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Modernes & gemütliches Zimmer mit Terrasse direkt im Zentrum Stuttgarts. Alles was man braucht ( Bars / Restaurants / Einkaufsläden/ U-Bahn und S-Bahn) ist in nächster Umgebung. Modern & cozy room with terrace direct in the heart of the citycenter. Everything (Bars / Restaurants / Shops / Underground) is reachable within 2 min.
Super moderne Wohnung mitten im Zentrum Stuttgarts. Das Wohnzimmer genauso wie die Küche und die große Terrasse können mitbenutzt werden.
Hier gibts wirklich alles! Ein großes Einkaufszentrum genauso wie die Haupteinkaufsstraße und unzählige Restaurants und Bars sowie S-Bahn und U-Bahn sind in direkter Umgebung. Mit den öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln kommt man durch die ganze Stadt und der Hauptbahnhof ist damit auch in nur 5 Minuten erreichbar.
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Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

In the middle of the city centre at the "Hans im Glück" fountain you will experience Stuttgart at on of the most beautiful places above the roofs of the city. DREAMING "in the heart of stuttgart": - ca. 35 sq.m. studio in a comfortable colonial style and balcony.
Dear guests, welcome to Stuttgart! DREAMING "in the heart of stuttgart": In the middle of downtown Stuttgart you will experience the city at one of the most beautiful places over the roofs of the city. Here is the approx. 35 square meter large apartment with balcony. It is furnished in a comfortable colonial style with parquet. The bathroom has a shower cabinet, a toilet and is equipped with hand and bath-towels and a hair dryer. The dwelling has TV and Internet. The kitchen is equipped with refrigerator, stove, glasses, cutlery, table-ware, agitating equipment, toaster, water heater, mess kit, and a coffee-machine. For desires, questions or anything else always turn yourself to the host Sebastian Schäffler. • The earliest check-in is possible from 01:00 pm and you can all check-in by yourself whenever you want on the journey day. • The latest possible check-out is at 11:00 am • The cleaning -inclusive towels and bedlinen exchange- is in the price included. Withe the stay of more than a week the cleaning happens once a week. In case of extreme contamination and/or destruction we will use a recalculation. • The dwelling is in the middle of the city. It has directly around the building restaurants, bars, Banks, pharmacies, and the main shopping street of Stuttgart. Of course the noise level from time to time is just like it is in the city center and is not characterised by a rural place. TRAFFIC ROUTES: •3 MINUTES TO foot TO the KÖNIGSSTRASSE (main shopping street) •1 MINUTE TO foot TO UNDERGROUND/COURSE/TAXI CONDITIONS •1 MINUTE TO foot TO VARIOUS MULTI-STOREY CAR PARKS •10 MINUTES TO the MOTORWAY A81 TOWARD HEILBRONN KARLSRUHE FRANKFURT AND MUNICH - SINGING - ZURICH FOR EMERGENCIES: • For POLICE call 110 • For FIRE-BRIGADE call 112 HOSPITALS FOR ACCIDENT CASES: • BÜRGERHOSPITAL • KATHARINENHOSPITAL • OLGAHOSPITAL WE WISH YOU A BEAUTIFUL STAY!!!
Quarter around the "Hans-im-Glück-Brunnen" Geissstrasse 13, Stuttgart A trendy district in Stuttgart's Old Town: Away from the Königstraße, the area around the Hans-in-Glück fountain has developed into a popular nightlife district in recent years. Whether for breakfast under the palm trees, lunch in the sun or parties until early in the morning - especially in summer, the charming place with a southern flair! The attitude to life: Dolce Vita. The sound: street musicians, laughter and scraps of music. The mood: unique! In May 1909, exactly 100 years ago, the quarter around the Hans-im-Glück-Brunnen was inaugurated in the Stuttgart city center after three years of renovation. This was preceded by extensive reconstruction work, during which dozens of houses had been demolished and replaced by new ones. After the oldest parts of Stuttgart's Old Town developed into a neglected district with unhygienic apartments, low light and air supply as well as a high risk of fire and epidemic in the course of the 19th century, a "new" old town was created on the initiative of the banker and social reformer Eduard Pfeiffer at Geiß-, Stein- and Eberhardstraße. Pfeiffer pursued the goal of making residential and shopping, commerce and traffic in the city center attractive again. The new buildings created a homely ambience on winding streets with high gables and arcades, fountains, oriels and figureheads. The more than 30, very varied designed buildings showed different roof shapes and facade details and were decorated with fairytale motifs, animal figures and façade paintings. No two houses resembled another, yet they harmonized with each other. Despite many changes, the appeal of the neighborhood has been preserved to this day. The square at the Hans-im-Glück-Brunnen was created in this form 100 years ago. How did it actually happen that the square still looks like a medieval dollhouse? Fairy-tale characters adorn gables, roofs and the fountain in the middle of the square. The houses stand modestly next to each other, none stands out, none destroys the harmony of the neighborhood. When the inner city quarter was completely renovated at the time, the city planners staged an ideal world of the bourgeoisie. Nowhere are more restaurants and bars crowded together than here: the award-winning ruben's stands for the special and the extraordinary The place has its own sound: its sound is woven of glasses, laughter, music and the clatter of heels crashing over the asphalt. Six bronze medallions show scenes from Grimm's fairy tale about Hans, who only found happiness when he lost all his possessions. Stuttgart, for example, is rich in charm and beauty on the square of the happy has-been. The fountain figure embodies a rugged peasant lad from the Fildern in a short jacket studded with silver buttons, which the artist encountered in the slaughterhouse. At the feet of the boy, a pig and six little ducks, who serve as gargoyles, cavort about. On the edge of the fountain bowl rises a grid-like wrought-iron enclosure with six bronze medallions, which tell the fairy tale of the same name in pictures. Above it is an ornate wrought-iron canopy, with a four-leaf clover rising from its top. On May 12, 1909, the Hans-in-Glück fountain was inaugurated as the crowning finale of the then Altstadtsanierung. The district of Stuttgart-Mitte is located at the bottom of the Stuttgart basin, whose edge is formed by the adjacent districts on a hillside. Center of the district and the entire state capital is the Königstraße, one of the longest pedestrianized shopping streets in Europe, along which most of the well-known department stores and shops are represented, as well as the Schlossplatz with the Kunstmuseum, the Königsbau and the Neues Schloss. In direct neighborhood is the Schillerplatz with the old castle and the collegiate church. Further southwards follows the market square with the town hall, the Tagblatt tower and, separated by the Hauptstätter Straße, the Leonhardskirche as well as the bean and the Heusteig quarters. East of the Schlossplatz, in the area of the Konrad-Adenauer-Straße and the Upper Schlossgarten, are the state parliament and the state theater as well as the Staatsgalerie, the Württembergische Landesbibliothek and the Wilhelmspalais on the other side of the street. The Konrad-Adenauer-Straße (B 14) carries two quite different "labels": on the one hand cultural mile, on the other city highway. On the western edge of the city center are the Hospital Quarter with the partially rebuilt Hospital Church (in the "New Suburb") and a number of cultural facilities. To name are the Liederhalle and the Linden Museum, in between the historic Hoppenlaufriedhof, then the Katharinenhospital and the banking district with the Friedrichsbau and the stock market. South of the Katharinenhospital on the Kriegsbergstraße there is a green area, the "Stadtgarten", there on the Schellingstraße and Keplerstraße lie parts of the university, the former technical college, especially three skyscrapers and the university library. Two of the skyscrapers are the Kollegiengebäude near the main station, the third is the Max Kade dormitory at the Liederhalle. The northern boundary of the district forms the Europaviertel, whose area until the 1980s occupied a freight yard. In the spring of 2002, work began on rebuilding the area. In the Europaviertel you will find the new location of the public library, which was previously located in the Wilhelmspalais, where a city museum is to be established.
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Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

