Useful hints and tips for travelers in Germany
Stuttgart, Capital City of the Federal State of Baden-Württemberg, is an interesting city from many points of view. It’s a city full of monuments, home to an important trade fair, and it boasts a high cultural standard, with plenty of events, concerts and shows held throughout the year. Stuttgart is also very famous because its Bad Cannstatt district is home to Europe’s largest spa: more than 19 sources, of which 11 are considered therapeutic. In the same district there is the Wilhelma zoo, hosted within the famous Rosensteinpark, and a major event is held every year in September, the beer festival Cannstatter Volksfest.
But now let’s get down to business, with Stuttgart’s trade shows through March, along with the events and concerts for the after-show. There are plenty of trade fairs in Stuttgart during March. Most are set up inside the exhibition center Messe Stuttgart, located in Messepiazza.
March 9 to 11, Blickfang Stuttgart, Liederhalle – Mercedesstraße 50. International Fair for young designers in the fashion industry, presenting Eco Design trends and solutions provided by environmentally friendly products.
March 29 to 31, CEP-Clean Energy & Passivehouse, Messe Stuttgart. International exhibition of renewable energy, with lots of meetings and the presentation of new products and services. Among the main topics: solar energy, cogeneration, biogas, geothermal energy, mobility and energy efficiency.
March 13 to 15, LogiMAT, Messe Stuttgart. International Trade Fair for Distribution, Materials Handling and Information Flow. Exhibitors will be presenting products and services in the following business sectors: Material Handling, Transportation, Storage, Logistics.
March 22 to 25, Retro Classics, Messe Stuttgart. An event for fans of retro vehicles. A trade show for vintage cars, neo classics, restoration, spare parts, accessories, vintage motorcycles, toys and models.
March 13 to 15, Medtec, Messe Stuttgart. The leading European trade fair for medical device manufacturing industry. Individual components will be on display and visitors have the opportunity benefit from the creative know-how of the worldwide leading suppliers. Fundamental event for decision makers/purchasers from the medical device industry.
March 6 to 7, MessTec & Sensor, Messe Stuttgart. Trade Fair for Measurement and Sensors. It serves professionals in the industry to have a look at the latest trends and products. During the exhibition, seminars, forums and roundtables have been scheduled.
March 13 to 15, SüdTec, Messe Stuttgart. This is a sub-contracting exhibition, with over 200 companies presenting their products and services. Among them: plastic injection-moulded parts, metal products, suppliers of raw materials and semi finished products. Many Small and Medium-sized German companies will be attending the Fair.
However, Man cannot live on…Fairs alone. Even the post-Fair is important for the well-being of business men and women alike.
The first source of well-being is definitely a regenerating thermal bath. In town, there are two major centers: the main and best known spa is located in the Bad Cannstatt district, the other one, close to the first, is that of Leuze. They are both well equipped with excellent facilities and a professional staff ensuring a complete relaxation.
Stuttgart hosts many theaters and cultural centers. The main ones are the Staatstheater and the Staatsgalerie, being respectively the national opera house, and an excellent art gallery. In the city there are also two theaters used for musicals, the Apollo Theater and the Palladium Theater.
Throughout March, several concerts have been scheduled in Stuttgart.
– On March 2, Rise Against will perform at Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle, Mercedesstraße. 69.
– On the 4th, Haftbefehl in concert, at Universum Stuttgart, Charlottenplatz 1.
– On the 7th, Omnia, with their ‘I Don’t Speak Human’ tour are at LKA-Longhorn, Heiligenwiesen 6.
– On the 7th, Sting at Liederhalle Beethovensaal, Berliner Platz 1.
– On March 8, a show by the Swiss group The Bianca Story awaits you at Merlin, Augustenstrasse 72.
– On the 9th, it’s time for Ina Müller at Porsche-Arena, Mercedesstraße 69.
– On the 15th, Udo Lindenberg at Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle.
– On the 18th, a great show by the famous German group Der Familie Popolski at Theaterhaus Stuttgart, Siemensstraße 11.
– On the 24th, Wallis Bird will perform at Club Zentral, Hohe Straße 9.
– On the 28th, Bryan Adams is at Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle.
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