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Districti de Stuttgart

 

Bad Cannstatt

Bad Cannstatt

Bad Cannstatt is the oldest district and also  the district with the highest population of Stuttgart. Bad Cannstatt consists of 18 boroughs. Here the football matches of the national league „Bundesliga“ take place in the Mercedes-Benz arena. Other sport and cultural events take place in the Schleyer hall and the Porsche arena. More than one hundred thousand people visit these events year after year.The town district at the Neckar side offers a very good infrastructure: Here you may find an exclusive shopping area with many retail stores, a weekly market, a modern shopping mall and several big medical centers and hospitals.

public transport: S-Bahn: S1, S2, S3
U-Bahn: U1, U2, U13, U14
Buslinien 52, 54, 55, 56, 58, Nachtbusse N5, N6
Parks: Kurparkanlagen Bad Cannstatt, Rosensteinpark, Travertinpark, Wilhelma - Zoologisch-Botanischer, Garten Stuttgart
points of interesrt: Israelitischer Friedhof Sparrhärmlingweg, Mercedes-Benz Arena, Mercedes-Benz Museum, Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde Stuttgart, Schloss Rosenstein, Botanischer und Zoologischer Garten.

Birkach/ Plieningen

Birkach/ Plieningen

In the 18th century the first industrial school of Württemberg was established here by the priest of Birkach. Today Birkach is one of the smallest boroughs of Stuttgart. It is administered together with Plieningen. In the suburb one can escape the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy the idyllic and quiet location. Birkach is said to be particularly family-friendly. Additionally to several playgrounds a Youth Farm project is started here.

Traffic:
S-Bahn: S1, S2, S3
U-Bahn: U3
Bus 65, 70, 71, 74, 76, Nightbus N8

Parks:
Schlossgarten Hohenheim, Botanischer Garten Hohenheim

Sights:
Franziska Kirche, Kirche St. Vinzenz Palotti

Plieningen

Plieningen is a borough of opposites; rural on the one hand and modern, future-oriented and young on the other hand. Until today a small-town building development survived in the old town centre which shows the agriculturally coined past of the borough. People living here value the proximity to the nature, the balanced mixture of trade and services and good recreational facilities.
Included in the town area is the University of Hohenheim providing international and high-level studies and research in the fields of agricultural, natural and economic sciences. Hence, the borough became home for many international students.

Traffic:
U-Bahn: U3
Bus 70, 73, 74, 76, 79, 122, Nightbus N8

Parks:  Universität Hohenheim - Hohenheimer Gärten

Sights: Heimatmuseum Plieningen, Schloss Hohenheim

Botnang

Botnang

The combination of nature and metropolitan area is perfect in Botnang. Although the district is in the middle of the woods, it takes you only a few minutes by car or public transport system to the Stuttgart city centre. A very well working infrastructure, many leisure possibilities and a well-balanced cultural offer make this part of Stuttgart a very much popular living area. The inhabitants of Botnang are very happy with their residential sphere. The historic old city center, modern flats and cultivated single-family houses design the appearance of Botnang.

Public transport: U-Bahn: U2, U9
Buslinien 91, Nachtbus N2
Parks: Alter Friedhof Botnang, Grünanlage Klinglerstraße
Points of interest: Auferstehungskirche Botnang, Kuckucksbrunnen

Degerloch

Degerloch

Degerloch was suburbanized by Stuttgart in 1908. Until the 19th century the quiet suburb was coined by agriculture and winegrowing. However, the townscaped changed rapidly: In order to decrease the distance to Stuttgart, the Neue Weinstege was built, additionally, in 1884 a cog railway was built.
Due to the well good transport links Degerloch is a popular place to live. In 1880 first summer residences were built at the edge of the borough. A neighbourhood of stately mansions developed.

