The state capital of Baden-Württemberg is the center of the Mittlerer Neckar economic region. The strongly export-oriented business metropolis boasts the headquarters of numerous global corporations such as Porsche AG or Daimler AG and thus forms gathering point for successful international business enterprises. The leading industrial sectors here are vehicle manufacturing and the production of electrical appliances. However, Stuttgart not only offers a lot on a scientific and innovative level, but is also considered an excellent educational location and a respected international trade fair and congress venue.
As a technology metropolis, Stuttgart inspires with automotive museums such as the Mercedes-Benz Museum and the Porsche Museum and convinces with an above-average cultural offering. The state capital has a colourful art scene and is home to cultural institutions of international rank. The State Theatre is the one of the world’s largest cultural institutions with three art divisions. In Stuttgart, you can either stroll along Königstraße, which stretches for 1.2 km is the longest pedestrian zone in Germany, or climb the large vineyards inside and around the city via the so-called “Stuttgarter Stäffele”.
Stuttgart is dynamic, international, but above all sustainable. As one of the greenest cities in Germany, Stuttgart was named the winner of the German Sustainability Award in the Most Sustainable Large Cities 2022 category. With the support program “Sustainably fit for tomorrow”, Stuttgart companies receive assistance in aligning themselves sustainably. The various concepts such as “Green Infrastructure” or “Sustainable Mobility” keep the city sustainable and green.