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  • Tips for Finding an Apartment in Stuttgart

    Living in Stuttgart is not only for locals but also for expats. The home of Porsche, Stuttgart is a dynamic business centre, attracting professionals from all over Europe. Germany's sixth-largest city is a diverse place with a wide range of accommodation. Some neighbourhoods in Stuttgart are dominated by furnished apartments, others by houses, each suiting singles, families, business visitors, or students. Public transport covers the whole city, though most parts are reachable by foot. Wherever apartment-hunters look, they will be within a short distance of dining, shopping, and entertainment options.

    Rent a short-term furnished apartment in Stuttgart-West
    • Living in Stuttgart-Vaihingen

      Stuttgart's largest district, Vaihingen is located in the southwestern part of the city. For those who need to be in the vicinity of the airport, renting a furnished apartment in this district is especially convenient. It's a prosperous part of town, with plenty of research centres, banks, and manufacturing businesses, as well as the uni campus at Pfaffenwald and Stuttgart's major conference venue.

      • The Stuttgart-Vaihingen Neighbourhood

        Vaihingen suits a wide range of people who would like to rent furnished accommodation. On the one hand, the proximity of the airport and businesses make it ideal for professionals, but the presence of the university makes it just as appealing for students.

      • Rent prices in Stuttgart-Vaihingen

        Vaihingen is a more exclusive neighbourhood. There are plenty of comfortable apartments available for business visitors and students willing to pay a premium to be close to their place of study. The average rent price for a furnished one-bedroom apartment is between €1.150 - €1.500.

    • Living in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen

      Generally seen as Stuttgart's industrial hub, Zuffenhausen is home to one of the world's iconic car companies: Porsche AG. Most people visit the Porsche headquarters, which houses the superb Porsche Museum, at some point during their stay. Aside from that, Zuffenhausen is pleasant and surprisingly green, with a good connection to Stuttgart-Mitte.

      • The Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen Neighbourhood

        Zuffenhausen's extensive wood- and parkland makes the area popular with families, particularly those with dogs. It has excellent infrastructure and is ideal for families seeking furnished apartments for rent in Stuttgart. From schools and clinics to shops and daycare services to cosy one-family properties, the area should meet their needs.

      • Rent prices in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen

        Zuffenhausen's average rent ranges from €1.000 - €1.450 for a furnished one-room apartment, making it one of the most affordable areas of Stuttgart. With a wide variety of family-friendly apartments, it's perfect for families with one or two young children, or for couples in general who value green space and tranquillity.

    • Living in Stuttgart-Weilimdorf

      Stuttgart's “green” district Weilimdorf is just north of the city centre and has a relaxed atmosphere. The centre of the suburb offers attractive medieval architecture, there are river walks and forested parks in the nearby area, and it's all linked conveniently to the centre via Landauer Straße U-Bahn station.

      • The Stuttgart-Weilimdorf Neighbourhood

        The high quality of life, expansive green spaces, and altogether laid-back vibe of Weilimdorf make it very popular with families, and it has the infrastructure parents need, too.

      • Rent prices in Stuttgart-Weilimdorf

        Expect to find furnished one-room apartments in Weilimdorf at quite reasonable prices. With an average rent between €950 - €1.400 for a furnished one-room apartment, the suburb is in the middle of Stuttgart's price range.

    • Living in Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt

      Stuttgart's oldest district, Bad Cannstatt can be found next to the Neckar River, northeast of the centre. Pleasantly green, the area has plenty of attractions, including the Mercedes Benz Museum and Wilhelma Zoo, and it also hosts the Volksfest every October – Stuttgart's answer to Munich's Oktoberfest.

      • The Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt Neighbourhood

        Bad Cannstatt is a lively neighbourhood with a wide appeal. Anyone who values social activities and loves dining will appreciate the area, and lovers of the nightlife will be in their element. Generally speaking, couples and young people seeking short-term rentals in Stuttgart flock to Bad Cannstatt.

      • Rent prices in Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt

        One of the major attractions of Bad Cannstatt is how affordable it is. With an average rent of €890 - €1.300, apartment hunters should be able to find a furnished one-room apartment for much less than elsewhere in the city.