Traffic:
U-Bahn: U5, U6, U8, U12,
Zahnradbahn „Zacke“ zum Marienplatz
Buslinien 70, 71, 73, 76, 77, 78, 806, Nachtbus N8, N9, N10

Parks:
Santiago-de-Chile-Platz, Waldau

Sights:
Fernsehturm, Weinwanderweg "Stadtmitte bis Degerloch"

District Böblingen

District Böblingen

The situation within Stuttgart region and close to Schwarzwald makes the district attractive. It is composed of 26 cities and communities, among these several bigger district towns (Böblingen, Herrenberg, Leonberg and Sindelfingen). Which became popular by hosting several international congresses, fairs, as well as cultural and sports events.

Economy:
Known as business location, the district Böblingen is coined by its export-oriented economy. The economic structures are marked by a wide range of high-quality products as well as a balanced mixture of small, medium-sized and large scale enterprises.
Multiple specialists made the region known on the world-market for not only producing cars and communications technologies. However, the district provides more than a powerful economy. It is coined by beautiful landscapes as the Glemsforest and the Gäu-scneries. Furthermore, it is a cultural pulsating area providing diverse recreational opportunities.

District Böblingen

District Böblingen

The situation within Stuttgart region and close to Schwarzwald makes the district attractive. It is composed of 26 cities and communities, among these several bigger district towns (Böblingen, Herrenberg, Leonberg and Sindelfingen). Which became popular by hosting several international congresses, fairs, as well as cultural and sports events.

Economy:
Known as business location, the district Böblingen is coined by its export-oriented economy. The economic structures are marked by a wide range of high-quality products as well as a balanced mixture of small, medium-sized and large scale enterprises.
Multiple specialists made the region known on the world-market for not only producing cars and communications technologies.
However, the district provides more than a powerful economy. It is coined by beautiful landscapes as the Glemsforest and the Gäu-scneries. Furthermore, it is a cultural pulsating area providing diverse recreational opportunities.

District Esslingen

District Esslingen

The district Esslingen being the home for more than 500,000 inhabitants is one of the most densely populated districts of Germany. It has one of the lowest unemployment rates throughout Germany. Via roads, rails, by airplane or by ship, the district has perfect connections to the metropolises of Europe. The airport of Stuttgart as well as the fairground is located in the district.
The economic region is leading which is partly caused by its balanced composition of world-leading enterprises, small- and medium-sized enterprises. In the last years the district developed to a centre of German printing industry. The settlement of young and innovative companies in the field of biotechnology emphasized the potential for growth of the field in the district.
The district provides a wide offer of educational institutions, which cooperate with  the economy. Although, many industrial enterprises are located in the district, Esslingen has wide nature and landscape conservation areas, labelled by UNESCO (Schwäbische Alb).

District Göppingen

District Göppingen

In this district outstanding economic framework conditions and appealing landscapes, implying high recreational value, are combined. Hence, the district is an attractive business location and scores high in terms of quality of life.

Economy:
Large and worldwide known corporations such as Märklin, Schuler and WMF value the location as well as small-scale and middle-scale companies. All of these benefit from the proximity to research facilities and corporate networks, as for example the expert network mechatronics, which facilitates transfer of knowledge and technologies.
Göppingen is well connected and has a well-established infrastructure, including good connections to the airport and Stuttgart city-centre and Ulm.

Nature:
The nature is particularly charming and coined by orchards and invites one to biking, hiking or just relaxing in one of the mineral springs Bad Boll, Bad Ditzenbach and Bad Überkingen.

District Ludwigsburg

District Ludwigsburg

The district Ludwigsburg is the heart of the old traditional Württemberg countryside. It is surrounded by diverse landscapes. The district includes 39 communities, houses approximately 500,000 million people. The dynamic development of the district can be seen by the various, very modern, residential areas around the traditional and historic villages and town centres.

Economy:
Significant industrial and business settlements provide high-qualified and attractive jobs. Special focus in the district lays on engineering, vehicle construction and electrical engineering. In addition to numerous small- and medium scale enterprises worldwide known corporations such as Bosch, Porsche, Trumpf and Mercedes-AMG are located here. Furthermore, the district developed to a demanded location for many Hightech-enterprises and service suppliers.

The district is very attractive due to the balanced mixture of nature, economy and culture.

