Fellbach is a mid-sized town on the north-east Border of Stuttgart in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. With a population of approximately 43,700 as of December 2003, it is the second largest town in the District Rems-Murr-Kreis. The area of the town is 27.7 km (10.7 sq mi).
Restaurants in Fellbach
5 based on 11 reviews
Lovely pub with an extremely friendly host and clientele. Definitely the best spot to go for a beer in Fellbach.
4 based on 10 reviews
This is the most beautiful place in Fellbach for a trip to the nature. I took all my airbnb guests up there and everyone was exited about the view and beauty of the place.
Its also possible with public transport (bus to Kelter plus a 15 min. - shortcut! - walk.)
Make shure the see both views!!! From there you can see the little chappel which was built be Kaiser Wilhelm where is wife was buried.
There are two restaurants up there too. The greek restaurant has good food.
Its of course for everyone to visit! Solo, couples, families...
4 based on 14 reviews
If you want to keep the kids occupied during the cold weather days, TobiDu is a good choice.Its a little above 30 mins from main station. The entry for kids is 7.5 Euro and toddlers go for free.. watch out for Happy hours sometime when prices are halved. The area is not too big. It has a separate toddler zone for below 5 yr kids with a small slide descending in soft colourful balls , a jumping space and a small house all very kid safe.. the best part is the trampoline space where kids have maximum fun.. there are around 4-5 kid safe climbing and sliding attractions..the car rides cost you 5 additional Euros.. the food court is basic with medium sized area.. not a must see or do but good for a day trip..kids 5 and above will enjoy the most
4 based on 5 reviews
Das Soccer Olymp bietet gute Plätze für Hallenfußball. Die Preise sind ok, etwas ungeschickt ist, dass man selbst nichts zu trinken mitbringen darf. Das Essen in der angeschlossenen Sportsbar hat ein gutes Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis.
4 based on 5 reviews
Das war unser erstes Mal in einem Escape Room. Wir haben definitiv mehr erwartet.
Die Rätsel waren teilweise aufeinander aufbauend, teilweise völlig voneinander unabhängig. Wir mussten ständig mit Tipps versorgt werden weil oft der Bestätigungston ausblieb.
Mit Teamwork hatte das ganze auch nicht wirklich was zu tun. Von 15 Rätseln gab es vielleicht zwei oder drei die man nicht alleine lösen konnte.
Der Veranstalter wirkt bemüht aber leider nicht profesionell genug.
Wir haben den Raum "Death Live" gespielt.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Very strange bar, good vips and wars on Friday playing vwth DJ - old German songs. It seems that the bar is "new" they dont have any draft beer, and many things wars missing if you ask them for standard drinks. But very nicé people and a place you as tourist can visit with an smile.
3 based on 59 reviews
The outdoor pool opens at 07.00 on Tuesdays and Thursdays and 07.00 on every day and costs E3.60. This is a v. impressive open air, early morning swim venue with both 50m and 25m sections (and a slide into the 25m section). The other users are friendly - if you speak any German! And they are obviously regulars! I had stayed at the Best Western Hotel next door earlier in the year so when I returned to stay elsewhere with friends, I was determined to have some early swims here. The reason I would give it 4 stars rather than 5 is that it is not heated which is a bit of a shock if you're not expecting it!!! But the showers are lovely and hot! The brand new complex is v. modern with electronic bands to open and close your chosen locker. There are no other facilities, ie. cafe, open at that time of the morning. The pool is well served with the U1 tram to Schwabenlandhalle. I went every morning of my 5-day stay in Stuttgart and am already planning my next visits for next year. Overall, speaking to local friends, the FF3 is really popular and would be worth spending a few hours there, particularly with children.
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