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Situ’s serviced apartments in Stuttgart have been selected especially for those travelling for business. Experience a relaxing home-from-home in our Stuttgart accommodation where guests can enjoy a fully-equipped kitchen, a comfortable bed, and a private and flexible space. Our serviced apartments in Stuttgart are conveniently located and have everything that the corporate traveller needs for a successful trip.
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Overview

Visit Stuttgart, the prosperous and energetic capital city of Baden-Württemberg, home of the Stuttgart Stock Exchange, the biggest German banks, and German automobile companies.


About Stuttgart

Why Choose Serviced Apartments in Stuttgart?

 

Our serviced apartments in Stuttgart cover all the needs of the corporate visitor. Each of our properties is furnished to a high standard and includes all modern facilities, such as an office area with a desk and high-speed internet connection. Well-equipped kitchens, laundry facilities, and smart TVs also come as standard. Or why not consider trying a Stuttgart aparthotel, where guests can use various on-site facilities such as a meeting room or gym.

Our business apartments in Stuttgart are a perfect solution if you are considering relocation. Take the stress out of the initial move and settle into your new locale with peace of mind. Browse our selection of serviced apartments in Stuttgart and speak to our team, who will be happy to help you.

 

Where is Stuttgart?

Stuttgart lies mainly in a valley known as the Stuttgart Cauldron and spreads across several hills. The city boasts a very convenient location, with many large German and foreign cities less than 250 kilometres away. The centre of Stuttgart is known as 'Stuttgart Mitte'.

Drive west along Motorway 8 for 80 kilometres to get to Rhein and the border with France. Zurich is 200 kilometres to the south down Motorway 81, while Austrian Innsbruck and Lichtenstein are just over 200 kilometres away to the south-east. Motorway 8 will take you east to Munich in just over two hours, or north-west to Frankfurt.

 

Invest in Stuttgart

Stuttgart offers exciting prospects for investment and development thanks to its reputation as the heart of the German finance and automotive industry. The city is known for its advanced infrastructure and transport connections, making it a superb location for research and manufacturing.

Stuttgart is a major hub of research and development for many industries. The automotive presence is very strong here, with Daimler-Chrysler and Porsche having major plants.

The main competitive advantage of industries in Stuttgart is the solid educational background of their employees, thanks to close connections with universities and scientific institutions in the city. As a result, Stuttgart has a thriving tech start-up scene. Its success is boosted by multiple collaborative platforms, bringing together young tech companies, potential investors, and competent advisors.

Whatever business brings you here, staying in one of Situ's serviced apartments in Stuttgart takes the stress out of your stay.

 

Living in Stuttgart

Stuttgart ranks very highly among the best places to live and is regarded as one of the least stressful cities to live in the world. This is the result of a lower than average unemployment rate and a large amount of available income. All these factors contribute to Stuttgart’s high level of safety, its healthy environment, and its superb healthcare.

The cultural scene in Stuttgart has something for everyone. The State Theatre, State Opera, and State Gallery offer a varied cultural programme all year round. Every August, the Summer Festival attracts over half a million music lovers with high-class performers.

A more down-to-earth side of Stuttgart (but just as exciting) is the Spring Festival in April and May, offering its 1.5 million visitors lively street entertainment, artisan beers, and local foods. Every summer Stuttgarter Wiendorf offers a tasting of over 500 local wines and regional food specialities.

Bohnenvierter is a lesser-known neighbourhood, the last remaining relic of old Stuttgart, which makes for a perfect escape for the day. It's ideal if you want to be away from the crowds and treat yourself to some antique or crafts shopping.

Escape for a day into one of 30 historic castles and palaces, resting among rolling green hills and valleys. Schloss Solitude, Teck Castle, and Ludwigsburg Palace make a lovely excursion. Go hiking in the Black Forest or the Swabian-Franconian Forest Nature Park, both of which are within a short drive of Stuttgart.

 

 

 

 

Transport

By Air

Stuttgart International Airport is twelve kilometres south of the city and its four terminals serve up to twelve million travellers every year. The easiest way to get to the city centre from the airport is by S-Bahn, which arrives at Stuttgart's central train station. Buses are a good option and taxis are also available.

By Rail

Stuttgart offers excellent public transport, and the best way to get to Stuttgart and around the city is by rail. Choose between 15 U-Bahn lines and 7 S-Bahn lines, ideal for inter-city travel. Nurnberg or Köln are just two hours away by train

By Bus

Stuttgart has a well-developed network of fifty bus lines around the city, all of them well-connected to railroad routes.

Multiple coach lines connect Stuttgart with other nearby cities. Frankfurt, Nurnberg, Köln, and Munich can be reached by coach, departing from Stuttgart Airport or Stuttgart Zuffenhausen and Vaihingen Bahnhof.

Stuttgart also offers a safe cycle path network.

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