Coach- and group tour to Graz
The capital of Styria is located on both sides of the River Mur in the south of Styria. With just under 300,000 inhabitants, Graz is the second largest city in Austria.
Immerse yourself in the UNESCO World Heritage in Graz
The historic center of Graz has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1999. The decisive factors were the perfect state of preservation and the visibility of the historical development of the buildings. Eggenberg Palace has also been included since 2010. Graz has thus also committed itself to preserving the historical heritage and is trying to harmoniously integrate new architecture.
Baroque jewel in Graz - the Eggenberg Palace
Eggenberg Palace is the largest Baroque palace in Styria. Its preserved original furnishings, extensive gardens and the collections of the Universalmuseum Joanneum make it one of Austria's most valuable cultural assets. Eggenberg Palace has also been part of the UNESCO World Heritage "City of Graz-Historical Centre and Eggenberg Palace" since 2010“.
Hotel tip: Bus journey and combination options
The journey to Graz takes about an hour via Bruck an der Mur. The largest city in Styria has car parks and drop-off points for buses. You can find all the information at https://www.graztourismus.at/de/anreise-verkehr/parken/busparkplatz.
Combine your trip to Graz with a tour of Fortress Rabenstein, a guided tour of the Lurgrotte Peggau or a visit to the Stübing Open-Air Museum.
The hotel team will be happy to put together a customized accommodation- and excursion package for you.
Explore Graz! Book now and experience the beauty of Graz.