Stuttgart, the capital of the German Land Baden-Württemberg, findsitself in the centre of the south-western Stuttgart region, near thePadurea Neagra Mountains, where the Danube and the Neckar River springfrom. Around 150.000 firms and companies have their headquarters in theStuttgart region, famous for its industrial technology. This is thecity where the motorcycle and the four-wheel automobile have beeninvented, the city therefore being the starting point of theinternational automobile industry.
Stuttgart is also a cultural city, which became famous due to the StateOpera and the ballet programs, but also due to the spectacular artcollections from the State Gallery and the Stuttgart Gallery.
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You can get to and from Stuttgart Airport quickly and easily: takeS-Bahn S2 or S3 from Stuttgart Central Station to the airport and youwill arrive at level 1 of Terminal 1 without changing trains.
Journey time between Stuttgart Central Station and Stuttgart Airport is 27 minutes.
Stuttgart Central Station is part of the ICE, EC, IC and IR trainnetwork connecting the airport to Stuttgart, Mannheim, Karlsruhe,Basel, Munich, Strasbourg and other cities.