Familiar, unfamiliar and unusual views of Linz.
Linz is Something to See
Historical buildings, impressive churches and one of the largest Medieval main squares in Central Europe conjoin with striking contemporary architecture to form an extraordinary city image.
Set the stage for Linz. Culture of the highest quality can be seen and experienced here. Always and everywhere, virtual or real.
Pöstlingberg – The Hill Overlooking Linz
Visit the hill overlooking Linz. Along with the fantastic view, highlights include the pilgrimage basilica and the underground fairy-tale world of the Grottenbahn.
Linz ~ Danube
Linz lies on the second longest river in Europe. Even the Celts and the Romans already appreciated the geographical location. And the city is still defined by the river today.
Leisure and Sport
There is no chance of boredom in a vibrant city like Linz. Here there is something for everyone.
Recreational areas, parks and the Botanical Garden invite one to linger, making an essential contribution to the quality of living and working in these surroundings.
In Advent Linz shows itself from its most enchanting side. The baroque Main Square of Linz is a successful symbiosis of old and new with the modern booths of the Christmas Market. The fairy-tale worlds at the Christmas Market of the Volksgarten public gardens delight not only children. The two markets are connected by the Landstrasse – the shopping mile of Linz – which is lit up at Christmas time with a modern dream world of lights.
Picture Linz | Overview
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