Our laboratory is part of Graz University of Technology. Graz is the second largest city of Austria and located in the south-eastern province Styria. Styria is known as the green lung of Austria and gives lots of possibilities for leisure activities as hiking, skiing and biking. Graz is included to the World Heritage List of UNESCO and was Europes Cultural Capital in the year 2003. Besides of its cultural sites and attractions, Graz has a vibrant student life.
How to reach us?
Take the motorway exit Graz-Ost. Pass the first traffic light and turn at the 2nd junction to right in direction Münzgrabenstraße. Follow this road and turn right into Sandgasse. In the middle of the road (after about 300 m) there is a gate on the right hand side. From this gate you already can see the concrete buildings. Ring the bell there and contact the janitor. They will open the gate so that you can enter the area with your car. Park your car somewhere at the area in the near of the grey concrete buildings.
In front of the train station there is a tramway station for the line number 6. Take this tramway to the station called St.Peter Friedhof. It takes you about 20–30 minutes to go from the main train station to St.Peter Friedhof. See the Graz Hauptbahnhof - SPSC route map.
After you have arrived at St. Peter Friedhof, follow the way as described in the St. Peter Friedhof - SPSC route map.
There is a second tramway station in the near of our laboratory named St. Peter Schulzentrum.
For the train schedule please check ÖBB, and for the tramway schedule please consult Verbund Linie.
If you plan on taking a cab from the airport, all taxi drivers in Graz know the addresses of the city, so mentioning Inffeldgasse 16c should be enough. The easiest access is opposite of Sandgasse 39.
If you plan on taking the public transport, use the bus number 631 to Graz Hauptbahnhof. After reaching the train station you can follow the instructions of getting to the lab by train.