Linz is the capital of Upper Austria and also Austria’s third biggest city. Situated on the Danube river, over recent years Linz has developed into an international convention and meeting location. The commercial image of Linz is characterised by manufacturing companies, as a location for major companies such as Voestalpine AG, and the direct logistical connection of the city via a port on the Danube
In 2009, Linz was European City of Culture, and since 2014, Linz has also been a member of the Unesco Creative Cities Network (UCCN) with the aim of maintaining and representing cultural diversity. Events such as the Linzer Klangwolke, the Bruckner Festival, the Ars-Electronica Festival and the film festival Crossing Europa make Linz an internationally recognised centre of culture.
Linz Airport is the biggest regional freight airport in Austria, but passenger traffic also plays a major role.
Linz Airport: www.linz-airport.com
You can also get to Linz easily by train. Linz main train station is the starting point for mainline and regional ÖBB trains. There is also a direct connection to Vienna International Airport now. You can get to the airport terminal from our main train station in less than 2 hours.
You can drive safely to Linz by car or bus on Austria’s excellent motorways and regional road network.
A total of 33 tram and bus lines will get you quickly and reliably to your destination.
Linz AG: www.linzag.at
The linztourismus.at live app. The city in your pocket. Free for Android and iPhone.
Everything about the app: www.linztourismus.at/linz-app
You can also get the Linz Card direct from us in the hotel. or you can order it when you make a reservation.
Order your Linz Card here: www.linztourismus.at/sehen-und-erleben/linzcard/
Official language: Deutsch
Telephone prefix: +43 732
Population: ca. 197.000
Emergency numer (without prefix): 112
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