Those who hope to travel around the city and explore local attractions are recommended to rent a bike. Daily rent will cost about 13 euros; many rental offices deliver a two-wheeled transport to your hotel and take bikes from the parking lot when rent term ends.
Tourists accustomed to travel by car have to consider that many streets of the historic district are closed to vehicles. You can move around on foot or by bicycle, so it’s better to use the two-wheeled transport.
Stuttgart is regarded as one of the greenest cities in Europe; it strikes with a number of local parks and their scale. Almost all parks have a specially marked area for a picnic, but it isn’t possible to have rest at a very first place. Going out to local parks be sure to specify current rules in advance.
The Stuttgart Card would be of service for fans of excursions. It entitles you to discounted rates at popular museums and galleries; the only drawback is the lack of discounts for public transport. The cost of a three-day card is about 10 euros.
Tickets to museums and for recreational activities are better to be bought in advance. On weekends, there are queues at booking offices causing the loss of valuable time.