Gai is located approximately 30 miles (48 kilometers) northwest of Graz and 85 miles (137 kilometers) southwest of the national capital, Vienna.
See for yourself exactly why Styria is so universally-loved by travelers, by exploring the cornucopia of natural and man-made attractions around Gai. If you are after more ways to enjoy the region, head to the Hauptplatz and Goss Abbey (Stift Goss) in the vicinity of Leoben, which is 6 miles (10 kilometers) to the northwest of Gai.
Approximately 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southwest of Gai is Judenburg, a regional city where you'll find St. Lambrecht's Abbey, Schloss Obermurau and Admont Abbey. Hauptplatz and Magdalenakirche are just a sample of the other interesting visitor attractions that await.
A useful technique to really get a sense of an area is by learning about its history. While in Styria, be sure to visit the area's fine old towns. Get outside and discover Styria's fascinating gardens, open-air museums and open-air exhibits.
A fun way to enjoy the wild landscapes around Gai is to sign up for a tobogganing or mountain climbing tour. When you need a break, try out picnicking or shore fishing.
As you finish your time in Gai, load up your gear and bid Gai "Tschüss" (farewell).