Weekend Offer in Stuttgart

Weekend Offer in Stuttgart

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Spend your weekend in Stuttgart!

Use the weekend to explore Stuttgart! With our Weekend package you may look forward to 2 nights at the ARCOTEL Camino Stuttgart. With the StuttCard you can explore Stuttgart easily and conveniently. Every morning, our rich breakfast buffet awaits you, which offers a variety of high quality products as well as coffee specialties. Take a break and discover Stuttgart – there is something for everyone!

Our offer:

- 2 nights in the arrival period from Friday to Sunday

- Incl. extensive breakfast buffet

Conditions: Price includes breakfast. Your credit card will be charged the full amount at the time of booking. Changes not allowed. Cancellations not allowed. No refunds in the event of cancellation or no-show. Breakfast is not included. Minimum stay 2 nights. Arrival period Friday to Sunday.

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The Castles of Stuttgart

Stuttgart - the city of art and culture! Discover Stuttgart’s famous attractions and many more tips on how to make your stay even more enjoyable. Art and culture lovers will definitely enjoy the Kunstmuseums Stuttgart, the Württemberg State Museum and Staatsgalerie Stuttgart. The best thing is: All of the mentioned activities and many more are free of charge with the StuttCard!

  Benefits of the StuttCard: Free admission to all museums and many leisure facilities, discount on the Stuttgart Citytour

The New Castle

With the New Castle, Duke Carl Eugen von Wuerttemberg (1744 - 1793) had the last large Baroque residence castle facilities in Germany built. Today the New Castle is the home of the ministries of the Baden-Wuerttemberg state government and representation rooms.

New Castle
The Old Castle

The Old Castle goes back to a water fortress built in the 10th century for the protection of the stud garden (which gave Stuttgart its name). Today the museum places the history of the state from the stone age through the Celts until the modern times. The childrens museum "Junges Schloss" is also located in the Old Castle.

Old Castle
Solitude Palace

Duke Carl Eugen von Württemberg began in 1763 with the planning of the palace. Solitude Palace in Stuttgart is located on a panoramic hill on the outskirts of Stuttgart - and offers a magnificent view to the north towards Ludwigsburg.

Solitude Palace
Ludwigsburg Palace

The Ludwigsburg Palace is one of the largest baroque palaces in Europe and with three museums - the Baroque Gallery, the Fashion Museum and the Ceramics Museum - it is also one of the largest cultural centres.

Ludwigsburg Palace