Free Tour ?
Our Free Tours are truly low-threshold. Feel free to attend the Free Tour and you will be most welcome to join us, whether you are from Graz, a tourist, old or young. No rip-off and certainly no tourist trap, we offer entertaining and diverting guided tours on a tip-your-guide basis. Our Free Tours include both the “first time in Graz” highlights and non-standard walks through the old town of Graz. They are run at scheduled dates by especially trained and nationally licensed Austria Guides. Our Discover Graz Free Tours are here to make you have a good time as we all know: the best things in life are free.
Small print: The guide will gladly accept a reasonable tip at the end of the tour 🙂
To make this beautiful city accessible for everyone we offer our free tours on a regular basis. These are a selection of different themes to experience this beautiful city of Graz and to see it from different points of view.
The classic Old Town Walking Tour shows the highlights of the Old Town of Graz, which may call itself a “Unesco World Heritage Site”: Graz Cathedral, the largest mausoleum of the Habsburg family, the Old University, the heart of the city the Graz Main Square with its historic town hall and bourgeois houses, the oldest Renaissance courtyard in the city, the distinctive “Landhaushof”, the baroque Palais of the “Sackstraße” and much more.
With the Schloßberg tour we offer exclusive insights into the city’s landmarks, namely the clock tower and the bell tower, and also enjoy a wonderful view.
The evening tour is again dedicated to darker themes, hidden cemeteries, legends and stories of the dead and undead.
With our “Lust und Laster” tour we will illuminate funny topics around famous people of Graz and their scandalous sex lives and life stories, unique in Graz.
Light and lively, colourful and playful, our children’s tour is an experience for the whole family. A journey back in time to the Middle Ages, the Renaissance period and the Baroque period. Children playfully experience and discover the sights of the Old Town, the “Franziskanerplatz” and its guild signs, the “Landhaushof”, the “Herrengasse”, the “Hauptplatz”, the facades of the “Sporgasse” and the beautiful city palaces of the “Sackstraße”.