Stuttgart is famous for global brands like Bosch, Porsche and Daimler. These are complemented by numerous hidden champions of the mid-market sector that make the city an innovation hub and one of the country’s economic power houses.
Being an economic core area, Stuttgart is home to excellent educational and research institutions. There is a reason they feel right at home here: The state capital has been among the world’s top 30 in Mercer’s quality-of-living city ranking for years.
Bad Cannstatt is known as a popular residential location but even more so as a centre of sports and—being the birthplace of the motor vehicle—as automotive hub.
Bad Cannstatt is known for its Wasen fairgrounds, spa park, mineral springs, and for hosting Stuttgart’s Bundesliga team. It is also home to the Hanns-Martin-Schleyer Halle and Porsche Arena venues, which host more than 200 events annually, as well as the Mercedes-Benz Museum.
NeckarPark is the second-largest development area in Stuttgart’s inner city. Here, a new urban quarter is taking shape, highly attractive and very green.
Soon, this area will lend itself to a perfect symbiosis of living and working. Whether you fancy going for a run after work or if you crave brunch, lunch, dinner or a smoothie after your workout: You will find a rich variety of gastronomic venues and leisure attractions clustered here.