While Stuttgart might be famous for fast cars, fancy restaurants and hard workers, travel-insiders know Stuttgart for its rolling hills, vast vineyards, some of the biggest folk festivals in the world and culture. Yes, Stuttgart is often ranked as the best city for culture in Germany, employing the highest proportion of people in the culture sector as well as having the largest proportion of people who attend shows, museums, concerts and other cultural events.
Basically the Scots of Germany, Swabians are renown for their thriftiness and wealthyan excessive affinity for cleaning, a somewhat unintelligible dialect and as being prudish, bourgeois simpletons. While not as quite as open-minded as the rest of Germany — the financial benefit of a family is highly valued here — gay travelers are highly unlikely to experience any issues at all.
LGBT people are simply embraced as a natural part of society and no big fuss is generally made outside of the annual Stutgart Pride. Today in Gay Stuttgart there is a well-established queer scene, although with many in the LGBT community no longer feeling the need to segregate themselves many gay clubs have closed recently.
Obviously being gay does not define which attraction most of us will want to see in each city and most queer tourists will simply want to check out the top things to see in Stuttgart during the day!
Glitter and politics combine in this elaborate 16 day pride festival in
Stuttgart is a very safe city but still, all travelers should take caution with valuables. Being one of the most gay-friendly countries in the world, almost every hotel and hostel in Stuttgart can be considered open and welcoming to LGBT travelers.
After all being gay-friendly is simply providing a non-judgmental and respectful environment in which all people are treated equally. Elegant de, helpful staff and great value for money also help. Some businesses in Gay Stuttgart have gone above and beyond in recognizing and marketing to the LGBT community, and it seems to have paid off!
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There are a now quite a few well-known hotels in Stuttgart that are go-to hot spots for gay travelers. However, as long as you are close to a subway or have hired your own car everything is relatively easy to reach. We have put a Gay Stuttgart map at the end in case you need some help getting an idea of where everything is.
Whether you want a fun and social hostel, a cheap place to crash after a night of partying or a chic deer option to sip cocktails and surround yourself with fabulous people — Gay Stuttgart as something for everyone! Stuttgart — like much of Gay Germany — has wild nightlife that goes until sunrise, or even later! There are lots of gay bars catering for any kind of mood, and gay events which take over otherwise hetero-clubs most weekends.
Program for stuttgart gay pride (csd)
Or just look for the rainbow flags! Had enough of gay cruising in Stuttgart — either in the bars or elsewhere?
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