Although Graz is Austria’s second-biggest city, it’s anything but impersonal. The Styrian capital’s “signature colour” is green, which dominates the Styrian coat of arms as well as the region’s traditional costumes.
Green is also the predominant colour in the city itself, with 68 per cent of urban spaces being parks, gardens and forests.
Despite its many green spaces, Graz has everything a “real” city needs:
In addition to these urban highlights, there’s a lot more to discover in the city’s surroundings …
The city’s vibrant urban hotspots are only a ten-minute drive from the unspoilt nature of the surrounding region. Whether you’re looking for an outdoor trip with city flair or a city getaway with a hint of country life: The region of Graz is full of opportunities to get active in and around the city. For instance …
The Schöckl, the landmark mountain of Graz, is worth a visit at any time of the year.
Whether you prefer cycling, hiking, archery, golfing, summer tobogganing, paragliding, swimming, ice skating, tennis, horseback riding, snowshoeing or ice stick shooting: Anything’s possible in and around the city of Graz!
Guests feel right at home at the “holiday resort” of the famous white stallions of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna. After all, once you have experienced the wine, culture and marvellous alpine pastures of the “golden west”, you won’t want to leave.
in the west of region Graz – while hiking across lush green mountain pastures, while skiing across perfectly groomed slopes, while strolling along crystal-clear mountain lakes or while enjoying traditional snacks at a mountain hut.
Often, it’s the quiet and relaxing moments that make a holiday perfect – for instance, those spent at Therme NOVA spa in Köflach, along the sebastian RELOADED® themed hiking trail in Laßnitzhöhe or on the Spring Trails of St. Radegund.
One thing’s for sure: There’s a lot to be discovered in Graz Region– from fascinating attractions to impressive sights!