Whether baroque, gothic or renaissance - in Graz numerous epochs merge to a fascinating whole.
Palais and weapons
The car-free Herrengasse is the shopping mile of the city and impresses with numerous impressive buildings. On the one hand there is the state armoury, with one of the largest weapon collections in the world. Or immerse yourself in one of the numerous palaces with their romantic courtyards, such as the Generalihof or the Herzoghof.
Bell tower in Graz
Not only Bern has its world-famous glockenspiel... Graz also has one...3 times a day 2 window wings open at the carillon place and a pair of traditional costumes rotate in circles in the sound of the bells.
Tradition and modernity
The river of Graz, the Mur, divides the city. Here you can see the contrast between tradition and modernity. On one side there are narrow alleys, cosy restaurants and small pubs. On the other side is the extravagant art house "friendly alien" with various temporary exhibitions. A floating shell (Murinsel) connects the two districts.
Schlossberg in the middle of the old town is the Schlossberg. On foot, with the Schlossbergbahn or with the lift you can enjoy a wonderful view over the city.
With the travel specialist to Graz
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Only a little more than 1 hour flight time is required for a city trip to Graz. The second largest city in Austria and provincial capital of Styria impresses with its diversity.