Private jet charter and flights to Stuttgart
Known as an industrial metropolis – car giants Mercedes-Benz and Porsche are headquartered here – Stuttgart surprises with its beautiful architecture, fun-packed festivals and picturesque green spaces. A sophisticated, modern city with a distinctly small-town vibe, the Baden-Württemberg state capital is well worth a visit, either on a dedicated city break or as part of a wider tour of the region. Get a fast quote with Air Charter Service and, charter a private jet today.
Stuttgart residents are known for their love of fast cars and petrol-head visitors will be in their element at two of the world’s best automobile museums, which showcase historic and modern Mercedes-Benz and Porsche models. Other fine museums include the Landesmuseum Württemberg, where you can admire a glittering display of royal jewellery, and the Museum Frieder Burda with its 1,000-plus collection of artwork. Stuttgart also boasts a thriving performing arts scene, with world-class ballet, opera and live music venues ready to entertain visitors every evening.
There’s plenty to do here besides exploring museums. Shop till you drop in the Königstrasse’s luxury department stores or explore the historic buildings of the charming Schillerplatz square. Take a selfie among the books at the stunning public library – one of the world’s most Instagrammable libraries – and book a trip up to the towering TV Tower for spectacular views over the city and its rural surroundings. Night owls can enjoy evening drinks and dancing in trendy Stuttgart-West’s many bars and nightclubs.
As in most European cities, life in Stuttgart revolves around good food and fine wine. Foodies are spoilt for choice, from swanky Michelin-star restaurants to traditional Swabian eateries serving up hearty regional specialities like maultaschen (pasta filled with meat and spinach), spätzle (an egg noodle side dish) and zwiebelrostbraten (roast beef with onions). For a true sense of the local spirit, relax in a beer garden, peruse fresh produce at bustling farmers’ markets and feast on street food at a fun-packed festival such as Germany’s second-biggest Oktoberfest.
During the summer months, Stuttgart’s locals flock to leafy green spaces like Schlossgarten, Rosenstein Park and Killesberg Park which ensconce the city centre. Active types can venture further afield to hike and bike along hillsides dotted with vineyards and rustic wine bars. For the ultimate outdoor adventure, head for the Swabian Alps’ mountaintop castles or the Black Forest’s fairytale wooded landscapes. The city is also famous for its natural hot springs – visit the excellent mineral spas of the Bad Canstatt district or escape to a remoter hillside holistic treatment centre for some uninterrupted R&R.