Check out the local area in Pforzheim—home to attractions like Pforzheim Schmuckwelten and Reuchlinhaus.
Museums, Theatres and Theme Parks
Appreciate the power, technology and aesthetic qualities of Porsche’s renowned racing and sports cars, with more than 80 vehicles on display at this museum.
Discover thousands of exotic animals and plant species at this zoological and botanical garden located in the grounds of a former royal retreat.
Framed by historical buildings, scattered with monuments and home to open-air concerts, this central square is one of the city’s favorite social gathering places.
Tour a 16th-century public square and visit its renovated ancient structures including a castle, church and a gothic building.
Admire the Baroque architecture of this 18th-century royal palace, peek inside its opulent rooms and then relax on the grassy lawns of its garden square.
Visit an ancient castle to learn about the history of the region. See Stone Age relics, crown jewels of nobility and part of a Roman soldier’s ceremonial uniform.
Enjoy the Stuttgart Region all inclusive The StuttCard offers the following services with 52 partners for the duration 24,48 or 72 hours.
The Stuttgart Citytour takes you through Stuttgarts city centre in the direction of the river Neckar and the Wilhelma Zoological and Botanical Gardens.
The fascinating Merkur mountain is 668m high and can be reached by the steepest and longest funicular railways of Europe. During the 5 minute ride with an incline between 23 and 54 percent, you will be able to enjoy the natural beauty of the Merkur mountain.
Stroll through Stuttgart with a guide and let them take you through 1000 of years of the city's history. Besides exciting historical facts, entertaining anecdotes and secret hints, your guide will show you the major landmarks and hidden corners of the charming Swabian metropolis.
Mummelsee, a beautiful lake in the heart of the Black Forest, is mesmerizes you with unique insights of untouched nature. While there, you can admire a beautiful view and learn something about the lake’s history.
This tour takes you from Baden-Baden to the Kinzig Valley to visit the tranquility and quaint half-timbered houses and then to the famous Dorotheenhütte glass factory in Wolfach! During a tour through the museum, you can also look over the shoulders of the glass blowers.