This is a run combining three lovely parks & preserves in central Stuttgart. Run them standalone, together, or even combine with our Unterer Schlossgarten & Neckar River routes!
Rosenstein Park. Situated just west of Wilhelma Park and Zoo, Rosenstein Park is one of the largest English Gardens in Germany. It is home to beautiful works of architecture, such as the Rosenstein Palace and Löwentor (Lion’s Gate), as well as a lovely paved loop of about 3 km. The nearby zoo, botanical gardens, and natural history museum make this an ideal spot to spend a full day.
Wartberg Park & Höhenpark Killesberg. We’ve mapped a route that connects/combines these parks/preserves just to the west. Wartberg Park is a pleasant park with several km of trails, both wooded and open. It’s 1 km from Rosenstein Park, crossing Heilbronner Str. Create your own route on these paths, and then connect to the larger Höhenpark Killesberg using Cardiffer Steg to cross Stresemannstraße. There are several km of fairly open, pastoral paths through this park. A loop is ~2 km.
Add-Ons: Continue south from Rosenstein Park into the Castle Gardens (Schlossgarten) or north on the Neckar River path.
- Rosenstein Park Loop: 3 km (1.9 miles). See route description for Wartberg Park & Höhenpark Killesberg, & other add-ons
- 23 meters (77 feet)
- Rosensteinpark U-Bahn Station
- Rosensteinpark U-Bahn Station. Can also use Löwentorbrücke or Killesberg stations
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