Reisetipps - Heidehofstraße 49, 70184 Stuttgart

21 Bäckereien bieten leckere und gesunde Produkte. Hier bekommt man frisches auch mit Sauerteig gebackenes Brot, bei Kaffee und Kuchen kann man sich hier in familiärer Atmosphäre mit Freunden unterhalten oder einfach gesund frühstücken. Bequem zu erreichen ist Bäckerei Hummel. Frische und preiswerte Gerichte in sattmachigen Portionen bieten 44 Fast-Food-Buden und Schnellrestaurants wie Wagenburg Eck und Eis-Bistro Pinguin. Nicht weit entfernt ist Wagenburg Eck. Ideal für Singles und Paaren, die nicht gern am Herd ihre Zeit verbringen.

Jugendgüstehaus Internationaler Bund
Richard-Wagner-Straße 2 - (Luftlinie 0.52 km)
Sünderstaffel - (Luftlinie 0.72 km)
Krömer's Bürgerstuben
Gablenberger Hauptstraße 2-4 - (Luftlinie 0.81 km)
Hotel Wirt Am Berg
Gaisburgstraße 31 - (Luftlinie 0.84 km)
Wirt Am Berg
Gaisburgstraße 12A - (Luftlinie 0.87 km)
Pischekstraße 68 - (Luftlinie 0.99 km)
Schwarenbergstraße 84C - (Luftlinie 0.99 km)
Charlottenstraße 25 - (Luftlinie 1.02 km)
Urbanstraße 33 - (Luftlinie 1.03 km)
Ostendstr. 70 - (Luftlinie 1.19 km)
Marktstraße 1-3 - (Luftlinie 1.48 km)
Königstr. 1c - (Luftlinie 1.5 km)
Rathauspassage 2 - (Luftlinie 1.56 km)
Stephanstr. 19 / Königstr. 1 - (Luftlinie 1.57 km)
New Yorker
Königstr. 16 - (Luftlinie 1.59 km)
Königstr. 14 - (Luftlinie 1.59 km)
Königstr. 12 - (Luftlinie 1.6 km)
Königstr. 6 - (Luftlinie 1.62 km)
Wagenburg Eck
Wagenburgstr. 81 - (Luftlinie 0.55 km)
Eis-Bistro Pinguin
Eugensplatz 2a - (Luftlinie 0.73 km)
Imbiss am Overweg
Overweg 5a - (Luftlinie 0.95 km)
Imbiß Maria
Strombergstr. 17 - (Luftlinie 0.97 km)
Pizzeria Il Capitano
Kanalstr. 10 - (Luftlinie 1.24 km)
Ristorante Pizzeria La Famiglia
Schurwaldstr. 27 - (Luftlinie 1.24 km)
Bistro Brenner
Brennerstr. 5 - (Luftlinie 1.29 km)
Imbiß Aladin
Pfarr 7 - (Luftlinie 1.35 km)
Star Kebap und Pizza
Neckarstraße 92 - (Luftlinie 1.38 km)
Bäckerei Hummel
Gänsheidestr. 39 - (Luftlinie 0.43 km)
Schwarenbergstraße 121 - (Luftlinie 0.69 km)
Bäckerei Lieb Inh. Groß, Jens
Wagenburgstr. 118 - (Luftlinie 0.72 km)
Bäckerei Konditorei Café Nast
Urbanstraße 55 - (Luftlinie 1.11 km)
Bäckerei Konditorei Café Nast
Charlottenplatz 6 - (Luftlinie 1.14 km)
Bäckerei Konditorei Café Nast
Esslinger Straße 40 - (Luftlinie 1.28 km)
Bäckerei Voß
Ostendstraße 59 - (Luftlinie 1.31 km)
Bäckerei Frank
Wächterstr. 9 - (Luftlinie 1.31 km)
Bäckerei Voß
Abelsbergstraße 69 - (Luftlinie 1.46 km)
Alte Schule
Gablenberger Hauptstr. 128 - (Luftlinie 0.24 km)
Gablenberger Hauptstr. 114 - (Luftlinie 0.27 km)
Trattoria Vivaldi
Bergstr. 5 - (Luftlinie 0.3 km)
Restaurant Hasen
Gablenberger Hauptstr. 91 - (Luftlinie 0.36 km)
Restaurant Sakristei
Gablenberger Hauptstr. 84 - (Luftlinie 0.39 km)
Weinstube Träuble
Gablenberger Hauptstr. 66 - (Luftlinie 0.49 km)
Fossil Cafe Location
Rosenstein,Gewann 1 - (Luftlinie 0.55 km)
Chinarestaurant Palast
Gablenberger Hauptstr. 45 - (Luftlinie 0.57 km)
Ca' Doge
Gablenberger Hauptstr. 45 - (Luftlinie 0.59 km)


Stuttgart, Kleiner Schlossplatz 1
Ecstasy is one of the oldest and one of the most astounding phenomena of European and non-European cultures. Originally forged in the context of religion and ritual, the transcendental experience of ecstasy was first conceptualized in antiquity. It has been an integral part of Western social theories ever since, even as its definition and social significance have been continually modified and expanded. In indigenous cultural spaces, ecstasy generally bears positive connotations and is experienced within the context of ritual acts, but it was and is often perceived as threatening in societies dominated by industrialization, capitalism, and globalization. Here ecstasy means loss of control, and it harbors the danger of an individual or an entire collective deviating from the norm. Exceptions are transcendental experiences within religious contexts or profane ecstasies, as may be observed during sporting events, concerts, or politically motivated activities.
In its cultural significance and complexity, ecstasy also entered the visual arts and engaged in extraordinary alliances with the related disciplines of music and dance.

Beginning in the fall of 2018, the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart will, for the first time, trace these and other connections as it dedicates itself to the phenomenon of ecstasy in a large thematic exhibition. Drawing from paradigmatic examples from antiquity to the present, the exhibition illuminates the various spiritual, political, psychological, social, sexual, and aesthetic implications of euphoric and intoxicated states between asceticism and excess.

In nine thematic rooms, the visitor will become familiar with the various faces of ecstasy and with the shifting social significance of mind-altering states as it changed over the centuries. In so doing, it will also consider how different cultural spheres handle the phenomenon of ecstasy. With art at its foundation, the exhibition will introduce the viewer to the various ways that artists have approached ecstatic states—from pictorial representations to video and installation works to kinesthetic experiences. The visitor may therefore not only comprehend but also experience the relevance and historical development of ecstasy. Music plays a central role here, as it unifies transcendental experience in all cultures. Rhythmic sounds, repetitive movements, and visual stimuli prepare the groundwork for reaching a state of »being beside oneself.«


Stuttgart, Kleiner Schlossplatz 1


70372 Stuttgart, 21 Kegelenstraße