Most attractions and places of interest in Stuttgart are in the
inner city, making getting around on foot easy. The public
transport system is good. Trains include the U-Bahn and the S-Bahn
(good for getting to the suburbs). Guests can use tickets across
transportation modes from buses and trains, to trams. For tourists,
all day tickets (Tages Tickets) are more cost effective. If staying
longer, the special three-day ticket (3-Tage-Ticket) is a good
alternative. Taxis can be expensive but if sharing or looking for
transport late at night, they are a more convenient option.
Bicycles can also be hired in some areas and as Stuttgart has some
lovely open areas and parks, cycling can be a fun and convenient
way of getting around.
You can easily hire your own car but the public transport
network is more than sufficient and driving around a foreign city
can be stressful and confusing. Stuttgart is generally considered
to be a safe city but as petty crimes against tourists, like bag
snatching and pick pocketing, are on the rise all over Europe, it
is recommended that you stay vigilant and keep an eye on your
possessions when using public transport or when walking around the
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