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The number of overnight stays in the state capital Stuttgart is rising continuously. Last year, 2019, there was an increase of 4.5 %. Due to its good economic situation and high quality of life, the city is particularly attractive for tourists. In Swabia, however, people not only go on holiday, but also work, of course. A large number of fitters are employed in the city. For their work far from their own home, they need accommodation. With Monteurzimmer.de, workers and travellers can find inexpensive sleeping facilities in Stuttgart starting at 1,00 €. The contact to the landlord is simple and direct.
Worker Rooms in Quarters of Stuttgart
- Auf der Prag
- Bad Cannstatt
- Heilbronner Straße
- Stuttgart Mühlhausen
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Find your ideal accommodation from over 420 worker rooms in Stuttgart. About 630.000 people live in the state capital Stuttgart. Compared to other cities in Germany it seems rather small, but the city has many beautiful places to discover. The Stuttgart television tower, the Höhenpark Killesberg or the market hall in the city centre are just some of them. Look forward to a top gastronomy with Swabian delicacies and plunge into the hustle and bustle along the Königsstraße. Stuttgart is definitely a car city. There are a lot of companies like Porsche, Mercedes, Daimler etc. which have settled in and around Stuttgart.
Every year, several thousand workers and fitters are drawn to Stuttgart. If you are looking for a comfortable and inexpensive accommodation, our website Monteurzimmer.de will support you in all matters. Use the practical search filters to find a Monteurzimmer in the area around Stuttgart. In the list view you will get a listing of providers of rooms for fitters in the area of Stuttgart. In addition, you will also find guest houses, holiday apartments, hotels and much more. Have a look at the photos and information on the detail pages to get an exact impression of the accommodations in Stuttgart. See how the conditions are on site: Directions, furnishings, equipment, service, price, etc. If you are interested in a mechanic's room in Stuttgart, you have the possibility to contact the landlord via the inquiry form or by phone to book the room or to clarify last questions.
Weather Information for Stuttgart
The climate in Stuttgart is relatively mild and sultry due to its location in the wide Stuttgart valley basin. The region is additionally protected from winds by several mountain ranges. The average maximum temperature is 24.4 °C in August and the average minimum is -1.4 °C in February. May and June are among the rainiest months with a total of 23.8 days.
Current Traffic Situation in Stuttgart
Get to your destination quickly and safely - Find out where there are traffic jams, accidents, construction sites, speed camera reports or other impairments in road traffic in Stuttgart. For the latest news even while driving, you should also always have the radio on. On radio station 107.7 you will not miss traffic jam and speed camera reports.
Sights in Stuttgart
Stuttgart is not a city that is brimming with sights. Nevertheless there are several highlights worth seeing. Starting with the city library at Mailänderplatz. It is one of the most photographed buildings in Stuttgart and was designed by Korean architect Eun Young Yi. He has managed to play with clear lines and symmetry in such a way that one believes it is a computer simulation. In October 2011, the Central Library moved into the new building in the Europaviertel with a Graphic Library, a Music Library, the Central Children's Library and the Online Animation Library. A further highlight is the Stuttgarter TV tower. After a total construction period of 20 months, the television tower was opened in 1956 and is considered a raw model for television towers all over the world. With a total height of 217 meters, it towers above the city. From the visitor platform you can enjoy the 360° view of Stuttgart while having a cup of coffee. You can also continue your visit to the Stuttgarter Markthalle in the city centre. The listed Art Nouveau building was built in 1914 and enchants visitors with culinary delights at over 33 stands. From exotic fruits and rare vegetables to meat and sausage products of the highest quality, you will find a wide range of offers. A visit is worthwhile in any case!
The Stuttgart City Hall is also a real classic. Not only from the outside but also from the inside it is very fascinating. Externally, you can immediately recognise it by the 60.5 metre high clock tower that rises up into the sky. Inside there are regularly changing events. The city hall is especially known for its impressive carillon. There are a total of 30 freely suspended bells, which play well-known folk songs five times a day. Those interested in culture should not miss the Stuttgarter Staatsgalerie. On over 9000 square meters you can experience art history over a period of 800 years. The exhibition comprises 800 exhibits. In addition there are constantly changing special exhibitions. Discover tradition and modernity from the 14th to the 21st century. But Stuttgart is also known as a car city. In the Porsche Museum you can take a trip back in time into Porsche history. In 2009, the museum opened directly on the Porsche square. In the spacious exhibition room you can let everything work its magic on you and get an overview. More than 80 vehicles and several small exhibits such as the 356, 911 or 917 are waiting for you. The Schlossplatz is located in the centre of Stuttgart. You can't miss this place, because especially in summer many people relax on the meadow or at the fountain and enjoy the colourful hustle and bustle.
Top 5 Sights in Stuttgart
Popular Events, Fairs and Festivals in Stuttgart
What is the Oktoberfest in Munich, is the Wasen in Stuttgart. With around 4 million visitors, the Wasen is one of the most important folk festivals in Baden-Württemberg. People from all over the world visit the Cannstatter Volksfest every year, which takes place in the Neckarpark from the end of September to the beginning of October. More than 320 showmen and festival hosts provide for an exuberant atmosphere with rides, regional cuisine and marquees. Experience the exuberant atmosphere of the Stuttgart Wasen with gingerbread hearts, traditional costumes and rides. The grand finale is a spectacular musical firework display. In summer you can enjoy the annual Summer festival of Cultures. As the name suggests, different cultures come together here and offer delicacies from their home country on the market place in front of the town hall. You can listen to different artists and bands from all over the world on stage. Another highlight among the popular festivals is the Bohnenviertelfest. On four days in summer, Stuttgarts old town is transformed into a tranquil promenade. Small, charming street cafés and shops offer culinary delights. In addition to culinary delicacies there are also musical performances and a varied entertainment program.
