Austria - Styria (PDF Chapter)
This is the Styria chapter from Lonely Planet’s Austria guidebook.
Austria’s second-largest province is a picturesque combination of culture, architecture, rolling hills, vine-covered slopes and mountains. Graz, Austria’s second-largest city, is Styria’s photogenic and fabulously relaxed capital. Head south from Graz and you’re in wine country, dubbed ‘Styrian Tuscany’.
- admire Schloss Eggenberg, Graz’s stunning Renaissance palace and museum, before ex-ploring the city’s smart restaurants, lively bars and late-night caverns
- wander Admont’s spectacular baroque abbey and its library – the largest in the world
- trip underground, or overground, at Eisenerz’ ironworks and mine
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Graz, Southern Styria, Deutschlandsberg, Ehrenhausen, Leutschach, Riegersburg, The Sausal, Northern Styria, Mariazell, Bruck an der Mur, Leoben, Eisenerz, Nationalpark Gesäuse, Admont, Johnsbach, Western Styria, Schladming, Murau.
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