The Places with the best view of the city
Stuttgart is a very special city within Germany for its topography very different from most of the city, being located in a valley surrounded by beautiful hills adorned by vineyards, makes it a great place to walk and find views of the mixed landscapes between urban and nature, Stuttgart is also one of the greenest cities in Germany, full of parks and protected areas. Here we make a small compilation of places where you can appreciate the best views of the city.
The Tower of the Central Station of Stuttgart
The central station has a tower where the emblematic clock is and at the top of the Mercedes Benz car brand, this tower is open to the public and is totally free, at present it is there when you upload a small exhibition of the new construction in development of the central station that is planned to be completed in 2023
The mother of all the towers, Fernsehntum
This is the television tower of Stuttgart, of great importance at world level since it was the first tower designed of this style in the world, in the tower both above and below there are restaurants, access to the top of the tower has a cost additional. And the tower is located in a protected area and sports park Waldau, a highly recommended visit.
Between the ditricts of Stuttgart Sud and Stuttart West is the Karlshohe park, a ridge adorned with vineyards, gardens and public trails.
From the top, you can enjoy magnificent views of the city center. Between 1889 and 1896, and the association dedicated to improving the appearance of the city established a public park on top of the Karshohe. And the park on the north and south faces was created especially for the Federal Horticultural Hall of 1961. On Sundays, Monday. Sundays from 11 a.m. until midnight.
Santiago Square of Chile
This small square is not far behind with one of the most spectacular views, the square is between the ZahnradBahn route that goes from Marienplatz to the Degerloch district in the Haigst station, a walk that is worth taking as the views of the route They are quite pleasant.
Killesberg Park Tower
Killesbergpark Tower - an amazing 42 meters high steel cable structure with four viewing platforms and two sets of interwined stairs - forms a visible link with the other towers and views of Stuttgart. It is an important brand on the route from the city to the forest, to the countryside and back to the city. Many paths and trails begin and end in the tower.
At 511 meters, the Birkenkopf in Stuttgart is one of the highest points of the city. The small mountain was artificially made after the Second World War, as the debris rubble was deposited on the hill, more than 40 yards from Mount Scherbelino (Mount Shard)
The hike to the top of the mountain from the west side is a bit steep but rewarding.
Teehaus at Weisenburgpark
The tea house is Weissenburgpark is well worth a visit to the pavilion is art nouveau alone, which held centennial whole in 2013. Located next to the park's official point of view, this elegant boasts exquisitely establichment of view that they look towards the valley of Stuttgart. The Kitchen serves pastries, snacks, Swabian and international dishes, and can organize banquets and buffets.
Contact Teehaus, Hohenheimer Strasse 119, 70184 Stuttgart Phone 49 (0) 711/236 73 60
Opening hours from March to November every day from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., at the end of the season it opens on Saturdays and Sundays with good weather
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