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! Marienplatz has been a hot spot for quite some time but have you noticed that more and more cool bars and cafés are moving to Tübinger Strasse, leading from the shopping mall Das Gerber to Marienplatz? The new kid on the block is the bar Sattlerei.
Hi guys! In today’s Expat Interview Christian from The English Tearoom shares his experiences with us. He and his wife Lynn moved from London via Greece to Stuttgart thirteen years ago. In the interview he tells us what he loves about our city, how he managed to learn German and why he won’t be an expat for much longer!
Hi guys! You might have heard about the Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) already and that it is a biiiig thing in Germany. If you want to understand this event and get the most fun out of it as possible on May 13, too, you should check out my little guide about celebrating the Eurovision Song Contest in Germany in today’s post!
Hi guys! We survived the crazy weather in April, hurray! Now let’s make the most of May 2017, shall we? Here are my favorite things to do this May in Stuttgart:
Hi guys! Today I would like to introduce you to a cafe, that is beloved by the locals but still a hidden gem to most visitors: Café KönigX in the middle of Bohnenviertel in the city center.
Hi guys! In todays Expat Interview I would like to introduce you to a great girl I met recently at My Stuttgart language exchange. Ahd grew up in Damascus. She had experienced the war in Syria but managed to get out finally. She lives in Stuttgart now and works as a volunteer for the organization “The Global Experience”. But let’s hear her story from herself: