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Where to pick up your car
The most popular car hire location is Graz Airport (GRZ), which is just over 20 mins' drive from the centre (about 10km).
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Graz are Budget, Megadrive, Buchbinder, Alamo and Europcar.
Warmest month: August (19°C)
Coldest month: January (-1°C)
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Hire a car in Graz
Regardless of whether you visit during the winter or summer, Graz is a city of delights.
Built on the River Mur, Austria’s second largest city is made for strolling. Modern flourishes are layered on top of Baroque architecture and Renaissance-style courtyards – evidence of a strong Italian influence. Historic landmarks punch through Graz’s sea of red roofs while the city’s four universities keep up its innovative spirit.
As with any trip to Austria, the experience would not be complete without buckling up your seatbelt and hitting the road. Drive to the Alps or journey into the country’s small mountain villages; either way, the views are unforgettable.
Sights to see
The European Capital of Culture 2003, Graz is Austria’s second largest city and one of the most enchanting destinations in Europe. A UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site, Graz has an impressive array of historic architecture, sculptures and monuments.
Things to do Graz
Situated in a lush, fertile valley south of the Alps, seeing Graz for the first time is a magical experience. With mountains towering behind it, Graz gleams like a jewel in the landscape. Despite its size, the city retains a quaint historical atmosphere and is a pleasant place to simply wander around. The ancient centre has some of the best condition architectural treats in Europe and you can spend a day looking around this area alone. You won’t be able to miss the hilltop symbol of Graz - the Uhrturm Clock tower built in 1560 and now reproduced in countless tacky souvenir replicas. The tower also houses one of the oldest bells in the province, dating back to 1392.
Graz: Discover more
If you want to investigate the lush valleys that envelop Graz, rent a low cost car and discover the region for yourself. You could head into the mountains or pay a visit to Eggenberg Castle, one of the most striking castles in Austria. The grounds to this mighty building are home to a broad range of wild animals and a joy to stroll through in the dappled sunlight.