What to do and see in Graz, Styria: The Best Fountains

November 30, 2021 Carley Gatson

A bevy of universities give Austria's second-largest city its lively pace. Baroque palaces are a pleasant contrast with 16th-century courtyards and provocative modern buildings. The Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, teems with fine architecture, including the Burg castle complex, with its Gothic double staircase, and the graceful Uhrturm clock tower. A funicular takes visitors up the dramatic bluff. The River Mur dashes through the city, and thermal springs dot the surrounding countryside.
Restaurants in Graz

1. Erzherzog Johann Brunnen

Hauptplatz, Graz 8010 Austria
Excellent
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4.0 based on 61 reviews

Erzherzog Johann Brunnen

Reviewed By Elena257 - Timisoara, Romania

Right is front of the city hall you can find this beautiful fountain. Around it there were small wooden houses selling Wurst and Gluhwein, yammy!

2. Stadtpark

Innere Stadt, Graz 8010 Austria
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4.0 based on 68 reviews

Stadtpark

Large park in the center of Graz with many paths, statuary, an 1873 fountain with design elements identical those in the fountain in Paris' Place de la Concorde, and the Stadtpark Kirche.

3. Kaiser-Franz-Josef-Brunnen

Stadtpark, Graz Austria

4. Taubenbrunnen

Schlossbergplatz 1, Graz 8010 Austria http://vanderkrogt.net/statues/object.php

5. Rosariumbrunnen

Opernring, Graz Austria http://vanderkrogt.net/statues/object.php

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