Popular Events in Stuttgart
- Cannstatter Wasen (25.09.-11.10.)
- Spring Flea Market (17. Mai)
- Hamburger Fish Market Air (16.07.-26.07.)
- Summer Festival of Cultures (14.07.-19.07.2020)
- Bohnenviertelfest (23.07.25.07.220)
- Stuttgarter Summer Festival (06.08.-09.08.)
- Marienplatz Festival (02.07.05.07.)
- Heusteigsviertel Festival (26.06.-27.06.)
- International Festival of Animated Film (05.05.-10.05.)
- Stuttgarter Wine Village (26.08.-06.09.)
Swabian Delicacies - Maultaschen, Knöpfle & Spätzle
The culinary offer in Stuttgart is very extensive. Typical for the Swabian cuisine are egg pasta like Maultaschen, Spätzle and cheese noodles. Also stews and potato dishes are not to be imagined without. A bread plate with different sausages and cheese is also eaten with pleasure. A traditional dish in Schwabenländle is lentils with Spätzle. The cooked Spätzle are served with lentils soured in vinegar. They are served with string sausages or smoked belly bacon. In rustic wine taverns like the Weinstube Fröhlich, you can enjoy the down-to-earth cuisine. The region in and around Stuttgart is also known for its wine. In the middle of the city, the vines thrive and inspire with a long history of winegrowing.
Shopping Facilities, Gas Stations and Takeaway nearby
For your everyday needs for food or hygiene products there are many supermarkets in Stuttgart and other shopping facilities. The most common ones are Rewe, Tegut, Edeka, Kaufland and Spar. For larger shopping trips in Stuttgart, for example, you can go to the Milaneo Shopping Center or the Königsbau Passagen.
For missing building materials, there are do-it-yourself stores such as OBI, Bauhaus, tedox KG, Brillux or toom DIY stores throughout the entire Stuttgart city area. Filling up cheaply in Stuttgart? No problem! Have a look at the overview and compare the gas prices. In and around Stuttgart there are many Esso, Shell and RAN station gas stations to find. For car or transport rentals it is also advisable to look online and book in time.
A small snack during the lunch break is also provided. The typical Swabian cuisine spoils the palate with delicious egg pasta. In the overview there is a list of various snack bars in Stuttgart. With a little more time it is worth a visit to a typical rustic wine bar in Stuttgart. The menu convinces with traditional food and drinks.
Industrial Sites and Exhibition Grounds in Stuttgart
Industry is booming in Stuttgart. The trade fair centre in Stuttgart is the eighth largest in Germany and is located about 10 kilometres south of the city centre. With over 50 trade fairs a year in the fields of agriculture, technology, quality assurance and much more, it attracts around 1.1 million visitors every year. Among the most important industrial parks are the Industriepark Nagold Gäu and the Business park Hafen Stuttgart.
Public Transport Connections
The public transport system in Stuttgart is very well developed. Every day there are about 500 light rail vehicles and buses of the Stuttgarter Straßenbahn AG as well as numerous suburban trains of the Verkehrs- und Tarifverbund Stuttgart. From early morning until late at night, around 1 million people use public transport every day. SSB AG has been active in Stuttgart for 140 years. It is one of the most modern local transport companies in Germany.
Connection to the main railway station
S-Bahn: S1, S4, S5, S6, S60
U-Bahn: U2, U5, U6, U11, U14, U15, U29, U34
Bus: X1, 40, 42, 44, N2, N3, N4, N10
Connection to Stuttgart Airport
S-Bahn: S2, S3
Save on the Road in Stuttgart
Stuttgart is a very safe and clean city. The police are increasingly present in the city centre to ensure the safety of the residents. Nevertheless, always take care of your valuables and be especially attentive at tourist locations. For further information on the security situation, please click here.
Insider Tips for your visit in Stuttgart
Stuttgart has been clearly underestimated so far, as the city on the Neckar has some interesting highlights off the beaten track. Starting with a real insider tip: the viewpoint at the teahouse in Weißenburgpark. The park is situated on a small hill and offers an ideal view over the city. The small teahouse is a popular open-air café and offers not only coffee but also other drinks and small meals. A real scene quarter is waiting in the west of the city. The Heusteigviertel is characterized by the Wilhelminian and youth style and accommodates many small shops and nice cafés. On almost every corner there is a shop, because due to the location in front of the city gates, the inhabitants wanted to be well supplied. Just 15 minutes away from Stuttgart main station you can find Esslingen am Neckar. Here one half-timbered house follows the next and gives the old town a medieval flair. Especially the rust-coloured town hall is not to be missed! A special highlight is the Esslingen castle. Over a short ascent one comes up and can let the view wander over the city. In winter the city attracts many tourists to visit the medieval Christmas market.
All Questions regarding Corona Virus in Baden-Wuerttemberg:
- State Health Office Baden-Wuerttemberg
- Hotline: 0711 904-39555
- daily from 9 am to 6 pm
For more information see our article on COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
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