In the middle of the city centre at the "Hans im Glück" fountain you will experience Stuttgart at on of the most beautiful places above the roofs of the city. Feel like home in "MIDDLE OF STUTTGART": - ca. 35 sq.m. apartement with romantic and modern interior.
Dear guests, welcome to Stuttgart! Feel like home in "MIDDLE OF STUTTGART": In the middle of downtown Stuttgart you will experience the city at one of the most beautiful places over the roofs of the city. Here is the approx. 40 square meter large apartment. It is furnished in a romantic and modern style. The bathroom has a shower cabinet, a toilet and is equipped with hand and bath-towels and a hair dryer. The dwelling has TV and Internet. The kitchen is equipped with refrigerator, stove, glasses, cutlery, table-ware, agitating equipment, toaster, water heater, mess kit, and a coffee-machine. For desires, questions or anything else always turn yourself to the host Sebastian Schäffler. • The earliest check-in is possible from 01:00 pm and you can all check-in by yourself whenever you want on the journey day. • The latest possible check-out is at 11:00 am • The cleaning -inclusive towels and bedlinen exchange- is in the price included. Withe the stay of more than a week the cleaning happens once a week. In case of extreme contamination and/or destruction we will use a recalculation. • The dwelling is in the middle of the city. It has directly around the building restaurants, bars, Banks, pharmacies, and the main shopping street of Stuttgart. Of course the noise level from time to time is just like it is in the city center and is not characterised by a rural place. TRAFFIC ROUTES: •3 MINUTES TO foot TO the KÖNIGSSTRASSE (main shopping street) •1 MINUTE TO foot TO UNDERGROUND/COURSE/TAXI CONDITIONS •1 MINUTE TO foot TO VARIOUS MULTI-STOREY CAR PARKS •10 MINUTES TO the MOTORWAY A81 TOWARD HEILBRONN KARLSRUHE FRANKFURT AND MUNICH - SINGING - ZURICH FOR EMERGENCIES: • For POLICE call 110 • For FIRE-BRIGADE call 112 HOSPITALS FOR ACCIDENT CASES: • BÜRGERHOSPITAL • KATHARINENHOSPITAL • OLGAHOSPITAL WE WISH YOU A BEAUTIFUL STAY!!!
Quarter around the "Hans-im-Glück-Brunnen" Geissstrasse 13, Stuttgart A trendy district in Stuttgart's Old Town: Away from the Königstraße, the area around the Hans-in-Glück fountain has developed into a popular nightlife district in recent years. Whether for breakfast under the palm trees, lunch in the sun or parties until early in the morning - especially in summer, the charming place with a southern flair! The attitude to life: Dolce Vita. The sound: street musicians, laughter and scraps of music. The mood: unique! In May 1909, exactly 100 years ago, the quarter around the Hans-im-Glück-Brunnen was inaugurated in the Stuttgart city center after three years of renovation. This was preceded by extensive reconstruction work, during which dozens of houses had been demolished and replaced by new ones. After the oldest parts of Stuttgart's Old Town developed into a neglected district with unhygienic apartments, low light and air supply as well as a high risk of fire and epidemic in the course of the 19th century, a "new" old town was created on the initiative of the banker and social reformer Eduard Pfeiffer at Geiß-, Stein- and Eberhardstraße. Pfeiffer pursued the goal of making residential and shopping, commerce and traffic in the city center attractive again. The new buildings created a homely ambience on winding streets with high gables and arcades, fountains, oriels and figureheads. The more than 30, very varied designed buildings showed different roof shapes and facade details and were decorated with fairytale motifs, animal figures and façade paintings. No two houses resembled another, yet they harmonized with each other. Despite many changes, the appeal of the neighborhood has been preserved to this day. The square at the Hans-im-Glück-Brunnen was created in this form 100 years ago. How did it actually happen that the square still looks like a medieval dollhouse? Fairy-tale characters adorn gables, roofs and the fountain in the middle of the square. The houses stand modestly next to each other, none stands out, none destroys the harmony of the neighborhood. When the inner city quarter was completely renovated at the time, the city planners staged an ideal world of the bourgeoisie. Nowhere are more restaurants and bars crowded together than here: the award-winning ruben's stands for the special and the extraordinary The place has its own sound: its sound is woven of glasses, laughter, music and the clatter of heels crashing over the asphalt. Six bronze medallions show scenes from Grimm's fairy tale about Hans, who only found happiness when he lost all his possessions. Stuttgart, for example, is rich in charm and beauty on the square of the happy has-been. The fountain figure embodies a rugged peasant lad from the Fildern in a short jacket studded with silver buttons, which the artist encountered in the slaughterhouse. At the feet of the boy, a pig and six little ducks, who serve as gargoyles, cavort about. On the edge of the fountain bowl rises a grid-like wrought-iron enclosure with six bronze medallions, which tell the fairy tale of the same name in pictures. Above it is an ornate wrought-iron canopy, with a four-leaf clover rising from its top. On May 12, 1909, the Hans-in-Glück fountain was inaugurated as the crowning finale of the then Altstadtsanierung. The district of Stuttgart-Mitte is located at the bottom of the Stuttgart basin, whose edge is formed by the adjacent districts on a hillside. Center of the district and the entire state capital is the Königstraße, one of the longest pedestrianized shopping streets in Europe, along which most of the well-known department stores and shops are represented, as well as the Schlossplatz with the Kunstmuseum, the Königsbau and the Neues Schloss. In direct neighborhood is the Schillerplatz with the old castle and the collegiate church. Further southwards follows the market square with the town hall, the Tagblatt tower and, separated by the Hauptstätter Straße, the Leonhardskirche as well as the bean and the Heusteig quarters. East of the Schlossplatz, in the area of the Konrad-Adenauer-Straße and the Upper Schlossgarten, are the state parliament and the state theater as well as the Staatsgalerie, the Württembergische Landesbibliothek and the Wilhelmspalais on the other side of the street. The Konrad-Adenauer-Straße (B 14) carries two quite different "labels": on the one hand cultural mile, on the other city highway. On the western edge of the city center are the Hospital Quarter with the partially rebuilt Hospital Church (in the "New Suburb") and a number of cultural facilities. To name are the Liederhalle and the Linden Museum, in between the historic Hoppenlaufriedhof, then the Katharinenhospital and the banking district with the Friedrichsbau and the stock market. South of the Katharinenhospital on the Kriegsbergstraße there is a green area, the "Stadtgarten", there on the Schellingstraße and Keplerstraße lie parts of the university, the former technical college, especially three skyscrapers and the university library. Two of the skyscrapers are the Kollegiengebäude near the main station, the third is the Max Kade dormitory at the Liederhalle. The northern boundary of the district forms the Europaviertel, whose area until the 1980s occupied a freight yard. In the spring of 2002, work began on rebuilding the area. In the Europaviertel you will find the new location of the public library, which was previously located in the Wilhelmspalais, where a city museum is to be established.
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Stuttgart, BW, Germany

Offer for intrepid minimalists: sleeping place in the Stuttgart City in the music studio, all within walking distance ! Angebot für unerschrockene minimalisten: Schlafplatz in der Stuttgarter City, im Musikstudio, alles zu Fuss erreichbar!
Ich reise selbst sehr gerne und schätze Unkompliziertheit überhaupt. Im mein Musikstudio möchte ich Leute die genauso sind und obendrauf (weil sehr jung oder alleinerziehende junge Frau mit baby unterwegs, oder alleinreisende Frau mit kleinem Budget usw...) die Möglichkeit geben, ohne viel Geld eine anständige Unterkunft zu haben, ohne sofort Pleite zu gehen... Frauen sehr herzlich willkommen!
Kunterbunte Nachbarschaft ! Unterschiedliche Herkünfte, unterschiedliche Generationen
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Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

The heritage-protected freshly renovated apartment is the most central residence in Stuttgart. On the ground floor there is a chic café with a delicious breakfast and evening menu. The neighbours are Holzapfel, Starbucks, Büffel & Bier or Ristorante Positano. From the large semicircular windows you can look directly at the strolling inhabitants and the friendly Paulaner beer garden. Since I travel a lot on business, I am happy to be able to share my great apartment!
Your room is furnished like an upscale hotel room. A marble desk, lighting control via smartphone, a bed, Rolf Benz leather couch, the most beautiful windows in Stuttgart, art and a serving trolley with vodka and yes, you can drink it empty. Far too expensive scented candles are waiting to be lit by you and the plants give you a pleasant home feeling.
Calwer Straße is decorated with hearty cafés, but you can also find hip bars like Holzapfel or two wine bars here. For occasional work on my laptop, I personally go to Starbucks or Holzapfel.
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Private room


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Apartment


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2


Bedrooms

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Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Nice and cozy room in a quiet area. Only 10 minutes walk to downtown.
We offer a 10sqm room with double bed (140x200), desk, dresser and small wardrobe. Our apartment is on the ground floor with a nice terrace. Bathroom and toilet is shared, the kitchen may be shared. In just 10 minutes walk you can reach the city center and the main train station. A bus stop is also just a 3-minute walk away. Despite the central location, we live in a quiet and green area.
Only a few meters away is an Edeka supermarket with bakery and pharmacy. The Linden Museum is about 200m away. At Berliner Platz (500m distance) you will find the Liederhalle, Cinemaxx cinema, café, clubs, restaurant, and much more.
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Private room


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Apartment


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2


Bedrooms

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Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

In the heart of Stuttgart city. Just renovated small apartment with new fornitures. Very Central position, easy to reach! The room is located at the 3rd floor, with NO elevator! Entire place for you free to use, bathroom and kitchen with all the fornitures you might need. Fridge and coffee machine also brand new. The apartment has a small balcony with a beautiful view of a church in a pedestrian area. Subway(S-bahn) stop Stadtmitte less than 1 minute walk Wi-Fi available !
Everything is at walking distance, many restaurants, supermarkets and bars just downstairs or around the corner! Since the room is in a very central position it might be difficult to find a parking spot for. I highly recommend to use the subway (S-Bahn), the stop "Stadtmitte" (Central city) is just 1 minute walk
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Entire home/apt


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Apartment


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2


Bedrooms

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Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Hallo zusammen, ich biete ein schönes Zimmer im Stuttgarter Westen an mit einem Bett,TV und einem Schrank. Die Wohnung befindet sich 3 min von der Bahn Haltestelle Berliner Platz (Liederhalle). In die Stadt zur berühmten Einkaufsstraße (Königstraße) ist der Fußweg 10 min und mit der Bahn 1 min zum Rotebühlplatz. Am Berliner Platz ist auch direkt ein Lidl und Rewe, 2 min von mir ist ein Vapiano. Stuttgarter Hbf 5 min(2 Stationen) Airport 25 min Cannstatter Wasen 15 min (Station Mercedestraße)
-Privates Zimmer - Gemeinschaftsküche -Gemeinschaftstoilette -Gemeinschaftswohnzimmer
- Vapiano Restaurant 2 min Laufweg - Kupferstecher (Club) 3 min Laufweg - Liederhalle (Klassische Konzerte) 3 min Laufweg - Kino ( Bosch Areal ) 3 min Laufweg - Burger King Johannestraße 8 min
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Private room


