Sackstrasse

This former cul-de-sac was once known as "Lords Close" (Herrensack) as early as 1650, because of the mansions that are still standing today including, at n° 12, the Krebsenkeller whose Renaissance arcaded courtyard has a secret and very Italian atmosphere. The former Palais Herberstein houses the Modern Art Museum (Neue Galerie), while at n° 18 the Palais Khuenburg was the birthplace of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, assassinated at Sarajevo in 1914 and now houses the Town Museum.

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Adresse : 

. Sackstr.

Nearby tourist attractions

Palais Attems
Palais Attems
Opposite the Town Museum, this is
30 minutes
Mariahilf-Kirche
Mariahilf-Kirche
Our Lady of Succour was a popular
15 minutes
Franziskanerkirche
Franziskanerkirche
The Church of the Franciscans forms a
15 minutes
Medieval Quarter
Medieval Quarter
The Kälbernes Viertel, or "Calf Quarter"
60 minutes
Sporgasse
Sporgasse
The winding and colourful Sporgasse is
15 minutes
Old Town
Old Town
Graz's Old Town is included in the
90 minutes
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Palais Attems
Palais Attems
Opposite the Town Museum, this is
30 minutes
Mariahilf-Kirche
Mariahilf-Kirche
Our Lady of Succour was a popular
15 minutes
Franziskanerkirche
Franziskanerkirche
The Church of the Franciscans forms a
15 minutes
See all