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Schloss Solitude

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Recommended by 148 out of 153 road cyclists

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  • Marius

    The Hermitage Solitude is idyllically located in the former ducal hunting grounds west of Stuttgart. The castle is considered the most sophisticated creation of Duke Carl Eugen of Württemberg and was one of the largest construction companies of its time.Today Solitude impresses with great architecture, a spacious garden and a magnificent view towards Ludwigsburg. Through the northern gate, the course of the Solitude-All can be marveled at - a direct connection axis from the Residenzschloss Ludwigsburg to the duke's favorite hunt lock, which was used by the Württembergische Landesvermessung from 1820 as a baseline.

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  • Wolfes

    Nice masonry. Even if you just drive past it.
    But there is also something to see inside. I think a kind of museum.

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  • Sandra

    Great view and a huge meadow for a short breather in between ... and if you're lucky, even the ice cream truck comes over!

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  • DUR 2017 & 18 & Groß Glockner

    Schloss Solitude was built between 1763 and 1769 by Johann Friedrich Weyhing and Philippe de La Guêpière as a hunting and representation palace under Duke Carl Eugen von Württemberg. In 1858 the Solitude became part of the community Gerlingen. Wikipedia
    Address: Solitude 1, 70197 Stuttgart
    Opened: 1770
    Opening Hours: Open today · 10: 00-12: 00, 13: 30-17: 00
    Telephone: 0711 696699
    Architect: Philippe de La Guêpière

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  • HansJoergOtt

    An impressive castle - far beyond Stuttgart. The climb is worthwhile. Of course you can also go by car. ;-)

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  • Maik

    Very nice view over the Solitudenallee!

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  • Jacky Radprofi

    Beautiful castle with a direct view to the castle Ludwigsburg.

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  • Elevation540 m