The most pleasant mode of transport is the Murtalbahn, a steam train that chugs its way between Tamsweg and Murau once every Tuesday and Thursday from mid-June to mid-September on a private narrow-gauge line. Call …
Frequent direct GKB buses run to Bärnbach (€8.60, 50 minutes) daily, and indirect buses to Piber (€9.20, 80 minutes) several times each day from Monday to Friday. All leave from Griesplatz. Timetables are available …
In Graz, Mobilzentral is a useful store of information on Styrian regional buses. It also sells international train tickets. The website www.busbahnbim.at has timetable and price information.
Austrian Airlines has frequent flights to/from Düsseldorf (Germany), Vienna and Linz, and weekly flights to/from Salzburg.
Trains no longer operate to Eisenerz, but the historic mini-rail Vordernberg–Eisenerz Nostalgie train reopened in 2016.
Postbus services depart from outside the Hauptbahnhof and from Andreas Hofer Platz to all parts of Styria.
Graz Airport is 10km south of the centre and is served by carriers including Air Berlin and Niki.
Gasthaus Kamper hires out trekking and mountain bikes as well as a couple of children's bikes.
Lufthansa has frequent flights to Frankfurt am Main, Munich and Stuttgart in Germany.