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Modernes Hotelzimmer mit grauen Möbeln und roten Akzenten.
© Schlosshotel Monrepos

We have places to stay for all budgets and tastes, from historic inns, stylish traditional hotels and family-run B&Bs to modern budget hotels, self-catering apartments and camp sites...

Kostümführer*innen vor dem See Monrepos.

Tour the palace, grand squares, cobbled streets and churches; hear from costumed kitchen maids or aristocrats; enjoy food-themed tours or take a quiz; go on foot or travel by bus. The choice is always yours!

Innenaufnahme der Tourist Information Ludwigsburg mit Tresen.

When you get to Ludwigsburg, start here at the Tourist Information Center. Our staff are locals, who know what’s on, where to go and what to see.

Contact us

Do you have any special requests or questions? Would you like to book up for a city tour or an event? Are you looking for that perfect souvenir or gift? At the Ludwigsburg Tourist Information Center, we are always ready to help you. Get in touch with us by phone, by email or by visiting our welcoming office with its gift shop, handy café, art gallery and the Ludwigsburg Museum.

Ludwigsburg Tourist Information Center
Eberhardstraße 1
71634 Ludwigsburg

Tel: +49 7141 9102252
Fax: +49 7141 9102774

Opening times: Tue - Sat, 10 am - 6 pm, Sun 10 am - 3 pm, closed on Mondays and public holidays


  • Just north of Stuttgart. FLY into Stuttgart International Airport (45 minutes); come by TRAIN on Germany’s swift rail network (; come by CAR on Germany’s world-class Autobahn/motorway network.
  • Convenient for popular regions, such as the Black Forest and Lake Constance.
  • Handy for major cities, such as Frankfurt, Munich and Zurich.


Getting there

Ludwigsburg is easy to get to by train, car or plane. From Stuttgart Airport, travel to Ludwigsburg on the S-Bahn, the Stuttgart Region’s efficient suburban rail network.

By air

Ludwigsburg is around 20 miles/30 km from Stuttgart Airport. From the airport station, take the S2 or S3 on the S-Bahn to Stuttgart main station; change to the S4 or S5 to Ludwigsburg. The total journey takes about 45 minutes.

By train

Ludwigsburg is only 12 minutes from the heart of Stuttgart on the S4 line (destination: Marbach / Backnang) or S5 (destination: Bietigheim). In addition, trains on the Stuttgart - Würzburg, Stuttgart - Karlsruhe and Stuttgart - Heilbronn lines all stop at Ludwigsburg station. From the station, there are regular buses to the city center and main sights.

Ludwigsburg is part of the VVS, the Stuttgart Region’s transport system. For ticket pricing, Ludwigsburg is in tariff Zone 2. For details of how to plan your journey, tickets and prices, use the VVS on-line timetable.

By car

With two exits off the A 81 highway, Ludwigsburg is easy to access by car. Driving north from Munich, take the Ludwigsburg Süd exit; driving south from Würzburg / Heilbronn, take the Ludwigsburg Nord exit. Ludwigsburg is also easy to get to from Stuttgart and Heilbronn via federal highway 27. The route to the city center is clearly signposted.

There are plenty of parking spaces and parking garages in the heart of Ludwigsburg.

Important: All of Ludwigsburg is part of the regional low-emission zone. That means that only vehicles with one of Germany’s green Emissions Stickers are allowed free entry to the zone.


Available in English, Italian, French and Spanish, our image brochure can be downloaded here.

English version

Welcome to Ludwigsburg, Germany’s Baroque gem! Just outside Stuttgart and close to the Black
Forest, the Baroque town of Ludwigsburg is a true pearl in Southern Germany.

English version (3.1 MB)

Italian version

Benvenuti a Ludwigsburg! Situata nella regione di Stoccarda, ai confini con la Foresta Nera, la città
di Ludwigsburg è uno dei luoghi più belli della Germania meridionale.

Italian version (3.1 MB)

French Version

French Version (3.1 MB)

Spanish Version

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