In Terminal Three on Level Two there are six car rental Stuttgart Airport firms. If you choose to book through our website then this is where you will pick up your rental car. We offer Stuttgart deals at extremely affordable prices. Stuttgart is Germany’s sixth biggest city. It is a densely populated city which when taking into account the entire Stuttgart region is actually the fourth biggest German city region. The city is well know for its rich automobile history however it not the industrialized city you might expect as there are plenty of parks and valleys scattered around the city.
Stuttgart Airport is situated thirteen kilometres south of the city. It was once known as Echterdingen Airport. On average the airport deals with over ten million passengers annually. It is Germany’s seventh busiest airport despite have just one runway. There have been many calls for a new runway over the years however has yet nothing has been planned.
There are plenty of international flights arriving into Stuttgart every day from all over the world. Flybe offer a service from Birmingham while BA fly from Heathrow. There are flights available to Klagenfurt and Graz with Robin Hood Aviation while Swiss International Air Lines fly to Zurich. Air Berlin and Germanwings both offer numerous international and domestic routes.
Ryanair’s advertised Stuttgart service actually lands at Baden- Karlsruhe Airport which is a one hundred and twenty kilometre drive from Stuttgart. We offer a car hire Baden Airport service should you require it.
Those with an interest in cars will find much to fascinate in Stuttgart. Both the car and motor bike were invented in the city by Daimler and Benz. This has lead to the city gaining the name “The cradle of the automobile” reflecting birth. These day’s cars such as the Mercedes-Benz and Porsche are made in the city and in close by towns. The Mercedes Benz Museum is a must visit for car enthusiasts.
Stuttgart Airport also makes an ideal landing point for those wishing to go skiing. Recommended resorts include Flumserberg, Lech, Lenzerheide, Zurs and Laax.