Hotel Mariahilf

Mariahilfer Strasse 9, Graz, Styria, 8020, Austria
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by halikowski

Am moving to Graz in mid-September. Just visited once for interview. Need to find an apartment near the university district. Does anyboday have any tips?

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by Thomas41

Hi,here is acommodation in Graz, on the left you can choose, if you wish cheap hotel, and to the City/Region/Place you can write Graz, Austria, university and it will offer you acommodation near university.

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Graz in Winter

by antistar

When I arrived in Graz there was a snow storm, when I awoke the next day the snow had cleared and I walked about a frozen city under blue skies and a cold bright sun, and waded through the deep snow. So much snow had fallen so quickly that it was pristine in places, and it left some unusual reminders, like the snow ghost draped around the neck of this statue in the park.

Schloss Eggenberg

by globetrott

Schloss Eggenberg is such an interesting palace and it is even in a walking-distance of about 20-25 minutes from the Hauptbahnhof. You may take the tram #1 as well, but from the station "Schloss Eggenberg" you have to walk again 5-10 minutes in order to get to the castle.

The door of the castle-park will be locked at night !! You may walk around the park of Eggenberg palace / Schloss Eggenberg on your own, freely and without restrictions during the day, BUT in order to see the interior of that beautiful palace, you have to take a GUIDED tour !!
That way you have to calculate about 3-4 hours for Eggenberg palace & its gardens !!
A-8020 Graz - Eggenberger Allee 90
The palace is open : April 30th-October 31st, 2005
Tuesday-Sunday 10.00a.m. - 05.00p.m.
Guided tours are 6 Euros (4,50 € for groups)
Tours are at 10.00, 11.00, 12.00a.m., 02.00, 03.00+04.00p.m
Photography inside the palace is NO problem !!
For other years you may check the times here :

The Cathedral

by croisbeauty

While the appearance of the front facade and the bell tower does not look much as an Gothic construction, expect for the baptistery, the interiors is very much to this style. The altar and the baptistery is richly adorned aswell as the pulpit. The huge organe, which stands above the main portal, is typically Gothis styled.

Opera Haus

by croisbeauty

There are two things in Graz which remind me a lot to my hometown of Zagreb, first is the ancient name of Gradec, which is identical to ancient name of the Upper Town in Zagreb, and second is the local theatre which, as the one in my hometown, was designed by the Vienese architects Hellmer and Fellner. It seems to me that this two guys have had only one matrix for the theatre buildings. So far I have seen their theatre buildings in Zagreb, Rijeka, Vienna and this one in Graz and all of them look like a twince. As far as I know, there are more of a kind in some other Central European cities.

A view of a Stately Castle.

by dabidc

The Castle was built in 1625 and is set amid a large park, landscaped in the English style.

Today the Castle stands magnificently at the end of an imposing drive through a park of mature trees surrounded by acres of grass.

Scattered about the park were some peacocks. To one side was a Pavilion for coffee and light refreshments. We had a drink before the tour started at

Thee rooms visited on the tour were on the upper level and started with Planet Hall, full of magnificent paintaings on the walls and ceiling denoting the planets and the signs of the Zodiac. While the tour was in German the guide did add some info especially for me, the lone English speaking visitor.

I guess one of the facts of life in this day and age, the Castle and grounds, once way out in the Country are now surrounded by the growth of Graz. Fortunately the land to the north is a well treed hillside, so there will hopefully, always be a back gorund of greenery.

An excellent place to visit . There are many snippets of information, like the 4 towers represent the winds, 365 windows denote the days of the year, there are 24 rooms for the hours in the day.

I did not go round to check it out.


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Address: Mariahilfer Strasse 9, Graz, Styria, 8020, Austria