If you're looking to make Stuttgart your new home, you'll need to know what you'll be spending every month. Luckily, we've analysed the most common expenses, such as rent and groceries, to help you budget your new life in this green German city!
Whether you're a student, a young professional or bringing your family to Stuttgart, one of these neighbourhoods will make you feel right at home.
Find my new hood
New arrival in Stuttgart? You've got only 2 weeks after moving in to register with the municipality. No worries, with our simple guide, you'll be prepared already from abroad.
Want to get around Stuttgart like a local? Then it's time to get a hang of the public transportation system of Germany's automotive capital.
The Ultimate Guide to the Cost of Living in Stuttgart (2023)
Where to Live In Stuttgart: Neighbourhood Guide
The Best Things to Do in Stuttgart Every Year
Getting Around Stuttgart: Public Transport Guide
Living in Stuttgart: The pros and cons
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