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Apartment


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2


Bedrooms

1

Stuttgart, BW, Germany

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In the middle of the city centre you will experience Stuttgart at on of the most beautiful places. Central city apartment to enjoy "STUTTGART": - ca. 30 sq.m. apartement with chic and modern interior.
Dear guests, welcome to Stuttgart! Central city apartment to enjoy "STUTTGART": In the middle of downtown Stuttgart you will experience the city at one of the most beautiful places. Here is the approx. 30 square meter large apartment. It is furnished in a chic and modern style. The bathroom has a shower cabinet in a bathtub, a toilet and is equipped with hand and bath-towels and a hair dryer. The dwelling has TV and Internet. The kitchen is equipped with refrigerator, stove, glasses, cutlery, table-ware, agitating equipment, toaster, water heater, mess kit, and a coffee-machine. For desires, questions or anything else always turn yourself to the host Sebastian Schäffler. • The earliest check-in is possible from 03:00 pm and you can all check-in by yourself whenever you want on the journey day. • The latest possible check-out is at 11:00 am • The cleaning -inclusive towels and bedlinen exchange- is in the price included. Withe the stay of more than a week the cleaning happens once a week. In case of extreme contamination and/or destruction we will use a recalculation. • The dwelling is in the middle of the city. It has directly around the building restaurants, bars, Banks, pharmacies, and the main shopping street of Stuttgart. TRAFFIC ROUTES: •3 MINUTES TO foot TO the KÖNIGSSTRASSE (main shopping street) •1 MINUTE TO foot TO UNDERGROUND/COURSE/TAXI CONDITIONS •1 MINUTE TO foot TO VARIOUS MULTI-STOREY CAR PARKS •10 MINUTES TO the MOTORWAY A81 TOWARD HEILBRONN KARLSRUHE FRANKFURT AND MUNICH - SINGING - ZURICH FOR EMERGENCIES: • For POLICE call 110 • For FIRE-BRIGADE call 112 HOSPITALS FOR ACCIDENT CASES: • BÜRGERHOSPITAL • KATHARINENHOSPITAL • OLGAHOSPITAL WE WISH YOU A BEAUTIFUL STAY!!!
City centre with lots of shops, stores, restaurants, bars, pharmacies, etc.
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Entire home/apt


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Apartment


Accommodates

4


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1

Stuttgart, BW, Germany

Sicher dir eine Unterkunft in Stuttgarts bester Lage! Es warten 2 neu eingerichtetes Zimmer, ausgestattet mit Wasserbett und Klappsofa im Szeneviertel Stuttgart auf euch. Die zentrale Lage in mitten von Pub, Clubs, Restaurant und Shops, ist besonders am Wochenende bekannt für das einzigartige Nightlife. Nur einen Steinwurf entfernt befindet sich die Einkaufsmeile, Markthalle sowie das Schloss. Im Meinem Profil findet ihr die Wohnung "7-Stein" um die gesamte Unterkunft zu buchen (12 Schlafplätze)
Das private Gästezimmer ist Teil einer Wohnung im Herzen Stuttgarts: Zentral und komfortabel! Zu den Gemeinschaftsräumen gehört eine Küche mit Spülmaschine, ein Badezimmer sowie zwei separates WC's. Das Wasserbett und das Klappsofa bietet genug Platz für bis zu 4 Gäste. Ihr dürft selbstverständlich die Küche mitbenützen. Desweiteren steht eine Waschmaschine zur freien Verfügung. Ein Internetzugang ist über W-LAN kostenlos vorhanden. Die Wohnung befindet sich im 4-Stock und hat leider keinen Fahrstuhl. Das Treppenhaus ist etwas in die Jahre gekommen, aber dafür ist die Wohnung frisch saniert mit Doppel-verglasten Fenstern .
Willkommen im angesagtesten Teil der Stadt. Das Apartment liegt direkt am Hans im Glück Brunnen unterhalb der Einkaufsmeile (Königsstraße). Nebenan sind die Szenelokale wie Mata Hari und das Tatti ansässig und gefühlte 50 weitere Ausgehmöglichkeiten. Zum Rathaus sind es nur 200 Meter und am Schlossplatz seid ihr zu Fuss in nur 5 Minuten. Das Nightlife in dieser Region bittet, gerade am Wochenende, eine bute Vielfalt für jedermann und zieht die "Schwaben" aus dem Umland in diesen Stadtteil.
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Private room


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Apartment


Accommodates

4


Bedrooms

1

Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Sicher dir eine Zimmer in Stuttgarts bester Lage! Es wartet ein neu eingerichtetes Zimmer, ausgestattet mit Doppelbett und Arbeitstisch im Szeneviertel Stuttgart auf euch. Die zentrale Lage in mitten von Pub, Clubs, Restaurant und Shops ist besonders am Wochenende bekannt für das einzigartige Nightlife. Nur einen Steinwurf entfernt befindet sich die Einkaufsmeile, Markthalle sowie das Schloss. Im Meinem Profil findet ihr die Wohnung "7-Stein" um die gesamte Unterkunft zu buchen (12 Schlafplätze)
Das private Gästezimmer ist Teil einer Wohnung im Herzen Stuttgart: Zentral und komfortabel! Zu den Gemeinschaftsräumen gehört eine Küche mit Spülmaschine, ein Badezimmer sowie zwei separates WC's. Das Doppelbett bietet genug Platz für 2 Gäste. Ihr dürft selbstverständlich die Küche mitbenützen. Desweiteren steht eine Waschmaschine zur freien Verfügung. Ein Internetzugang ist über W-LAN kostenlos vorhanden. Die Wohnung befindet sich im 4-Stock und hat leider keinen Fahrstuhl. Das Treppenhaus ist etwas in die Jahre gekommen, aber dafür ist die Wohnung frisch saniert mit Doppel-verglasten Fenstern .
Willkommen im angesagtesten Teil der Stadt. Das Apartment liegt direkt am Hans im Glück Brunnen unterhalb der Einkaufsmeile (Königsstraße). Nebenan sind die Szenelokale wie Mata Hari und das Tatti ansässig und gefühlte 50 weitere Ausgehmöglichkeiten. Zum Rathaus sind es nur 200 Meter und am Schlossplatz seid ihr zu Fuss in nur 5 Minuten. Das Nightlife in dieser Region bittet, gerade am Wochenende, eine bute Vielfalt für jedermann und zieht die "Schwaben" aus dem Umland in diesen Stadtteil.
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Private room


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Apartment


Accommodates

2


Bedrooms

1

Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

> Schönes Zimmer im 3ten Stock einer 4-Raum-Altbauwohnung inkl. Dachterrasse. > Küche, Badezimmer/WC etc. vorhanden, auch sonst rundum ausgestattet. > U-bahn Haltestelle (Rathaus) sowie Supermärkte & Restaurants in unmittelbarer Nähe. > Schlossplatz/Hbf - 10/15 Gehminuten. > Ideal für Städtetrip & Nachtleben. - Nichtraucherhaushalt - W-Lan - 140x200 Bett - Dachterrasse (gemeinsame Nutzung)
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Private room


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Apartment


Accommodates

2


Bedrooms

1

Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Hello dear guets! Our apartment is brandnew, individually furnished (a mix of antique furniture and new technical equipment) and fully equipped. You live in the center of Stuttgart (2min walk to Königstraße) and yet it is a very quiet area. We also offer fast wifi (for free). If you are planning to stay less than three nights, send us a personal message. If possible, we will make that work! You can check in any time after 3pm! Please request earlier check-ins...
The apartment is brandnew. It is perfect for two or three people. A maximum of four people can sleep there Our apartment is well equipped: in the kitchen we have a gas stove with oven, a washing machine with dryer, a small dishwasher and two people can be seated at a table. You have a coffeemaker (Senseo) and we offer free coffee pads. In the bedroom there is a large boxspring bed (1,80m x 2,00m), the living room offers a flatscreen, a table for up to four people and a sofa bed (1,40m x 2,00m). The bathroom is also equipped with a shower cabin. There is a small balcony (you can smoke there). We offer fast wifi - and of course: it's for free! The apartment is on the fourth floor - you need to walk, we don't have an elevator.
Our apartment is in the center of Stuttgart! The main shopping street (Königstraße), Schlossplatz and the famous Liederhalle are just a two minute walk away. You will reach the big shopping mall "MILANEO" and the main train station (Hauptbahnhof) after a short ride with the tram (U-Bahn).
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Entire home/apt


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Condominium


Accommodates

4


Bedrooms

1

Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Das Zimmer befindet sich im Zentrum von Stuttgart. Zu Fuß erreichen sie in wenigen Minuten verschiedene Einkaufsmöglichkeiten. (Einkaufszentrum "Gerber", Stadtmitte)
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Private room


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Apartment


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Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

