Hi guys! Have you ever been to Weissenhofmuseum in Stuttgart? I know, we have many famous museum in town and visiting Staatsgalerie, Porsche-, Mercedes-Benz- or Schweinemuseum might be higher one ones bucket list just because they are better know. But Weissenhofmuseum is a very special place and truly a gem you don’t want to miss! And here’s why:
Hi guys! As a new heat wave is underway, I would like to share a fun piece of information with you quickly: If it’s 25 degrees Celsius or higher, you can profit from free entry to Landesmuseum Württemberg in Stuttgart!
Hi guys! Even though “living in Stuttgart” isn’t a blog for tourists but for you guys who live in this beautiful city already, I thought a post about a half-day-trip through the city center of Stuttgart might come in handy when friends and family come visiting you. So here are my personal highlights, all combined in one fun Stuttgart city center walking tour.
Hi guys! This weekend, my sister-in-law came to see us with her family. After visiting the Märchengarten in Ludwigsburg (for more information about this place, check out my post from 2013) and the Eselsmühle (to learn more, check out my post from 2015) they had one more “must do” on their list: the famous TV-Tower Stuttgart.
Today, we took the U-Bahn to Ruhbank and walked the few meters to the entrance of TV-Tower Stuttgart.
Hi guys! A little while ago, I discovered the most creative guesthouse in Stuttgart I’ve ever seen. I was planning a hen’s night for my friend Gaelle and needed a room for her and one of her friends. I was checking the big hotel websites but I wanted something special for this special occasion. Then a friend recommended the “Kunstpension” (which translates into “Guesthouse of Art”), run by Anna Ohno to me and when I had a look at their website, I knew I had found what I was looking for!
Hi guys! Moritz and I are exploring more and more fun things along the Neckar these days. Today, we found the last standing ruins of a castle in Stuttgart within the city boarders: Burgruine Hofen!
“In the beginning I looked around but couldn’t find the car I dreamt of, so I decided to build it myself.”
Most people think of cars when they think of Stuttgart. One of the famous brands that originates from Stuttgart is Porsche. Its logo even carries the Stuttgarter Rössle (Stuttgart Pracing Horse) in its center: