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Cabrio bus & co.

The event transport of Graz Linien shows you (not only) Graz at its most attractive – for instance in our cabrio bus!

Cabriolet bus of Graz Linien drives through the Burgtor with passengers
© Holding Graz/Lupi Spuma

COVID19-In­for­ma­tions:

When travelling with the Graz Linien buses or the convertible bus, the current COVID-19 regulations of the federal government apply.

Info about the cabrio bus trips 2021

We offer our tours until September. Details below!

Cabrio bus: open-topped through Graz

See the city of Graz from a different perspective for once – with the cabrio bus of Graz Linien! The grazguides of the “Fremdenführer-Club” (“Guides Club”) will provide you with interesting information about the city and its sights during the journey which lasts around 90 minutes.

Cabriolet bus of Graz Linien drives through the Burgtor with passengers
© Holding Graz/Lupi Spuma

Please note

In bad weather, the tours will be conducted in a service bus!

The Graz Linien cabrio bus has the following equipment

  • 40 adjustable passenger seats and 1 seat for the travel companion
  • On-board radio, radio microphone
  • Electronic, programmable matrix displays front and rear
  • Radio and CD player
  • on-board bar with refrigerator
  • Passenger tables, which can be used variably
  • Advertising space on the outside 4,2m x 1,3 m

Further details can also be found in our folder.

Info and dates 2022

We run from 1 May to 30 September 2022 on the following days:

Fri. 11.00 a.m. Sat. 11.00 a.m. and 1.00 p.m., Sun. & holidays 11.00 a.m.

Full moon rides: 13 and 14 June, 12 and 13 July, 11 and 12 August, 9 and 10 September 2022, each at 8.30 p.m.

 

Ticket prices 2022:

  • Adults: € 21
  • Children: € 10.50
  • Full moon rides: € 31

 

Basic info:

  • The Cabriobus starts its city tours from the Kunsthaus Graz.
  • Departure is always at 11 am, on Saturday there is an additional ride at 1 pm. There are no trips from Monday to Thursday.
  • The duration of the tour is 90 minutes.
  • The tours are bilingual (D/E).

Prices and tick­ets

Adults

€ 21,00

The standard Cabriobus ticket for adults.

The standard Cabriobus ticket for adults.

Children

up to the age of 15

€ 10,50

The Cabriobus ticket for children.

The Cabriobus ticket for children.

Adults

with a Graz 72-hour ticket

€ 19,00

The discounted Cabriobus ticket for adults with a Graz 72-hour ticket.

The discounted Cabriobus ticket for adults with a Graz 72-hour ticket.

Children

with a Graz 72-hour ticket

€ 9,50

The discounted Cabriobus ticket for children with a Graz 72-hour ticket.

The discounted Cabriobus ticket for children with a Graz 72-hour ticket.

Ticket sales:

  • from the driver
  • or from Graz Tourism, Herrengasse 16
  • It is possible to buy a ticket until 10.30 am on the day of the journey!

Full-moon trips

A special experience awaits you on full moon nights: A city tour with the convertible bus through nocturnal Graz, followed by a ride up the mountain with the Schloßberg cable car and a ride down the valley with the Schloßberg lifts. Let yourself be enchanted by the great atmosphere of Graz at night and enjoy a glass of Prosecco in the Aiola Upstairs. The full moon rides take place in all weathers!

Please note: In case of bad weather, the full moon rides will not take place with the convertible bus, but with a regular bus!

Dates 2022:

  • 15 and 16 May
  • 13 and 14 June
  • 12 and 13 July
  • 11 and 12 August9 and 10 September

The trips always start at 8:30 pm at the Kunsthaus.

Prices:

Adults and children € 31

Duration:

approx. 90 minutes, tours in German

Cabriolet bus of Graz Linien drives with passengers along the Styria Tower
© Holding Graz/Lupi Spuma
Cabriolet bus of Graz Linien drives past Karl-Franzens-University with passengers
© Holding Graz/Lupi Spuma
Cabriolet bus of Graz Linien drives through the Burgtor with passengers
© Holding Graz/Lupi Spuma
Cabriolet bus of Graz Linien drives with passengers through Sackstraße
© Holding Graz/Lupi Spuma
Cabriolet bus of Graz Linien stands with passengers in front of the Kunsthaus
© Holding Graz/Lupi Spuma