Enjoy a private and guided walking tour to the charming Graz, see its most important attractions and learn about its history and importance as an imperial residence.
Graz is an exciting place with many nicknames like “UNESCO City of Design”, “City of Human Rights” or the “Culinary Capital City of Austria”. Stroll through the streets of the old town, UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1999, admire one of the best-preserved districts in all of Central Europe and discover the harmonious contrast of old and new.
Start your private walking tour with a view to the Schlossberg hill above the city. The hill is a testimony of the Middle Ages when Graz was home to Slavic merchant and traders. See notable buildings as the 17th century Luegg House and its impressive stucco façade or the five-story White House with a sandstone relief of the Virgin Mary. Marvel at the 16th century Eagle Pharmacy, at the 14th century Palais Sturgkh and at the fountain and statue of Archduke Johann. Admire the Landhaushof and its remarkable renaissance courtyard and immerse yourself to the 21st century with the Kunsthaus, Graz's newest exhibition place, and its blob-like ultramodern architecture.
A customization of the tour is possible by asking your local guide on the spot.