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To the southwest of Murrhardt, 25 miles away, is Stuttgart.
A range of worthwhile attractions, including Mercedes Benz Museum and Wilhelma Zoo, can be visited from nearby Hegnach. Hegnach is a modest 17 miles to the southwest of Murrhardt.
Outdoorsy types flock to Hohenlohe to see its diverse natural spaces. Find out what it's all about at Rosenstein Park and Max-Eyth-See, 20 miles and 20 miles away from Murrhardt, respectively.
The VfB Stuttgart take on their opponents at Mercedes-Benz Arena. It's in Stuttgart, 20 miles to the southwest of Murrhardt. Or you could take a behind-the-scenes tour to find out about the stadium's inner workings and local sports history.
When the snow hits the peaks, head 55 miles to Skizentrum Enzklosterle Hirschkopflifte. It's perfect for skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts.
If you go 4 miles to the southeast of Murrhardt you will get to Eichenkirnberg. A trip here gives you the chance to visit Golfclub Oberrot-Frankenberg and Schwabenpark. Alternatively, you should stop by Wildeck Castle and Bihlmayer Famly Vineyard in Jux. This destination sits 9 miles away from Murrhardt.
Michelfeld is only 9 miles to the north of Murrhardt. This area hotspot is home to a wide range of things to see, such as Schwabish Hall Cathedral, Haellisch-Fraenkisches Museum and Unterwoehrd Park. St. Nikolaus and Kleincomburg St. Agidius are some more sites that should be on every traveler's list.
Most often, an area's true personality can be found within its culinary traditions.
An outstanding meal is only as good as the quality of its ingredients. Luckily for us, the potatoes and beef here are fantastic.
Dine like the locals by ordering schupfnudel (potato and flour pasta, usually with sauerkraut) and gaisburger marsch (meat potato and vegetable stew).
After you are finished with your main course, treat yourself to some delectable Schwarzwälder kirschtorte (Black Forest cake).
Whether you prefer red, white or anything in between, wine is a wonderful beverage to complement an evening meal. Try the regional favorites, Baden Spätburgunder and Württemberg Trollinger.
After you've spent your remaining euros and it's time to go home, say a last "Auf Wiedersehen" to Murrhardt.
Stuttgart Central Station Airport is your handiest airport at about 25 miles to the southwest, so make sure that you get there well before your boarding time.
As there aren't any Murrhardt accommodations registered with Expedia, a good alternative is to stay in Auenwald, which is only 5 miles away. The Hotel am Südtor and Löwen Hotel Arian are the best options in Auenwald.