The best fleet of motorhomes and campervans for rent in Stuttgart
In the pre-summer days, holiday destinations are still calm and fewer tourists are roaming around. We offer you up to 20% off your road trips in May and June to enjoy this tranquil and beautiful time of the year.
As the capital of Baden-Württemberg, Stuttgart is probably the most important city in the region. It is also on the doorstep of the French region of Alsace, known for its fine wines. Stuttgart is also home to plenty of rolling hills, rich in vineyards. The city is proud of its wine and likes to celebrate its success throughout the year.
With around 600,000 residents, it is not a huge city, but a motorhome hire in Stuttgart still has plenty to do when you visit. As a university city, Stuttgart tries to cater for its younger population and to get them involved. The Neckar River and its foothills are not only a prominent industrial hub, but they are also a great place to cool down in the summer. To rent a campervan in Stuttgart and make the most of the summer, we recommend a pitch near the water.
The southwest German city is very well connected to the rest of Germany and its European neighbours. From the French border town of Strasbourg (via the A5 & A8) it is around two hours by car. From Basel in Switzerland (also via the A5 & A8), the drive is around three hours. From Nuremberg (via the A6 & A81) and Munich (via the A8), the closest major cities in Germany, Stuttgart is just two and a half hours away.
Stuttgart boasts its own international airport. The flights tend to head to Europe’s most important cities. For a long-haul flight, however, you would need to transfer.
You will not need to be waiting long for public transport within the city centre. It is also easy to travel around Stuttgart without getting out your car keys. You can even travel to the city from France and Switzerland by local train or bus. However, the train is the best option from other German cities.
Stuttgart operates with different parking zones. Depending on the area you want to park in, you can pay to park from half an hour to several hours.
If you want to leave your vehicle in a multi-storey car park, it is best to use the cheapest one in town, the “Parkhaus Schlossstraße” multi-storey car park for €1.70 per hour. The Königsbau-Passagen APOCA underground car park is pretty hand with its central location. Here it costs €2.50 per hour.
You can only take advantage of free city-centre parking on the weekends. However, it is always possible in the P+R car parks outside the city centre. The largest P+R car parks are Sommerrain and Ruhbank, which take around ten minutes by public transport from the city centre.