How to Reach Graz
- By Air: The Graz Airport is 9km south of the city centre and receives flights from a number of major airlines.
- By Train: Most major Austrian cities are connected to frequent trains from the Hauptbahnhof, west of the city centre. Zurich, Vienna, Zagreb, Slovenia and Hungary are also served.
- By Bus: Though there is no fixed bus terminal, different bus services are offered from different areas around the city. The Eurolines cheaply connects to most of Europe.
- By Car: The A9, A2, S6 highways lead to Graz.
- By Tram: An excellent service. Make sure to get your ticket punched on the ride. Hourly, daily and weekly tickets may purchased from the vending machine using coins.
- By Bus: The network is extensive, and you should get a map of it if you plan to ride a lot of buses.
- By Car: Avoid driving in the city if you can; the one-way traffic system can confuse you. Parking is difficult.
- By Taxi: You can hail a taxi on the street or call one up by phone. Higher rates apply during peak hours.
- By Cycles: Cycling is very popular within the city, and it’s one of the best ways to get around. You can go against the flow for most one-way streets.