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Max-Eyth See, Stuttgart
(3.3/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web)
Max-Eyth See, a lake created in 1935 by reclaiming a former quarry, is now a nature preserve. Explore via rented paddleboat or rowboat, or walk, cycle, or even rollerblade along one of the paths that circle the lake. Of course, you can simply lounge on the large lawns or enjoy snacks in the picnic area. Two nearby restaurants have large beer gardens. Max-Eyth See is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our world travel planner, Stuttgart Edition.
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  • It is a man made pond surrounded with greenery and wine hills inside Stuttgart. It's a good place for having a run, a walk or a family picnic on a good weather day. Activities like paddling, canoeing ...  more »
  • Ideal to turn off full of everyday life. Is is a small shop with food, drinks and snacks. In the summer, you can go boating and grilling on the barbecue areas. However you have to leave early for this, to earn a place.
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  • On the outskirts of the city a jewel in nature. Go for a walk between water birds, may also swim, then on the peninsula, a refreshing drink. There's something. It's a pity that the operator of gastronomy has so questionable conditions, to close, if you would still like to out sitting at nightfall, with something to drink. Noisy young people do better, who bring their stock, and none of the authority cares whether it interferes with any birds.
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