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Graz Hauptbahnhof is one of Austria’s major railway stations. It is located near the city centre, which can be reached in only a few minutes by public transport. There are direct trains and buses from Vienna, Salzburg, Linz, Innsbruck, Klagenfurt, Munich, Stuttgart and Frankfurt.
Long-distance coaches are a popular and cost-efficient way of travelling to Graz. There are connections to and from many cities in Austria, Germany, Italy, Slovenia and Croatia.
The following bus service providers offer connections to Graz:
Graz Airport is a small, yet modern airport offering direct connections to Vienna (might be cancelled by 2023), Frankfurt, Munich, Düsseldorf and others.
From Graz Airport you can can reach easily the city of Graz:
- via car: Take the Bundesstraße 67 (B67) and the motorways A2 (and A9, depending on where you want to go) to reach Graz.
- via bus: Bus Nr 630 between Graz Airport and Graz Puntigam Train Station
- via train: Train S5 between Graz Airport and Graz Main Station
For more details on the public transport, visit https://www.flughafen-graz.at/en/terminal/anreise-parken/bus-bahn.html
Vienna airport is a major hub offering direct flight from and to many cities all over the world. Graz can be reached from Vienna airport by
Close to Vienna, Bratislava Airport offers some cheap connections to European cities and other destinations, e.g. Ryanair.
Graz can be reached from Bratislava airport by
From the north and south, the city can be reached via the A9 motorway. Coming from the west, you can take the A2 motorway. Once you have reached Graz, you can either take exit Graz-Nord, Graz-West or Graz-Ost.
Nikolaus Furian, Graz University of Technology
Siegfried Vössner, Graz University of Technology
Melanie Reuter-Oppermann (Joint Coordinator), Germany
Roberto Aringhieri (Joint Coordinator), Italy
Sally Brailsford, GB
Marion Rauner, Austria
Leonid Churilov, Australia
Mike Carter, Canada
Christos Vasilakis, GB
Joe Viana and Fredrik Dahl, Norway
Stefan Nickel, Germany
Patrick Hirsch, Austria
Sandy Rutherford (Canada) and Marion Penn (GB)
Ettore Lanzarone, Italy
Melanie Reuter-Oppermann, Technical University of Darmstadt
Eranda Cela, Graz University of Technology
Bettina Klinz, Graz University of Technology
Marion Rauner, University of Vienna
Florian Schierlinger-Brandmayr, Graz University of Technology
Clemens Gutschi, Graz University of Technology
Wolfgang Vorraber, Graz University of Technology
Philipp Url, Graz University of Technology
Sandra Taferner-Milborn, Graz University of Technology
Matthias Reichmann, Graz University of Technology
Ziga Letonja, Graz University of Technology
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