Vacation Apartment in Stuttgart - quiet in green area, central between downtown and New Fairgrounds… #2411
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Vacation Apartment in Stuttgart - quiet in green area, central between downtown and New Fairgrounds…
Centrally located between the city center and the fairgrounds, this 1-bedroom apartment comes with numerous features, including a DSL connection, a kitchenette, and yard access. It is especially suited for a single traveler or couple., key advantages: quiet in green area, central between downtown and New Fairgrounds, 1 living/family room with dining area, , clean, very comfortable, makes you feel at home, bright and inviting, , , There is parking in front of the house available for this object, Annette's neat apartment in Stuttgart, Vaihingen district: your home for the holidays. Bright room, DSL connection, cable TV, kitchenette, bathroom with tub and toilet. Parking spaces directly in front of the house. Nonsmoking house. Quiet green area. Centrally located between downtown and the New Fairgrounds.
Pricing A regular breakfast for one person—coffee or tea (self-prepared), bread, butter, jam, honey—costs € 3.50. A full continental breakfast with cheese, sausage, and eggs—costs € 0.80 more.
Location Stuttgart Airport: This unit is located conveniently near Stuttgart Airport. From Stuttgart Airport the distance to the unit at Robert-Leicht-Straße 113, 70569 Stuttgart is about 18 km (11.2 miles), approximately a 14 minutes drive by car. In addition, there are good public transportation options available for Stuttgart, in case you don't want to rent a car. At the top of this page is also a map with the exact location of the object.
Rate Summary: starting prices from USD $67-$82 for 1 person.
Additional Features: Internet Access, Central Heating, Refrigerator, Toaster, Television, Cable TV
Location: The house is situated uphill from downtown Stuttgart on Robert-Leicht-Straße 113, providing wonderful views of the Swabian Alps.
* quiet green location * central between downtown and the New Fairgrounds * good access to public transportation and highways * parking spots in front of property * nonsmoking Distances Conveniently located and yet so quiet, now that's something!!!
* 4-minute drive to junction Stuttgart-Vaihingen * 5-minute walk to S-Bahn Station "Universität" * 10 minutes to Main Railway Station with 1, 2, and 3 * 12 minutes to New Fairgrounds or airport with 2 and 3
Arrival:By Car Exit Stuttgart-Vaihingen = Intersection Stuttgart —> toward Vaihingen
* at the Leonberg Triangle, take the second right lane, the one with the straight-arrow sign, right after the bridge * at Ulm, keep to the far right * at Böblingen, keep going straight * Ampel —> straight * after about 400 m: the Esso gas station * take left lane, half-turn, at the gas station * about 1.5 km straight to the stop sign * straight passed it, until about 200 m By Plane Arrival at Stuttgart airport:
* S2 direction Schorndorf or S3 direction Backnang * both S-Bahn lines to Universität station * leave the station toward Wohngebiet Schranne * see below for further details By Train or S-Bahn Arrival Stuttgart Main Station, from train level to suburban railway (S-Bahn):
* S1 direction Herrenberg * S2 direction Flughafen/Filderstadt * S3 direction Vaihingen/Flughafen * all S-Bahn lines to Universität station * leave the station toward Wohngebiet Schranne * 5-minute walk: Öffnung in Lärmschutzwand * Libellenweg —> Viereichenweg —> left on Schrannenplatz * in Schranne, about 80 m —> Robert-Leicht-Straße * about 150 m to building No. 113
More travel info about Stuttgart: Stuttgart is the capital of Baden-Wuerttemberg and has a population of almost 600,000. Presently it is the 6th largest city in Germany. It is most famous for its automotive industry - both Porsche and Mercedes-Benz have their headquarters in Stuttgart and both have car museums. Besides the Stuttgart Zoo, be sure to check out the array of art museums that are located in the city. Although Stuttgart was largely destroyed in World War II, there are an array of older buildings and reconstructions that are worth visiting, including the Old Palace, the New Palace, and King William's Palace. Also, if you are interested in the history of television, take the time to view the Fernsehturm Stuttgart, the world's first TV tower.