Schlossberg Cave Railway
The Schlossberg Cave Railway , the longest grotto railway in Europe, is another highlight for the little ’uns. The trip, taking about 20...
This small museum has a permanent collection with objects from city history, complemented by changing exhibitions.
Dom im Berg
The tunnels under Schlossberg were once used as air-raid shelters. Today, some of them have been refashioned into a large arts-clubbing...
Ask any local where to find the best outdoor dining experience in Graz, and they’ll probably say Aiola. Whether it’s king prawns with...
Perched on the southern edge of Schlossberg is the city's emblem, the Uhrturm. In what must have been a good deal for Europe's modernising midget, the townsfolk paid Napoleon a ransom of 2987 florins and 11 farthings to spare the clock tower during the 1809 invasion.