District Rems-Murr

District Rems-Murr

In total 31 cities and communities build the district. Around 400,000 inhabitants live here.

Economy:
The district is an attractive location for small- as well as medium-sized companies. The trade and industry structures are multifaceted. Nearly 15% of all employees work in the field of engineering.

Nature:
In 1979 the Schwäbisch-Fräkisch wildlife park was founded. The nature invites to hike, bike ride or swim in summer. In winter the hill tops are popular destinations for skiing and sledging. The historic Limes Germanicus is situated in the wildlife park.

Feuerbach - Weilimdorf

Feuerbach

Feuerbach is the home of some world market leaders like Porsche, Bosch, Dürr, Behr and others. Not only the industry but also private people like the location of Feuerbach as their hometown. Nice and interesting places like the „Feuerbacher Tal“ or the nature resort Lemberg with his vinyards invite for a break or short daytrip. Newly developed residential areas and a perfect infrastructure are good arguments to live here. You can easily reach Feuerbach via Metro and S-Bahn from all over the Stuttgart region and of course it also works the other way round as well. Manifold cultural facilities like the „Theaterhaus Stuttgart“, the music center and music school, a public library, galeries and art workshops enhance the standart of living in Feuerbach as well as the sports center and lots of offers for seniors, juniors and kids.
The main shopping road „Stuttgarter Strasse“ in Feuerbach’s city center and numerous different shops and pubs attract clients of the whole region.
Public transport:
S-Bahn: S4, S5, S6, S60
U-Bahn: U6, U13
Buslinien 91, 99, 401, 501, 502, 503, 508, 591, Nachtbus N3, N4

Weilimdorf

Especially „Weilimdorf“ is a very sought after borough of Feuerbach. Attractive residential areas are combined with a high recreational value. Weilimdorf also hosts one of the most inventive commercial parks oft he region for international companies and service providers. The „Solitüdestrasse“ is a cultural monument and worth looking.
Public transport:
S-Bahn: S6, S60
U-Bahn: U6, U13
Buslinien 90, 612, Nachtbus N3
Parks: Fasanengarten, Lindenbachsee
Points of interest: Jagdpavillon im Fasanengarten, Windkraftanlage Grüner Heiner, Linde - ehemalige Vogtei in Weilimdorf

Münster - Mühlhausen

Münster

Münster, originally a farming village and winegrower’s village, was destroyed very hardly during the second world war. Therefore, Münster shows up today in a typical post war construction way. Its very efficient buildings can house many appartments. By infrastructural measures, the Neckar was made navigable, the Neckartalstrasse has been expanded up to  four lanes and trading companies have occupied most parts of the district. Today new industrial areas were developed.

Public transport:
U-Bahn:
U14,
Bus:
56, Nachtbus N5

Mühlhausen

On the other hand, there are in Mühlhausen high rise settlements with  social hot spots, but which have been developed very positively by a renovation program. Most parts of Mühlhausen have been constructed in the 50s. But there is also a quite new part of Mühlhausen which offers Generations-covering many new opportunities. One of the major topics of yesterday and today is to improve quality of living in Mühlhausen.

Public transportation:
S-Bahn: S5
U-Bahn: U2, U7, U15
Bus: 52, 54, 99, 401, 412, 508, Nachtbus N4
Parks: Naherholungsgebiet Max-Eydt-See, Schlosspark Mühlhausen
Points of interest: Palmäsches Schloss, Burgruine Hofen, Altes Rathaus Mühlhausen

Sillenbuch und Heumaden

Sillenbuch und Heumaden

The area Sillenbuch is composed of forest to nearly one-third. Many “city-slicker” are hence attracted to come here for recreation. As in Sillenbuch agriculture is of high importance for Heumaden as well. Today both boroughs are characterised by charming landscapes.

