Check out the seven best Insta-worthy spots in Stuttgart.
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It’s not everyday that you see a museum dedicated to pigs but that’s what you’ll find in Stuttgart! Outside of the SchweineMuseum however, is a statue of a big pig that you can definitely have some fun with for your Instagram.
Whether you choose to pay to go inside this museum (and we suggest you do!), go ahead and take some funny shots outside with this pig statue.
Perhaps one of the more truly iconic and historic things about Stuttgart are their legendary cable cars. These cable cars have specifically been transporting people from the city to the cemetery for hundreds of years.
Catch a good shot of these gorgeous mahogany cable cars as it makes its way up the hills.
The Lapidarium is an open-air museum of the remnants of buildings, statues, and sculptures left behind from World War II. It can be a bit of an eerie place to visit but there are many things here in very bad condition from the war that you can capture for your Instagram.
There are lots of things you can take shots of here for your ‘Gram that demonstrate the destruction of war.
St. John’s Church is a beautifully-designed Gothic church that was built sometime in the 19th century. It was rebuilt after bombs from World War II destroyed a good portion of it and today, it is a major tourist destination for the marvellous stain-glass windows inside the church.
The best shots of this church is across the lake. See if you can get a shot of the reflection of the church hitting the water.
Stuttgart is a massive manufacturing city so it’s only appropriate that they have a museum for what they manufacture the most: Mercedes Benz vehicles. At the Mercedes Benz Museum, you’ll go back on a journey in time to when the first Mercedes cars were made and you’ll definitely have your fair share of shots to take here.
If you’re a car enthusiast, you absolutely need to come to this museum if you want some Insta-worthy shots.
Definitely one of the most picturesque libraries simply for its minimalist design and usage of colour is the Public Library Stuttgart. In some ways, when you look down on it from the top floor, it almost doesn’t seem real but it is!
For the absolute best shots of this library, head up to the top and look down below at the floors and floors of white space that are lined with bookshelves.
Claiming to be the world’s first television tower, Stuttgart’s television tower stands an imposing 217 metres tall! This tower allows visitors to head up to see some sprawling views of Stuttgart from way up high.
If you’re looking for some great Instagrammable Stuttgart snaps for your ‘Gram, look no further than the top of Stuttgart’s television tower.