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Graz is the second largest city in Austria, after Vienna. It’s also the capital of the province Styria in the southeast corner of Austria. The city of Graz is located in between rolling hills to the north, east and west, only open to the south. As of latest measurement the city has a population of 290 thousand people.

You can easily reach Graz within 2,5 hours by train or car from Vienna, the capital of Austria. Once arrived in the city you can notice the beautiful views and historical buildings while walking down the narrow streets, which luckily can be explored by foot. If you wish to make use of public transport, travel by tram, bus or taxi. Withing city limits there’s several sightseeing’s to be visited, these include; The historic old town, Glockenspiel at 11:00, 15:00 and 18:00, Spiral staircase in Burg, The symbol of Graz Uhrturm and the Kunsthaus, a art exhibit hall.

Graz has a large percentage of students living in the city, therefore it’s nightlife is outrageous and ongoing till sunrise. The many bars, pubs and discos are spread out over the city, with low prices and the busiest days of the week Saturdays and Sundays. During the university break the clubs are fuller than regular weekends. Average price for a alcoholic drink is $3.5 in Graz, Austria.

Visa-free travel to Austria lasts for no more than 3 months for Americans and other nationalities. You can request for an Austrian visa prior to traveling to the country in the Austrian embassy, or apply in Austria before the 90-day duration has expired.