|Airport of arrival:||Stuttgart Airport|
|Flight time from Istanbul to Stuttgart:||3 hours 5 minutes|
|Flight time from Antalya to Stuttgart:||3 hours 35 minutes|
Stuttgart, the sixth-largest city in Germany and the capital of the state of Baden-Württemberg, is one of the major economic, historical and cultural centers of southern Germany. Stuttgart, which is the second most important stock exchange for Germany and has developed industry, is one of the greenest cities in Europe. Surrounded by forests, the city is famous for its magnificent nature, vineyards and hot springs. The city is home to many cultural and art events every year, with major museums, opera and theater halls. Also, many festivals are held in Stuttgart, and the city welcomes tourists from around the world every year. It is easy to find affordable flight tickets to Stuttgart all year round.
Although Stuttgart is one of the most important industrial and economic capitals of Germany, it has managed to preserve the natural life in and around the city. There are many direct flights to Stuttgart departing from Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport, Ankara Esenboga Airport and Kayseri Erkilet Airport which are connected through various domestic flights to different cities within Turkey and different cities all over the world. You can book your ticket in advance plan a holiday and find cheap flights from Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport, Ankara Esenboga Airport and Kayseri Erkilet Airport to Stuttgart International Airport.
You can book your ticket in advance to benefit from seasonal promotions offered by Pegasus Airlines.
About the Airport
Stuttgart International Airport is the sixth busiest airport in Germany as well as being a historic airport. The airport is located 13km south of the city center.
Stuttgart International Airport
The airport, which was established in 1939, witnessed important historical events and has been an important airport since the day it was built. There are four terminals at the airport, which has offices in major European airlines. Stuttgart Airport, one of the busiest airports in Europe with a capacity of 12 million passengers per year, is a modern airport with facilities to meet the needs of passengers.
Transport from Stuttgart Arlanda Airport to the City Center
You can use the metro, train, bus, taxi or private car to get to the city center from the airport.
The most convenient public transport you can use to get to the city center from the airport is commuter trains. S-Bahn lines S2 and S3 from the train station located on the first floor in Terminal 1 go directly to the train station in the city center. For trains that reach the city center in about half an hour, the one-time fare is 4 € (2019).
You can also use buses departing from the exit of Terminal 1. It takes about 25 minutes to travel directly by bus to the city center. One way ticket is 3.70 €. Buses 40, 41 and 42 are available.
You can find a taxi at the exit of the airport for 24 hours. Taxis will take you to the city center in about 20 minutes. The average fare is around € 40, but the fare may vary depending on your destination (2019).
If you would like to find a more comfortable and faster option, you can book a taxi or consider car rental services offered by Pegasus Airlines.
Stuttgart has a very simple and advanced public transport system. There are two suburban train lines, S-Bahn and U-Bahn, which stop in every part of the city. Public buses are another public transportation option next to the train. You can easily go to any point in Stuttgart using these two.
One type of ticket is used for all public transport. The ticket price is 1.30 €. The city is divided into regions for public transportation and we recommend that you only buy tickets for zones 1 and 2 for those visiting the city center and its surroundings (2019).
In addition to the ticket, there are public transport cards on behalf of StuttCard. Card prices vary between 15 and 30 € depending on the region and duration you will use. Cards can be obtained from bus drivers or ticket offices and machines at metro stations.
Cycling in a city like Stuttgart is very enjoyable and we recommend you to try it in spring or summer.
Stuttgart, one of Germany's major cities, is divided into different regions. There are different accommodation options suitable for different budgets in each region.
The Stuttgart Mitte district, close to the center of Stuttgart, is dominated by luxury hotels. The Nord, West and Ost districts are densely populated after the city center, where you can find suitable accommodation options. Zuffenhausen and Bad Cannstatt are close to the city's museums and are ideal for any budget. In Stuttgart, some families and students can host you with AirBnB.
With Pegasus Airlines you can browse the available accommodation options and book your hotel in Stuttgart at affordable prices months in advance.
Stuttgart is home to a wide range of dishes, from which you can find the best of traditional German cuisine. The list of dishes you shouldn't go to Stuttgart without tasting is long. Schwabiche Maultaschen, Paprikahun, Dampfnudel, Bratwurst, Gaisburger Marsch, Spaetzle, Schwarzwaider Kirshorte and more.
You can have a look at What to Eat in Stuttgart page for more suggestions about all the local delicacies.
We have compiled some information you need to know to make your trip to Stuttgart more enjoyable and comfortable:
Germany is a country within the Schengen Agreement region and you will need a Schengen visa to enter the country. If you are going to get your Schengen visa through Germany, you must first go to Germany. The main documents required to obtain a Schengen visa are hotel bookings, round-trip air tickets, travel insurance, and financial documents. You can find all the detailed information about the Germany visa in this link.
There are many beautiful places located within a short distance from Stuttgart.
- Karlsruhe, Germany (64 km)
- Mannheim, Germany (96 km)
- Strasbourg, France (107 km)
- Freiburg, Germany (130 km)
Stuttgart has an oceanic climate and warmer weather due to its geographical location. In the city, which receives frequent rainfall throughout the year, the winter months are cold with an average temperature of 1 degree. The average temperature rises to 18 degrees in the spring months. In the summer, it reaches an average of 27 degrees.
- Country Code: +49
- Stuttgart Area Code: 711
- Airport Contact: +49 711 9480
- Emergency Line: 112
- Police: 110
- Airport Shuttle Service: +49 711 19449
Places to see
Stuttgart is a city that you cannot get enough of with its numerous modern museums, natural areas, and historical buildings. Although it is an important industrial and industrial center, it has a simplicity and has world-famous vineyards and hot springs in the city.
Your first stop may be the Mercedes-Benz museum, one of Stuttgart's famous modern museums. Here you can see the history and design of the world-famous car brand over 1500 vehicles closely.
Another such museum is the Stuttgart art museum in the city center (Kunstmuseum Stuttgart). The museum, which has many old and modern artists' collections, is a dazzling place with its exterior architecture and interior architecture. It is one of the leading art museums in Europe.
The Old Castle (Altes Schloss) and the New Palace (Neues Schloss) are historic sites with large green spaces where you can see the history of Stuttgart closely. The Old Castle dates back to the 10th century and was built by Stud Garden, which gave the city its name. Built around the castle in the 18th century, the New Palace is one of the youngest palaces in Europe.
To learn more about Stuttgart, you can have a look at Stuttgart Travel Guide page that Pegasus Airlines prepared for you.
To find flights at affordable prices, it is enough to plan for your holiday to Stuttgart months before and follow the various discount campaigns organized by Pegasus Airlines during the year.
Stuttgart is one of the major industrial centers in Germany and the production center for major brands. The city, which has preserved the natural life around it during the industrialization process, is a place where lush nature lives together with classic German houses and historical buildings. With its world-famous vineyards, historic buildings, natural beauties and cuisine, Stuttgart is the center of attention for tourists from all over the world.
You will need a Schengen visa to go to Stuttgart. The documents required to obtain a Schengen visa vary depending on the purpose of your visit.
The ideal time to visit Stuttgart is from May to August. During these times, there is not much rainfall in the city and festivals are held especially in summer.
A three-day holiday in the city will be enough for you to visit the main attractions of Stuttgart.
You can obtain a public transport card, StuttCard, from city bus drivers, station offices or ticket machines at the stations.
Stuttgart is a very safe and peaceful city. Green nature in and around the city seems to have a big impact on this.
Stuttgart is a city that offers affordable accommodation and catering compared to the major European cities.