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Euro 2024 Travel Guide: Stuttgart

A picturesque city predicted to be extremely warm this summer, Stuttgart will be hosting several 2024 European Championship fixtures.

Stuttgart’s mix of history and modern makes it an alluring city for anyone who wants to enjoy a rich Euro 2024 travel experience.

If you plan to visit the city this summer, we have all the essential information to make your trip memorable.

Euro 2024 Fixtures in Stuttgart

  • Sunday, June 16 – Group C – Slovenia vs Denmark
  • Wednesday, June 19 – Group A – Germany vs Hungary
  • Sunday, June 23 – Group A – Scotland vs Hungary
  • Wednesday, June 26 – Group E – Ukraine vs Belgium
  • Friday, July 5 – Quarter-finals

Euro 2024 Stadium in Stuttgart

The Stuttgart arena was built in 1993 and has undergone numerous renovations and modernisations throughout its lifespan.

Home to Bundesliga club VfB Stuttgart, the stadium has been renamed several times. However, it is now called the MHPArena for sponsorship reasons.

The 51,000-seat stadium has served as a multi-purpose venue for decades, hosting prestigious such as the 1993 World Athletics Championships and American football.

However, after the most recent renovations in 2011, the stadium has become a venue dedicated solely to football.

Euro 2024 Stuttgart Fan Zone

Fans are invited to participate in the Euro 2024 experience at the Schlossplatz fan zone, which will host the public viewing.

Supporters can also enjoy other sports activities and keep the children entertained at Marktplatz or join the cultural celebrations at Karlsplatz.

Every corner of the Schlossplatz will pulsate with football energy, making it the ideal place to enjoy Euro 2024 this summer.

The Top Accommodation in Stuttgart

These are some of Trip Advisor’s best options for accommodation that suit every budget:

The Best Bars in Stuttgart

According to Trip Advisor, these are the top-rated bars in Stuttgart:

The Best Restaurants in Stuttgart

These are Trip Advisor’s best places to eat in Stuttgart:

Travelling in Stuttgart

The most convenient and sustainable way to explore Stuttgart is by travelling via train and public transport.

Navigating Stuttgart during Euro 2024 will be a breeze for ticket holders opting for eco-friendly and efficient travel.

They get access to discounted national and international train tickets and a 36-hour travel pass for public transport, which is also the best way to reach the MHP Arena.

You can use the DB Navigator app to check for potential delays, platform numbers, and other travel information.

Places to Visit in Stuttgart

Stuttgart’s history began just yards away from the Mercedes-Benz Arena. In Bad Cannstatt, you’ll find the remains of a Roman citadel dating back to around 85/90 AD.

The city is now the capital of Baden-Wurttemberg and a centre of German industry. It’s here that you’ll find the headquarters of world-famous car manufacturers Mercedes-Benz and Porsche.

A visit to Stuttgart wouldn’t be complete without checking out the museums created to document the history of the renowned car brands.

The city also boasts numerous large parks, a beautiful castle, palace gardens and serene lakes – all perfect for a relaxing escape.

You can see our travel guides for all Euro 2024 host cities here, or follow the links below for more information about the 2024 European Championship in Germany.

Euro 2024 Links

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