1. Castle Bergbahn
2. Adventure Park Graz
4. Lurgrotte Semliach
The Grazer Schloßbergbahn is a funicular railway which has been transporting passengers since 1894. With a gradient of 60% and thanks to a glass roof, you can enjoy wonderful panoramic views over the city of Graz. The trains of the Schloßbergbahn run regularly every 15 minutes and more frequently during busy times.
On the outskirts of the city of Graz is an exciting park full with adventure and opportunity for self-awareness. In the Adventure Park Graz there is a high ropes climbing course to test your balance and visitors can enjoy archery and pleasant walks on nature trails. You are in the right place here if you want to experience something different with an exciting and adventurous day for the whole family. Adventure and fun await you!
The trip to the Barenschutzklamm is unique. Visitors will be taken past raging waters, fascinating rock formations, rare plants and animals and through one of the longest water-conducting gorges in Austria. The extremely exciting ascent takes you over 164 wooden bridges and ladders on a length of 1,300m. It overcomes 350 meters in height difference and visitors are able to view various wall charts in the gorge to explore and learn about the interesting vegetation that grows there.
The Lurgrotte is Austria’s largest dripstone cave. Formed over millions of years the powerful, magical and fragile stalagmites form beautiful art forms with imaginative names such as Prince, Giant or Paschal Candle. You can join a tour with competent leaders and learn more about this fascinating cave world.
The surrounding area of Graz is often described as wild and romantic. This romantic gorge is well-secured and suitable for the whole family. Since 1904 nature lovers have been able to enjoy the ‘Rotschbach’ river at one of its most spectacular sections, the Kesselfall. The ‘Kesselfallrundweg’ is a circular footpath which leads over several waterfalls, rapids and pools. The highest waterfall crashes over several stages over 38 meters. More than 50 ladders and bridges with a total of approximately 1,800 rungs allow visitors to experience this natural spectacle first-hand.