D38***21amazing place, the staff is super kind, tickets are cheap and free entrance for kids. definitely a must see. the whole history of Mercedes and many fun facts from 20th century all displayed on the walls. they also have a gift shop, a restaurant, you can spend one whole day inside
摆渡修行Stuttgart is a must-see place for Porsche fans, driving a car to recognize his ancestors, to see his past life, far close to the neighborhood. Unlike the Mercedes Museum's diversity and richness, the Porsche Museum concentrated on his full-line sports car and classic racing, a real eye-catching. The museum looks like a boulder floating on the ground, supported by three V-shaped columns. The exhibition area is three floors in a non-departmental space and is free to walk around, not too big, but hundreds of cars are on display, along with the 356, 550, 911, 917 classic models, and Ferdinand Porsche Technical achievements since the early twentieth century can be roughly divided into three routes, one to showcase the history of Porsche and its technological development before 1948, one to arrange Porsche sports cars in chronological order and one to showcase the successive car showcases. In addition, Porsche owners, can make an appointment to visit the Porsche factory across the street, the site witness why you buy so expensive, due to the epidemic, the service canceled, can only stop.
逍遥Bear Lake is a nature reserve located near the Vahingen campus in Stuttgart
Although there is no stunning beauty, but elegantly reveals a refreshing comfort
It’s only a 20-minute walk from the student dormitory where I live, but I’ve only been there twice in the past six months since I came to Germany
While reminiscing for myself, I also show you this pure and tranquil scenery and feel the breath of nature.
真的在一起的时候Schiller Square is said to be the horse breeding house back then, and it is the only square that was restored in the original state after the war in Stuttgart. At the beginning of the 16th century, the Duke of Württemberg Friedrich commissioned the famous architect Heinrich Schickhardt to complete the design and construction of Schiller Square.
In the center of the square is a statue of German writer Schiller, completed in 1839 by a Danish sculptor. Schiller was born in Marbach near Stuttgart.
The buildings around Schiller Square are the Old Palace, the Old Prime Minister's Mansion Hotel (formerly the Prime Minister's Mansion), the Ministry of Justice (formerly the Prince's Mansion), the Monastery Church and the Musical Instrument Museum. These buildings are beautifully designed and luxurious, especially at the weekend market, which can make people imagine the prosperity of Stuttgart in the past.
泡泡龙他爸The predecessor of Hohenzollern Castle was built in the 11th century. It was later destroyed and eroded. It was rebuilt from 1850 to 1867 in a neo-Gothic style. It was the birthplace of the Hohenzollern family belonging to the King of Prussia and the German Emperor. territory. Hohen in German means noble. Compared with Neuschwanstein Castle, Hohenzollern Castle lacks a fairytale-like softness and melancholy, but it has the strength and fortitude of an armored warrior, and is full of heroism and masculinity. The glorious history of the Prussian dynasty. We first line up to enter the castle. The hall can only be followed by the explanation, and no photos are allowed. The entire castle is forbidden to use drones. The main thing is to visit the treasure house containing the crown of the last German Emperor Wilhelm II. There are a considerable number of artworks, stained glass windows and treasures on display in the castle, but the facilities are still rudimentary. No wonder the current prince only means staying a few days a year. On the afternoon of the day, the weather was clear and the blue sky was washing up. The courtyard square outside was matched with the clear blue sky, and the panoramic view of the Swabian Mountains and even the Black Forest was particularly magnificent. Enjoy the castle, statues and artillery against the background of blue sky and white clouds. The view of the plain below the mountain. There are also a royal chapel, a restaurant and a gift shop in the castle, and I have picked a few CDs of flute music that Frederick the Great liked. Unfortunately, I have to rush to the hotel in Ludwigsburg. I don’t have time to sit here and have a drink and look at the eyes. Come again next time. In addition, the castle chapel here is also rented out for various activities, mostly used for weddings. It seems that the business is pretty good. It seems that the little celebrity I have heard of the name is the wedding here. If you are interested, you can consider it, haha