Exceptional taste, a refined aesthetic and immutable style meet at the Bungalow Gallery. This clothing boutique boasts a well-curated collection of clothing and accessories for men, with something for every occasion. From the timeless classics, to stylish sportswear, contemporary business attire and high fashion, the Bungalow Gallery offers a complete selection to help you stand out in a crowd and look your best in any situation. Tom Ford, Acne Studios, Saint Laurent and Tonello are just a few of the designers featured at the Bungalow. The boutique itself is a distinctly masculine space that ties together the rough edges of its industrial heritage and the smooth lines of contemporary design. Although renown as a men's boutique for the design-conscious man, the Bungalow Gallery also offers a tasteful collection of furniture and home decor pieces.
The Market Hall is one of the must-see places in Stuttgart. Merchants flock here on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays before they set up their stalls at the Marketplace and Schiller Square. It's a great place to grab a coffee and a bite to eat while chatting with the stallholders, making it quite an experience in getting familiar with the city. Try local produce including delicious bread, different varieties of cheeses, meats, wines and fruits available at the Markthalle Stuttgart.
All the hottest trends under one roof, that's Breuninger. The flagship Breuninger fashion and lifestyle emporium in Stuttgart offers an exclusive selection of great clothes, the latest in shoes, the newest bags, sparkling jewelry, scented beauty products and lingerie. The store has a wide variety for both men and women and has its annual sales as well.
The words "hub of entertainment" can be aptly exemplified through SI-Erlebnis-Centrum Stuttgart, which houses many theaters, cinemas, and restaurants. Watch a movie at the famed CinemaxX. While six movie screens will allow you to choose from a variety of movies, the yummy snacks available will keep you wanting more. For risk-takers try Casino Stuttgart to see if lady luck shines on you. If you're looking to wine and dine, there are numerous eateries to suit your palette. If you are too weary to head home, Millenium Hotel and Resorts offer excellent accommodation.
Spread over a sprawling 43,000 square meters (462,848 square feet) over three levels, the Milaneo Shopping Center is easily one of the region's largest malls. With over 200 stores, restaurants and cafes to choose from, the Milaneo is the ideal destination for a well-deserved shopping spree. International brand names like Zara, Triumph, Primark and Mango are just a few of the shopping center's highlights, perfectly accented by culinary options galore. The shopping center features a thematic decor that is infused with a distinct Mediterranean style and contemporary aesthetic. Spacious, well-lit and expansive, the Milaneo is a shopping retreat at the very heart of the city, just minutes away from the central station.
Königstraße begins across the street from the central station; from there it will lead you past the Schlossplatz and into the very heart of Stuttgart for a shopping extravaganza like none other. This pedestrian street is lined with specialty boutiques, flagship stores, restaurants, cafes and numerous little hidden treasures. Königstraße is renowned not only as the city's longest pedestrian avenue, but also as one of the country's most impressive shopping esplanades. Whether you're in the mood for a shopping spree or a stroll, Königstraße is the place to be. For shopaholics and window-shoppers alike, Königstraße is akin to a carnival of delights, while the rest can savor traditional German or international cuisines, or settle in with a glass of wine to enjoy a bit of people watching. The street is not only the city's premier shopping destination, but is also a historic site with a long and colorful past, evidence of which is interwoven with contemporary additions.
Established in 1983, Flohmarkt Karlsplatz is one of the most anticipated weekly markets in the heart of the city. This vibrant flea market features over 200 vendors who set up their stalls every Saturday and sell everything from clothes to antiques. You will find rare objects, paintings, trinkets, furniture, jewelry, porcelain, collectibles and more at this beloved market. Hone your bargaining skills, as haggling with the merchants will get you a steal. It is a popular haunt for antique lovers and also a great spot to hangout if you enjoy people watching and shopping.
Antikzelt Stuttgart is a much-loved place for antique lovers. It is a part of the Stuttgarter Weihnachtsmarkt (Stuttgart Christmas Market), one of the biggest and most popular of its kind in the country. It is housed in a massive tent and features more than 20 dealers with collectibles, jewelry, relics, vintage objects, furniture, books, artworks, clocks, toys and cribs. Established in 1999, it is a fantastic stop to buy distinct gifts for yourself or your loved ones. The on-site bistro is a bustling pit-stop for shoppers with delicious fare and drinks in their menu. Do include Antikzelt Stuttgart on your to-do list when in the city between end of November till Christmas Eve.
Go on a voyage of discovery in a unique ambiance. At Merz & Benzing on the second floor of Stuttgart's Markthalle, customers are treated to a visual display of decorations for your home or garden. The shop has products for everyone and every need. It offers a wide range of products such as cutlery, decorations, jewelry, lamps, mirrors and furnishings, to name a few. Attractive flowers are available for all occasions. A visit to this shop would definitely be a stress buster.