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Weindorf Stuttgart, Stuttgart

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  • Great time in the town center, enjoying local wines with the Locals. And no surprise they are love to discuss almost anything over a few glasses of wine.  more »
  • The Stuttgart Weindorf is held annually in late August for the past 40 years. Venue-cent city, near the Town Hall and the Royal Palace. Come to the Festival every year, representatives of more than 40 wineries, which guarantees great selection of wines, special attention paid to recommend rislingu. Despite the fact that the Wine Festival is held for long enough, the main guests is the inhabitants of the city and the surrounding area. The atmosphere is friendly and relaxed reigns here. Tourists from other countries is not much, maybe that is why almost no menu in English. Besides the different wines at the Festival, you can taste the Swabian cuisine in the many restaurants, well organized on the territory of the Festival. On average, a glass of wine is worth 5-6 euros. The glass you need to pay a deposit of about 2 euro. Glass can be returned at the end of the tasting, and you can take home as a souvenir. On Sunday organized a special program for children.
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  • Ambiance is super beautiful, cozy and there is much to choose from. However, it is in the evening very crowded and hardly get through. If however it has got a seat, it's really nice. You should set even on tight seating conditions, appropriate prices, etc. Staff was always friendly, where we were (we were already three times there now too). It is but whatever care should be taken which stands to eat. I have me once wildly about annoyed for a 0/8/15 and frozen flame cakes, you can buy at any any discount store, 8 to have paid EUR! So not everything is true and is great on the wine village. Even the toilets are overflowing with long queues in the evening.
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