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Free Walking Tour of Stuttgart

Original Free Tour of Stuttgart

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Discover the city of Stuttgart with fun guides and great company. We start in front the tourist info office outside the main train station (yellow umbrella).

  • Great for all ages
  • Pay what you feel it is worth!
  • Also available in Spanish and German

***Please book for free to guarantee a spot ***


Groups of 1-9
University group Package 10-15 Students

Stuttgart Walking Tour – Get your feet ready

When Stuttgart comes to mind, it’s often associated with renowned companies like Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, and Bosch. However, beyond its status as a technological powerhouse, Stuttgart is rich in history waiting to be discovered amidst its streets adorned with statues of lions, deer, and horses. Curious to uncover the stories behind these intriguing landmarks?

This guided tour offers an immersive journey through some of Stuttgart’s most significant historical sites and showcases Stuttgart’s reputation as a renowned wine-growing region.

While on our tour, we’ll pass by the House of History, which houses a memorial center dedicated to Claus Graf Stauffenberg. If the name rings a bell, you might recall Tom Cruise’s portrayal of Stauffenberg in the World War II thriller “Valkyrie,” where he attempts to assassinate Hitler. Claus, a native of Stuttgart, played a significant role in the operation.

Among many other significant sites, the walking tour includes a visit of the inner courtyard of the Old palace, a historic landmark dating back to the 10th century. We’ll also pass by the Bunker Hotel, a remarkable conversion of a WWII bunker.

Our knowledgeable guide will entertain you with captivating tales of Stuttgart’s past, along with insider tips on sightseeing, dining, and must-try experiences to enhance your visit.

Join us on this unforgettable tour of Stuttgart, where history, culture, and fun intertWINE. Book your tour now and let’s embark on a journey through the Swabian capital!