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One of the best kept secrets of Europe, with an unmistakably cosmopolitan atmosphere, Graz retains a distinctive magnificence and flair, accentuated by its rustic architecture. Known to be the second largest city in the country, Graz is the capital of Bundesland and lies at the foot of Mur River amidst the Styrian Alps and a broad fertile basin, the Grazerfeld. The word Graz is derived from gradec, which means “tiny fortress”. The best preserved city of Central Europe boasts a population of 633,168 and was known to be the one of the most populous cities in Europe.

The clock tower      |        Image by Another_Simon from Pixabay 
 

Graz has been an inspiration for the residents of Croatia, Slovenia and Ljubljana due to its breath-taking architecture and awe-inspiring history. In the year 1999 the historic centres of the city were declared to be the World Heritage Site by UNESCO which later expanded and covered the whole city thereby adding wings to the glory of this place. The year 2003 marked to be a significant sight when Graz was declared to be the cultural capital of the country and a city of culinary delight in the year 2008. 

 

Streets of Graz     |        Image by  TheoRivierenlaan from Pixabay 
 

The slow and epicurean lifestyle that the city provides is all about pampering yourself with the best, now that you have finally made it to the city of numerous shops, make sure to pack empty bags as you have the option to stroll through the high end shops to the low-end ones which is situated on the streets where the renaissance art amalgamated with the baroque architecture and dazzle every eye that witnesses the ultimate beauty of the city. However, as compared to several other cities in Austria, Graz has always been a bit off radar when compared to the most visited places in the country, so if you want to explore an underrated yet the most beautiful city, you already know your destination.   

Best Time To Visit Graz 

Graz is a city which entertains favourite atmosphere to meander around and stroll through the streets and enjoy the cold wind gushing by almost all around the year, however, if you are looking to visit when the various culture unite to the city in form of tourists, make sure to book your tickets during April to September. The accommodation rates are usually budget-friendly, the temperature gets a bit warm during the summer months which makes moving around the city a bit hard. Every month has some surprise for you to unwind so make sure to plan your journey and book the tickets in advance. 

 

Blessed with a well-developed public transportation facility, Graz is known to be the second largest city in Austria for a reason. Graz has pleasant weather so if you want to explore the city on foot, make sure to wear comfy shoes as you are going to walk a lot. You can also consider renting a bicycle and exploring the city if you are travelling solo or with friends. One can simply rent a bicycle for 15 EUR for a day or 70 EUR for a week. Fitness freaks can even grab a mountain bike if they plan to pump up some iron and show off that stamina while lurking into the magnificent nature. 

Tram, Graz       |        Image by TheoRivierenlaan from Pixabay 
 

If you are looking for a cheap way to explore the sights of Graz, you can even opt for trans. There are approximately six tram lines that stop at Jakominiplatz and connect it with Hauptbahnhof, the trams leave at an interval of 5 to 20 minutes and operate from Monday to Saturday from 5 in the morning till the evening when sun goes down. Two trams- Tram 1 and Tram 7 function throughout the night thereby making roaming around fun, safe and convenient. A single ticket can be bought for 2.40 EUR while a 24 hour pass costs only 5.30 EUR. 

 

Bus, Graz      |        Image by danielhak from flickr 
 

Busses are nothing less than a surprise for all those who are looking to explore the city without going way too heavy on their pockets. Graz has 24 bus lines that interconnect one part of the city to the other. The main station Hauptbahnhof is the place where the majority of travellers occupy the seats, the busses are equipped with AC and provide a clear window to give you the outside view at its best. A single ticket would cost around 2.40 EUR and can be bought from a tabak, you can even buy the tickets from the driver. 

A private vehicle that picks you up whenever you want, from wherever you want at your desired time is God sent and you need to embrace it at all cost. Taxi in Graz is the best way to visit the sightseeing places directly from your accommodation. Rydeu provides the best taxi service in Graz that fits right into your budget. 

 

Traveling does things to our minds like sleep does things with our body. We all deserve to pamper ourselves once in a while and now that you have decided to land on the beautiful city with ecstatic views and scenic surroundings, you need to plan certain things out and transportation from the airport to your accommodation is one of them. There is an array of facilities that the city provides while talking about airport transfers from Graz.

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Graz Airport    |       Image by michael.kjaer from flickr 
 

Busses are one way to reach the city centre and then grab a vehicle to your accommodation or walk to your accommodation if it is located in a close proximity to the heart of the city. Two busses, bus no. 630 and bus number 631 runs to Jakominiplatz from the airport and takes approximately 20 to 25 minutes to drop off the passenger at the predetermined destination. The tickets for a bus are as low as a cone of ice-cream, you can get a ticket for 2.40 EUR for a day. 

S-Bahn is the best option if you are running short on time, busses are sometimes crowded and might face traffic jams, however that can not happen with a train. S-Bahn S5 runs from the airport station to the city centre station. The airport station is situated at a distance of 300 m from the departing terminal so you do not have to be harsh on your legs. The journey can be completed in just 12 minutes which is recorded to be the fastest time to reach the city centre after a private taxi from Graz airport. 

Graz airport taxi hire cost varies from vehicle to vehicle. Rydeu takes care of every traveller and sets the cost as per the budget plan of our customers, from a fancy ride to a casual one, we provide it all. We provide the best taxi booking services in Graz airport to ease the pain of standing and looking for a vehicle after travelling for a long time. 

 

After years of being way better than the majority of its siblings such as Vienna, Salzburg and Innsbruck, Graz has finally made it to the itinerary of every traveller that wishes to explore Austria at its best. The alluring city simply has a lot to offer if you are ready to take it. The fascinating architecture, the mouth-watering aroma of the regional cuisine, lively nightlife- parks gardens and off-beat shopping complexes, Graz keeps everything in consideration to stand out as a city. 

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Old Town Graz
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1.Old Town Graz

Claimed to be the World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the old town Graz is unlike any other part of the town. This historical architecture must be explored on foot if you want to keenly observe every minute details, the supreme part of this sightseeing includes the glorious sculpture of Archduke Johann that stands proudly near River Mur, The Town Hall and Haus am Luegg. If you want to dive into the divinity of holiness, you can visit the Gothic Franciscan Church that is renowned for its vest tower. Apart from the above mentioned places, there are a lot more places waiting for you to explore. 

 

Schlossberg and the Clock tower
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2. Schlossberg & the Clock Tower

 An adrenaline kicking journey from the funicular all the way up to 473 metres will lead you to this clock tower, if you do not wish to take the funicular, you can even hike up the hill to explore this place. This 28 metre tall clock tower is one of the most significant places of Graz accompanied by a 94-metre deep Turkish Well, referred to as Türkenbrunnen by the locals and a 35-metre tall Bell Fry. There’s a cute cafe tucked in this place and an open theatre for you to enjoy.  

 

 

 

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