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Business Class Flights To Stuttgart

Fast cars and world-class restaurants collide with rustic wineries and down-to-earth friendliness in the German city of Stuttgart. Sitting near the Neckar River and resting in what is popularly known as the Stuttgart Cauldron, Stuttgart is the sixth largest city of the country. When you travel on business class flights to Stuttgart, you will arrive at this captivating city in style feeling in tip-top shape after flying with so much legroom and spacious seating. You’ll be ready to continue a luxurious adventure full of delicious gourmet food and drink, the best customer service and every convenience you could ever need.

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Stuttgart Airport and Business Class Lounge

The Stuttgart International Airport is the sixth busiest airport in Germany and is located 8.1 miles south of the city center. The Messe Stuttgart - Germany’s ninth biggest exhibition facility - is located adjacent to the airport. Those who travel on business class flights to Stuttgart will love the exclusive atmosphere of the airport’s business class lounges. These elite lounges offer tranquility and peace from the hustle-and-bustle of the main airport, and are fully equipped with delicious and sustaining snacks, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and lots of room to stretch out, whether you are traveling for work or for pleasure.


Things To Do In Stuttgart

Although Stuttgart was badly damaged during World War II, there are still many beautiful historical buildings for visitors to see. In just a short time, one can walk around the city center and enjoy its impressive squares, castles and various architectural styles. Right in the heart of the city is Schlossplatz (Castle Place), which also has a beautiful Castle Garden in the back, as well as the Opera and Ballet. The Altes Schloss, Stiftsfruchtkasten, Alte Kanzlei, Prinzenbau and Neues Schloss are just a handful of examples of other fine buildings to be found in the area. The Marktplatz, Karlsplatz, and Schillerplatz are also good historic places to visit.

When you arrive on business class flights to Stuttgart, you might want to head for the Ferneshturm Stuttgart, the world’s first TV tower. Take a ride to the top of the tower and enjoy the café found there, while taking in a wonderful view of the city. Other great scenic outlooks include Haptbahnhof, which is free to visit, and Weissenburgpark Hill, which has a beautiful view complete with a beer garden. Consider taking a walk on Das Grüne U (The Green ‘U’), a system of parks that forms a U-shape around the city center, starting at the Schlossgarten near the Neues Schloss (New Castle) and ending in Killesberg Park. The entire walk takes about 2 hours at a leisurely pace, and there are many beer gardens and restaurants to stop at along the way.

Stuttgart is famous for being the headquarters of both Porsche and Mercedes-Benz, and both companies have car museums. Other museums include the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, which features many old German, Italian, and Dutch masterpieces, while its sister gallery the Neue Staatsgalerie, which features controversial architecture by James Stirling, includes 20th-century modern works by artists such as Picasso, Oskar Schlemmer, Joan Miró, and Joseph Beuys. Also notable are the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart, Württembergisches Landesmuseum, Musikinstrumentenmuseum, and the Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde Stuttgart. The Wilhelma Zoo and its botanical gardens are highly recommended for families, with over 10,000 animals and exotic plants.

If you’re interested in making a day trip outside of Stuttgart, there are a lot of wonderful options. Drive an hour south and you can find the beautiful old village of Triberg, situated in the heart of the Schwarzwald (Black Forest), which is known for cuckoo and grandfather clocks. Schwäbische Alb is a gorgeous region that includes waterfalls, ancient ruins, and lush valleys in addition to an excellent hiking trail network and mountain bike tours. For wine enthusiasts, the Stuttgart Wine Trail is a must, offering a convenient circuit through the wine villages and vineyards just outside of the city.

Back in the city, the main shopping street is found on Königstraße and its surrounding streets, such as Eberhardstrasse, Stiftstrasse, and Calwer Strasse. Here you can find top quality, elegant shops and boutiques. Absites, Breuninger, The Loft, Milaneo Stuttgart, and Das Gerber, are also all great destinations for shopaholics. For some nice souvenirs to take home, try bittersüß, Objecz, Super JuJu, and Nanu-Nana.

When you’re ready to sit down for a meal, dig into some hearty Swabian food of the region, such as Spätzle, Maultaschen, Schupfnudeln, Flädle, and Wurstsalat. Close off your meal with delectable deserts such as Ofenschlupfer (bread pudding), Kirschenplotzer (bread pudding with cherries), and Nun’s puffs. Restaurants such as Ochs’n’Willi, Weinstube Fröhlich, and Weinhaus Stetter serve up generous, no-nonsense portions of these local favorites.


Getting Around Stuttgart

Stuttgart has a very good public transit system provided by the Stadtbahn (U-Bahn) and S-Bahn. One ticket can be used for any combination of buses, trams, and trains that make up the system. From Sunday through Wednesday, the system stops at 1:00 am. Thursday through Saturday, there are buses that run all night. If you are staying for more than one day after taking business class flights to Stuttgart, consider purchasing a 3-day pass that allows unlimited travel around the city. Walking is a great way to see the city center, and it takes only about 25 minutes to traverse the city center from one end to the other. Biking is risky in the inner city because it is very hilly, there is a lot of car traffic, and there are not a lot of bike-dedicated lanes. If you intend to bike outside of the main city, however, it is infinitely more pleasant. If you are driving around Stuttgart downtown, the only parking option is the parking blocks, some of which close at night - at which point your parked car will be stuck. Taxis are expensive, but may be your only option at night after transit has stopped. Sharing a taxi with multiple people is a good way of getting a better deal.

Whether you are traveling for business or for pleasure, business class flights to Stuttgart are the best way to visit this charming and friendly city. Treat yourself to extra legroom and spacious seats on your plane and pass the time easily and comfortably with the multitude of entertainment and hospitality options. Kick back in the airport lounge and prepare yourself for the next phase of your trip, or take the opportunity for a moment of solitude to get some work done. Whatever you choose, you will be guaranteed the trip of a lifetime and you will want to return to this amazing destination again and again.

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