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Grazer Schlossberg

Graz, Austria
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Graz Schlossberg Hill Walking Tour
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  • Excellent69%
  • Very good26%
  • Average3%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“clock tower” (27 reviews)
“many ways” (4 reviews)
“walk up” (11 reviews)
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

beautifull par with beautifull gardens in the nature.you will see a lot of green and a big palace in the front.worth the time

Thank Erandi A
Reviewed 3 November 2017 via mobile

I love going up here. The scenery is absolutely amazing. There are three different options to go up to Schlossberg: (1) the stairs, opted by those who love to hike and take pictures from different heights; (2) the schlossbergbahn, which is the easiest way to...More

1  Thank jovirevil
Reviewed 2 November 2017

From the iconic photos of Graz, this point in the city should definitely be in your to-visit list of any person who would be going to this UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are various options for all kinds of visitors- if you’re feeling a tad...More

Thank Anne Margaux A
Reviewed 30 October 2017

This is a must visit site in Graz. It has not only stunning views over the city but a lovely atmosphere for a stroll or a restful coffee. You can get to the top either by walking, glass lift or the funicular none of which...More

Thank iansw2015
Reviewed 12 October 2017

The schlossberg is a small mountain in the centre of Graz, underneath is a tunnel which has been made into an attraction, in the war it was used as an underground bunker a safe place from the bombs. There are a couple of nice restaurants...More

Thank Carole C
Reviewed 3 October 2017

Had a really nice walk up to this small mountain on a sunny autum day in September. The view from here is amazing and you can see all of the city. There are some nice historical buildings here which is well worth the climb alone....More

Thank Eivind S
Reviewed 23 September 2017

We were just walking around and walked up the hill on what seemed like a walking path. We didn't even realize there was any other way up. We passed the tunnel that was built during World War 2 as a bomb shelter and now serves...More

Thank zippy608
Reviewed 21 September 2017

The other reviews pretty well sum up this attraction and the views are wonderful. If you buy the combined ticket of elevator and funicular I recommend you go up on the funicular if you have mobility issues as there is quite a climb from the...More

1  Thank GECF60
Reviewed 20 September 2017

Located at the top of a hill, Grazer Schlossberg serves as kind of a sentinel overlooking old town Graz. Aside from the panoramic views of the city that you would get from here is that you'll get to see closely its clock tower which is...More

Thank gurufvg
Reviewed 19 September 2017

There's a sort of tram that drives you up there for about 2 EUR, which is an attraction by itself. The sculptures up there were a bit vandalised though, some sprayed with graffiti... Nothing in particular to look at there, except for the clock tower,...More

Thank dusics95
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