Stuttgart sits in the land of quirky laws and conventions where pillow fighting is a "no no" except on International Pillow Fight Day. Apparently a pillow is considered to be a passive weapon and if you injure someone with an extra hard whack you could be charged with assault. As in the rest of Germany, coworking is emerging quickly as a preferred way and place to spend your work day.
An hour from the Black Forest, Stuttgart sits on the Neckar River and is the 6th largest city in Germany. Its roots reach as far back as the 10th Century when the Duke of Swabia created a stud far for his warhorses. Having a high number of immigrants, it is said that every 3rd inhabitant is a foreigner. A major economic, industrial and tourism centre, it has the 6th largest airport in Germany. For the car lover it is a slice of heaven as the headquarters of Porsche, Mercedes-Benz and Daimler are located here. It is actually known as the "cradle of the automobile".
Not exactly on the cheap side to take up residence for awhile, there are plenty of coworking spaces popping up to cater to the local business professionals and the expats that end up here. Stuttgart is a business metropolis, an innovative science centre, and the financial heart and stock market location with the biggest wine-growing community in the whole of Germany. So if staring at decadent motor vehicles is not a turn on, then you can head to the vineyards for a sample of the local vino.
When you want to escape your work enclave and experience some local culture there are plenty of tourist attractions to take in such as the state theatres for the cultural minds, the zoological and botanical garden "Wilhelma" for the green thumbs and the art buffs can head to the Stuttgart Museum of Art.
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