Memories on a great journey. The small railway on Killesberg. Hop on and be amazed – on a tour through the most beautiful park of the city. From 22 nd April to 3 rd October Mon.–Tue., Thu.–Sat.: 2:00 pm–5:45 pm Wed.: 10:00 am–12:15 pm and 1:30 pm to 5:45 pm Sundays and bank holidays: 10:00 am–5:45 pm Whitsun and summer holidays: Daily 10:00 am–12:15 pm and 1:30 pm–5:45 pm Daily from April to December, every hour from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm from the Schlossplatz. It‘s that easy. Both routes start at the Schlossplatz. You decide whether to take the red or blue route first – the bus departs for both routes here. With the “Hop on/hop off” system you can choose how long you spend at each stop. That means: you get off, take as much time as you want to view an attraction, and then take a later bus further along the route. Make the most of the time – as your ticket is valid for 24 hours! During the journey in the tour bus, audio guides provide you with information in the following languages: German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Polish, Japanese, Chinese ... and Swabian! Extra tip: With the STUTTCARD city experience card you can get discounted or even free entry to many sights and events. Fare City tour only Bundle with STUTTCARD Adults € 18,– € 24,– Schoolchildren, students € 15,– – Children aged 6 to 14 € 9,– – Family card € 40,– € 52,– Children up to the age of 6 free. The family card is valid for 2 adults and up to 4 children up to 14. All tickets are valid for 24 hours after validation. Ticket offices: directly in the bus, on the Schlossplatz, in the i-punkt and at www.stuttgart-tourist.de. Delays up to 15 minutes: in this case please contact a member of our staff. They are available during our opening hours: Mon. – Sun. 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on the number +49 (0)711/7885-7772. Stuttgarter Straßenbahnen AG Schockenriedstraße 50 70565 Stuttgart firstname.lastname@example.org www.stuttgart-tour.de The best way to see Stuttgart. See as much as you want. On two routes we take you to the most beautiful parts of the city – spectacular views included: on the 13 stops of the blue route you can see, for example, the Mercedes- Benz museum, which is the only museum in the world that shows 125 years of automobile history in a seamless and fascinating way on nine levels. The Wilhelma is one of the most beautiful zoological and botanical centres in Europe. Lovers of classical modern style can view the Le Corbusier semi-detached house in the Weißenhof estate and find out all there is to know about the development of the Bauhaus movement. The red route with its 6 stops takes you to the TV tower, built in 1956, which was the model for many other TV towers around the world. The Reitzenstein villa high above the roofs of Stuttgart is the most significant historical construction of the city and nowadays is used as the seat of the state government. And in the meantime you can enjoy the view from the rack-and-pinion railway; your StuttgartTour ticket of course includes one journey on this railway.