Who has time and desire, walks from the 8th May Square not towards the main square, but to the south through the 10th October Street, which is lined by imposing buildings and green front gardens. At the end it opens to the city park with the beautiful neo-Gothic evangelical church (built 1901 - 1903). On the way back, it is worth making a detour from 10 October Street to the right past the Peraugymnasium building complex and stately villas from the 19th and 20th centuries to the small Schillerpark. There are busts of the poet prince Friedrich Schiller and of Thomas Koschat, a famous Carinthian singer and songwriter. But the main attraction of the Schillerpark is the relief of Carinthia: Europe's largest geoplastic provides an informative three-dimensional overview of Austria's southern province at a scale of 1:10,000.
Villach is a traffic junction and is easily accessible by all public transport.
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