In the center they are experiencing Stuttgart on one of the most beautiful places above the roofs of the city! Directly above the multi-award winning bar Ruben ` S ! Dreaming in House of Angels : - 50 sqm studio on 2 floors in a cozy country house style
Right in the center of Stuttgart they experience at one of the most beautiful places over the roofs of the city! Directly above the multi-award winning ruben ` S! Dream in the house of the angels : - 50 sqm studio over 2 floors - Furnished in country house style with hardwood and granite - Bathroom with corner bath, shower , bidet , hair dryer , hand and bath towels - Internet access network cables - Kitchen with fridge / stove / oven / micro / glasses, cutlery, crockery / mixer , mixer - Incl washing machine iron and ironing board - Flat screen TV - Comfortable double bed - Additional sofa bed For your stay you get your own key ( check - in from 18 o'clock , check- out is before 11am / keys are in the local ruben 's pick ) The weekly cleaning is included in the price - including towels and linen exchange) Refrigerator service available ( fee-based) The apartment is located right in the city and you have around the building shops , catering establishments , banks, pharmacies , etc., to satisfy all your needs . 5 minutes to King Street (main shopping street) 1 minute subway / train / taxi stand 10 minutes to the motorway A81 towards Heilbronn , Karlsruhe and Frankfurt Munich - singing Zurich We look forward to meeting you!
Viertel um den "Hans-im-Glück-Brunnen" Geißstraße (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Stuttgart Szeneviertel in der Stuttgarter Altstadt: Abseits der Königstraße hat sich die Gegend rund um den Hans-im-Glück-Brunnen in den letzten Jahren zu einem beliebten Ausgehviertel entwickelt. Ob zum Frühstück unter Palmen, Lunch in der Sonne oder Feiern bis in die frühen Morgenstunden - vor allem im Sommer begeistert der charmante Platz mit südlichem Flair! Das Lebensgefühl: Dolce Vita. Der Sound: Straßenmusiker, Lachen und Musikfetzen. Die Stimmung: Einmalig! Im Mai 1909, vor genau 100 Jahren, wurde in der Stuttgarter Kernstadt nach dreijähriger Sanierung das Quartier um den Hans-im-Glück-Brunnen eingeweiht. Vorausgegangen waren umfangreiche Umbaumaßnahmen, in deren Verlauf Dutzende von Häusern abgebrochen und durch neue ersetzt worden waren. Nachdem sich die ältesten Teile der Stuttgarter Altstadt im Verlauf des 19. Jahrhunderts zu einem vernachlässigten Viertel mit unhygienischen Wohnungen, wenig Licht- und Luftzufuhr sowie hoher Brand- und Seuchengefahr entwickelt hatten, entstand auf Initiative des Bankiers und Sozialreformers Eduard Pfeiffer eine »neue« Altstadt an Geiß-, Stein- und Eberhardstraße. Pfeiffer verfolgte das Ziel, Wohnen und Einkaufen, Handel und Verkehr in der Kernstadt wieder attraktiv zu machen. Durch die neuen Gebäude war ein heimeliges Ambiente an kurvigen Straßen mit hohen Giebeln und Arkaden, Brunnen, Erkern und Figurenschmuck entstanden. Die mehr als 30, sehr abwechslungsreich gestalteten Bauwerke zeigten unterschiedliche Dachformen und Fassadendetails und waren mit Märchenmotiven, Tierfiguren und Fassadenmalereien geschmückt. Kein Haus glich dem anderen, und dennoch fügten sie sich miteinander zu einem harmonischen Bild. Trotz vieler Veränderungen hat sich der Reiz des Quartiers bis heute erhalten. Der Platz am Hans-im-Glück-Brunnen ist in dieser Form vor 100 Jahren entstanden. Wie kam es eigentlich dazu, dass der Platz noch heute wie eine mittelalterliche Puppenstube anmutet? Märchenfiguren zieren Giebel, Dächer und den Brunnen in der Mitte des Platzes. Die Häuser stehen bescheiden nebeneinander, keines ragt heraus, keines zerstört die Harmonie des Viertels. Als das Innenstadtquartier seinerzeit von Grund auf saniert wurde, inszenierten die Stadtplaner eine heile Welt des Bürgertums. Nirgendwo drängen sich auf weniger Fläche mehr Restaurants und Bars als hier: Das preisgekrönte ruben´s steht für das Besondere und das Außergewöhnliche Der Platz hat seinen eigenen Sound: Sein Klang ist aus Gläserklirren, Gelächter, Musik und dem Geklacker der über den Asphalt krachenden Absätze zusammengewoben. Sechs Bronzemedaillons zeigen dort Szenen aus dem Grimm’schen Märchen vom Hans, der sein Glück erst fand, als er all sein Hab und Gut los war. Ausgerechnet auf dem Platz des glücklichen Habenichtses ist Stuttgart reich an Charme und Schönheit.Die Brunnenfigur verkörpert einen derben Bauernburschen von den Fildern in einer kurzen, mit Silberknöpfen besetzen Jacke, dem der Künstler im Schlachthaus begegnet war. Zu Füßen des Jungen tummeln sich ein Schwein und sechs kleine Enten, die als Wasserspeier dienen. Auf dem Rand der Brunnenschale erhebt sich eine gitterartige schmiedeeiserne Einfassung mit sechs Bronzemedaillons, die das gleichnamige Märchen in Bildern erzählen. Darüber befindet sich ein kunstvoll gewölbter schmiedeeiserner Baldachin, aus dessen Spitze ein vierblättriges Kleeblatt emporragt. Am 12. Mai 1909 wurde der Hans-im-Glück-Brunnen als krönender Abschluss der damaligen Altstadtsanierung eingeweiht. Der Stadtbezirk Stuttgart-Mitte liegt auf dem Grund des Stuttgarter Talkessels, dessen Rand durch die angrenzenden Bezirke in Hanglage gebildet wird. Mittelpunkt des Bezirks und der gesamten Landeshauptstadt ist die Königstraße, eine der längsten verkehrsberuhigten Einkaufsmeilen Europas, entlang der die meisten namhaften Kaufhäuser und Geschäfte vertreten sind, sowie der Schloßplatz mit dem Kunstmuseum, dem Königsbau und dem Neuen Schloss. In direkter Nachbarschaft liegt der Schillerplatz mit dem Alten Schloss und der Stiftskirche. Weiter in Richtung Süden folgt der Marktplatz mit dem Rathaus, der Tagblatt-Turm und, durch die Hauptstätter Straße räumlich getrennt, die Leonhardskirche sowie das Bohnen- und das Heusteigviertel. Östlich des Schloßplatzes, im Bereich der Konrad-Adenauer-Straße und des Oberen Schlossgartens, befinden sich der Landtag und das Staatstheater sowie auf der anderen Seite der Straße die Staatsgalerie, die Württembergische Landesbibliothek und das Wilhelmspalais. Die Konrad-Adenauer-Straße (B 14) trägt zwei recht unterschiedliche “Labels”: einerseits Kulturmeile, andererseits Stadtautobahn. Am westlichen Rand der Innenstadt liegen das Hospitalviertel mit der nur teilweise wiederaufgebauten Hospitalkirche (in der „Neuen Vorstadt“) und eine Reihe kultureller Einrichtungen. Zu nennen sind die Liederhalle und das Linden-Museum, dazwischen der historische Hoppenlaufriedhof, dann das Katharinenhospital und das Bankenviertel mit dem Friedrichsbau und der Börse. Südlich des Katharinenhospitals an der Kriegsbergstraße gibt es einen Grünbereich, den „Stadtgarten“, dort an der Schellingstraße und Keplerstraße liegen Teile der Universität, der vormaligen Technischen Hochschule, besonders drei Hochhäuser und die Universitätsbibliothek. Zwei der Hochhäuser sind die Kollegiengebäude nahe dem Hauptbahnhof, das dritte ist das Max-Kade-Wohnheim an der Liederhalle. Die nördliche Grenze des Bezirks bildet das Europaviertel, dessen Fläche bis in die 1980er Jahre ein Güterbahnhof einnahm. Im Frühjahr 2002 wurde damit begonnen, das Gelände neu zu bebauen. Im Europaviertel findet man den neuen Standort der Stadtbücherei, die zuvor im Wilhelmspalais beheimatet war, wo ein Stadtmuseum eingerichtet werden soll. Quarter around the "Hans-im-Glück-Brunnen" 70173 Stuttgart The area around the Hans-im-Glück-Brunnen has developed into a popular nightlife area in the last few years, away from the Königstraße. Whether for breakfast under palm trees, lunch in the sun or celebrations until the early hours of the morning - especially in the summer, the charming place with a southern flair! The feeling of life: Dolce Vita. The sound: street musicians, laughs and music. The mood: Unique! In May 1909, exactly 100 years ago, the quarter around the Hans-im-Glück-Brunnen was opened in Stuttgart's core city after three years of renovation. Extensive reconstruction measures had taken place, in the course of which dozens of houses were demolished and replaced by new ones. In the course of the 19th century, the oldest parts of Stuttgart's old town developed into a neglected neighborhood with unhygienic dwellings, little light and air supply, as well as a high risk of fire and epidemics. The banker and social reformer Eduard Pfeiffer developed a "new" old town To Geiß-, Stein- and Eberhardstraße. Pfeiffer pursued the goal of making housing and shopping, trade and traffic attractive again in the core city.  The new buildings created a homely ambience on winding streets with high gables and arcades, fountains, bay windows and figurines. The more than 30, very variedly designed buildings exhibited different roof shapes and facade details and were adorned with fairytale motifs, animal figures and facade paintings. No house resembled the other, and yet they harmonized with each other. In spite of many changes, the charm of the neighborhood has been preserved to this day. The place at the Hans-im-Glück-Brunnen was created in this form 100 years ago. How did it actually happen that the square still looks like a medieval doll's house? Fairy-tale figures decorate gables, roofs and fountains in the middle of the square. The houses stand modestly next to each other, none protrudes, none destroys the harmony of the neighborhood. When the city center was renovated from the outset, the city planers staged a healthy world of the bourgeoisie. Nowhere else do you find more restaurants and bars on less space than here: the award-winning ruben's stands for the special and the extraordinary   The place has its own sound: its sound is woven out of glasses, laughter, music and the kinker of the asphalt crashing heels. Six bronze medallions show scenes from the Grimm fairytale of Hans, who found his fortune when he was rid of all his belongings. Stuttgart is rich in charm and beauty. The figure of the well embodies a coarse peasantry from the Filders in a short jacket with silver buttons, which the artist had encountered in the slaughterhouse. At the boy's feet, a pig and six small ducks, which serve as a water spout, are humming around. On the edge of the fountain bowl rises a latticed wrought iron enclosure with six bronze medallions, which tell the tale of the same name in pictures. Above it is an ornately arched wrought-iron canopy, from whose top a four-leaf clover leaves. On May 12, 1909 the Hans-im-Glück-Brunnen was inaugurated as the crowning conclusion of the old town renovation. The city district of Stuttgart-Mitte is located on the bottom of the Stuttgart Talkessel, whose edge is formed by the adjoining districts on a hillside. Center of the district and the whole state capital is the Königstraße, one of the longest traffic-calmed shopping malls in Europe, along which most well-known department stores and shops are represented, as well as the castle square with the Kunstmuseum, Königsbau and the Neues Schloss. In the immediate vicinity is the Schillerplatz with the Old Castle and the Stiftskirche. Further to the south is the market square with the town hall, the Tagblatt tower and, separated by the Hauptstätterstrasse, the Leonhardskirche as well as the bean and the Heusteig district. To the east of the castle square, in the area of the Konrad-Adenauer-Strasse and the Oberer Schlossgartens, are the Landtag and the State Theater as well as the Staatsgalerie, the Württembergische Landesbibliothek and the Wilhelmspalais on the other side of the road. The Konrad-Adenauer-Straße (B 14) carries two rather different "labels": on the one hand cultural mile, on the other hand, Stadtautobahn. On the western edge of the inner city lie the hospital quarter with the only partially rebuilt Hospitalkirche (in the "New suburb") and a number of cultural institutions. The Liederhalle and the Linden-Museum, the historic Hoppenlaufriedhof, then the Kathar...... Zone autour de la "fontaine Hans-im-Glück" Geißstraße (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Stuttgart quartier branché dans la vieille ville de Stuttgart: loin de la route du roi, la région a développé autour de la fontaine Hans-im-Glück devenue ces dernières années un quartier populaire de divertissement. Que ce soit pour le petit-déjeuner sous les palmiers, le déjeuner au soleil ou faire la fête dans les petites heures du matin - surtout en été ravi de la charmante ville avec une touche sud! L'esprit: Dolce Vita. Le son: Musicien de rue, des rires et des morceaux de musique. L'ambiance: Une fois! En 1909, il y a exactement mai de 100 ans, le quartier autour de la fontaine Hans-im-Glück a été inauguré dans la ville principale de Stuttgart après trois ans de rénovation. Cela fait suite aux travaux de rénovation avait été arrêté au cours de dizaines de maisons et remplacées par de nouvelles. Après les parties les plus anciennes de la vieille ville de Stuttgart avaient développé au 19ème siècle dans un domaine négligé avec des logements insalubres, peu de lumière et d'air, ainsi que feu élevé et le danger d'épidémies, a été initiée par les banquiers et réformateur social Eduard Pfeiffer une « nouvelle » vieille ville à Geiß-, la pierre et Eberhardstraße. Pfeiffer a poursuivi pour le rendre attrayant à nouveau le but de la vie et le shopping, le commerce et le transport dans la ville de base.  