Stuttgart In Your Pocket

Stuttgart has been described as the world’s biggest village, and it’s not only this paradox that makes it worth a visit. Nestled in the Neckar valley, one quickly gets the feeling of knowing the city, yet it is the third largest metropolitan area in Germany.

Picturesque hills surround the city and parks fill the calm centre, but the economy bustles with production in the automobile sector. Inhabited by a folk obsessed with cleanliness and tradition, Stuttgart is also home to one of the most technologically and research-driven areas in Germany.

Though the German national drink is beer, Stuttgart is Germany’s biggest winemaking area. Sausages are popular here, but Stuttgarters prefer the ravioli-like Maultaschen, inside which meat is hidden when they shouldn’t be eating any.

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