Sadly we arrived on a sunday to have two nights to break up train trip between Ljubljana and Budapest. Everything closed. No one around. Was actually quite sad!! Thank goodness one shop was open to get some lunch. Almost got hit with Tumble weed as it rolled through the main square. I am sure it is a thriving and exciting... 更多
Just returned from Graz. The Hauptplatz was a great place to eat (Sausage Stand 3 is the best), people watch, explore the side streets with shops, restaurants, and overall a great place to relax and people watch.
If you are out and about in Graz you will eventually find your way here. Extremely interesting buildings all around, lots of fast food and trams coming and going. Nothing unique about it but if you are in the city you must see experience it.
We visited Graz in April. This is a beautiful centrally located square with many beautifully restored historical building, restaurants and shops. Clean and very picturesque, with local food stalls. Highly recommend.
Beautiful architecture in historic square surrounded by shops, restaurants, food stalls. Clean, safe and picturesque. Worth a visit! Cobblestones require being aware but generally easy to navigate. Wide open area means kids can meander a bit. There is a tram track that is on one edge so some watchfulness required.
Easy name to remember, huge plaza in middle of a city. Trams go by all the time. Few things to see at the square, but theres only a short walk to the other sights. And one of those sausage karts, the one with a old lady selling the sausages, thats the BEST, you can get awesome sausages from her! 10/5
Was ok to look around the centre which had a few of everything really... Market, shops fast-food but loads of trams. There were some very loud kids always hanging around the McDonald's but no problems. A typical small city center where everything is available