Schloss Solitude is a somber and edifying place to visit, much like its name suggests. For visitors to Stuttgart who are looking for a historically significant attraction to delight and enchant them, they need look no further than this. The “Palace” as it were is actually rather small. It’s located just outside of Stuttgart’s town square, and was erected in the 18th century. It’s considered to be the masterpiece of its designer, Prince Karl Eugene.
In recent times, Schloss Solitude has been renovated into a series of residential apartments. However, the charm of the building’s ancient façade remains fully intact and it is well worth a visit. Art students working on local scholarships live here, and they along make up the entire list of tenants. Visiting Schloss Solitude can be a nice day long outing in itself, and the trip will definitely let you know where the building got it’s name – it is separated from the town of Ludwigsburg by a 9 mile long, perfectly straight road. Quite a walk, but well worth it!
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