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Car Hire at Stuttgart Airport

This information is correct as of October 2015

Whether you want to experience Bavarian culture in Munich, architectural gems in Nuremberg or the magnificent nature surrounding Stuttgart, you can find the best car hire at Stuttgart Airport with Skyscanner.

Where to hire a car at Stuttgart Airport

There are seven car hire companies with desks at Stuttgart Airport: Avis, Buchbinder, Enterprise, Europecar, Global Drive, Hertz and Sixt. All of the desks are inside the terminal, so you don’t need to go far to pick up your car.

Petrol stations near Stuttgart Airport

Depending on your car rental agreement, you may need to hand your car back with a full tank.

Luckily there is a Shell garage located just 8 minutes by car from the airport. Head east and get on to the L1208A to Filderstadt. Take the third exit at the roundabout and the garage will be on the left hand side.

Driving around Stuttgart Airport

Stuttgart Airport is well connected to the region’s main road networks. The state highways A8 and A81 form a cross near Stuttgart ('Stuttgarter Kreuz'). The City is in the upper right quarter of that cross. The West/east-Highway A8 passes Stuttgart to the south, the north/south-highway A81 passes to the west. The B10 to the east; Esslingen, Göppingen, the B14 to the southwest; 'Stuttgarter Kreuz', Sindelfingen, Böblingen and the B27 to the south; the airport and Tübingen are important smaller roads.

Getting to your destination

We’ve put together a quick guide on getting to the most popular destinations from Stuttgart Airport.

Munich

Munich is a sophisticated city and no mistake. While it is easy to find the ubiquitous beer halls and lederhosen clad restaurant staff, Munich also boasts a chic shopping experience, Mediterranean style street cafes and some fabulous design shops, museums and galleries. This is a city mixing Alpine heritage with the high-brow and doing so in style. Octoberfest never fails to pull in the crowds while the walkable and stunning Old Town is rich with unmistakeable Bavarian history. Whether you come for beer or culture, Munich will not disappoint.
Munich is just over 2 hours from Stuttgart Airport by car. Get on the A8 and take exit 76 for Munich, following the signs to the city centre.

Nuremberg

Bavaria’s second largest city, Nuremberg is another beer lover’s paradise. Christmases are popular times of year when the city come to sparkling life with markets that have the aroma of cinnamon and hot wine wafting through the streets. Once the undeclared capital of the Holy Roman Empire, Nuremberg is stuffed with architectural wonders, gems and jewels, art and historic memorabilia and today gives the world the fabulous Lebkuchen and the famous Faber-Castell pencil. This Bavarian prodigy is well worth dropping in on. You might just stay...
It takes a little over 3 hours to reach Nuremberg by car from Stuttgart Airport. Get on the B27 to Stuttgart, then the A81 towards Leonberg. Follow the A81 to the A6 leading to Nuremberg and the city centre.

Stuttgart

Stuttgart is both a good living and clean living city. Here locals walk and hike in the lush surrounding hills and spend their evenings living it up in local wine taverns and dining in delicious restaurants. This big city has a distinctly small town feel which is one of its draws. While there are plenty of opportunities to relax in cafes, shop ‘til you drop, take in an opera or ballet or browse the wonderful museums and galleries, for many it is the stunning backdrop of green hills and forests, vineyards and meadows that will have them coming back from more. For others, it will be Octoberfest!
It takes just 20 minutes to reach Stuttgart from the airport. Get on the B27 from the airport then the B14 and follow the signs to the centre.
On street car parking is charged from 8am to 8pm and costs from €3.00 per hour. The maximum parking time is one hour. In the surrounding area parking is unlimited with a parking rate of €0.60 per hour and a daily maximum of €6.00. There are car parks in Stuttgart for unlimited parking that cost from €1.00 per hour. Some hotels in Stuttgart also offer free parking.

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