Le nouveau bâtiment d'une ambiance chaleureuse a été créée sur les routes sinueuses avec de hauts pignons et arcades, des fontaines, des belvédères et des figures décoratives. Plus de 30 structures conçues très variées ont montré différentes formes de toit et les détails de la façade et ont été décorées avec des motifs de contes de fées, des figures d'animaux et des peintures murales. Aucune maison était comme l'autre, mais ils ont ajouté l'autre pour créer une image harmonieuse. Malgré de nombreux changements, le charme du quartier a survécu jusqu'à ce jour. La place à la fontaine Hans-im-Glück a été créé de cette façon il y a 100 ans. Comment se fait-il au fait que l'endroit ressemble à une maison de poupée médiévale aujourd'hui? personnages de contes de fées ornent toit à deux versants et la fontaine dans le centre de la place. Les maisons sont côte à côte modeste, ne se distingue, aucun détruit l'harmonie du quartier. Comme le quartier du centre-ville à l'époque a été rénové à partir de zéro, les urbanistes ont organisé un monde idéal de la bourgeoisie. Nulle part plus de restaurants et de bars viennent à l'esprit superficie inférieure ici: Le primé stands de Ruben`S pour quelque chose de spécial et l'insolite  L'endroit a son propre son: Le son est tissé ensemble de verres, le rire, la musique et Geklacker de se briser sur les paragraphes d'asphalte. Six médaillons en bronze montrent là des scènes du conte de fées de Grimm de Hans, qui a trouvé le bonheur que quand il avait toutes ses affaires et aller. Ironie du sort, sur la place de l'heureux ont le néant est riche en charme et la sculpture fontaine Stuttgart beauty.The incarne un soupirants émoussé du Filder dans un court, remplir avec la veste de boutons d'argent, que l'artiste avait rencontré à l'abattoir. Au pied du garçon, un cochon et six petits canards qui servent gargouilles se défoulent. Sur le bord de la cuvette de mouillage à une grille en forme de boîtier en fer forgé avec six médaillons en bronze qui indiquent le conte du même nom en images augmente. est au-dessus d'un auvent en fer forgé en arc ornately, atteignant un sommet de la pointe d'un trèfle à quatre feuilles. Le 12 mai 1909, la fontaine Hans-im-Glück a été inauguré comme point culminant de cette rénovation urbaine. La commune Stuttgart-centre sur le fond du bassin Stuttgart, dont le bord est formé par les zones adjacentes de la pente. Le centre du quartier et la totalité du capital de l'Etat est la route, l'une des plus longues rues commerçantes piétonnes du roi en Europe, ainsi que les plus sont représentés les grands magasins et des magasins bien connus, ainsi que la place du château avec le musée d'art, Königsbau et Nouveau palais. Dans les environs immédiats de la place Schiller avec le vieux château et l'église collégiale. Continuant vers le sud de la place du marché avec la mairie, la Tour Tagblatt et dans l'espace séparés par la route Hauptstätter suit l'église Leonhard et le haricot et le Heusteigviertel. Est de la place du château, dans la Konrad-Adenauer-Strasse et le jardin du château supérieur, il y a le Parlement et le Théâtre d'Etat et de l'autre côté de la route, la galerie d'État, Bibliothèque nationale du Wurtemberg et la Wilhelmspalais. La Konrad-Adenauer-Strasse (B 14) porte deux "labels" très différents: d'une part Kulturmeile autre route à la main. À l'extrémité ouest du centre-ville, le quartier de l'hôpital sont à l'hôpital que partiellement reconstruit l'église (dans la « nouvelle banlieue ») et un certain nombre d'institutions culturelles. Ceux-ci comprennent la salle des chansons et le Musée Linden, entre le Hoppenlaufriedhof historique, le Cathar... Area intorno al "Hans-im-Glück fontana" Geißstraße (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Stuttgart quartiere alla moda nel centro storico di Stoccarda: Lontano dalla Kings Road, l'area si è sviluppata intorno alla fontana Hans-im-Glück negli ultimi anni diventato un quartiere di intrattenimento popolare. Sia per la colazione sotto le palme, il pranzo al sole o festa fino alle prime ore - soprattutto in estate entusiasmato il luogo incantevole con un tocco del sud! Lo spirito: Dolce Vita. Il suono: Musicista della via, risate e brani musicali. Lo stato d'animo: una volta! Nel maggio 1909 esattamente 100 anni fa, il quartiere intorno alla fontana Hans-im-Glück è stato inaugurato nel capoluogo di Stoccarda dopo tre anni di lavori di ristrutturazione. Questo segue il vasto lavoro di ristrutturazione era stato fermato nel corso di decine di abitazioni e sostituiti da nuovi. Dopo che le parti più antiche del centro storico di Stoccarda avevano sviluppato nel corso del 19 ° secolo in un settore trascurato con alloggiamento insalubri, poca luce e aria, nonché fuoco alto e il pericolo di epidemie, è stata avviata dai banchieri e riformatore sociale Eduard Pfeiffer una "nuova" città vecchia a Geiß-, pietra e Eberhardstraße. Pfeiffer ha perseguito per rendere più attraente di nuovo l'obiettivo del vivere e dello shopping, il commercio e il trasporto nella città di base.  Il nuovo edificio un ambiente accogliente è stato creato su strade tortuose con alti frontoni e portici, fontane, gazebo e figure decorative. Più di 30, molto diverse strutture progettate mostrava forme diverse tetti e facciata dettagli e erano decorate con motivi fiabe, figure di animali e murali. No casa era come gli altri, e tuttavia hanno aggiunto a vicenda per creare un'immagine armoniosa. Nonostante i molti cambiamenti, il fascino del quartiere è sopravvissuto fino ad oggi. Il luogo alla fontana Hans-im-Glück è stato creato in questo modo 100 anni fa. Come si è arrivati al fatto che il posto sembra una casa di bambola medievale oggi? personaggi delle fiabe adornano tetti a due falde e la fontana al centro della piazza. Le case sono fianco a fianco modesti, nessuno si distingue, nessuno ha distrutto l'armonia del quartiere. Come il centro di quartiere in quel momento è stato rinnovato da cima a fondo, gli urbanisti hanno organizzato un mondo ideale della borghesia. In nessun luogo più ristoranti e bar vengono in mente meno spazio di quanto qui: Il premiato stand di Ruben per qualcosa di speciale e l'insolito  Il luogo ha il suo suono: Il suo suono è tessuto insieme i bicchieri, risate, musica e Geklacker di schiantarsi sui paragrafi asfalto. Sei medaglioni in bronzo dimostrano che vi scene fiaba del Grimm di Hans, che hanno trovato la felicità solo quando ha avuto tutti i suoi averi e andare. Ironia della sorte, nella piazza del felice ha nulla è ricco di fascino e scultura Stoccarda beauty.The fontana incarna un ottuso swains del Filder in un breve, riempire con bottoni d'argento giacca, che l'artista aveva incontrato nel macello. Ai piedi del ragazzo, un maiale e sei piccole anatre che fungono da doccioni scatenarsi. Sul bordo della vasca della fontana ad un recinto in ferro battuto a griglia con medaglioni sei di bronzo che raccontano la storia con lo stesso nome in immagini aumenti. Sopra è un riccamente arco baldacchino in ferro battuto, con un picco di punta di un quadrifoglio. Il 12 maggio 1909, Hans-im-Glück fontana è stato inaugurato come punto di arrivo di quel rinnovamento urbano. Il comune Stuttgart-centro sul fondo del bacino Stoccarda, il cui bordo è formato dalle zone adiacenti in pendenza. Il centro del quartiere e l'intero capitale dello stato è il re Road, una delle vie commerciali più lunghe pedonali in Europa, lungo i più noti grandi magazzini e negozi sono rappresentate, così come la piazza del castello con il Museo d'Arte, il Königsbau e Nuovo Palazzo. Nelle immediate vicinanze della Piazza Schiller con l'antico castello e la Chiesa Collegiata. Proseguendo a sud della piazza del mercato con il municipio, la torre Tagblatt e spazialmente separati dalla strada Hauptstätter segue la chiesa Leonhard e il fagiolo e il Heusteigviertel. Est della piazza del castello, nella Konrad-Adenauer-Strasse e giardino del castello superiore, c'è il Parlamento e il Teatro di Stato e, dall'altro lato della strada, la Galleria di Stato, Wurttemberg State Library e il Wilhelmspalais. Konrad-Adenauer-Strasse (B 14) svolge due diverse "etichette": da un lato Kulturmeile autostrada dall'altro. Al margine occidentale del centro, il quartiere di ospedale sono la chiesa solo parzialmente ricostruita ospedale (nel "nuovo borgo") e un certo numero di istituzioni culturali. Questi includono la sala canzoni e il Museo Linden, tra la storica Hoppenlaufriedhof, poi il catara....
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Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Wir vermieten in Halbhöhenlage tage- oder monatsweise. Kleines Zimmerchen kann dazu gebucht werden für 18,-/Nacht. Waschmaschine vorhanden. Zu Fuss 7 Min. zum Hauptbahnhof, 2 Minuten Lindenmuseum, 1 Minute Katharinenhospital, 1 Minute Duale Hochschule,... Tischchen auf Terrasse zur Mitbenutzung möglich. Herzlich willkommen :) Ariane
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Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Ideale Wohnung für ein - zwei Personen. Die Wohnung befindet sich im 2. OG. Die großen Fenster schauen nicht auf die Straße. Sehr ruhiges Zimmer! Zu der S- Bahn eine Minute Fußweg.
Ist eine schöne kleine ein Zimmerwohnung mit Balkon, auf dem Balkon kann man rauchen. Der Balkon schaut nicht auf die Straße, deshalb auch 24 Stunden ganz ruhig. Man bekommt nichts von draußen mit.
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Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Mein charmantes und gemütliches Einzimmer-Apartment ist direkt in der Stadtmitte Stuttgart gelegen und bietet problemlos Platz für Zwei. Die Wohnung ist geeignet für Paare, Alleinreisende und Geschäftsreisende. Trotz der zentralen Lage ist die Wohnung ruhig gelegen und blickt auf einen begrünten Innenhof. Der Hauseingang befindet sich auf der Fußgängerzone. Im Erdgeschoss befindet sich ein Cafe/Bar welches von Donnerstag bis Samstag lang geöffnet hat und dadurch Abends etwas lauter werden kann.
My charming and cosy apartment is small with 45 square meters, but has everything you need. The central location and access to public transport is unbeatable. Couples, unaccompanied and business travellers are welcome. The apartment faces out towards a green patio. The entrance is located at a pedestrian zone. The kitchenette is totally equipped (french press coffee) and is located across the little balcony. The bathroom is provided with towels and hair dryer. At the ground floor is a cafe with long opening hours at the weekends. Therefore it can be a bit noisy in the evenings. The apartment is located in the 2nd floor without elevator.
Direkt vor der Haustüre findet man Cafes, Restaurant, Shops und die Temporary Concept Mall Fluxus.
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Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