Traffic:
U-Bahn: U7, U8, U15
Bus 65, 66 131, Nightbus N7

Sights:
Altes Rathaus Heumaden, Altes Rathaus Sillenbuch, Wohnhaus Anna Haag, Sommeratelier G. Friedrich Zundel, Naturschutzgebiet Am Eichenhain

Stammheim - Zuffenhausen

Stammheim

Who identifies “Stammheim” only with the penal execution institution, acts wrong to the district. The district has developed very much and today it is - especially for young families - one of the most attractive districts. Some years ago, agriculture was the main source of income fort he population of Stammheim. Now Stammheim ist he most popular place fort he employees of the nearby industrial locations Stuttgart-Feuerbach, Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen, Kornwestheim and Ludwigsburg.

Public transport:
S-Bahn:S5
U-Bahn: U2, U7, U15
Buslinien 52, 54, 99, 401, 412, 508, Nachtbus N4
points of interest: Heimatmuseum Stammheim, Kinder-und Jugendhaus Stammheim

Zuffenhausen

Today Zuffenhausen is an industrial location with a long history. Zuffenhausen was an important industrial complex during the second world war. There are  many important enterprises  placed in Zuffenhausen, but Zuffenhausen is the home of Porsche. The Porsche AG has established here its Porsche car-museum. One of the most important tasks for the future in Zuffenhausen is the further development of social life and living. Modern residential districts have been built, old residential districts have been reconstructed and made much more attractive by renovation and traffic reassurance. Offers for senior citizens and families with children are enlarged. The aim is to further improve  the quality of living in Zuffenhausen.

Verkehr:
S-Bahn: S5
U-Bahn: U2, U7, U15
Buslinien 52, 54, 99, 401, 412, 508, Nachtbus N4
Points of interest:
Porschemuseum

Stuttgart City

Stuttgart-Nord

The district provides living space for about 26,500 inhabitants. The Stuttgart fair left the Killesberg in 2008 and hence, open spaces for a new residential area were created. About three-quarters of the companies are involved in the in the services sector until now. In the future the area will provide living and working space for several thousand new citizens.

Traffic:
Main station
S-Bahn: S4, S5, S6, S60,
U-Bahn: U5, U6, U7, U15,
Bus 43, 44, 50, Night-Bus N2

Parks:
Höhenpark Killesberg, Rosensteingarten, Chinagarten Stuttgart, Leibfriedscher Garten, Hermann-Lenz-Höhe

Sight-Seeing possibilities:
Höhenpark Killesberg, Killesbergturm, Theodor-Heuss-Haus, Weissenhofsiedlung

Stuttgart Mitte

Today it is a district of Stuttgart, however it was the initial area. Firstly mentioned in the 10th century as “Stutengarten” the old Stuttgart developed here prior to the real settlement expansion set in of the early 19th century caused by the industrialisation.
During the Second World War the historic centre was largely destroyed. Between the 50s and 60s the road network was rebuilt and expanded oriented towards the city-centre.
Although, dismantling of several traffic lanes was initiated for a short period, the city-centre is surrounded by the wide Theodor-Heuss-Straße, the Konrad-Adenauer-Straße and the Hauptstätter Straße.

Traffic:
Stuttgart main station
S-Bahn: S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6, S60,
U-Bahn: U5, U7, U9, U15,
Bus: 41, 42, 43, 44, 92, Night-Bus N1-N10

Parks: Schlossgarten, Stadtgarten, Chinagarten Stuttgart

Shopping:
Mitte is not only the political and cultural centre of Stuttgart but also the economic centre providing more than 300.000 m² of sales area. Most of it is connected to the pedestrian zone.

Stuttgart- Ost

The East of Stuttgart is highly diversified. While the boroughs Berg, Gaisburg and Gablenberg are coined by more medieval and rural atmosphere, the systematically constructed workers´ housing estates are located in the East as well (in the boroughs Ostheim and Raiteslberg). Mansions and spacious single- and multi-family homes are located half-way up the hill in the boroughs Gänsheide, Uhlandshöhe, Plettenberg, Buchwald, Frauenkopf. Industrial properties are along river Neckar.
Worth special highlighting are the borough Ostheim and the borough Frauenkopf. Ostheim being an former workers´ housing estate convinces with small townhouses and old, lovingly renovated and modernised “workers’ mansions”. Frauenkopf is one of the most popular boroughs to live especially because of the fantastic view.

