Whether it’s with your school or club: Groups benefit from Styria’s extensive public transport network. Mobility options on site include buses, trains, cable cars and trams.
The stunning views from Styria’s mountaintops are an unforgettable experience for guests of all ages. In winter, the local cable cars take you up scenic mountains such as the Präbichl, where you can swoosh down perfectly groomed slopes. In summer, you can hop on the summer cable cars to enjoy unforgettable hiking or mountain biking adventures, for instance in Schladming-Dachstein.
In terms of comfort, safety and hygiene, the Styrian cable cars live up to the highest demands. The local cable car companies will also be happy to support you with the planning of your winter sports week. For instance, the Servicestelle für Wintersportwochen is your go-to place for school ski trips, providing you with useful information and checklists.
The best way to explore the cities and villages of Styria is on foot. If you have to cover greater distances or if you need a little breather, you can make use of the province’s extensive public transport network. With the local buses, trains and trams, it’s quick and easy to get from one attraction to the next. For more detailed information on tickets and prices, visit the Verbundlinien website.
Young Styria tip: No cultural exploration of the Styrian capital is complete without a ride on the Altstadt-Bim tram. Simply hop on at a stop in the free-travel zone – rides are free between Hauptplatz and Jakominiplatz, plus an additional stop in both directions.
For longer stays, have a look at the Grazer Linien special rates for school and nursery groups. For groups of ten, there’s a 50 per cent discount.
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From travel information to accommodation options and attractions: The team of Young Styria and your accommodation providers are happy to support you with your travel planning.