Free Walking Tour Stuttgart

free walking tour stuttgart

Free Walking Tour Stuttgart shows you the largest city of the German state of Baden-Württemberg, Stuttgart. This city is located in the Swabian Jura, on the banks of the Neckar River, and is known for its automotive industry, as it is the home of both Mercedes-Benz and Porsche. The city also has a rich cultural heritage, with many museums and theaters, as well as a number of parks and gardens. Stuttgart is also a wine-producing region and is home to several vineyards and wine festivals.

General information

Meeting point

Meet your guide at Stuttgart main train station

Start times: 11:00 hrs / 16:00 hrs

Duration: 2 hours

Language: English

Price: Tip only basis

Important

We are currently looking for tour guides. If you are interested please contact us to the WhatsApp number +49 178 3100358

Free Walking Tour Stuttgart – Highlights

Explore Stuttgart’s city center with a local guide

Discover interesting historical facts about the city

Get amazing recommendations for restaurants and bars

Free Walking Tour Stuttgart – Itinerary

Meet at the Stuttgart Main Train Station: The tour will start at the main train station, where you will be greeted by your guide. From there, we will begin our journey through the city center.

Explore the Konigstrasse shopping street: The first stop of the tour will be the Konigstrasse shopping street, where you will have the opportunity to see some of the city’s most famous shops, cafes, and restaurants. This is a great opportunity to get a feel for the city and see some of its most famous landmarks.

Read more...

Visit the Stiftskirche: The Stiftskirche is one of the oldest churches in Stuttgart and it has a beautiful Baroque interior. The church is also home to many works of art and it is a great place to learn more about the city’s religious history.

See the Old Town Hall: The Old Town Hall is a beautiful building that dates back to the 16th century, it is a great example of Renaissance architecture and it features beautiful courtyards, gardens and a chapel.

Explore the Marktplatz: Marktplatz is the main square in the city center and it is surrounded by many historical buildings and monuments. This is a great place to see some of the city’s most famous landmarks and to learn more about the city’s history.

Take a break for lunch: During the tour, you will have the opportunity to take a break for lunch (not included in the tour) at one of the many local restaurants and cafes.

Visit the State Gallery: The State Gallery is one of the most important art museums in Stuttgart and it features a large collection of paintings, sculptures, and other works of art from all over the world.

See the Oper Stuttgart: The Oper Stuttgart is one of the most important opera houses in Germany and it is home to the Stuttgart State Opera. The building is a great example of Art Nouveau architecture and it features beautiful courtyards and gardens.

End the tour at the Schlossplatz: The tour will end at the Schlossplatz, which is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Stuttgart. The Schlossplatz is a beautiful square that is surrounded by many historical buildings and monuments, it is a great place to spend some time and to take some beautiful photos of the city.

Frequent asked questions

What is the minimum number of participants for the Free Walking Tour in Stuttgart?

The minimum number of participants is 2 people.

What is the maximum number of participants this tour will host?

This tour will host a maximum of 15 participants

Can this free tour be done for one single group?

If you want a tour for only your group, please request a quotation for a private tour.

Can my children participate in this walking tour?

Of course, in Free Tour Stuttgart everyone is welcome.

Do we see all the places listed in the itinerary?

The itinerary of this tour may change sometimes.

What should you bring?

Check the weather on the day of the tour to make sure you bring and umbrella in case is raining. Bring comfortable shoes, cash and a big smile 🙂

Book this tour now