Stuttgart- Süd

The borough developed in today´s form developed in 1956 and Heslach and Kaltental.
High-storey blocs in the in the valley bottom and bourgeois homes as well as mansions at the hillsides show the differentiating character of the South of Stuttgart. Karlshähe and the Weißenburgpark form green oases.

Traffic:
S-Bahn: S1, S2, S3
U-Bahn: U1, U14
Bus 92, Nightbus N1, N10

Parks:
Karlshöhe, Weißenburgpark

Sights:
Stadtmuseum Stuttgart, Städtisches Lapidarium, Weißenburgpark, Marmorsaal im Weißenburgpark, Silberburganlage und Karlshöhe

Stuttgart Mitte

Stuttgart Mitte

Today it is a district of Stuttgart, however it was the initial area. Firstly mentioned in the 10th century as “Stutengarten” the old Stuttgart developed here prior to the real settlement expansion set in of the early 19th century caused by the industrialisation.
During the Second World War the historic centre was largely destroyed. Between the 50s and 60s the road network was rebuilt and expanded oriented towards the city-centre.
Although, dismantling of several traffic lanes was initiated for a short period, the city-centre is surrounded by the wide Theodor-Heuss-Straße, the Konrad-Adenauer-Straße and the Hauptstätter Straße.

Traffic:
Stuttgart main station
S-Bahn: S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6, S60,
U-Bahn: U5, U7, U9, U15,
Bus: 41, 42, 43, 44, 92, Night-Bus N1-N10

Parks: Schlossgarten, Stadtgarten, Chinagarten Stuttgart

Shopping:
Mitte is not only the political and cultural centre of Stuttgart but also the economic centre providing more than 300.000 m² of sales area. Most of it is connected to the pedestrian zone.

Stuttgart Region

Stuttgart – Region:

The region Stuttgart is composed of 179 cities and communes and divided into several administrative districts (Böblingen, Esslingen, Göppingen, Ludwigsburg, Rems-Murr and the provincial capital Stuttgart). About 2,7 Millionen people originating from more than 170 countries live in the region. Next to its high the development in technology and economic force the region is known for its high standard in quality of life.

Economy:
The region Stuttgart is one of the most significant and successful economic sites of Europe (business-like and industrial). Although, it is significantly influenced by global players as Daimler Daimler, Porsche, Bosch, IBM and Hewlett Packard the region is special because of its mixture of global players and multiple medium-sized enterprises. The economy convinces with its high degree in export strength: Every second Euro is earned by exports.

Infrastructure:
Located within the economically strong triangle of Frankfurt – Munich – Zurich the region has an excellent established infrastructure. Stuttgart is connected to one of the most important European railway lines the “Magistrale for Europe”. The local traffic system (Verkehrs- und Tarifverbund Stuttgart VVS) is close meshed and highly frequented.

Quality of living:
In national as well as international surveys relating to quality of living Stuttgart scores under the top 5 regularly. Vineyards being almost in the city, meadow orchards, historic castles and baroque palaces as well as hilly landscapes and the valley of Neckar river coin the region. Furthermore, the region provides its people with widespread and diverse recreational opportunities.

Stuttgart Süd

Stuttgart-Süd

The borough developed in today´s form developed in 1956 and Heslach and Kaltental.
High-storey blocs in the in the valley bottom and bourgeois homes as well as mansions at the hillsides show the differentiating character of the South of Stuttgart. Karlshähe and the Weißenburgpark form green oases.

