symbol of Italian hospitality, takes centre stage in Cavallino Spaghettaro. The interior design combines traditional materials, such as Italian marble and terrazzo, with modern minimalism.
The Spanu family extends a warm welcome to VINUM, the restaurant inside Stuttgart’s Literaturhaus cultural centre. Diners can enjoy Italian cuisine accompanied by a wide selection of wines. Gluten-free and vegan dishes also feature on the menu.
The sense of space is unique, with glass on all sides offering stunning views over central Stuttgart. The minimalist interior designed by Heinz Witthöft adds to the impression of urban spaciousness. The professional restaurant team is united in a clear vision: "Deliver a new dining experience!"
Modern but timeless. Elegant but homely. This atmosphere creates the ideal setting to ensure that this restaurant, awarded a Michelin star in 2015, lives up to its stated goal: the GOLDBERG represents an experience that showcases a perfectly balanced portrayal of our gastronomic values.
Close your eyes and imagine a waterfront restaurant on the American coast, but from several decades ago. Brick walls, steel girders and the charm of an old pier warehouse. The subdued lighting creates a warm, welcoming atmosphere.
Jigger & Spoon
Stuttgart’s first modern take on the speakeasy bar serves high-class drinks in a unique setting behind vault doors.
Classic Italian cuisine and fine wines transport diners on a culinary voyage through Italy. An experience for all the senses on the doorstep. We look forward to seeing you.
This gourmet restaurant (1 Michelin star) is a microcosm of cultures and styles. In the Bohnenviertel district in the heart of Stuttgart’s old town, head chef Fabian Heldmann and his team work with great passion and creativity to treat diners to a truly memorable experience. Saturday is Candle Light Dinner menu night.
Stuttgart has a truly roal history. This makes itself visible in an impressive way in the heart of the city. The Old Castle still enchants with its magnificent knight's castle appearance, the New Castle and its splendid parks are reminicent of the legendary Palace of Versailles. In between there are numerous historical buildings from bygone eras.
UNESCO World Heritage at the Weissenhof Estate
Two houses built by Le Corbusier are found at Stuttgarts Weissenhof Estate. This tour will explain his principles of modern architecture as well as the emergence of the Weissenhof Estate, with which 16 other modern architects were also involved. The regions counter-model to the Weissenhof-Estate, the Kochenhof Estate, will then also be explored.
Stuttgart After Work
Stuttgart and wine - a good pairing. On this evening tour you will be shown the most significant sights of downtown Stuttgart - while also experiencing all kinds of things about the significant history of wine in the state of Baden-Württemberg and its capital.
On this tour through Stuttgart you will be served a complete menu - but every dish will be enjoyed after a walk to the next gourmet spot. Those tasty tours guide you through the different parts of the city. On your stroll along historical buildings you will experience interesting and entertaining stories about the city and its rich history.
On the Action-Rally through Stuttgart all team members need an eye for details, creativity and a desire to discover. All teams start at different locations throughout Stuttgart. The rules are simple: The team with the most solved challenges wins.
Exclusive Stuttgart Citytour
Discover Stuttgarts most significant sights and let the audio guide tell you about all kinds of noteworthy and entertaining things throughout Baden-Württembergs vibrant capital.
Markthalle Stuttgart - A Gourmets Paradise
For anyone looking for exotic delights and exclusive delicacies from all over the world there is no getting around a trip to the Markthalle. Though Stuttgarts Gourmet Paradiese doesn't just offer you tasty treats and international foods - amazing stories and unusual insights make this unique building especially interesting.