Rosensteinpark

Located near the Wilhelma Zoo, Rosensteinpark features rolling lawns and wooded areas with paths that lead to viewpoints overlooking the city. It’s an ideal place for a leisurely stroll with panoramic views as a reward.

Rosensteinpark in Stuttgart is one of the largest English-style landscape gardens in southern Germany. Located near the city center, it serves as a green oasis for both locals and visitors. The park was created between 1824 and 1840 by King Wilhelm I of Württemberg, who commissioned the renowned horticulturist Johann Bosch to design it. Named after the adjacent Rosenstein Palace, which was the king’s summer residence, the park extends over an area of approximately 100 hectares.

The park features a variety of landscapes, including expansive lawns, wooded areas, and picturesque lakes, making it a popular spot for leisurely walks, picnics, and outdoor activities. It also houses several historical buildings and monuments, such as the Villa Berg and the Wilhelma, a zoological-botanical garden that adds to its charm. The park is part of the larger “Green U,” a network of connected parks in Stuttgart, providing continuous green space and recreational areas in the urban environment.

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