Graz is the second largest city in Austria, home to about 300,000 residents. Thanks to the six universities located within its jurisdiction, Graz is one of the youngest cities in Austria, with almost 60,000 students. Being a large student city, it contains many restaurants, pubs, cultural institutions and night life. Graz’s architectural variety makes it a unique city, attracting many tourists. Its Old City has been recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Graz’s has an extensive, yet simple transport system. Thus, consisting of bus and light rail networks. Commuting between Graz’s unique and contemporary districts is quick, relaxed and comfortable. The perfect solution for young commuters and the student community. On top of this, a train station operates lines to Vienna, Zurich, Munich, Stuttgart, Frankfurt, Prague, and more. The city’s airport is located about ten kilometres south of the centre.