Stuttgart and surroundings
A high level of hospitality is one thing that distinguishes the Hotel am Park. Its attractive location is the other. The trade fair centre, airport and Stuttgart city centre are quickly reached – and definitely worth a detour. But why go far afield: There is also plenty to do in the immediate vicinity of our hotel. For example, in the Siebenmühlental, which directly borders Leinfelden-Echterdingen. With its forest paths and historic mills, it invites you to hike and enjoy nature.
If you have any questions about the wide range of leisure activities on offer in the region, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Messe Stuttgart at the airport is one of the most important trade fair centres in Germany. Numerous trade and public fairs are held here throughout the year. The modern architecture and excellent transport connections make the trade fair a popular venue. Visitors can look forward to a wide range of topics such as automotive, technology, lifestyle, tourism and many more. Messe Stuttgart at the airport is an important economic factor for the region and an international meeting place for companies and visitors.
The Siebenmühlental is a scenic area near Leinfelden-Echterdingen, south of Stuttgart. It is known for its idyllic mills arranged along the Siebenmühlbach stream. The first mill was built here as early as the 16th century. Today, many of the mills have been restored and some house cafés and restaurants. The Siebenmühlental is also a popular destination for hikers and cyclists who want to enjoy the picturesque landscape.
The SI-Centrum in Stuttgart is a first-class entertainment destination. With its theatres, cinemas, bars and restaurants, it offers a diverse selection of entertainment options. For those seeking peace and quiet, there is also the Schwabenquellen, a wellness centre with a wide range of wellness and spa offers. In addition, the in-house casino invites you to gamble in style with poker and roulette. The SI-Centrum is the perfect place for an unforgettable experience that combines entertainment, relaxation and thrills.
Stuttgart Market Hall
Stuttgart’s Markthalle is a culinary hotspot in the city centre. Here visitors will find a wide selection of fresh food from the region and around the world. From fruit and vegetables to meat, fish and cheese to exotic spices and sweets – the variety is impressive. Small restaurants and snack bars also offer tasty treats. The market hall is a popular meeting place for locals and tourists and offers a special shopping experience.
The Mercedes Benz Museum in Stuttgart is a must for all car enthusiasts. Visitors can experience the history of the brand and the automotive industry up close on nine levels. Over 160 vehicles, including legendary models such as the first patent motor car from 1886, are on display. Interactive exhibits and multimedia presentations ensure a unique experience. The architecturally impressive building also offers a spectacular view of the city. The Mercedes Benz Museum is a highlight of any visit to Stuttgart.
The Stuttgart TV Tower is a 217-metre high tower and one of the city’s most famous landmarks. It was opened in 1956 and is the first TV tower in the world to be built of reinforced concrete. The tower offers a breathtaking view of the city of Stuttgart and the surrounding areas. In addition to a viewing platform, there is also a restaurant and café in the tower. The Stuttgart TV Tower is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike.
Stuttgart Airport is the sixth largest airport in Germany and serves more than ten million passengers annually. It was opened in 1939 and is located about 13 kilometres south of Stuttgart city centre. The airport is an important hub for international flights and offers connections to many destinations worldwide. It is also an important workplace and economic driver for the region, employing over 12,000 people in various industries.
Stuttgart’s main railway station is one of the most important transport hubs in Germany. It was opened in 1922 and offers an area of more than 40 hectares. The station is an important hub for national and international travel and is frequented by around 250,000 people every day. The main station is also a popular shopping centre with many shops and restaurants. In addition, it is an important hub for local transport connecting the city of Stuttgart with surrounding areas.