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Arts and Culture

Graz was named the European Capital of Culture 2003 for good reason – located on the Mur river, the capital of Styria has plenty to offer. Taking a cable car journey up to Schloßberg provides you with a wonderful view of the charming old town, which is a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site. In addition to the Kunsthaus and a variety of museums, annual events, such as the “Aufsteirern”, the “Diagonale” film festival and the “Steirischen Herbst”, ensure that there is no shortage of culture to enjoy.

Recreation and Entertainment

The landscape of Graz and its immediate surroundings is ideal for a range of recreational activities all year round. The areas to the north and east of the city provide inviting trails for mountain bikers, runners and those simply looking to stretch their legs in the city’s green surroundings.

Capital of Culinary Delights

Graz is officially known as Austria’s ‘Capital of Culinary Delights’. Whether you treat yourself to regional specialities in one of the many restaurants in the city or fresh local produce at a typical farmer’s market, such as the one held at Lendplatz, you’ll certainly get your money’s worth.


The city centre is home to a wide range of shops. However, if you can’t find want you want in the city, you can make the short trip to the shopping center in Seiersberg, where over 200 shops await you.