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Most popular areas in Stuttgart for family-friendly hotels

Mitte, Stuttgart’s atmospheric city center, is a great choice for a family break. Here, you’ll find a host of conveniently located, kid-friendly hotels, and a wealth of museums, shops, and tempting eateries on your doorstep. There’s also a host of hotels to pick from in Stuttgart-Nord, where you’ll find the city’s best parks and recreation spaces, and spectacular family attractions like Wilhelma zoo. The nearby city of Sindelfingen, just a quick and easy train ride from Stuttgart center, is an enchanting blend of traditional and modern, with a bustling, fairytale-like old market square.

Top family-friendly hotels in Stuttgart

The Steigenberger Graf Zeppelin is a luxurious family-friendly hotel with first-rate facilities like a full-service spa, 3 gourmet restaurants, and a sleek lounge bar. Kids aged 6 and under can stay free, and extra rollaway beds are available. The ARCOTEL Camino is a stylish, centrally located hotel, where the spacious guestrooms come equipped with premium bedding, flat-screen TVs, free toiletries, and WiFi. The InterCityHotel Stuttgart is a gleamingly modern hotel, where you can enjoy a lavish breakfast buffet each morning, and take advantage of room service and business facilities.

Where to find the best restaurants in Stuttgart

Mitte is home to an eclectic array of restaurants serving tasty treats from all over the world. Reliable family favorites include American-style diners, where you can feast on juicy hamburgers and succulent chicken wings. In Stuttgart-West you’ll find kid-friendly restaurants serving traditional local fare. Swabian cuisine is simple and hearty, and even the fussiest of eaters will love dishes like käsespätzle, an irresistible German spin on mac and cheese. Stuttgart-Nord boasts cozy Italian trattorias, where you can gorge on mounds of home-made pasta, or authentic thin-crust pizza loaded with fresh, colorful toppings.

The most popular things to do in Stuttgart

Wilhelma, a sprawling zoo and botanical garden, offers an enchanting day out for young and old alike. Here, you can marvel at majestic Moorish architecture inspired by Spain’s Alhambra palace, wander through greenhouses full of fragrant tropical flowers, and come face-to-face with an amazing array of exotic creatures, from playful penguins to graceful giraffes. The Fernsehturm, or TV Tower, is the city’s most immediately striking landmark, soaring to a height of over 200 meters. Take a trip up to its observation deck for unrivalled panoramic views of the city and surrounding countryside. The Porsche Museum is another fun-packed treat for all ages. There’s an incredible collection of gleaming luxury cars to peruse, and a colorful interactive play area especially for kids.

Best ways to get around Stuttgart

Getting around Stuttgart is generally a hassle-free experience, even if you’re exploring with little ones in tow. Many major central attractions are within easy walking distance of one another, but the city also boasts an extremely efficient integrated public transport network, comprising trams, buses, underground trains, and overground trains. Inexpensive group tickets allow parents to travel with any number of children aged 17 and under, with unrestricted use of all modes of transport. Taxis are relatively costly, but become much better value for money if you’re traveling as a family.