Frühlingsfest Stuttgart

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What to do and see at the Spring Festival Fruhlingsfest Stuttgart 2019

DATA: 20 April - 12 May 2019
PLACE: Stuttgart, Germany.

The Fruhlingsfest Stuttgart is the most important spring festival in Germany. It is one of the most important exhibitions in the city, second by reputation, only at the Cannstatter-Volksfest. Compared to the latter, however, it is a less touristy and more national Festival.

Precisely for this reason, compared to autumn beer festivals, it is a more authentic review. It is no coincidence, in fact, that the stands are just four, compared to the ten expected for the Volksfest. Nothing serious, though. At the Frühlingsfest Stuttgart, you can sip liters of beer out of the tents at the many banquets.

It is one of the most loved parties by the Germans. A sort of spring Oktoberfest, more genuine and less touristy. A festival where you can taste the excellent beers proposed, taste the culinary delicacies and have fun with all your children. In addition to the food stands, in fact, you will find rides, attractions, games, dances, songs and events dedicated to children.

Do not miss the ride on the splendid Ferris wheel (Riesenrad Bellevue), from which you can enjoy an absolutely unique and suggestive view of the city. Turbo Force, or the roller coaster, on the other hand, is dedicated to those who are looking for pure adrenaline. Do not miss, then, to take a ride among the many markets in the area; you can bring home a stuffed toy Wasenhasi, the leprotto, mascot of the Frühlingsfest. To the Krämermarktinstead, you will find a varied offer at affordable prices; from spices, to jewels and leather goods.


Photo ©, Ra Boe



The plane is the best way to reach the city. Stuttgart International Airport it is only 25 kilometers from the center, and is well connected to the main European destinations. Furthermore, it is well served by public transport. There is a direct train service from the airport to the Frühlingsfest. Taking both S2 or S3 trains from the "Flughafen / Messe" station, you need to get off at Bad Cannstatt.

Reaching the Festival location is really simple. The options are many. Within easy reach, there are several bus and train stops. Info and links from this link.

With the S1, S2 and S3 S-Bahn lines, or the regional lines R1, R2, R3, R8, get off at the stop Bad Cannstatt, and in about 10 minutes of walk you arrive at your destination.

Take the U1 and U2 U-Bahn lines to the Haltestelle Bad Cannstatt Wilhelmsplatz. By bus, however, the 46 and 56 lines stop near the Festival. Night service is guaranteed by the N4, N5 and N6 rubber lines.



Photo, 2013 Ra Boe

Il Grandls Hofbräu-Zelt it is, by far, the most popular stand. For offer, entertainment and variety, it is the real must of the Stuttgart Fruhlingsfest. This is the official stand of the Stuttgarter Hofbräu, the city's most famous beer. You can savor it in the specially created version for the event, the Frühlingsfestbier. You can accompany it to the Swabian specialties served on the stand. And above all, dance and have fun at the sound of the Royal Württemberg Hofbräu Regiment. Late in the evening, the DJs will take care of making you unleash on the track.

Il Göckelesmaier is the official stand of the Dinkelacker Frühlingbier and the Sanwald Hafeweizen. It hosts over 2500 people and a Biergarten with well 600 seats. Really incredible. Excellent food, is the ideal stand during Family Day, thanks to the presence of the nest and a play corner for the little ones.

Wasenwirt it is the place of pure fun, chosen above all to unleash the rhythm of the DJs. In fact, when the evening falls, the whole tent becomes a mega disco.

Almhüttendorf is the absolute novelty of the 2018 edition of the Stuttgart Frühlingsfest. A beautiful stand with a warm and welcoming atmosphere, where you can savor Tyrolean delicacies, such as a succulent steak, the typical bratwurst with herbs from Merano, or a delicious "Germknödel". And, of course, there are selected wines, a selection of fine grappas or a delicious Pils or Hefeweizen beer.


Here are some of the traditional events of the Stuttgart Fruhlingsfest. It is just a part of the appointments. Further information and updates can be found on the official website.

Opening ceremony and barrel tapping
Saturday, 20 April 2017 - 12: 00

The traditional opening ceremony. Appointment to the 12 hours in point; The mayor of the city officially opens the Stuttgart Fruhlingsfest 2018, with the traditional and solemn opening of the barrel. One hour before, you will find the shops open.

Ecumenical cult Wasen
Tuesday, 23 April 2017 - 10: 30

The fair and the pastoral circus.

Fruhlingsfest Stuttgart 2017

Family Day
Wednesday 24 April - from 12

A day of pure fun dedicated to all families. First of the three events in which the little ones will be the absolute protagonists. During Family Day, you will find reduced prices and many initiatives for children. The attractions, all cost half. Face painting, fairy tales, clown artists and many surprises.

Volksfest-Race of hot-air ballons

One of the most interesting and heartfelt events of the Stuttgart Fruhlingsfest with the Fox, mascot of the Festival and the launch of balloons in the sky.

Family Day
Wednesday 01 and 08 may 2018 - from 12

A day of pure fun dedicated to all families. Last of the three events in which the youngest will be the absolute protagonists. During Family Day, you will find reduced prices and many initiatives for children. The attractions, all cost half. Face painting, fairy tales, clown artists and many surprises

Musical fireworks
Sunday 12 May 2018-21: 30

The event that officially closes the review. For around 20 minutes, you can stand up and admire a fantastic pyrotechnic musical show. The Stuttgart Frühlingsfest 2019 turns into a sea of ​​colored lights!

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