Linz, a city on the banks of the blue Danube, is a dynamic centre of culture and technology in the upper part of Austria. With its historic heart and modern architectural jewels, this UNESCO-listed gem is a true paradise for art and technology lovers. Read more

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Linz is a city of contrasts, where ancient monasteries mix with modern buildings and where culture and technology go hand in hand. It's a city rich in history, but also considered one of Austria's most progressive cities. With a stunning old town, an impressive cathedral, a modern art museum and an innovative technology centre, Linz is definitely a city to visit.

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What to do in Linz

Old Town (Altstadt)

Explore the narrow streets and picturesque squares of Linz's Old Town, full of historic buildings, excellent restaurants and boutiques.


In this main town square, one of the largest in Europe, you'll find important sights and enjoy an authentic Austrian atmosphere.

St Martin's Cathedral (Mariendom)

This imposing neo-Gothic cathedral is the largest in Austria and offers breathtaking views of the city from its tower.

Lentos Museum of Modern Art (Lentos Kunstmuseum)

One of the most important modern art museums in Austria, this museum hosts an impressive collection of artworks from the 19th century to the present day.

Ars Electronica Center

This futuristic centre is world-renowned for its innovative exhibitions on art, technology and society.


Ride this historic tram to the top of Pöstlingberg for a breathtaking view of the entire city. At the top you will also find the pilgrimage church and the miniature world of the "Grottenbahn".

Schlossmuseum Linz

Housed in a historic castle, this museum offers a wide range of exhibitions, from archaeology and history to art and technology.


Near Linz is the Mauthausen concentration camp, an important site for understanding European history. A tour of this site is a powerful and moving experience.

Voestalpine Stahlwelt

This interactive museum gives you an insight into the world of steel and explains the production processes at Voestalpine, one of the leading steel and technology groups with a long tradition.


This park along the Danube is the perfect place for walks, picnics or just to watch the boats pass by on the river. During the summer months, concerts and festivals are held here.

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In and around Linz

Mauthausen (18.5 km)

Located near the Austrian town of Linz, Mauthausen was once the site of one of the most notorious concentration camps during World War II. Today, it serves as a somber memorial and educational center, where the lesson of history should never be forgotten.

Kremsmunster Abbey (30.21 km)

Nestled in the Upper Austrian town of Kremsmünster, the historic Kremsmünster Abbey stands as a testament to the enduring influence of monastic communities in Europe.

Steyr (31.22 km)

Steyr, a picturesque Austrian town, boasts a perfect blend of natural beauty and rich history. Located at the confluence of the rivers Steyr and Enns, it charms visitors with its architectural gems and inviting landscapes.

Vyssi Brod (34.65 km)

Nestled on the banks of the Vltava River, Vyšší Brod is a picturesque town with medieval charm, offering an intoxicating blend of historic landmarks, serene nature, and cultural experiences in the heart of the Czech Republic.

Treetop Walkway Lipno (37.9 km)

Elevate your perspective and step above the verdant canopy at the Treetop Walkway Lipno, a unique treetop trail that offers a blend of nature, adventure, and breathtaking views, suspended high above the Bohemian Forest.

Rozmberk nad Vltavou (39.34 km)

Rožmberk nad Vltavou, a quaint town crowned by a grand castle, seems untouched by time, offering visitors an enchanting journey through the Czech Republic's illustrious past and picturesque landscapes.

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