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Stuttgart, BW, Germany

Komplett eingerichtete Wohnung über den Dächern Stuttgarts. Auf ca 69 qm erstreckt sich diese komfortable Wohnung mit einem grossen Schlafzimmer mit Boxspringbetten, grossem Kleiderschrank, Wohnzimmer mit Esstisch, Couch, TV und High Speed Internet Anschluss, einer kleinen Küche mit Bartisch und 2 Hockern für das kleine Frühstück, sowie einem Badezimmer und einer separaten Toilette. Die Wohnung ist im Oktober 2017 komplett neu eingerichtet worden und frisch renoviert. Hier stimmt wirklich alles.
Die Wohnung ist zentral gelegen, mit öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln bestens zu erreichen. Die größte Einkaufsmeile Deutschlands ist nur wenige Schritte entfernt.
Das exclusive Dorotheenquartier und den Modetempel Breuninger erreichen Sie in nur 1 Minute. Ausserdem befinden sich alle angesagten Bars und Restaurants nur 2 Minuten von hier entfernt. Noch zentraler kann man nicht wohnen. Die S Bahn und die U Bahn nur 1 Minute entfernt , auch den Schlossplatz das Museum und die Königstrasse erreichen Sie in wenigen Minuten.
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Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

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Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Direkt am neu gestalteten Stuttgarter Hospitalhof liegt das Appartement in einem modern gestalteten Gebäude mit viel Glas. Die Wohnung ist hochwertig ausgestattet. Das umliegende Areal ist als Fußgängerzone gestaltet und bietet mitten im Zentrum eine Oase der Ruhe. Die angesiedelten Restaurants und Cafés laden zum Kaffee oder Eis ein im Schatten von Kastanienbäumen. Zur S-Bahn-Haltestelle Stadtmitte läuft man nur eine Minute, ebenso nah ist die Stuttgarter Einkaufsmeile Königstraße.
Komplette Wohnung: Küche, Wohnzimmer, Schlafzimmer, Bad, Balkon und Abstellkammer.
Mitten im Stuttgarter Zentrum. Königstraße in 3 Minuten zu Fuß erreichbar. Fabelhafte Anbindung mit öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln. S-Bahn Stuttgart-Mitte direkt vor der Haustür.
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Apartment


Accommodates

1


Bedrooms

1

Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Eine geräumige Wohnung für die ganze Familie und allem Komfort! ;-)
DIE LAGE Die gut aufgeteielte 3-Zimmerwohnung liegt im Norden in der Nähe der Stuttgarter Universität und des Klinikums. Ein Supermarkt mit Bäcker und Apotheke und eine Bushaltestelle befinden sich in unmittelbarer Nähe. DIE WOHNUNG Auf 71 Quadratmetern finden bis zu vier Personen Platz. Die Aufteilung in ein geräumiges Wohnzimmer und zwei relativ gleich große Schlafzimmer ist sowohl für Familien als auch für Geschäftspartner bestens geeignet. Die Wohnung befindet sich im 4. OBERGESCHOSS eines Mehrfamilienhauses. In sonnigen Zeiten lädt der große Balkon auf der Rückseite des Hauses mit Tisch und Stühlen zum Entspannen ein. Selbstverständlich waschen wir für jeden Gast die Bettwäsche inklusive Kissen und Decken, nach jeden Gäste wechsel, gründlich.
Die Gegend und die Nachbarschaft ist recht ruhig, es gibt nur einen langsamen Anliegerverkehr mit den Autos. Ein neuer Spielplatz, der gern am Tage genutzt wird, ist in der Nähe.
Room Type

Entire home/apt


Property Type

Apartment


Accommodates

4


Bedrooms

2

Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Eine geräumige Wohnung für die ganze Familie und allem Komfort! ;-)
DIE LAGE Die gut aufgeteielte 3-Zimmerwohnung liegt im Norden in der Nähe der Stuttgarter Universität und des Klinikums. Ein Supermarkt mit Bäcker und Apotheke und eine Bushaltestelle befinden sich in unmittelbarer Nähe. DIE WOHNUNG Auf 66 Quadratmetern finden bis zu drei Personen Platz. Die Aufteilung in ein geräumiges Wohnzimmer und zwei relativ gleich große Schlafzimmer ist sowohl für Familien als auch für Geschäftspartner bestens geeignet. Die Wohnung befindet sich im dritten Obergeschoss eines Mehrfamilienhauses. In sonnigen Zeiten lädt der große Balkon auf der Rückseite des Hauses mit Tisch und Stühlen zum Entspannen ein. Selbstverständlich waschen wir für jeden Gast die Bettwäsche inklusive Kissen und Decken, nach jeden Gäste wechsel, gründlich.
Die Gegend und die Nachbarschaft ist recht ruhig, es gibt nur einen langsamen Anliegerverkehr mit den Autos. Ein neuer Spielplatz, der gern am Tage genutzt wird, ist in der Nähe.
Room Type

