Romantic Hotels in Stuttgart
Germany loves a romantic hotel, and Stuttgart is no different. From the romantic Baroque architecture built by the Dukes of Wurttemberg and the rambling squares around them to the rolling hills and verdant valleys in the Stuttgart countryside, and the picturesque allure of the forests and castles of the Baden-Wurttemberg region, Stuttgart is a wonderful place for a romantic getaway.
Step into Stuttgart’s Fairytale
Stuttgart’s palaces, parks and historic attractions can feel like fairytales come true. Visit the grand Old Castle for a dose of Game of Thrones grandeur, then head to the neighbouring New Palace with its extravagant chambers and apartments. For more Baroque beauty, take a trip north to the regal Ludwigsburg Palace, with its model town and splendidly sweeping gardens, lakes and hunting lodges. Stuttgart’s central Green U of parks is great for a romantic picnic – tune out of the hustle and bustle, tune in to the wind, woods and water, then take a stroll with a romantic stop in one of the parks’ inviting cafes and beer-houses.
Stuttgart’s Seasonal Colours
Whatever time of year you visit, Stuttgart’s scenery is the perfect backdrop for a romantic snapshot or two. The city’s many parks and green acres are a riot of flowers in the spring, and summer brings out the best of Stuttgart’s castles, palaces and historic plazas. Spring and autumn herald the beer festivals, and a great chance to raise a stein of Swabia’s best brew, or lift a glass of the region’s excellent wine. A particularly romantic day includes a visit to the beautiful Museum of Viniculture in Uhlbach, with its vaulted wooden ceiling. See how 2,000 years of winemaking has resulted in the award-winning wines you can taste today. Visit in June to catch a three-mile wine walk before settling in for a romantic meal together, sampling the regional specialties of Spätzle egg noodles and Maultaschen ravioli. Winter means the world-renowned German Christmas markets, covered in snow, and an ideal time to view the Swabian countryside. Visit the wintry wonderland of the Black Forest, and make time for the miniature Gothic Lichtenstein Castle.