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Graz: Old Town Highlights Private Walking Tour

1. Graz: Old Town Highlights Private Walking Tour

Get to know Graz inside out with a licensed local guide. Explore the historic center, inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, and discover its most important monuments. Immerse yourself in local history and legends. Choose from a 2-, 3-, 4- and 6-hour tour. Meet your guide and discover the best-selected highlights of Graz. Explore the beautiful churches, palaces, and monuments of the Old Town, such as the Church of Trinity and Palais Khuenburg. Experience the lively atmosphere of the old Market Square and admire the Rathaus. Learn about the political, social, and economic life of Graz. See the famous Oper Graz, the second-largest opera house in Austria, the 17th-century Mausoleum of Kaiser Ferdinand II, and the 15th-century Cathedral. Climb a secret double staircase in the Burg to enjoy an optical illusion and views. If you have chosen the 2-hour option, your tour will end at the elegant Sporgasse street. The longer tours will continue inside Graz Cathedral, the crown jewel of Graz's churches. Discover its amazing royal-imperial architecture, which is inconspicuous from the outside but contains hidden treasures. Admire the cathedral's rare Gothic fresco paintings and other artworks. Then, head up to the iconic Clock Tower, one of the most important symbols of Graz. For an additional fee, your licensed guide can take you to the top of the tower for unparalleled views of the city. If you have chosen the 4- or 6-hour version, your tour continues with an exploration of the fascinating collections of the Landeszeughaus. Enjoy skip-the-line tickets to avoid the long queues. Discover four floors of exhibitions of 32,000 exhibits from the 15th to 18th centuries. Finally, the 6-hour continues with a visit to the Schlossberg branch of the Graz Museum, where you can delve deeper into the history of Graz. Explore the museum's comprehensive and varied collection of exhibits and the fascinating secrets of the city. Walk around the Schlossberg and Burggarten. Wander through the idyllic parks and explore the garden's main highlight: the beautiful Orangery, before saying goodbye to your guide.

Graz: 3-Hour Churches Private Guided Walking Tour

2. Graz: 3-Hour Churches Private Guided Walking Tour

Explore the magnificent churches of Graz on a private walking tour alongside an expert guide. Visit the city's enchanting churches and cathedrals and admire them from the inside. Your first stop is the Franciscan Church, which is a part of the oldest monastery in the city. Admire the combination of Gothic architecture and 20th-century artworks. Take a peaceful stroll through the miraculous cloister with its rose-covered courtyard. See the Parish Church of the Holy Blood and discover the fascinating history reflected in its Gothic, Baroque and modern designs. Explore the Mausoleum of Emperor Ferdinand II with its turquoise domes and majestic build. Climb up to the tower to see the church bells and enjoy panoramic views of the city. The last stop is the famous Graz Cathedral which towers over the historic center. Its unassuming exterior hides myriad treasures inside including gothic and baroque architecture, and gothic frescos.

Graz: Skip the Line Landeszeughaus Private Guided Tour

3. Graz: Skip the Line Landeszeughaus Private Guided Tour

Embark on a guided tour of the highlights of Graz by visiting the Landeszeughaus, the Old Town, and Graz Cathedral. First, skip the line at the fascinating exhibits of the Landeszeughaus which hosts various collections of weaponry and historical accounts of the city. Join your professional guide to learn everything about weapons used in the past. See for yourself the authentic tools, helmets, and suits of armor dating back to the 15th century. See a wide collection of historical exhibits spread across four floors and approximately 2,000 square meters of space. Learn about the facts and history of Styria from your expert guide.  After exploring the Landeszeughaus, visit Graz Cathedral, also known as the St. Giles' Cathedral. Admire this stunning Baroque church which is considered to be one of the most important buildings in terms of art and cultural history in the city. Enhance your experience by strolling through the Old Town, discovering the Mausoleum of Emperor Ferdinand II. Climb up the famous double spiral Gothic staircase at the Graz Castle then walk along the bustling shopping street, the Sporgasse. Finally, walk down the charming Hauptplatz and admire beautiful fountains and the surrounding historical buildings. 

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What a varied, exciting and amusing old town tour that Leo Engelmayer offered us in Graz! We were very enthusiastic about his great knowledge and valuable tips, which we were able to use very well not only for our onward journey through Styria, but also for the detour to Maribor. We can recommend our competent and nice guide to everyone with conviction! Thank you again and we hope to see you again!

The guide was terrific. The only issue was the meeting point at “the old Romanian church.” Much too obscure. Even tourist office uncertain where it was. The guide agreed. Should meet at Hautplatz at the statue. Unmistakable.

Awesome private tour in Graz! We saw sights that only an experienced guide coujd show us! I highly recommend this tour!