Pension Rosina

Riesstrasse 204, Graz, Styria, 8047, Austria | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Ries area of Graz, is near Herz Jesu Kirche, Hilmteich, Leech Forest (Leechwald), and Karl-Franzens Universitat.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Graz

Schloss at Graz

A travel blog entry by gandablog on May 31, 2014

... were still quite a lot of brickwork as well as a clock and a bell tower. Apparently the city paid a ransom to save these. We have a long day travelling tomorrow getting up at 4:30 so we spent the late afternoon packing and clearing up. We have been without internet at our accomodation but there is free city internet in certain areas so we have been able to plan our transport using ...

Graz

A travel blog entry by gandablog on May 27, 2014

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Graz
The town has a central old quarter
which is remarkably preserved. The Holy Roman Emperor had a
residence here at one stage so the cathedral and many palaces of the
officials are suitable magnificent. This area, protected by the
overlooking schloss, survive the 2nd ww bombing but large
swathes of the surrounding residential area were destroyed.
The tourist office runs a walking tour
around the old city which worked really well for us as it ...

Wien to Graz

A travel blog entry by gandablog on May 26, 2014

... br> The trip over the Semmering pass was
as spectacular as indicated in the literature. The train was a real
contrast to the rattletrap we recently took up to Albury. Very
smooth, free wifi on board, display screens with info about next
stop, speed, current location maps, and of course, on time.
At Graz we walked around to our
apartment. It is perfectly adequate and ...

Roger Bad Blumau

A travel blog entry by bigbri58 on May 08, 2014

2 comments, 13 photos

... of the May Day celebrations and we think it is kind of a variation on a Maypole. We have seen them in many towns and cities in Austria.

The food is all organic and locally sourced. The dinner buffet offered a wide range of food including lamb, fish, salads, pasts, beef, and a range of desserts and cheese.

This has been a welcome break from being a tourist. Tomorrow we head to Rust for one night before returning the rental car in ...

On the way to Graz

A travel blog entry by bigbri58 on May 06, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... But first we had lunch...traditional open faced sandwiches. Brian was hesitant but later agreed that they were yummy.

The old town is very walkable, with lots of narrow alleys and buildings with ornate decorations. The tour guide explained that for much of its history, Graz was poor and so people could not afford to rebuild houses; instead they put ornate Renaissance and Baroque facades on Medieval buildings. Graz also has ...

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