Here’s the Astute Way to Travel to Stuttgart
In 1871, Gottlieb Daimler invented the first car in Stuttgart. But that doesn’t mean the automobile is the best way to get around the city.
The Stuttcard, when combined with a VVS 3-day ticket, gives you travel on the city’s public transportation system. Plus, enjoy free or reduced admission to museums, spas, restaurants and tours including 20% off the 2 1/2 hour "City Tour.”
This city in the former Swabia region (today’s Baden-Wurttemberg) is really more than motoring. For centuries, and really, up until a bit over 100 years ago, wine was Stuttgart’s main export. Check out the history at the Museum of Viniculture – free with your card.
If you have the drive to see more, look no further than the Stuttcard. You can get behind the wheel of your own car back home.
Here’s what’s included:
- Choice of two validities the Stuttcard + VVS City Center for 3 days or the Stuttcard + VVS Entire Region for 3 days.
- Stuttcard + VVS Public Transportation City Center includes the Stuttcard and VVS public transportation ticket for the metropolitan city center for zones 10 & 20.
- Stuttcard + VVS Public Transportation Entire Region includes the Stuttcard and VVS public transportation ticket for the metropolitan city center and regions of Stuttgart for zones 10 through 77 and transportation to Esslingen and Ludwigsburg.
- VVS 3-day ticket allows travel on the public transportation system which includes the S-Bahn, U-Bahn and busses.
- Free or discounted admission to many museums, and discounts to theaters, spas, city tours, shops and restaurants.
- Guide book with tips and tour suggestions.
- Includes the trip between Stuttgart Airport and the city center.