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Historic city walk - classical Graz

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UNESCO World Cultural Heritage and Cultural Capital City, historic and modern – Graz has many facets and turns each visitor into a time traveller. Renaissance arcades, Gothic staircases, a citadel from the Middle Ages, magnificent churches, romantic squares and courtyards, from paradise to sinful areas, an artful blue bubble and floating island on the river – experience all the thrills Graz offers.

Takes around 1.5 to 2 hours, on foot, maximum 30 people per group, possible all year round.

Schlossberg tour - above the roofs of Graz

No tour of Graz would be complete without that wonderful view from the Schlossberg hill, looking out over the unique tiled roofscape. With views of the mountains, hills and wine country, weather permitting.

Takes around 1 to 1.5 hours, on foot, ascent also possible by lift or funicular, can be combined with historic city walk, maximum 30 people per group, possible all year round.

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Culinary tour - capital of delights

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Everything you wanted to know about Styrian pumpkin seed oil (Kürbiskernöl), scarlet runner beans (Käferbohnen), tomatoes (Paradeiser), local lettuce (Grazer Krauthäupl), rosé wine (Schilcher) and other Styrian delicacies; you can find it all out on this tour of delights. Colourful farmers’ markets, cultural and culinary treats – experience and taste the essence of the lifestyle of “Austria’s capital of delights”.

Takes around 4 hours, on foot, including pauses for tasting and three-course set meal, maximum 15 to 20 people per group, farmers’ markets mornings only from Monday to Saturday, available all year round.