Leonberg is a town in the German federal state of Baden-Württemberg about 16 km (10 mi) to the west of Stuttgart, the state capital. About 45,000 people live in Leonberg, making it the third-largest borough in the rural district (Landkreis) of Böblingen (after Sindelfingen and Böblingen to the south).
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5 based on 24 reviews
Break the lock an solve the mysterious murder case in an office building in Leonberg. Gather your family, friends and colleagues to crack our unsolved case. You have to find clues, solve different puzzles and riddles and combine them with your teammates. The door closes, you got 60 minutes. The timer is counting... Progression of Events: Leonberg, February the 20th, 2015 It's a stormy evening, Junior CEO Markus Gertring is heading for his office at 9pm. The following day, his father, head of the company, finds his son's dead body on the office floor. Forensics diagnose a death by suffocation. The FBI needs YOU, the Exitgame - Leonberg Team to end this mystery and solve the crime.
I went there with my work colleagus and we had a very good time. The puzzels are intriguing and very well made. I would recomend this as a team building or just for fun.
4.5 based on 156 reviews
The main reason for my stop in Stuttgart was to take this tour. I had visited munich a few years back and missed out on the bmw tour because they were closed that week and have been wanting to do a tour ever since. I booked way ahead of time to ensure I had a spot. The tour was at 10:30am, they ask you to register 20min before though you can probably show up later. They do start right on time. They start with a video so if you are a minute or two late you can still come in during the video I guess. There is a free bus that takes you from the Böblingen station to the Mercedes customer center. The bus leaves approx 10min after the hour and half hour. The ride takes about 10min. You can easily take the S1 train from Stuttgart down which seemed to arrive right on the half hour. The tour itself takes you to two buildings. One where there are people assembling components into the cars on a moving assembly line.
The second where everythign is done by robot machines. They let you get up pretty close. The guide was very knowledgeable. They say the tour is 2hrs but its really more like 90min
4 based on 36 reviews
25E /adults for as many hours on various skill levels and there is instruction. kletterbahn is the german word for high ropes skill courses. there is a modest instruction at the beginning and kids even enjoy it! set in forested area 30 mins north of Stuttgart and an easy ride off autobahn 8. the lodge for lunch or dinner is very nice with regional food at decent prices and all decked out in schwabian brauhaus glory.
4.5 based on 268 reviews
We were checked into a themed room which was really nice, it was a drive in movie themed room. Our room had a bed shaped like a car. I wouldn't bother staying at the hotel if you dont get a themed hotel room.
It overlooked motorworld itself.
However it was absolutely boiling hot at night and none of us got any sleep due to lack of air conditioning. Breakfast wasn't included and the buffet was quite expensive be careful there.
I would say this hotel is good for children who love cars and adults with a car passion. There's a museum for car enthusiasts.
5 based on 25 reviews
Liveexit - The Escape Room adventure with the best puzzles.
We have played all three rooms, with English/German mixed groups, and each one was great fun. The owners have created some unique puzzles with real attention to detail, and something for everyone.
The Kinderartz room is the easiest of the three, fun for small groups and groups with older children. The other two rooms are trickier, but all three have their charms.
We can't wait for the fourth room to be ready!
4.5 based on 12 reviews
Though small, the Pomeranzengarten is beautifully designed and maintained. Signage explaining the garden (primarily in German) is spread throughout the site and gives a good sense of the design values, use of the garden, and the choices of medicinal and decorative plants. As I understood the signage, this is one of the only terraced Renaissance Gardens that still exists. On the day I visited, there were large numbers of visitors calmly passing through and others who chose to sit in the shade and enjoy the park.
A visit to this garden, coupled with a stroll around the well-preserved inner parts of Leonberg, would make a nice afternoon jaunt.
4.5 based on 370 reviews
Stuttgart City Library is one of the most beautiful Libraries in the world, and it is not disappointing. Once you enter the library there is an open space with a small foundation on the ground. I recommended you to go to the top floor and walk down to enjoy the library. The library close late, so perhaps you can go after dinner to have a walk.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
Great modern Seating with easy access from A8/A81 to watch a movie, if you understand Germany. The sound was fantastic, Dolby Atmos and the theater is very clean. Thought one of the cool features are some of the seats are huge lounge chairs and have a footstool to rest your feet on.
Also great there are two restaurants in the theater complex.
4.5 based on 441 reviews
Close to the tower, actually if night time, there could be a carnaval, maybe, just need to find the correct timing, there's a restaurant or cafe at the end, should be good, but didnt try that
3.5 based on 10 reviews
My brother and his family have a Leonberger, so when my niece came to visit, Leonberg was on her 'must see' list. The statue was nice, but the surroundings a bit underwhelming. Donated by IAMS. My niece explained that the Leonberg dog was bred to look like a lion, the emblem of the city. We parked in the City Hall parking lot. 50 euro cents for the 5 minute visit. If you have a Leonberger, this is a photo op worth taking. Otherwise, I wouldn't bother.
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