Let me show you inside Stuttgart Porsche Museum.
If there’s one thing that Stuttgart is famous for – that being a car city. Two of the world’s greatest cars, Porsche and Mercedes Benz are manufactured here. Both have their own impressive museums, but I’ve only got the chance to go in one – the Stuttgart Porsche Museum.
This is the facade of the Stuttgart Porsche Museum. It looks like three cars are ready to lift off into space.
Inside, Porsche cars are arranged from its 1948 beginnings to present.
It’s overwhelming to be surrounded by these amazing cars in various colors, shapes, and sizes!
This may look like a horse-drawn carriage but this is actually the world’s first Porsche model construction designed by Ferdinand Porsche himself in 1898.
Perhaps, the most-anticipated car that everyone wants to see is the911 GT1 that made history – by winning the Le Mans 1998 Championship in France. Car racers Stephane Ortelli, Allan McNish, and Laurent Aiello were the ones behind the wheel.
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I stayed at Novum Hotel Rieke Stuttgart Hauptbahnhof. As the name suggests, it is right opposite the city’s main train station. I did not choose this but my friend did – because she was the one who paid for this. 😀 I also wanted to stay near the train station because I had two heavy luggage and I had an early trip to Cologne from this city. This is a boutique hotel that is clean and has friendly, helpful staff. The bed was comfortable, too. The hotel itself is walking distance to shopping, bars, and restaurants. For a cheaper place/hostel, you’d never go wrong staying at A&O Hostel franchises.