I planned a trip to Stuttgart to break the monotony of my life. I booked my journey with Delta Airlines Reservations. They offered me tickets at the best price with a host of services. The whole booking process was so smooth that I just spent five minutes on the seat I actually wanted. Additionally, when I requested an agent of the Delta Airlines Reservations team to help me in my check-in process, he advised me to check-in online to save on service fees. Can you imagine?
My flight was on-time. The in-flight service was exceptional and for this I will give the Airlines five out of five stars. After landing at Stuttgart airport, the first destination I explored was Wilhelma Zoo.
The zoo is inspired by the architecture of the 19th century. For the safety of each animal, the zoo is surrounded by huge walls from all sides. I took some snaps with Monkeys, Sloths, African Elephants, and more. All the animals greeted me as guests in their home. I enjoyed it thoroughly.
After this trip to Wilhelma Zoo, I planned to explore the beautiful Sepulchral Chapel. The Sepulchral Chapel was built in the memory of the King’s beloved wife who died in an accident. The interior of this building can’t be expressed in words. This chapel is enclosed by orchards and heart-warming views.
To experience luxury and lavishness, I visited the Ludwigsburg Palace located at Ludwigsburg in the north of Stuttgart. It is one of the most graceful palaces in Germany. The walls are filled with the art of Matthäus Günther. All the ancient art is drawn on the wall of Marble Hall. I witnessed the illusions of thunder, rain, and wind at the theatre museum. The dim yellow light formulating ancient German culture. I ended my day by tasting some street foods in the city.
The Grabkapelle on Württemberg Hill topping Stuttgart and the Neckar valley, the palace is surrounded by the beautiful flower beds. It is a house of prayer of Queen Katharina, built by King Wilhelm I as a landmark to his dearest wife after her unexpected death in the year 1819.
The Grabkapelle construction started in 1820 and concluded in the year 1824. This delightful structure comprises a domed arcade in Neoclassical style cheered by the Pantheon in Rome. It is viewed as the most emotional spot in Stuttgart due to its unique setting. However, essentially as a result of Wilhelm’s impression over the passage to the house of prayer, “Love is perpetual” in memory of his lost wife.
After witnessing the beauty and culture of Germany, I concluded my trip to Stuttgart. For the return ticket, I communicated with Delta Airlines Flight Reservations team and confirmed my seat. The journey was incredible. I would suggest everyone be there for at least once. Book tickets with the customer service number to enjoy a 30% discount on the total ticket fare.