In general this is a nice place however there are many drug users that frequent this park. Also used by the homeless. There are a few coffee shops that are worth visiting.
The park is on the "outside" of what was once the old city wall. The park is quite large, beautiful with old trees and some of the moat still maintained. The only problem with the park is many people don't clean up after their dogs. There is a large and lavish fountain, a upper class type restaurant on the edge... More
Walking the tranquil paths, old trees everywhere, you can forget you are actually in a city. There are two cafes in and near the park.
Such a great park, with plenty of space to kick around a soccer ball, have a picnic, toss a frisbee, lots of benches around lovely pathways, and great cafe's. Even though there are oftentimes lots of people out, it still feels very personal and uncrowded.
The park is a lovely place to sit in the sun and study/ play frisbee or just sit with an ice cream in the summer time. It is also a lovely sight to cycle past in Graz. Lots of fond memories here.
This is a classic urban oasis: a large, well tended park that is much used by the people who live in the city. There are winding pathways, a fountain, a moat with ducks, play areas and lawns, and a huge variety of trees, many of the them plaques to identify them. Emjoyable at any season.
I was in Graz with my husband and 2 young children. My husband was there on business therefore my children and I had the days to ourselves. We went to Stadtpark almost every day. Very nice to walk around and it has a children's play area as well. There's a market behind the Opera house which is just across the... More
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