USAG Stuttgart Housing Office Prior to selecting a location Verify internet strength and capability options through local internet providers. Determine availability of adequate, nearby parking. To reduce noise, consider whether there are the following within close proximity: Major Industrial area Ongoing or pending construction Proximity to train station, railroad, orRead More

USAG Stuttgart Housing Office Recognizing where you will be living during your tour at USAG Stuttgart is important, we want to share a little about what you can expect. Approximately 30 percent of the USAG Stuttgart community live in the 1,300+ on-base Family Housing units, with the remaining 70 percentRead More

USAG Stuttgart Environmental Office Figuring out how to sort trash and recycle environmentally friendly products in Germany can be quite complicated with different color bins and eco-labels. Germany has a very thorough waste sorting system with up to five or six different categories of waste and practices that vary fromRead More

USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs The traditional German manner of eating is to have a big, hearty warm meal at midday and have some bread, cheese and sausages or cold cuts in the evening. However, as times have changed, so have habits. Restaurants offer a wide variety of options ranging fromRead More

USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs Shopping in Germany can be a very positive experience and shoppers will find most of the same things that they’re used to back in the States. Upon arrival in Stuttgart, shopping is one of the first things many newcomers like to do. However, Stuttgart military communityRead More

USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs Public transport is the ideal way to travel in Germany and throughout Europe. With many forms of transit and a vast network of stops across the country, you don’t have to travel far to find a connection. Buying tickets can be done at stations, from aRead More

There are numerous castles, castle ruins, and former royal residences in the greater Stuttgart area, but six of the most central and well-known include the Residenzschloss in Ludwigsburg; and Altes Schloss, Neues Schloss, Schloss Solitude, and Schloss Rosenstein in Stuttgart.Read More

This is the first part of a three-part series that takes a look at what it’s like to live off-post, on-post and in the barracks at U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart.Read More