Graz is a city in the southeast of Austria, situated at the foot of Mount Schlossberg, washed by the clear waters of the Moore River and engaged to it with seven bridges. This administrative center of the historical land of Styria is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and in 2003, it became the European Capital of Culture. Graz is the red tile on medieval houses' roofs and the place where Arnold Schwarzenegger first began training. A trip to this city will give you the most wonderful experiences, pleasing the eye and soul with a variety of unusual historical and contemporary attractions. Graz makes you fall in love at first sight with a relaxed combination of thousands of years of tradition and modern trends in avant-garde, surrealism, and post-modern architecture. Graz is a great excuse to travel!