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Obere Bachstrasse 1-5
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This historical street is a shopping and entertainment destination in Stuttgart. It attracts a lot of people because of its food and vegetable stores that sell less expensive but good quality products. This venue is also the sight of historical Executioner Festival which features grand stands with enormous food and wine options accompanied by music and fun.
This shop is hidden in the second row of buildings. To reach it you have to go through the passage of a second-hand/antique shop. Herr Strigl has very special wooden toys collection, e.g. tricycles shaped like dachshunds, hand turned wood tops or a whole collection of wooden pipes. And all those who have taken a fancy of model trains, this is a must go, with its amusing collection of model trains, done with interstice detailing . Amazing collection of toys from yesteryears is sure to bring alive the sleeping child in you.
This is one of the three branches of the Galeria Kaufhof and is located at the City Hall. The store boats of giving away goods at low prices with good bargains. The store also has facilities such as a party booth, party service etc. Brands such as Redwood, Olympus, Lerros among a few, can be found here.
Stuttgart's biggest toy shop, covering three floors, directly on the Marketplace. Kurtz has just about everything you could wish for in the way of playthings: cuddly toys, (Barbie) dolls, knights, cars, racetracks, the latest in construction and experimental toys.
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 breads, different varieties of cheeses, meats, and fruits available at the Markthalle Stuttgart.
There are two Karstadt stores in Stuttgart. First, the main department store halfway along the Königstrasse (No. 27-29), then, Karstadt Sport next to the main railway station (at Königstrasse 1.) The main departmental store is spread across eight floors and has a restaurant and cafe besides shopping. The store houses electronic goods, perfumes, cosmetics, and practically anything that you may want.
A wonderland for the kids, Steiff Galerie is stocked with toys and fun games. Dolls, puzzles, board games: educational and experimental games, you will find them all. And for all the kids who care for their wear, there is a smart range of clothes to choose from. Shopping here becomes a fun-filled activity rather than a drab boring task that has to be undergone.
This is the place for spinning tops. Big ones, small ones, pointed and thin ones, tops galore. And also windmills, wooden figures, cuddly animals and books, while on the shelves you'll find lots of little baskets containing a variety of small items. The store is all about wooden toys both for boys and girls and they make replicas of toys one saw as children but not after growing up.