The Domkirche dates from the 15th century, and became a cathedral in 1786. The interior combines Gothic and baroque elements, with...
Mausoleum of Ferdinand II
The mannerist-baroque Mausoleum of Ferdinand II was designed by Italian architect Pietro de Pomis and begun in 1614; after Pomis’ death...
Graz’ main venue for theatre. See the website for dates and prices.
This authentic wine bar and restaurant is the perfect place for sipping from a large selection of Italian wines. Choose a pasta or main...
Hofgasse · interesting places nearby
Graz’s 15th-century Burg today houses government offices. At the far end of the courtyard, on the left under the arch, is an ingenious double staircase (1499) – the steps diverge and converge as they spiral. Adjoining it is the Stadtpark , the city’s largest green space.