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(c) Graz Tourismus - Harry Schiffer

Thursday, 26.09.2019 - 6.45 pm
Guided citywalk: „Discover Graz“ (in English)

World Heritage and Cultural Capital. Graz has many faces: Renaissance residence and student city. Romantic arcaded courtyards, bustling squares, medieval alleys, southern charm. A panorama of old and new. From the clocktower with its unusual hands to the island made of glass and steel. From the emperor's mausoleum to the "Kunsthaus" – the "friendly alien". Have a sensuous experience of a captivating city.
Meetingpoint: Jakominiplatz at ther Sonnen-Apotheke = opposit Bus No.33
Free of charge - registration to renate.pleterski@ogka.at

 

Friday, 27.09.2019 - 6.45 pm
Congress party,

6.45 pm Dinner € 35,00/p.P. for the typical Styrian Meal (drinks not included)
8.30 pm Music and dance (free of charge)
Please register at renate.pleterski@ogka.at.

 

(c) Graz Tourismus - Harry Schiffer

Sunday, 29.09.2019, 11.00 am to 5.00 pm
Excursion: Sausal Wine Region (duration: 6 hours)

Here, beneath poplars and chestnut trees, where the Klapotetz beats time, life revolves around wine. An internationally more and more popular variety of local white wine reach the peak of maturity amidst the gentle hills of southern Styria. A wine-tasting tour in the 300-year-old cellar of the Episcopal Seggau Castle will help you acquire a taste for it. On the way to the castle you’ll visit a traditional oil-mill where you will be let into the secret of the „green gold of Styria“ – the production of the famous pumpkin-seed-oil. A hearty snack of assorted homemade Styrian delicacies amidst the vineyards in a local wine tavern called Buschenschank is always considered the highlight of this tour.

Price: € 77,00 per person (Minimum number of participants: 20 people)

In the Price included: Coach from Steiermarkhof an to Steiermarkhof and Airport Graz, Guide, Seggau castle: wine tasting, Labugger oil-mill: tour, pumpkin-seed-oil tasting,Buschenschank: hearty snack incl. 1 glass of wine/juice) can be booked until Friday, August 23, 2019