Amedia Hotel Graz

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Conrad-von-Hotzendorf-Strasse 60, Graz, A-8010, Austria
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Costs 20% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Solo71
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Canadian girl moving to Graz in May, seeking some insight into the city,people,culture ect.

by Sarah_1457

Hello, im not really sure how this thing works..
I am moving to Graz in May for a year to be an au pair. I was wondering if there are any other au pairs in the area? Also, what there is to do in Graz(travelling, nightlife ect), and what the people and culture are like.
If someone could give me some insight into this, than it would be muchly appreciated. Thanks so much! :)

RE: Canadian girl moving to Graz in May, seeking some insight into the city,people,culture ect.

by meinnameistbernd

Ok, I am not an Aupair but at least but I was born in Graz. There many beautiful places to go to. People are very friendly and while the terms there tons of students all around. Nightlife is good. And if you want to travel you should go around. Slovenia (you should see the coast) is nearby, you should to see the Volleyball tournament in Carinthia in the summer or take the train to Vienna. And if you meet people you could go to Italy. There are only 300 k residents but its a good place to go. If you want to know more let me know.

RE: Canadian girl moving to Graz in May, seeking some insight into the city,people,culture ect.

by GriffGrazer

I am an American that is currently living here in Graz, and I'm not sure if you've already moved here or not, but just give me a call and we can hang out. I know plenty of people here, and plenty to do outside of being an Au Pair.

Re: Canadian girl moving to Graz in May, seeking some insight into the city,people,culture ect.

by AnnaBeecher

hello, i dunno if you still check this, because your posting was ages ago, but I am an also an aupair in Graz, and would love to meet up. Where abouts in Graz do you work? well yeah...I hope you're having a good time here! I really like it...but a year is LONG! I'm from England and have been here since July.

Re: travelling to graz

by dennis.jq

i need help in getting info how long does it take to travel via bus from paris to vienna/ or graz and how much does it cost in euros? we will be in graz for the choir games from July 15-19. thanks

Travel Tips for Graz

Gingerbread land, a fairytale...

by AussieKitten

Visit the old churches, clock tower (for the views) and historic homes. 1. Setting my teeth into a very large vanilla slice at a cosy cafe.
2. Feeling as though I was set in a fairytale, due to the surroundings of forest and ornamental buildings.
3. Eating Mozart chocolate balls and sipping Mozart thick chocolate liqueur... yum!

Architecture 2

by aramat

In the old town, and particularly around the Hauptplatz, there are beautifully decorated buildings.

The house in the middle (at the corner of the Hauptplatz and the Sporgasse) is called Luegg. It comes from the phrase "ums Eck lugen", meaning to peek around the corner. It's has been a busy spot since the 13th century.

The Holy Trinity

by croisbeauty

The Grazers are devoted and practicle catholics, there are many signs of it in the town. This beautiful Holy Trinity column stands on the vegetable market, which is situated on the right bank of river Mur right opposite to the castle hill.

Opera House

by barryg23

When we came back down from Schlossberg I think we took a wrong turn somewhere and after a while wandering the streets we ended up near the opera house. It's about a 10 minute walk back to Hauptplatz from here. Not really worth coming down to see, unless the farmers market behind the opera house is on.

Beautiful country to visit.

by dabidc

It seemed that the area for the vineyards is relatively small and can be visited in a day or two depending on the number of visits to the wineries. Seriously it is an area a little like Tuscany, I am told, but it it is good walking country and a photographers dream location.

Old house, wine presses and vines festooning the house, make for some fine pics.

Southern Styria and the Wine roads are south of Graz, close to the Slovenian border and to the west of the main highway between Graz and Maribor.


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