Registration & Lecture Hall
Universitätsbibliothek Graz (Library of the University of Graz)
Universitätsplatz 3a, 8010 Graz
Lecture Hall: HS 62.01
Institute of Anatomy, Medical University of Graz
A-8036 Graz, Auenbruggerplatz 25
The Parkhotel is perfectly located for our meeting. It is within walking distance to the lecture hall and the historic part of town. It is nearby the opera house, the theatre, the universities, the central park and has very useful facilities like the coffee shop, an outdoor garden-restaurant as well as a large parking lot.
The Parkhotel offers a special rate for participants. Please arrange the booking of accommodation directly with the hotel yourself.
Tel.: +43/316/36 30-27
Fax: +43/316/36 30-50
Please refer to the Graz FESS-Course to receive special rates.
Hotel „Das Weitzer“
It’s a hotel that has been one of the best addresses in the city for more than 100 years, and will always be state-of-the-art. Modern goes with traditional here, just as much as first-class with affordable. The “Urbane” is now seasoned with a delicate pinch of country life. Florian Weitzer is managing the hotel in the fourth generation, and with character and contemporary ideas. And the Weitzer has even more to offer.
If you are looking for other options, please contact the
Graz Convention Bureau
Grazer Tourismus und Stadtmarketing GmbH
The City of Graz
Graz is a wonderfully walkable city with a distinctly Southern flair that makes exploring it on foot a real joy. With the intimate charm of a small town, Graz boasts an array of cultural attractions, festivals and culinary delights befitting Austria’s second-largest city. One day will give you enough time to get a first impression of the historic Old Town – a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site – and its most important sights.
The Old-Town is the heart and soul of Graz. Encompassing the city mountain, former fortifications, charming alleyways, medieval building facades as well as extraordinary modern architecture, it is a living museum with a modern twist. Summer and winter, the city is bustling with activity.
Fortifications on the city mountain date back to the 11th century. The inner city is full of narrow, romantic streets in which Italian-style palazzi and impressive public halls vie for the attention of passers-by, without making a show of the cool beauty of their courtyards and other well-kept secrets.
What makes Graz especially exciting is the combination of these historic treasures with truly stunning modern architecture like the Kunsthaus Graz, which beautifully reflects the Old Town in its façade. Students from the city’s four universities enjoy the many street cafes, which lend the city an almost Mediterranean flair. Art galleries, great shopping, innovative- as well as excellent traditional restaurants, and a busy event calendar ensure that the city stays young at heart.