Amira Hotel

Conrad von Hoetzendorfstrasse 17, Graz, 8570, Austria
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Trains from Graz

by pipipopo


I'm planning to go to Graz

I like to know which nearby international destinations I can go to from Graz Train Station?(Timings and frequencies as well)

Is there a website or something that says the timetables?


Re: Trains from Graz

by Kathi63


How to you plan to go to Graz.

Good web-sites are this is the schedule for the trains in Austria. The train from and to Vienna goes every hour. The city transportation in Graz for bus and tram is it's only in German. The frequency is variably. But you can say the main directions are driving every 10 minutes.
I hope this helps you a little.
I wish you a nice time in Graz

Re: Trains from Graz

by leics

You will find maps of rail lines here:

Train times, details and fares in English here:

If you just want times and details of almost any European train, then I find:

easiest to use.

Re: Trains from Graz

by leics

As you mention international destinations. you might consider a trip into Slovenia or Hungary, neither of which are too far from Graz by train.

Travel Tips for Graz

A bit of the "real" Austria

by ema522

Although Graz is one of the larger cities in Austria, it doesn't feel that way. Everything the ordinary tourist wants to see or do is within walking distance, and there are many good restaurants and shops along the way. It's a pleasant 2-3 hour train ride from Vienna & is just the right size for a day trip. While it might lack the imperial splendor of Vienna, it has enough historical interest and architectural charm to satisfy all but the most discriminating traveler. Go to the clock tower at the top of the castle hill (fortunately accessible by elevator as well) and you'll be rewarded with a beautiful panorama of the city.


by polardabar

I won't start speaking about the university, 'coz I was supposed my freshman year there, but things went wrong, so it slipped out of my hands. Would like to do that someday anyway! :)

Graz has been an important university city since 1585. I bet you're thinking to yourself: what could beat Vienna?! But, it has a pretty good reputation as the matter of fact. There's the Karl-Franzens-University, the Technical university & the Music university. The unique thing about it is that it has the only jazz uni in Europe! I think this is a good reason for Graz to have so many international students.

a scene of the victory over the turques in 1683

by globetrott

When you are inside the Mausoleum you may see this interesting painting in the very centre of the ceiling of Katharinenkirche :
It shows the siege of Vienna by the turques and it shows emperor Leopold as the heroic conqueror over the turques, although Leopold fled to Passau as soon as the turques arrived in Vienna, and he did not return, untill his troops could finally push back the enemies...
Click on my picture and see the city of Vienna & the siege of the Turques in 1683. It was not only a victory against Turkey, BUT also a victory of the Christian faith over the Moslems and for that reason this large painting was made in the centre of the cuppola in the church.

I'll be back!!!

by William1982

Don't forget to visit the ArnoldSchwarzenegger stadion while in Graz. There is a gym at the back of the stadium which has a museum dedicated to the athlete/ actor/ politician.

The stadium is shared by Graz's two top football teams - Sturm Graz, who dominated Austrian football in the late nineties and Grazer AK (or GAK) who won the title last season for the first time ever in their history.

Dom im Berg

by aramat

The "Dom" inside the Schlossberg - in the former system of air-raid shelters - was created in 1999 as a future-oriented art space and a multi-purpose event hall, a place for cultural projects. It's an exciting space with good programs.

The entrance is from the Schlossbergplatz.


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