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The best tips for exploring Stuttgart

For four weeks, Football took centre stage in our Host City Stuttgart: During UEFA EURO 2024 (14 June to 14 July), five European Championship matches have taken place in the Baden-Württemberg state capital, including one appearance by the German team in the group stage and one quarter-final game. Many thousands of guests from all over the world were expected. Stuttgart gave UEFA EURO 2024 what it deserved: a festival of football that turned the whole city into a stadium, welcomed its guests in a cosmopolitan and warm manner and had even more to offer off the pitch.

Stuttgart during the UEFA EURO 2024

Places of interest and sightseeing

There are many ways to explore the vibrant city of Stuttgart and its surroundings. In addition to the popular hop-on/hop-off bus tours, there are guided tours to suit every taste: connoisseurs introduce guests to the unique culture and tradition of the Host City. In doing so, they ensure that a visit to Stuttgart is an unforgettable experience on and off the football pitch.

© Stuttgart EM Shooting, Schlossplatz
© Stuttgart EM Shooting, Pavilon Schlossplatz
© Stuttgart EM Shooting, Viewing platform Birkenwaldstraße
Stuttgart Highlights

The seven top sights in the Host City

Schlossplatz, the Television Tower and Wilhelma – there are many sights that make Stuttgart unique. Here are seven great highlights of Baden-Württemberg's state capital.

Overnight stays in Stuttgart

The best campsites and motorhome pitches

More than one in five Germans enjoy spending their holidays on a campsite. Host City Stuttgart has a variety of excellent offers for the growing number of fans who appreciate the comfort of their own motorhome or tent when travelling – and of course also for UEFA EURO 2024. Here you can enjoy the freedom of travelling away from the hustle and bustle combined with the great leisure facilities of a metropolis.

Camping in Stuttgart

Close to the city centre and still in the countryside. Anyone who enjoys spending their leisure time in their own tent will find a wide range of campsites in Stuttgart to suit all requirements.

From the site in the centre of the city to the adventure farm and award-winning campsite by the forest lake, fans of campsites are guaranteed to find what they are looking for here.

Tip: An overview with a map and direct links to the sites can be found here.

Travelling Stuttgart by motorhome

If you want to explore the touristic and scenic highlights in and around Stuttgart by motorhome, you are spoilt for choice: shady forests, picturesque lakes and vineyards straight out of a picture book. The numerous pitches are located in peaceful natural surroundings and yet not far from the region's municipalities.

A total of more than 70 motorhome pitches are available in the region in and around Stuttgart. An overview with a map and direct links to the sites can be found here.

Quality criteria were developed as part of a funding programme for the establishment of motorhome parking spaces for the Murr/Bottwartal pilot area:

The parking spaces certified as part of the project are labelled accordingly on the map.

Tip: You can find great youth hostels and hotels here.

© Stuttgart Citytour; Blaue Tour
© Stuttgart Citytour; Blaue Tour
© Stuttgart Citytour; Blaue Tour
Explore Host City Stuttgart

Bus tours for individualists

It is one of the most popular ways to explore cities: Hop-on/Hop-Off-Tourenhop-on/hop-off tours, where visitors decide for themselves where they want to get off and how long they want to spend at each sight. There are three different routes in Stuttgart for anyone who wants to explore the city on their own terms. Each hop-on/hop-off ticket is valid for 24 hours.

Three bus tours for Stuttgart

Visitors can choose between these three varied tours:

Lokale Förderer

Baden Württemberg The Länd SWR Stadtwerke Stuttgart