Flying to Austria
There are plenty of options when it comes to choosing a flight to Austria. The national carrier, Austrian Airlines, offers direct flights to Vienna from Washington, D.C., New York, Newark, Chicago, Miami, Los Angeles, & Toronto. Direct flights take about eight hours. Learn More
Graz Airport (GRZ, LOWG), known as Flughafen Graz in German, is a primary international airport serving southern Austria. It is located near Graz, the second-largest city in Austria, in the municipalities of Feldkirchen and Kalsdorf.
Bus & Trams
Graz has 6 tram lines and 24 bus lines that are both quick and reliable. Tickets are valid for all bus and tram lines in the 101 fare zone (this extends as far as the Graz/Thalerhof airport), as well as for the Schlossbergbahn funicular. Learn More
Can be found at the airport, main railway station and in the city center.
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The main railway station in Graz is one of the most important stations in Austria and is not far from the Graz city center, which can be reached by tramlines 1,3,6 and 7 in a few minutes. There are direct train and coach connections for example from Vienna, Salzburg, Linz, Innsbruck, Klagenfurt, Munich, Stuttgart, and Frankfurt. You’ll find many other days and night connections and also special price offers on www.oebb.at or www.bahn.de.
For many years now Graz has been known as the bicycle-friendliest city in Austria—the locals here realized early on that cycling is the fastest and eco-friendliest way to get around town. Graz is also the highlight of a 360-km long riverside bicycle route, the Mur-Radweg, which runs from Lungau through to Bad Radkersburg.