Traffic:
S-Bahn: S1, S2, S3
U-Bahn: U1, U14
Bus 92, Nightbus N1, N10

Parks:
Karlshöhe, Weißenburgpark

Sights:
Stadtmuseum Stuttgart, Städtisches Lapidarium, Weißenburgpark, Marmorsaal im Weißenburgpark, Silberburganlage und Karlshöhe

Untertürkheim - Obertürkheim

Untertürkheim

Untertürkheim is one of the leading industrial locations of Württemberg. This development was initiated by Daimler, Mercedes Benz company and Robert Bosch at the beginning of 20th century. By construction of new row house settlements starting already in 1911 and later enlargements of these settlements, it was prevented that Untertürkheim became a pure industrial location. Until today Untertürkheim has also remained as a winegrowers place.
public transport:
S-Bahn: S14, S10, S1,
U-Bahn: U4, U13
Bus: 60, 61
Points of interest: Weinkulturlandschaft, Grabkapelle,

Obertürkheim

The district of Obertürkheim consists of Obertürkheim and Uhlbach. While Obertürkheim has developed over the decades to a very important industrial location, Uhlbach has preserved his agriculture and wine economy till today. The attractive topography between Neckar Valley and the “ Schurwald”, surrounded by vineyards , as well as by the numerous footpaths, Obertürkheim and Uhlbach have developed to a popular greenbelt recreation area of the inhabitants of Stuttgart. The present aim of Obertürkheim, to promote further the quality of living, will be achieved among other things by the transformation of streets and houses, improvement of the offer of child care and improvement of infrastructure.
Public transport: S-Bahn S 1

Vaihingen - Möhringen

Vaihingen

About 20,000 people study and work at the university of Stuttgart and her institutes in Vaihingen.
Some student residences and faculties are lying directly at the edge of the forest.
Very famous research facilities like the Fraunhofer – Gesellschaft, the German Center for air and space, die Hochschule der Medien and the Max –Planck- Gesellschaft have settled down here. People living in this district, love beside the nature, the many possibilities of shopping in the Vaihinger market with his well-preserved "Fachwerkhäusern ".
Nowadays Vaihingen is also liked because of his good connection to the public transportation and the road system. It is very close to the airport, the Stuttgart fair and is recommended as a residential and economic location.
Looking only at the "synergy park", the largest industrial area of the capital town of Baden Würtemberg, there are about 700 enterprises from service, trade, publishing, producing and trade.
Public transport:
S-Bahn: S1, S2, S3
U-Bahn: U1, U3, U8, U12
Buslinien 80, 81, 82, 84, 91, 92, 746-749, 751, Nachtbus N1, N10
parks: Fanny-Leicht-Park, Feuerseeanlage Rohr, Feuerseeanlage Vaihingen, Stadtpark Vaihingen
sight seeings: Observatorium

Möhringen

One of the big advantages of Möhringen is its modern social and infrastructural environment.  Möhringen has a wide set of shopping centers and manifold public facilities like schools and high schools, public wellness centers and outdoor pools. Möhringen with its good housing opportunities, its high standard of living, perfect connection to the city center, to the airport and the highway system and last but not least its high recreational value is a very sought after place to be. Lots of companies are situated here and are providing more than 36.000 jobs.
The famous SI-Center with two musichalls, six cinemas, the Stuttgart casino and two hughe wellness centers forms Stuttgarts biggest leisure project wich is one of the best in Europe.
Public transport:
U-Bahn: U3, U5, U6, U8, U12
Buslinien 72, 73, 77, 76, 806, Nachtbus N8, N9
sight seeings: SI-Erlebnis-Centrum, Gottlob-Auwärter-Museum, Züblin-Haus

Wangen

Wangen

Between the „Wangener Berg“ and the river „Neckar“ Wangen is situated.Initially Wangen was an industrial suburb with different small production companies. Now commercial enterprises, service companies and high tech entities have settled here. The old cityscape is dominated by some old half-timbered houses and “Jugendstil” houses. Miraculous greenbelt recreation areas are the Wangener mountain and the Wangener height with footpaths through gardens and vineyards, nice lookouts, beergardens and old fashioned  restaurants. Wangen is a very family- and child-friendly place. Wangen has initiated subsidy programs against demographic change, making the town attractive for young families in order to position the town for the future.
Public transport: U-Bahn:U4, U9 und U13
Points of interest: Schillerlinde, Michaelskirche, ältestes Wohnhaus