3/5 - Okay
Verified traveler29 Sep 2019
After Vienna and Salzburg much less crowded but disturbing amount of graffiti in evidence, particularly near river.
Explore the historic area of Graz—restaurants, shopping and popular sights from Styrian Armoury to Graz Cathedral.
Shopping, Museums and Historical Buildings
Discover innovative exhibitions of contemporary art and photography in Graz’s futuristic “Friendly Alien,” a biomorphic and architecturally astonishing museum.
This modest-looking Gothic cathedral houses an elaborate Baroque place of worship, including a 15th-century fresco, ornate high altar and a magnificent organ.
This stately town hall is symbolic of the city’s remarkable growth and features beautiful late 19th-century architecture, an ornate façade and an intriguing history.
Explore lavish 18th-century State Rooms, see stunning planetary-themed murals and wander in the beautifully landscaped gardens of this Baroque palace.
Visit the jewel in the “Crown of the Town” to find a stunning example of Mannerist architecture and a richly decorated interior at this historic emperor’s mausoleum.
Graz has one of the most well-preserved historic old towns in Austria. At the heart of it lies the main square, a perfect starting point for a tour of the city.
Take out a vintage Polaroid camera to capture the sights of Graz on a tour that gives you a nostalgic look at one of Austria's grandest cities. A local guide leads you on a walk to the monuments and elegant buildings around the city center, where you can snap some instant photo souvenirs to take home.
Your trip begins with pick up from your hotel/accommodation in Vienna after you meet up with your professional driver/guide. From there you will board your transportation and take a relaxing trip through Austria's beautiful countryside before you reach the Baden.
Make your own way to the Styrian Armoury Museum, located in the historic heart of Graz, then step inside to begin your independent tour. Perhaps pick up an audio-guide at the entrance (own expense), or take a guided tour at a €2.50 supplement.
Karen5 May 2019
A beautiful town like out of a fairy tale book!