Sport's Hotel Just

Herrgottwiesgasse 134, Graz, Styria, 8020, Austria
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Train to and from Graz

by tonyccfc

I'm trying to book a return train trip from Vienna to Graz on the oebb website. I thought I'd go first class (what the hell, I'm on holiday) but it states that on my return there is no first class but I will travelling in a Grossraumwagen, which I understand is like a trailer tram. I don't mind travelling in a tram, I just don't want to pay a 1st class price for one! I'm confused. Is an IC train smaller than an OEC train?
I would be very grateful for any help on this matter,
Many thanks

RE: Train to and from Graz

by Claude2255

"Grossraumwagen" meens a open salon car in opposition to a compartement car.

RE: RE: Train to and from Graz

by tonyccfc

Thanks Claude, that makes more sense!

Re: Train to and from Graz

by Mrs.K.

The IC stands for Intercity and isn't smaller, it's faster as it stops at less stations. Generally it's slightly more expensive.

I wouldn't worry about going 1st class, the trains are very spacious and comfortable. There is usually no problem with getting a seat, the only times it's really busy is when students are going home for the weekend or are coming back from their weekend at home. If you travel Friday night or Monday morning it might be advisable to pay a bit extra and book a seat (Sitzplatzwahl = choose a seat) in advance.

Travel Tips for Graz

The location of Graz

by aramat

Graz is a perfectly located city: partly surrounded by the Alpes, at the ford of the river Mur, with the little Schlossberg in the centre, 70 km from the Hungarian and 40 km from the Slovenian borders.

Cultural Capital 2003 - Concrete Art

by aramat

Concrete Art is a Cultural Capital project, a series of monumental sculptures made of concrete. This is my favourite object, it looks like an abstract Christmas tree for me (the glass globes contain all kinds of horses). It stands in front of the Minorite church (Mariahilferstrasse) (probably only until the end of 2003).

Graz has the only university...

by oja

Graz has the only university in Europe where you can study jazz. Consequently, lovers and connoisseurs can get some musical gems for free - from the students who earn a few extra bob busking in the streets. If there was a competition between cities as regards the quality of their buskers, Graz would probably win!

Glockenspiel music

by barryg23

One of Graz's more quirky sights is the two wooden figures who emerge from small gates in the top of a church in Glockenspielplatz and dance to Glockenspiel music. The show takes place 3 times a day at 11am, 3pm and 6pm but lasts only a couple of mintues. We ran from Hauptplatz to get here just in time to see the 3 o' clock show. Judging from the people who were there, this attraction is just as popular with the locals as with tourists. To get to Glockenspielplatz, walk south from Hauptplatz, take a left Stempferg and another left at Enge Strasse.

Zentralfriedhof (Central cemetary) (1)

by stiriano

The central cemetary isn't as big as the cemetary at Vienna, but also at Graz you can find many tombs of famous persons.

Jochen Rindt (Formula One winner 1970), Fritz Pregl (winner of the 1923 Nobel Prize in Chemistry) ...

To get ther take bus line number 67,50 or tram line number5.

I will soon add information about how to find the exact location of all tombs of interest.


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