Visitors must take a walk through the wonderful streets of Stuttgart to enjoy the beautiful landscape, buildings of different architecture styles, huge squares and renowned castles. It is a great place to explore and a fabulous way to get to know the city. The Palace Square is located in the center of the city and is connected to a beautiful park and a popular shopping area. The square is home to the last Baroque castle built in Germany, the New Palace and is a well known spot for tourists and locals alike.
Stuttgart is an important center of the automobile industry. The Mercedes-Benz Museum is a must-visit for car enthusiasts. Visitors will get a glimpse of the 125 year history of cars as well as rare automobiles. Another must-see is the Porsche Museum, also located in Stuttgart; visitors are treated to displays of a large selection of popular cars.
Wilhelma, Europe's only large combined zoological and botanical garden, was built as a royal palace. It is home to over 8,000 animals as well as more than 5,000 species of plants. The zoo is renowned for housing families of bonobos, chimpanzees, orangutans, and gorillas. The zoo is also popular for its landscaping features and architecture and is a must visit for families.
There are a lot of shopping opportunities in Stuttgart. Königstraße is the main shopping street in Stuttgart. Tourists can also visit the many other mails, boutiques, arcades and self dedicated shopping streets, around the city.
The International Airport in Stuttgart is the Stuttgart Airport. It is located approximately 13 km south of Stuttgart. It is the main airport of the state Baden-Württemberg and is easily accessible by rail, busy and car.
There are a few Halal Restaurants like Halal Kebap-Haus that Muslim tourists can dine in. Muslim visitors can also find out more about Halal dining areas from the hotel reception desk or from the local mosque.
There are quite a few mosques in Stuttgart; such as Masjid Umer Bin Alkhattab, Bosnischer Masjid Masjid AlUmmatul Wahida and Qendra Islame Shqiptare.