The official website of Stuttgart airport (STR) lists a service they call Wrap&Fly.
Opening hours according to the website are Monday through Sunday 5.30am to 6pm.
The service is located at Terminal 3, Level 3.
Studentenwerk Stuttgart is the public provider for student dorms in Stuttgart.
As their website states (sorry, only german), short term rental is possible, but has to be checked with each facility.
Use the email addresses provided in my link, the dorm offices are usually run by students, so an English request should be just fine.
Please note, most dorms ...
The dormitories operated by the Studentenwerk Stuttgart give priority to students of the local universities:
May I rent a room if I am registered at another university?
Of course, you may apply. However, your application will be considered only after all students from our own universities have their rooms.
This means, your chances are pretty bad.
Yes. From the site you link to (which is also explained here)
it is quite clear that late night check in is available from 18:00 - 20:00 the evening before if your flight is scheduled to leave before 11 a.m. the next day which is the case for you.
I tweeted Lufthansa and they were quick to confirm the same info. Also Stuttgart Airport confirmed on Twitter,...
You will almost certainly not be allowed to board your plane from your origin airport.
The airline is responsible for confirming that you have a valid visa to enter the country you're travelling to. Given that your visa is not valid until the day after arrival, they will most likely not let you board the flight as doing so would leave them liable to a fine ...
I'm not sure if I get your question right. Are you planning on both using the same ticket at the same time, but in different busses/trains? That does not work.
You should not have any issues using the ticket with less people then it is for (i.e., traveling alone on a two-person ticket). However, if you want two people to use the ticket, they have to travel ...
I have only used the Lufthansa late night check-in at Frankfurt, but as I expect procedures in Stuttgart to be the same, I'll post my experiences as an answer:
You get both your boarding passes and luggage tags when you drop your bag in the evening, so yes, the next day you go straight to security. Note that you can also combine the late night check in with ...
These are, basically, umbrellas/parasols. If you Google for "Liederhalle Schirme" ("Schirm" being kind of a generic word for sun/rain protection) you will find the website https://www.arneggergmbh.de/de/schirme.html, which apparently is the company who produced these things - they have little images of their products on their website, and the respective ...
These things are located at the entrance of the Liederhalle, "an internationally renowned culture and convention centre". It's functional art.
Since its reconstruction in 1956, the Liederhalle has grown into the hub of cultural and social life in Stuttgart. For more than 50 years now, its distinctive acoustics and architecture have delighted the countless ...
A Blaue Plakette was proposed by environment organizations, but not (yet?) implemented.
You need a green Umweltplakette.
In addition, some diesel cars are not allowed:
Emissionsklasse Euro 4/IV or below in the whole city
Emissionsklasse Euro 5/V or below on some streets (starting January 2020)
additional restrictions might be ...
@Doc is right that the main issue is getting to the airport. Waiting airside (i.e. before the passport control) is not a problem at some large European airports. It's probably very uncomfortable at a small airport like Stuttgart (where people typically wouldn't transit at all) but it might still be possible.
The real question is whether you have the right ...
That certainly is not an official website.
The actual official website for Stuttgart says that you can drive with the green Umweltplakette.
Umweltzonen werden mit einem rechteckigen Schild gekennzeichnet. In besonders gekennzeichneten Umweltzonen ist das Fahren mit einer Umweltplakette dann erlaubt, wenn dies durch ein Zusatzschild ausgewiesen ist. Auf ...
Stuttgart hast official information about the "Umweltzone" in the city:
Quote: "Das heißt, dass Ihr Auto eine grüne Umwelt-Plakette benötigt, um in Stuttgart zu fahren und zu parken."
Loose translation: "You need a GREEN Umwelt-Plakette to drive and park within Stuttgart."
So you should be fine.
I think you are confusing two things: A bus ticket is completely different from a train ticket. There are in fact train tickets which allow for an extra fare to use the bus tickets in the destination area (z.B. SchönerTagTicket NRW), but I take an educated guess that Ravensburg as middle station is out of reach.
Please also state exactly what kind of ...