Entire home/apt


Property Type

Apartment


Accommodates

3


Bedrooms

2

Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Room Type

Entire home/apt


Property Type

Apartment


Accommodates

5


Bedrooms

2

Stuttgart, BW, Germany

Eine geräumige Wohnung für die ganze Familie und allem Komfort! ;-)
DIE LAGE Die gut aufgeteielte 3-Zimmerwohnung liegt im Norden in der Nähe der Stuttgarter Universität und des Klinikums. Ein Supermarkt mit Bäcker und Apotheke und eine Bushaltestelle befinden sich in unmittelbarer Nähe. DIE WOHNUNG Auf 71 Quadratmetern finden bis zu vier Personen Platz. Die Aufteilung in ein geräumiges Wohnzimmer und zwei relativ gleich große Schlafzimmer ist sowohl für Familien als auch für Geschäftspartner bestens geeignet. Die Wohnung befindet sich im vierten Obergeschoss eines Mehrfamilienhauses. In sonnigen Zeiten lädt der große Balkon auf der Rückseite des Hauses mit Tisch und Stühlen zum Entspannen ein. Selbstverständlich waschen wir für jeden Gast die Bettwäsche inklusive Kissen und Decken, nach jeden Gäste wechsel, gründlich.
Die Gegend und die Nachbarschaft ist recht ruhig, es gibt nur einen langsamen Anliegerverkehr mit den Autos. Ein neuer Spielplatz, der gern am Tage genutzt wird, ist in der Nähe.
Room Type

Entire home/apt


Property Type

Apartment


Accommodates

4


Bedrooms

2

Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

In the middle of the city centre at the "Hans im Glück" fountain you will experience Stuttgart at on of the most beautiful places. FEEL GOOD APARTMENT IN "STUTTGART CENTER": - ca. 40 sq.m. apartement with elegant and comfortable atmosphere - Enjoy the location with the bars, restaurants and the main shopping street right outside the door - Right next door are the train stations, which are connected to the most important sights in Stuttgart (for example Mercedes Benz Museum)
Dear guests, welcome to Stuttgart! FEEL GOOD APARTMENT IN "STUTTGART CENTER": In the middle of downtown Stuttgart you will experience the city at one of the most beautiful places over the roofs of the city. Here is the approx. 40 square meter large apartment with lots of flair. It is furnished in an elegant and comfortable style. The bathroom has a shower cabinet, a toilet and is equipped with hand and bath-towels and a hair dryer. The dwelling has TV and Internet. The kitchen is equipped with refrigerator, stove, glasses, cutlery, table-ware, agitating equipment, toaster, water heater, mess kit, and a coffee-machine. For desires, questions or anything else always turn yourself to the host Sebastian Schäffler. • The earliest check-in is possible from 01:00 pm and you can all check-in by yourself whenever you want on the journey day. • The latest possible check-out is at 11:00 am • The cleaning -inclusive towels and bedlinen exchange- is in the price included. Withe the stay of more than a week the cleaning happens once a week. In case of extreme contamination and/or destruction we will use a recalculation. • The dwelling is in the middle of the city. It has directly around the building restaurants, bars, Banks, pharmacies, and the main shopping street of Stuttgart. Of course the noise level from time to time is just like it is in the city center and is not characterised by a rural place. TRAFFIC ROUTES: •3 MINUTES TO foot TO the KÖNIGSSTRASSE (main shopping street) •1 MINUTE TO foot TO UNDERGROUND/COURSE/TAXI CONDITIONS •1 MINUTE TO foot TO VARIOUS MULTI-STOREY CAR PARKS •10 MINUTES TO the MOTORWAY A81 TOWARD HEILBRONN KARLSRUHE FRANKFURT AND MUNICH - SINGING - ZURICH FOR EMERGENCIES: • For POLICE call 110 • For FIRE-BRIGADE call 112 HOSPITALS FOR ACCIDENT CASES: • BÜRGERHOSPITAL • KATHARINENHOSPITAL • OLGAHOSPITAL WE WISH YOU A BEAUTIFUL STAY!!!
Quarter around the "Hans-im-Glück-Brunnen" Geissstrasse 13, Stuttgart A trendy district in Stuttgart's Old Town: Away from the Königstraße, the area around the Hans-in-Glück fountain has developed into a popular nightlife district in recent years. Whether for breakfast under the palm trees, lunch in the sun or parties until early in the morning - especially in summer, the charming place with a southern flair! The attitude to life: Dolce Vita. The sound: street musicians, laughter and scraps of music. The mood: unique! In May 1909, exactly 100 years ago, the quarter around the Hans-im-Glück-Brunnen was inaugurated in the Stuttgart city center after three years of renovation. This was preceded by extensive reconstruction work, during which dozens of houses had been demolished and replaced by new ones. After the oldest parts of Stuttgart's Old Town developed into a neglected district with unhygienic apartments, low light and air supply as well as a high risk of fire and epidemic in the course of the 19th century, a "new" old town was created on the initiative of the banker and social reformer Eduard Pfeiffer at Geiß-, Stein- and Eberhardstraße. Pfeiffer pursued the goal of making residential and shopping, commerce and traffic in the city center attractive again. The new buildings created a homely ambience on winding streets with high gables and arcades, fountains, oriels and figureheads. The more than 30, very varied designed buildings showed different roof shapes and facade details and were decorated with fairytale motifs, animal figures and façade paintings. No two houses resembled another, yet they harmonized with each other. Despite many changes, the appeal of the neighborhood has been preserved to this day. The square at the Hans-im-Glück-Brunnen was created in this form 100 years ago. How did it actually happen that the square still looks like a medieval dollhouse? Fairy-tale characters adorn gables, roofs and the fountain in the middle of the square. The houses stand modestly next to each other, none stands out, none destroys the harmony of the neighborhood. When the inner city quarter was completely renovated at the time, the city planners staged an ideal world of the bourgeoisie. Nowhere are more restaurants and bars crowded together than here: the award-winning ruben's stands for the special and the extraordinary The place has its own sound: its sound is woven of glasses, laughter, music and the clatter of heels crashing over the asphalt. Six bronze medallions show scenes from Grimm's fairy tale about Hans, who only found happiness when he lost all his possessions. Stuttgart, for example, is rich in charm and beauty on the square of the happy has-been. The fountain figure embodies a rugged peasant lad from the Fildern in a short jacket studded with silver buttons, which the artist encountered in the slaughterhouse. At the feet of the boy, a pig and six little ducks, who serve as gargoyles, cavort about. On the edge of the fountain bowl rises a grid-like wrought-iron enclosure with six bronze medallions, which tell the fairy tale of the same name in pictures. Above it is an ornate wrought-iron canopy, with a four-leaf clover rising from its top. On May 12, 1909, the Hans-in-Glück fountain was inaugurated as the crowning finale of the then Altstadtsanierung. The district of Stuttgart-Mitte is located at the bottom of the Stuttgart basin, whose edge is formed by the adjacent districts on a hillside. Center of the district and the entire state capital is the Königstraße, one of the longest pedestrianized shopping streets in Europe, along which most of the well-known department stores and shops are represented, as well as the Schlossplatz with the Kunstmuseum, the Königsbau and the Neues Schloss. In direct neighborhood is the Schillerplatz with the old castle and the collegiate church. Further southwards follows the market square with the town hall, the Tagblatt tower and, separated by the Hauptstätter Straße, the Leonhardskirche as well as the bean and the Heusteig quarters. East of the Schlossplatz, in the area of the Konrad-Adenauer-Straße and the Upper Schlossgarten, are the state parliament and the state theater as well as the Staatsgalerie, the Württembergische Landesbibliothek and the Wilhelmspalais on the other side of the street. The Konrad-Adenauer-Straße (B 14) carries two quite different "labels": on the one hand cultural mile, on the other city highway. On the western edge of the city center are the Hospital Quarter with the partially rebuilt Hospital Church (in the "New Suburb") and a number of cultural facilities. To name are the Liederhalle and the Linden Museum, in between the historic Hoppenlaufriedhof, then the Katharinenhospital and the banking district with the Friedrichsbau and the stock market. South of the Katharinenhospital on the Kriegsbergstraße there is a green area, the "Stadtgarten", there on the Schellingstraße and Keplerstraße lie parts of the university, the former technical college, especially three skyscrapers and the university library. Two of the skyscrapers are the Kollegiengebäude near the main station, the third is the Max Kade dormitory at the Liederhalle. The northern boundary of the district forms the Europaviertel, whose area until the 1980s occupied a freight yard. In the spring of 2002, work began on rebuilding the area. In the Europaviertel you will find the new location of the public library, which was previously located in the Wilhelmspalais, where a city museum is to be established.
Room Type

