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All reviews shopping street long street lots of shops nice street pedestrian area christmas market sunny day main station city centre train station walk around stroll zara hauptbahnhof shoes buskers hangout
Nothing much here. Strolling around and sitting on the sideboard beer gardens drinking booze are really the only options. Plenty of stores in the area, but more for window-shopping as it is possible to get the same goods for lower prices elsewhere. Not much quality...More
I visit here once every month. This is the happening place in Stuttgart. The walk from one end to another takes u from Benz to Bosch logos and at the same time also to many brands like Zara, espirit, amf, Christ, H&M etc. etc. Don't...More
The main drag. Lots and lots of stores, with a few restaurants and cafes along the way. Good days bring out many people as it can get crowded. If you can’t find what you need here, more than likely you don’t need it.
I was here for the German Unity Day and it was quite fun. Ideal for families with children, who can run around and enjoy. As someone who was travelling solo, there wasn't much to do except just take in the beauty of the architecture.
This is Stuttgart's main shopping street, and because it is a pedestrian street, you can stroll along without fear of getting hit by a car. Many shops and restaurants line this beautiful street, interspersed with old buildings and monuments. It connects many of the city's...More
The Königstrasse is the city's main shopping street, closed to traffic and filled with stores of all types, from clothing to shoes, toys, etc. Most of the stores are part of larger chains which makes shopping easy. If you look for more exclusive brands, you...More
We walked from the mall parking to the square in light snow. Nighttime, no wind, beautiful. Lots of people strolling. Many open shop in the old buildings converted to modern storefronts. The monument and castle across the plaza give this place an old european feel.