A Day in Stuttgart, Germany

After exploring Esslingen Am Neckar, we decided to visit the capital of southwest Germany’s Baden-Württemberg state, Stuttgart. We roam around the city on foot, and to be honest, we haven’t had a chance to visit more places since we only have a limited time before we took our flight back home. So here are the places that we visited:

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Schlossplatz

The Schlossplatz is the largest square in Stuttgart and the center point of the city surrounded by buildings, restaurants, museums, etc. In this square you will also find the Neues Schloss or New Palace. On its opposite side, you will find the Königstrasse – a long shopping district. If you are a shopaholic, you will enjoy this street.

We spent more of our time here, chillin’ by the bermuda grass along with other people, having a little taste of the sun.

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Schillerplatz and Stiftskirche

Schillerplatz is the old city center of Stuttgart, where you can find the Stiftskirche – an inner city church in Stuttgart.

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Altes Schloss and Landesmuseum

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Feuerseeplatz

This is where you can see the old beautiful cathedral, Johanniterkirche (St. John’s Church) half surrounded by the Feuersee lake.

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Stadtbibliothek

The public library in Stuttgart. Now this place is heavenly, especially for book lovers, as they have a variety of books to choose from and it’s extremely beautiful and impressive. I could spend my whole day just sitting around with a book in my hand. Visiting the library is absolutely FREE, so you can enjoy it as much as you want!

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We have still missed a lot of places to visit, but we’ll reserve it for next time!

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