An unique way for shopping
The historic market of Stuttgart is not only an architectural jewel whose fame transcends the borders of the city, the heavy doors of the magnificent modernist building give access to culinary pleasures of innumerable delicacies from all corners of the world, which are put on sale for a attractive mode. A true paradise for people of refined taste, visitors can appreciate the unique charm of this luminous historic building. A walk around the pavilion, to look, smell and taste, is almost as good as a short holiday in the southern countryside
A culinary journey
Germany has no shortage of markets, it would be difficult to find one in which the wonderful fruit, colorful vegetables or local and international specialties of cheese, sausages, fish and meat are presented in an environment that can be combined with the style of the market hall of Stuttgart.
But also on the second floor of the market you find a large bazaar with a large number of products of all kinds for the home, unique curiosities in the city, from ornaments, crafts, books, kitchen utensils, appliances, carpets, fabrics, furniture and even flowers, in addition to a boutique section with seasonal clothing by exclusive designers, finally restaurants and coffee shops,
In the imposing and modern art nouveau that is built in the heart of the city, you will not find anything but the best. A visit to it is a feast for the eyes, nose and palate, and a must for lovers of gastronomy and historical architecture.
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What to see in this destination?
In the market you will find a wide variety of culinary specialties, from fresh fruit to species from different parts of the world, variety of locally processed seafood and sausages, and also a variety of restaurants and coffee shops.
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tel 49 0 711/4804 10
monday to sundays 7 30 to 18 30
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