Helsinki to Stuttgart Flights (HEL-STR)

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Airfares from Helsinki to Stuttgart

Helsinki to Stuttgart Flights (HEL-STR)

Helsinki (HEL) to Stuttgart (STR) Flight Deals

  1. Helsinki (HEL) to Stuttgart (STR)

    HEL-STR

    18.02.2020

    STR-HEL

    25.02.2020

    7 Days
    174EUR
  2. Helsinki (HEL) to Stuttgart (STR)

    HEL-STR

    03.03.2020

    STR-HEL

    07.03.2020

    4 Days
    174EUR
  3. Helsinki (HEL) to Stuttgart (STR)

    HEL-STR

    19.02.2020

    STR-HEL

    26.02.2020

    7 Days
    174EUR
  4. Helsinki (HEL) to Stuttgart (STR)

    HEL-STR

    13.03.2020

    STR-HEL

    16.03.2020

    3 Days
    174EUR
  5. Helsinki (HEL) to Stuttgart (STR)

    HEL-STR

    23.06.2020

    STR-HEL

    26.06.2020

    3 Days
    179EUR
  6. Helsinki (HEL) to Stuttgart (STR)

    HEL-STR

    26.03.2020

    STR-HEL

    29.03.2020

    3 Days
    214EUR
  7. Helsinki (HEL) to Stuttgart (STR)

    HEL-STR

    14.04.2020

    STR-HEL

    18.04.2020

    4 Days
    239EUR

Helsinki to Stuttgart

Your Finnair flight from Helsinki will depart from Helsinki Airport (HEL). Experience a world of in-flight entertainment at your fingertips on your flights from Helsinki with Finnair!

Helsinki Airport is located within the city of Vantaa, just 18 km north of the city centre. Helsinki is conveniently linked to the airport by the westbound ‘I’ and the eastbound ‘P’ train lines, with the journey taking around 30 minutes and trains running at 10-minute intervals. Taxis are also readily available from the city centre to the airport. Another option is the 615 bus, which runs frequently throughout the day and provides service to the airport.

Departing from Helsinki with Finnair

  • Upgrade to a Finnair Gold or Platinum membership to take advantage of our Nordic lounges located at both Gate 22 and Gate 50.
  • Finnair service desks are located in the departure hall of Terminal 2, to provide assistance when you need it.

Stuttgart is famed around the world as a manufacturing hub and is home to some of the car industry’s biggest names; however, it offers a lot more than just access to this high-tech industry. Stuttgart is also home to beautiful gardens that decorate its centre and is an example of a German city that blends its rural surrounds with a modern cityscape.

Sights in Stuttgart

You cannot visit Stuttgart without taking a trip to the city’s famous car museums - most notably, Mercedes Benz and Porsche. The city’s old centre is also worth a visit, with beautiful old historic squares, houses and even palaces to fall in love with. You can also get in touch with the city’s natural side by visiting its zoo and botanical gardens, Wilhelma, and some of its many city parks; a reminder that Stuttgart is in fact the sixth biggest city in Germany.  

Things to See and Do Near Stuttgart

  • Ludwigsburg Palace – This residential palace is one of the few Baroque buildings to have survived Germany’s tumultuous history. Its large and dominating exterior, as well as its impeccable interior, make it a stunning historic location to visit.
  • Wilhelma – One of the biggest of its kind in Europe, Wilhelma is a zoo and botanical garden that provides a sanctuary and educational space for the city, and dates back to the 19th century. Visit the zoo’s Ape House and over 1,000 species of animals and plants.
  • Mercedes Benz Museum – The Mercedes Benz Museum is quite unique, as the only museum in the world to document just one brand over its lifetime of 125 years. Trace its history through its vintage cars and modern-day vehicles and learn more about the world-famous brand.
  • Porsche Museum – Home to over 80 vehicles, The Porsche Museum is located in the heart of its car making factory and reveals how the Porsche design has evolved through the years. Explore the history of the sports car from its origins in the 20th century to the present day.

Shopping in Stuttgart

  • Das Gerber - One of the staple shopping centres in Stuttgart located in the heart of the city, offering brand name stores, supermarkets such as Aldi, and food and drink options for an extensive shopping experience.
  • Breuninger - This is a high-end, exclusive shopping mall in the centre of the city that offers a selection of the finest in designer brands, from Tiffany to Chloe. The shopping centre also hosts a range of high-profile events that are not to be missed.
  • Market Hall - The Market Hall Stuttgart is the ideal place to browse for items just before lunch; it offers a whole host of foods, fashions and furnishings for sale from around the world, including a range of fruit and vegetables and gourmet lunches.
  • Konigstrasse - This pedestrianised shopping street is filled with shops, restaurants and department stores. Beginning opposite the railway station, the Konigstrasse is one of the city’s longest and best shopping streets.  

Food and Drink

  • Schnitzel and potatoes - A favourite across the country, schnitzel and potatoes is a filling and hearty main meal that is usually served with sauerkraut or another pickled vegetable.
  • Blechkuchen - Blechkuchen is a butter cake that is served in a platter of square-shaped delicacies and topped with a range of toppings, including almonds and sugar, and is a popular traditional cake at special events such as weddings.
  • Potato soup - A traditional potato soup is popular throughout Germany and is homely and comforting. Usually made with vegetables and a broth, every potato soup will be different so it’s best to try a wide variety.
  • Reisling wine - One of Germany’s most successful grapes, Reisling, originates here. It’s a versatile wine that can accompany most German food and is one of the most popular wines in the world.

Transport in Stuttgart

  • By foot - It’s easy to get around the centre of the city on foot, and this is the best way to experience all of the central shops, restaurants and architecture. Most distances can be achieved in less than 30 minutes.
  • Trains - The public transport in Stuttgart is excellent due to its Stadtbahn trains, which are ideal for travelling short distances around the city.
  • Taxis - It is possible to take taxis around the city, but be aware that they can be a little expensive, and it can sometimes be difficult to communicate with drivers in English.

Weather in Stuttgart

Tuesday
3°C 19.11.2019
Wednesday
6°C 20.11.2019
Thursday
7°C 21.11.2019
Friday
7°C 22.11.2019
Saturday
10°C 23.11.2019
Sunday
8°C 24.11.2019
Monday
9°C 25.11.2019
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