Train Nuremberg → Stuttgart
Duration 2h14 - From $26
A thousand years of history Few regions have the complex history of Nuremberg, Germany. A popular travel destination for history buffs, it has something to offer even the most jaded traveler. There’s the Germanisches National Museum, Germany’s most important museum of German culture featuring painters and sculptors, an archaeological collection, arms and armor, musical and scientific instruments and toys. The collection is remarkable, as you’d expect in the city that was once the undeclared capital of the Holy Roman Empire. Learn more about Nuremberg
Rev up your traveler engines Stuttgart, the capital of Baden-Wurttemberg (although many still call the area Swabia, its pre-World War II name), is known the world over as the "cradle of the automobile." It was in Stuttgart in 1871 that Gottlieb Daimler invented the first car. This creation is so ingrained in the city's heritage that the Stuttgart coat of arms is the same that graces the hood of every Porsche. Stuttgart was not always the industrial powerhouse it is today. Way back in the 13th century wine was the city's first source of income. Wine remained Stuttgart's leading source of revenue well into the 19th century. Even today, with more than 800 acres of vineyards, this industry continues to help the local economy. Such so, that the annual wine festival “Weindorf” celebrates this fruit of the vine. Learn more about Stuttgart
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