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Perfect little town square, central to everything, to house a great Christmas Market and Krampus Parade. Convenient to the Rathaus as well as tons of shops and restaurants. Easily accessible by several tram lines and an easy walk from the Hauptbanhof.
There are some lovely buildings in Graz, and this is the place to see several. There are lots of cafe's that are on the Platz when the weather is nice and some even with heaters in the winter. Walk around and decide what suits your...More
This is where you should start your tour - the center of events in Graz. The square is beautiful in most directions. Have a glance at the nicely preserved the city hall, the many food stands, the impressing architecture down Herrengasse, and last but not...More
Hauptplatz is a strange mixture. It has very colorful architecture around, too big grey Townhouse, fountain and many kiosks. They spoil the view. Putting all street furniture, shelters on the tram stations and small vendors around is too much. Place need to be cleaned, open...More
Clearly the center of the city all the pedestrian traffic, bicycles and trams passing through here at all hours were fascinating. The shops were awesome and the local flavor of Graz condensed into a square city block.
The square is nice, full of small shops, with a tram stop, with a huge fountain in the middle, on their stairs can relax and enjoy in the beautiful facades or the fascinating clock on the hill or just buy fast lunch for further city...More
The reknown old square of the city, in front of the town’s hall is a meeting point after enjoying walks along the Graz streets. There are cafe’s to cater to thirst and hunger while viewing the slow buzzling streets ahead.