As summer turns to fall and days gradually turn shorter and colder, community members can continue to find opportunities to explore locally and engage in their interests.
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Here are my top favorite places in Stuttgart that everyone should check out, at least once!
Fasching (carnival) is celebrated in Stuttgart in February with parades and festivals.
Stuttgart’s Wilhelma zoo and botanical garden, in Bad Cannstatt features more than 1,000 animal species and 6,000 plants.
Enjoy the outdoors in Stuttgart this summer.
Palm Sunday is celebrated in Germany marking the beginning of Holy Week before Easter.
European football (soccer) fans in Stuttgart have two local teams to follow and attend a game. Get your tickets.
English-language classes in horseback riding are available at many locations in Stuttgart.
Winston Churchill once said, “No hour of life is wasted that is spent in the saddle.”
It’s a phrase that many children and adults have found to be true when they discover the world on horseback.
May to mid-October is the perfect time to explore the Rhine. Three stops along the Rhine River not to miss out on.
There are so many great fun and energetic activities the entire family can enjoy from theme parks to camping.
The Stuttgart Golf Course turned 60 in 2016 and celebrated with a special tournament and open house event.