Entire home/apt


Property Type

Apartment


Accommodates

4


Bedrooms

1

Stuttgart, BW, Germany

In the middle of the city centre at the "Hans im Glück" fountain you will experience Stuttgart at on of the most beautiful places above the roofs of the city. DREAMING "IN STUTTGARTS CENTER": - ca. 35 sq.m. apartement with friendly and bright interior and balcony.
Dear guests, welcome to Stuttgart! DREAMING "IN STUTTGARTS CENTER": In the middle of downtown Stuttgart you will experience the city at one of the most beautiful places over the roofs of the city. Here is the approx. 35 square meter large apartment with balcony. It is furnished in a bright and friendly style with parquet. The bathroom has a shower cabinet, a toilet and is equipped with hand and bath-towels and a hair dryer. The dwelling has TV and Internet. The kitchen is equipped with refrigerator, stove, glasses, cutlery, table-ware, agitating equipment, toaster, water heater, mess kit, and a coffee-machine. For desires, questions or anything else always turn yourself to the host Sebastian Schäffler. • The earliest check-in is possible from 01:00 pm and you can all check-in by yourself whenever you want on the journey day. • The latest possible check-out is at 11:00 am • The cleaning -inclusive towels and bedlinen exchange- is in the price included. Withe the stay of more than a week the cleaning happens once a week. In case of extreme contamination and/or destruction we will use a recalculation. • The dwelling is in the middle of the city. It has directly around the building restaurants, bars, Banks, pharmacies, and the main shopping street of Stuttgart. Of course the noise level from time to time is just like it is in the city center and is not characterised by a rural place. TRAFFIC ROUTES: •3 MINUTES TO foot TO the KÖNIGSSTRASSE (main shopping street) •1 MINUTE TO foot TO UNDERGROUND/COURSE/TAXI CONDITIONS •1 MINUTE TO foot TO VARIOUS MULTI-STOREY CAR PARKS •10 MINUTES TO the MOTORWAY A81 TOWARD HEILBRONN KARLSRUHE FRANKFURT AND MUNICH - SINGING - ZURICH FOR EMERGENCIES: • For POLICE call 110 • For FIRE-BRIGADE call 112 HOSPITALS FOR ACCIDENT CASES: • BÜRGERHOSPITAL • KATHARINENHOSPITAL • OLGAHOSPITAL WE WISH YOU A BEAUTIFUL STAY!!!
Quarter around the "Hans-im-Glück-Brunnen" Geissstrasse 13, Stuttgart A trendy district in Stuttgart's Old Town: Away from the Königstraße, the area around the Hans-in-Glück fountain has developed into a popular nightlife district in recent years. Whether for breakfast under the palm trees, lunch in the sun or parties until early in the morning - especially in summer, the charming place with a southern flair! The attitude to life: Dolce Vita. The sound: street musicians, laughter and scraps of music. The mood: unique! In May 1909, exactly 100 years ago, the quarter around the Hans-im-Glück-Brunnen was inaugurated in the Stuttgart city center after three years of renovation. This was preceded by extensive reconstruction work, during which dozens of houses had been demolished and replaced by new ones. After the oldest parts of Stuttgart's Old Town developed into a neglected district with unhygienic apartments, low light and air supply as well as a high risk of fire and epidemic in the course of the 19th century, a "new" old town was created on the initiative of the banker and social reformer Eduard Pfeiffer at Geiß-, Stein- and Eberhardstraße. Pfeiffer pursued the goal of making residential and shopping, commerce and traffic in the city center attractive again. The new buildings created a homely ambience on winding streets with high gables and arcades, fountains, oriels and figureheads. The more than 30, very varied designed buildings showed different roof shapes and facade details and were decorated with fairytale motifs, animal figures and façade paintings. No two houses resembled another, yet they harmonized with each other. Despite many changes, the appeal of the neighborhood has been preserved to this day. The square at the Hans-im-Glück-Brunnen was created in this form 100 years ago. How did it actually happen that the square still looks like a medieval dollhouse? Fairy-tale characters adorn gables, roofs and the fountain in the middle of the square. The houses stand modestly next to each other, none stands out, none destroys the harmony of the neighborhood. When the inner city quarter was completely renovated at the time, the city planners staged an ideal world of the bourgeoisie. Nowhere are more restaurants and bars crowded together than here: the award-winning ruben's stands for the special and the extraordinary The place has its own sound: its sound is woven of glasses, laughter, music and the clatter of heels crashing over the asphalt. Six bronze medallions show scenes from Grimm's fairy tale about Hans, who only found happiness when he lost all his possessions. Stuttgart, for example, is rich in charm and beauty on the square of the happy has-been. The fountain figure embodies a rugged peasant lad from the Fildern in a short jacket studded with silver buttons, which the artist encountered in the slaughterhouse. At the feet of the boy, a pig and six little ducks, who serve as gargoyles, cavort about. On the edge of the fountain bowl rises a grid-like wrought-iron enclosure with six bronze medallions, which tell the fairy tale of the same name in pictures. Above it is an ornate wrought-iron canopy, with a four-leaf clover rising from its top. On May 12, 1909, the Hans-in-Glück fountain was inaugurated as the crowning finale of the then Altstadtsanierung. The district of Stuttgart-Mitte is located at the bottom of the Stuttgart basin, whose edge is formed by the adjacent districts on a hillside. Center of the district and the entire state capital is the Königstraße, one of the longest pedestrianized shopping streets in Europe, along which most of the well-known department stores and shops are represented, as well as the Schlossplatz with the Kunstmuseum, the Königsbau and the Neues Schloss. In direct neighborhood is the Schillerplatz with the old castle and the collegiate church. Further southwards follows the market square with the town hall, the Tagblatt tower and, separated by the Hauptstätter Straße, the Leonhardskirche as well as the bean and the Heusteig quarters. East of the Schlossplatz, in the area of the Konrad-Adenauer-Straße and the Upper Schlossgarten, are the state parliament and the state theater as well as the Staatsgalerie, the Württembergische Landesbibliothek and the Wilhelmspalais on the other side of the street. The Konrad-Adenauer-Straße (B 14) carries two quite different "labels": on the one hand cultural mile, on the other city highway. On the western edge of the city center are the Hospital Quarter with the partially rebuilt Hospital Church (in the "New Suburb") and a number of cultural facilities. To name are the Liederhalle and the Linden Museum, in between the historic Hoppenlaufriedhof, then the Katharinenhospital and the banking district with the Friedrichsbau and the stock market. South of the Katharinenhospital on the Kriegsbergstraße there is a green area, the "Stadtgarten", there on the Schellingstraße and Keplerstraße lie parts of the university, the former technical college, especially three skyscrapers and the university library. Two of the skyscrapers are the Kollegiengebäude near the main station, the third is the Max Kade dormitory at the Liederhalle. The northern boundary of the district forms the Europaviertel, whose area until the 1980s occupied a freight yard. In the spring of 2002, work began on rebuilding the area. In the Europaviertel you will find the new location of the public library, which was previously located in the Wilhelmspalais, where a city museum is to be established.
Room Type

Entire home/apt


Property Type

Apartment


Accommodates

2


Bedrooms

1

Stuttgart, BW, Germany

Die Wohnung (2 separate Schlafzimmer) für 1-4 Personen liegt mitten im Zentrum. Also ideal für Städtetrip und Nachtleben. Trotzdem ist es sehr ruhig. Der Schlossplatz und die Königsstraße können Sie in wenigen Minuten per Fuß erreichen. Die Haltestellen Stadtmitte und Feuersee, das GERBER und einige Supermärkte befinden sich gleich um die Ecke. Donnerstags ist die Ankunft nicht vor 20:00 Uhr.
Trotz der optimalen Lage ist die Wohnung ruhig und in wenige Minuten zu Fuss, ist man mittendrin in Stuttgart-City.
Stuttgart ist eine internationale Stadt. Menschen aus etwa 170 Nationen leben hier zusammen. Mit 70 Prozent Waldanteil und Halbhöhenlagen ist S-West der grünste Stadtbezirk und gleichzeitig im Kessel der am dichtesten besiedelte Stadtteil der ganzen Republik.
Room Type

Entire home/apt


Property Type

Apartment


Accommodates

4


Bedrooms

2

Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

In the middle of everything .
It is 2 rooms Apartment , 1 bedroom , and 1 loving room It has the best Location , everything isvä near to the Appartment
Nice and quit , es ist Rühig
Room Type

Entire home/apt


Property Type

Apartment


Accommodates

3


Bedrooms

0

Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Meine Unterkunft befindet sich im Herzen Stuttgarts und ist in der Nähe von Kunst / Kultur / Bars / Restaurants. Du wirst meine Unterkunft lieben wegen Lage / Leute. Meine Unterkunft ist gut für paare, alleinreisende abenteurer, geschäftsreisende und Familien (mit Kindern). U-Bahn und Bus-Haltestellen befinden sich direkt vor Haustür. Rewe / Lidl / DM / Vapiano / Feinkost alles zu Fuß erreichbar (5-10min)
Die Wohnung liegt in einer sehr zentralen Lage im Stuttgarter Westen und mit einer sehr guten öffentlichen Verkehrsanbindung. Alles was man braucht kann man zu Fuß erreichen die Innenstadt von Stuttgart oder Einkaufen bei Rewe / Lidl / DM / Vapiano/ Feinkost / BurgerKing etc.
Room Type

Entire home/apt


Property Type

Condominium


Accommodates

2


Bedrooms

1

Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Eine wunderschönes Appartment in der Mitte Stuttgarts, in direkter Nachbarschaft zum Rathaus . Das modern eingerichtete Appartment verfügt über eine komplette Einbauküche mit allem was Du zum Kochen brauchst . Im Wohnzimmer gibt es ein Klappsofa 140 breit zum Schlafen .
A beautiful apartment in the center of Stuttgart, right next to the town hall. This modern apartment has a full kitchen with everything you need for cooking. In addition to a coffee machine are also internet, TV, and many other facilities. The apartment is on the 5th OG. Possible (lift up to the 4th floor) and a great view of Stuttgart center. The apartment is for 1-2 people, but it can be one more person will be accommodated. All studios have an extra sleeping space in the living room. The apartment is located in the historic heart of the city and you have to breastfeed around the building of shops, catering establishments, banks, pharmacies, etc. to meet your needs. In 5 minutes walking distance of the main shopping street (King Street) - theaters, museums, opera, etc. are also just minutes away. The subway / train is just 2 min / 1 min taxi rank on foot, by car you are. in 10 minutes on the motorway A81 towards Heilbronn and Karlsruhe-Frankfurt-Munich-Zurich-singing
Viele Bars in 3 Gehminuten entfernt, die tollsten Läden zum Einkaufen, die Königsstrasse ist 4 Minuten entfernt.
Room Type

Entire home/apt


Property Type

Apartment


Accommodates

2


Bedrooms

1

Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany

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