Graz Transportation

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    Grazer tram
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  • 1. Bus - Train

    Every hour by bus (nr. 630 and 631, 20 minutes) to Graz Jakominiplatz and Griesplatz from outside the terminal building (70 meter). Every 30 minutes by train (S 5, 12 minutes) to Graz Hauptbahnhof,...

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  • 2. Travelling with (young) kids.

    Are you nervous about taking your baby or child on a plane trip? You aren't alone, most parents are nervous about it. We have moved with the kids to Alkmaar by...

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  • 3. Metro System

    The metro system of Graz consists of busses, trams and the Schlossbergerbahn funicular, all of which can be travelled on with same ticket or pass bought from...

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  • 4. Train

    Graz is about half-way between Vienna and Zagreb, about 30 minutes from the Slovenian border, and an hour from Slovenia's second city of Maribor. There are...

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  • 5. Is this way to Graz-a-rillo

    To get to Graz by air you can fly direct from London Standstead with Ryanair who also fly to various other Austrian cities from the UK. But from Ireland, unless...

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  • 6. City transport

    Local transport is run by GVB, buses and our favourites, trams.Always a good idea to invest in a day ticket a cheap way to see any city.Cost for a 24 hour...

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  • 7. Schlossberglift

    Another option to get up / down the Schlossberg. This lift runs right through the mountain - become a Chilean miner for a few moments!You'll have to buy a...

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  • 8. Castle Elevator

    Next to the stairs leading up the castle hill, there is a tunnel that leads to an elevator running to the top. It drops you off near the cafe behind the clock...

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  • 9. For British VTers - Ryanair!

    An excellent and very economic way to come - even for a short visit - to Graz are the Ryanair flights from London Stansted. You can fly from London Stansted to...

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  • 10. Leave your car far from the Centre!

    Parking in Graz is maybe the most difficult and expensive one among all Austrian cities. Therefore I suggest to leave the car far ouside the centre and to use...

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  • 11. The "Lift im Berg" takes you to the Uhrturm

    The so-called "Lift im Berg" (lift inside the mountain) takes you from Schlossbergplatz and Kriegsteig directely to the Uhrturm. In Contrary to some brochures...

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  • 12. Graz has a perfect system of trams & buses

    Graz is not really such a very big town and it has a really perfect system of trams and buses. Walking from the train-station to Herrengasse & most of the...

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  • 13. Kriegsteig to the Uhrturm of Graz

    There are several possibilities to get on top of the Schloßberg - one of them is this wonderful staircase that will take you directely to the Uhrturm - and when...

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  • 14. Grazer Schlossberg-Grottenbahn

    Grazer Schlossberg-Grottenbahn is a small train for children, taking them into the world of dwarfs. You may find this small train next to the "Lift im Berg"...

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  • 15. Marien-Lift ( Lift to the virgin Mary )

    Marien-Lift is one of the strangest art-projects in Graz. The sculpture of Virgin Mary stands at the beginning of Herrengasse and it may see this...

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  • 16. Blabutschtunnel - a tunnel in Graz, 9,9 km long

    When driving to Graz it might be interesting for you to know that there is an extra-long tunnel under the centre of Graz :Blabutschtunnel is 9,9 km long and...

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  • 17. Schlossbergbahn

    Schlossberg-Bahn takes you up to the "Casmatten" - the old part of the fortification - there is a great park and an open-air theatre and plenty of places where...

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  • 18. Tram

    Public transportation, in and out of the city center, is very well organized with both tram and bus. Grazer tram is speed, comfortable and very punctual and...

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  • 19. Schlossbergbahn

    Originally built in 1894, the modern glass roofed carriages are still taking passengers slowly up the 61% gradient to the top of the Schlossberg. The funicular...

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  • 20. From Graz Airport to Graz

    Graz airport is a very small airport, about 5km outside Graz. Once you leave the terminal it's a short walk to the train station from where there is a regular...

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  • 21. Graz Trams

    Like many other European Cities, Graz has a very effective tram system.We only used the tram once, but even then it got us to where we wanted to be in no time...

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  • 22. Getting to Graz

    Getting to Graz from London will take approximately 2 hours flying. Ryanair operates daily flight between STN and GRZ.I particularly liked Graz Airport as it...

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  • 23. From the Airport

    Getting to the City Centre from the Airport is a very easy journey, thanks to the train station close to the airport.Its about a 5 minute walk to get to the...

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  • 24. Schlossbergbahn (Schlossberg Funicular)

    Going up Schlossberg needn't be a chore, thanks to the Schlossbergbahn.Its a funicular railway that takes you up Schlossberg in no time at all, offering...

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  • 25. Driving along in my automobile

    In 1994 I arrived in Graz by motorway from Vienna. A bloody long jouorney as you'd expect and more tiring than a politician's speech but the road system in...

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