Car Hire Stuttgart Airport
Address & Contact DetailsFlughafen Stuttgart, Flughafenstraße, Stuttgart, 70629. Tel: 07119484451
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Find your perfect hire car at Stuttgart AirportOnce you’ve arrived at the Stuttgart Airport, Avis staff will arrange your rental car, so you can set off on the road in no time. The diverse city of Stuttgart isn't far away – and from there you can explore the diverse countryside beyond.
Plan your journey from Stuttgart AirportStuttgart city centre is only a 15-minute drive from the airport. As the vibrant capital of the Baden-Württemberg state in southwest Germany, this city features an interesting mix of historic and modern appeal.
At the heart of the central area is the Palace Square (Schlossplatz), where locals and visitors alike gather to relax in the sun and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. This square features impressive architecture, such as the New Palace, and is a great starting point from which to reach other key Stuttgart sights.
Don’t miss the city’s rich variety of museums. The State Gallery, Linden Museum and Kunstmuseum explore traditional art and culture while the Mercedes-Benz and Porsche museums look at the history and timelines of these world-renowned auto companies. Stuttgart’s Roman history can also be discovered at the Landesmuseum Württemberg, which is located in the Old Castle.
For evening entertainment, there is the Stuttgart State Opera, one of the most revered opera houses in Europe.
With an Avis rental car you have full control over your quality time in Stuttgart and the surrounding region of Germany.
Beyond StuttgartOutside of the airport and city centre, the region surrounding Stuttgart is filled with mysterious castles, grand palaces and idyllic vineyards. A plethora of interesting sights await you on the roads ahead.
Located just to the north of Stuttgart’s city centre is the Wilhelma Zoo and Botanical Garden. This is the only zoo in Europe combining a botanical garden and is spread over 74 acres of land. There are thousands of animals and plants to see here, including African apes, Australian marsupials, and reptiles from every corner of the world, but the 19th century architecture at this former palace site also draws much attention.
Visit Reutlingen, a 40-minute drive from Stuttgart centre, to wander down the narrowest street in the world. At just 31cm-50cm wide, Spreuerhofstraße was constructed during the 18th century as part of the reconstruction efforts following a major fire that destroyed most of the area.
As a university city, Reutlingen has a tangible student buzz with plenty of cafes, restaurants and a great nightlife. There are also plenty of historic buildings to admire including a number of ancient churches, including the Gothic St Mart’s Church.
This lavish 18th century complex has been authentically maintained in all of its splendour. Discover the interesting history and admire ornate décor on a tour of the interiors, and don’t miss strolling around the immaculate period gardens that really turn back the clock. Solitude Palace is just a 15-minute drive away from Stuttgart.
With your Avis hire car, you can enjoy organising your own unforgettable journey around the Stuttgart region.