Walking route in Stuttgart

Visit Stuttgart's top attractions in this 3.1 hours itinerary. Markthalle, Hans-im-Glück-Brunnen, Rathaus Paternoster and all other sights were never that easy to visit in this well planned 3.1 hours Stuttgart itinerary.

Route type Route distance Route time
Walking 12.3 km 3.1 hours

Key attractions

Route itinerary

  1. Walk 150 m / 2 minutes
  2. Walk 210 m / 3 minutes

    Kunstmuseum Museum

    The Kunstmuseum Stuttgart is a contemporary and modern art museum in Stuttgart, Germany, built and opened in 2005. == Description == The cubic museum building with 5000 m² of display space was designed by Berlin architects Hascher and Jehle. During the day it looks like a glass cube, and at nights the interior lighted limestone walls become visible. === Collection === The Kunstmuseum Stuttgart museum's collection comes from the previous "Galerie der Stadt Stuttgart". The city's collection goes back to a gift from the Marchese Silvio della Valle di Casanova in 1924.

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  3. Walk 190 m / 2 minutes
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    Altes Schloss Castle

    The Old Castle (German: Altes Schloss) is a former castle located on the Schillerplatz in Stuttgart, Germany. The castle, originally a Wasserburg dating back to the 10th Century, was the residence of the Counts and later some Dukes of Württemberg and today is the home of the Landesmuseum Württemberg. The castle church (German: Schloßkirche) still functions as a place of worship. == History == In the year 950 CE, a castle was completed on the grounds of the Old Castle to protect the mare garden. In the 14th century, it was the home of the Counts of Württemberg and their Court Chamber.

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  7. Walk 130 m / 1 minute
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    Neues Schloss Castle

    The New Palace (German: Neues Schloss) is an 18th-century Baroque palace and is one of the last large city palaces built in Southern Germany. The palace is located in the center of Stuttgart on the Schlossplatz in front of the Jubiläumssäule column and Konigsbau. Public tours of the building are only permitted by special arrangement, as the building contains some government offices. Once a historic residence of the Kings of Württemberg, the New Palace derives its name from its commissioning by Duke Carl Eugen of Württemberg to replace the Old Castle in the early years of his reign. Originally, Charles commissioned Nikolaus Friedrich Thouret, but architects Leopold Retti, Philippe da la Guepière, Reinhard Heinrich Ferdinand Fischer would contribute to the design, history, and construction of the palace.

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  9. Walk 760 m / 11 minutes
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    Staatsgalerie Museum

    The Staatsgalerie Stuttgart (State Gallery) is an art museum in Stuttgart, Germany, it opened in 1843. In 1984, the opening of the Neue Staatsgalerie (New State Gallery) designed by James Stirling transformed the once provincial gallery into one of Europe's leading museums. == Alte Staatsgalerie == Originally, the classicist building of the Alte Staatsgalerie was also the home of the Royal Art School. The building was built in 1843. After being severely damaged in World War II, it was rebuilt in 1945-1947 and reopened in 1948.

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  13. Walk 510 m / 7 minutes
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    Kriegsbergturm Viewpoint

    The Kriegsberg Tower in the city of Stuttgart (Germany) is an observation tower. It was built 1894/95 by architect Weigle for the Stuttgart adornment association. Its elevation is 353 meters (Kriegsberg).

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  15. Walk 2.9 km / 43 minutes
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    Hegelhaus Museum

    The Hegel House (German: Hegelhaus) is a museum in Stuttgart, Germany, located in the house where the philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel was born. Born in 1770, Hegel lived in Stuttgart for the first 18 years of his life; he died in Berlin in 1831. The Hegel House is on Eberhardstraße, and dates from the 16th century. The ground floor contains an exhibition about Stuttgart during Hegel's lifetime. Another exhibition is devoted to Hegel's life story, and includes his famous beret and his Stammbuch (an early form of friendship book).

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  22. Walk 130 m / 1 minute
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  24. Walk 340 m / 5 minutes

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