Klagenfurt is the capital of one of the Austrian federal states, Carinthia. About 101,000 inhabitants live here permanently and is the sixth largest city in the country of our southern neighbor. It lies only 20 kilometers from the border with Slovenia.
Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul – dates back to 1581, then as a Protestant prayer room.
Cistercian Viktring Monastery – this historic building from 1142 now serves as a gymnasium.
Minimundus – a well-known park with models of buildings, ships and trains.
Public transport Klagenfurt
Like other major cities, Klagenfurt relies on public transport. For locals and visitors, it is advantageous mainly because it solves problems with parking in the center. In Klagenfurt, they rely on buses. The signage of the stops is clear and the connections run on time. You can buy one-time, hourly or even 24-hour tickets.
If you prefer a long-distance bus, Flixbus will take you here from many European cities.
The fastest and most convenient is, of course, air transport. Klagenfurt has its own international airport, located just under 3 kilometers from the city. There are regular flights from Vienna or Cologne. From the airport to the city can be easily reached by train or bus.