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Linz, European Capital of Culture 2009


Linz transforms the Danube - and vice versa

As the city's full name expresses so succinctly, Linz lies on the Danube as few other Austrian cities do. In 2015, the European Capital of Culture invites both its inhabitants and visitors to discover the city on all levels, from the water.

Get Started: PocketGuide tour of Linz

You want to explore the city of Linz on your own and without a guidebook? With the PocketGuide tour of Linz it's easy!
Discover the city center of Linz by downloading the tour to your iPhone, iPad or Android smartphone. The app guides you through the city while showing you the top 25 sights and attractions in the downtown area.

Linz Danube

Your weekend in Linz

Get to know the innovative, contemporary city on the Danube where culture, architecture, nature and science coexist as a satisfying whole. Stroll through the marvellous old quarter of the town, experience the virtual worlds and be astonished by this progressive development of the city. Enjoy Linz to the fullest with the Linz Card for 3 days, which covers nearly all attractions.
Linz Card 2015

Enjoy culture by the colourful Danube at a discounted price

Have you ever asked yourself what it must mean to a city to lie on Europe’s longest river?
In 2015, Linz is searching for answers to that question.
Exhibitions, installations and events make the changes on the banks of the Danube clearly visible and show what zeitgeist really means. Sharpen your fi ve senses in the Danube city and immerse yourself in the fl owing cultural experience on the river.

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Tourist Information Linz

Hauptplatz 1 (Altes Rathaus)
phone: +43 732 7070 2009

October - April
Monday till Saturday 9 am. - 5 pm.
Sunday/Holiday 10 am. - 5 pm.

May - September
Monday till Saturday 9 am. - 7 pm.
Sunday/Holiday 10 am. - 7 pm.

Further information.
Information brochures (new window).

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