Built between 18, this beautiful structure, known locally as Grabkapelle, consists of a domed rotunda in Neoclassical style inspired by the Pantheon in Rome (it's also where Wilhelm himself is buried).It's well worth the walk as you'll be rewarded with the city's most spectacular views.The expansive Schlossplatz is very much the focal point for visitors and locals alike.
The nearby Untertürkheim diesel engine factory is also open for tours, and the Porsche Museum, with its exquisite collection of more than 300 restored vehicles, is also worth a visit.
In the south wing is the 16th-century palace church where you'll find the tombs of famous former residents and royalty.
Perched high upon the Württemberg overlooking Stuttgart and the Neckar valley is the burial chapel of Queen Katharina, erected by King Wilhelm I as a monument to his beloved wife after her premature death.
The Staatsgalerie Stuttgart (the State Gallery) is home to one of the finest art collections in Germany and is one of the country's most visited museums.
Best known for its superlative collection of 20th-century paintings, the museum also boasts impressive collections of German Renaissance art as well as Dutch and Italian Masters from the 14th to 19th centuries.
Named after a little Moorish-style palace built in 1842, the Wilhelma Zoological and Botanic Garden is a one-of-a-kind attraction.