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Nice hotel with free parking and a good restaurant right in the same building. A buffet breakfast was included in the price. You need a car to get to the sights, because the town is not that exciting. If you have a room that faces the street, you might find it noisy because the street is used by ...
Stuttgart is home to a number of lively casinos, with a cluster in the city centre and more in the surrounding districts. Wherever you choose to stay in Stuttgart, there is a choice of hotels to suit your budget, and a Metro stop close at hand to whisk you to your gaming table.
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Stuttgart is a sport-friendly city with lots for fans to visit, get involved in and place a bet or two. Head to NeckarPark to the Mercedes-Benz Museum to watch the Bundesliga side VfB Stuttgart in action, or to take a guided tour of the stadium. And step next door to the Porsche Arena, with its packed sporting calendar, including the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix, a regular on the WTA Tour calendar. If you want to make a splash, check out any of the boat, sail and kayak clubs along the Neckar River, or if you like climbing, Stuttgart has a number of climb and bouldering centres with routes for all abilities.
Stuttgart has restaurants that appeal both to the international palate as well as the more adventurous diner who enjoys sampling local dishes. Give the Swabian specialties a try: Maultaschen is a ravioli with a meat and herb filling; Spätzle are ‘little sparrows’ of egg noodles; and Gaisburger Marsch is a hearty stew of Spätzle, ox meat and potatoes. Sip on the local wines too, for the Baden-Württemberg region is notable for its red Trollinger grape and the pinot noir Spätburgunder variety. Make a beeline for the central Rathaus district, home to eateries catering to all culinary tastes, as well as a buzzing nightclub scene.