    • Living in Stuttgart-Mitte

      As Stuttgart's most central neighbourhood, Mitte is a cultural and retail hub and is home to historical attractions like the Neues Schloss along with daring modernist constructions like the “Kubus” art museum. Shopping is a major highlight, especially at the Stuttgarter Markthalle, where you can try a number of specialty foods.

      • The Stuttgart-Mitte Neighbourhood

        Mitte has an exceptional culture and nightlife, hosting most of Stuttgart's leading nightclubs, galleries, and theatres. It's a great area for singles and offers something to do every night.

      • Rent prices in Stuttgart-Mitte

        Residents of Mitte pay a price for the cultural riches in their area. With average rent prices of €1.200 - €1.600 for a furnished one-room apartment, Mitte is easily the most expensive part of the city to rent an apartment, but for many people that's a price worth paying for the convenience of the proximity to all that the city holds.

  • Living in Stuttgart

    Stuttgart is a prosperous city of over 610.000 inhabitants, spread over 23 districts, each with their own character. It may be most famous for giving birth to the Porsche motor company, but has a vibrant startup culture, and is leading the way among German cities in embracing technologies like AI and app development.

    Moving and living in Stuttgart near the central Station
    • Transport in Stuttgart

      Whether you prefer to travel by train, by bike or by car, Stuttgart’s transport options are sure to meet your needs.

      • Public Transport

        Day tickets cost between €5.20 and €13.20, but getting around is much cheaper if visitors purchase a polygoCard. This card can be used on VVS and SBB routes, as well as services like Flinkster, car2go and Call a Bike, so it's well worth having one.

      • Taxi

        Taxis are an option for trips to the airport but are rarely preferred for short distances within the city due to the relatively high cost of taxis in Stuttgart compared to other modes of transport. The base fare is €3.50 and for every additional kilometre you pay around €2.

    • Sightseeing in Stuttgart

      There is no shortage of sights and experiences in Stuttgart. Here are some of the things to see and do while you are here.

      • Theaterhaus Stuttgart

        Stuttgart's Theaterhaus is particularly famous for its ballet company but also hosts over 1.000 events annually, from cabaret and modern dance to stand up comedy and rock concerts.

      • Cannstatter Wasen

        The Cannstatter Wasen outdoor events venue is most famous for hosting the Cannstatter Volksfest, which turns the site into a raucous but good-natured music, beer and cultural festival every October.

      • Porsche Museum

        Porsche was founded in Stuttgart in 1931. The Porsche Museum pays tribute to the manufacturer's greatest creations, including 80 classic cars and a window into the Porsche workshop.

      • Stuttgarter Markthalle (Market Hall)

        Built in a striking Art Nouveau style, the Stuttgarter Markthalle is a paradise for fans of good food and drinks, with 33 separate stalls and a cornucopia of organic, delicious produce - not to mention three on-site restaurants.

      • Neckar Park

        Occupying 55 acres along the River Neckar, this popular park includes the home of VFB Stuttgart. It is also located right next to the Mercedes Benz Museum and hosts the Spring Festival every year.

      • Schlossplatz (Palace Square)

        The Schlossplatz (Palace Square) is the focal point of Mitte and home to the beautiful Neues Schloss. At Christmas, it is dominated by a huge ice skating rink and a Christmas market, while outdoor concerts take place there all year round.

      Sightseeings in Stuttgart: The Stuttgart Library
    • Useful Serivces in Stuttgart

      Stuttgart is filled with a number of services that help residents and short-term guests get more out of their life here.

      • Car Sharing

        Share Now offers a flexible way to drive around town. Just create an account and pick up vehicles in all parts of the city, then drop them off at public car parks and get on with your day.

      • Food Delivery

        If you need a takeout, Lieferando is the app to choose. It has a helpful English language interface and a huge database of Stuttgart's finest takeaway joints, from sushi bars to gourmet burger kitchens.

      • Cleaning Service

        Keeping a flat in Stuttgart clean doesn't have to be a chore. Instead, use Mr. Cleaner to find reliable, skilled cleaning professionals in the city. They will clean almost anything and are flexible about times.

      • Gym Membership

        Staying in shape is easy with Fitness First. The global gym giant operates a few locations around town, including both Mitte and Bad Cannstatt. Their gyms regularly become an early morning stop for professionals in the city.