The sweet ambassador for Linz. The first recipe dates from 1653, making it the oldest cake recipe in the world.
An interactive world of adventure. This building, with its brightly-lit animation wall, is home to exciting exhibitions on digital art and technology.Address: Ars Electronica Linz GmbH, Ars-Electronica-Straße 1, 4040 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 7272 0Website: http://www.aec.at
The biggest church in Austria. The Neo-Gothic church architecture is impressive particularly for its tower, which is only a few metres lower than the Stephansdom in Vienna.Address: Mariendom, Herrenstraße 36, 4020 LinzWebsite: http://www.dioezese-linz.at/redaktion/index.php?page_new=2500
The biggest universal museum in Austria. Permanent exhibitions on nature and engineering, supplemented by visiting exhibitions. The view from the terrace over the roofs of Linz is unforgettable.Address: Schlossmuseum linz, Schlossberg 1, 4010 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 774419 0Website: http://www.landesmuseum.at/schlossmuseum/
With its Baroque façades and the Holy Trinity column, Europe’s largest urban square is the ideal starting point for a city stroll along Landstraße. Next to Vienna’s Mariahilfer Straße, this is the most frequented shopping street in Austria.Address: Hauptplatz Main Square, Hauptplatz, 4020 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 7070 2009Website: http://www.linz-tourismus.info
One of the emblems of the city. The striking Wallfahrtsbasilika, the pilgrimage basilica picturesquely enthroned above Linz, is easily reachable via Europe’s steepest mountain railway. Linz’s Zoo, the popular fairy-tale world of the Grottenbahn, as well as a magnificent view of Linz, await visitors to the mountain.Address: Pöstlingberg, 4040 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 7070 2009Website: http://www.linz.at/english/tourism/901.asp
Interactive multimedia world of adventure, all about steel. A walk-through artwork, forming a meeting-point between engineering and man.Address: voestalpine Stahlwelt, Voestalpine-Straße 4, 4020 Linz (Ausitra)Phone: +43 50304 15 8900Website: http://www.voestalpine-stahlwelt.at
A museum of contemporary art. This most impressive exhibition space in Austria, flooded with natural light, houses one of the best art collections in the country.Address: LENTOS Kunstmuseum Linz, Ernst-Koref-Promenade 1, A-4020 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 7070 3600Website: http://www.lentos.at
These are some of the most attractive gardens in Europe. Spread over 4.2 hectares, visitors can see 10,000 different species of plant. Five glass-houses accommodate a unique collection of cacti and display a stunning collection of orchids.Address: Botanic Garden, Roseggerstraße 20-22, 4020 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 7070 1860Website: http://www.linz.at/botanischergarten
Europe’s most modern opera house will open its doors for the very first time in April. Listen to musical masterpieces in a breathtaking atmosphere.Address: Am Volksgarten 1/ 4020 LinzPhone: +43 800 218 000Website: http://wwww.musiktheater-linz.atSubway: Linz Linien: 1,2,3 - Goethekreuzung- 12,17,19,27- Musikthater
Europe’s most modern opera house opened in April 2013. Experience musical masterpieces in breathtaking ambiance. Thanks to its splendid acoustics, every imaginable comfort and multimedia productions of operas, ballets, musicals and operettas, the building offers pure inspiration.
The interactive experience. Exciting exhibitions of digital art and technology are housed in this building with a brightly lit animated façade. On an exhibition area of 3,000 m2 you´ll encounter innovative projects at the interface of art, technology and society. One highlight is the Deep Space, where you can go on virtual journeys with gigantic 3D and 2D projections.
With its Baroque façades and the Holy Trinity column, the main square is the ideal starting point for a city stroll along Landstraße. Next to Vienna’s Mariahilfer Straße, the Landstraße is the most frequented shopping street in Austria. Also visit the old town of the city, where you can find classy fashion boutiques and gift shops.
One of the landmarks of the city. The distinctive pilgrimage basilica stands picturesquely above Linz. A visit to Pöstlingberg will thrill not only the children. After the ride in the Pöstlingbergbahn railway, it’s only a few steps to the pilgrimage basilica, the lookout platform, Linz Zoo and the Grottenbahn, Linz’s realm of fairy-tales and dwarves.
Restaurant in the Jugendstil style.Address: Am Pöstlingberg 14, 4040 LinzWebsite: http://www.poestlingbergschloessl.at
Top-quality regional cuisine. Where innovation meets tradition.Address: Am Holzpoldlgut 2, 4040 LinzWebsite: http://www.holzpoldl.at
First-class, award-winning (2 chef’s hat) seasonal cuisine.Address: Hofberg 8, Altstadt, 4020 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 782467Website: http://www.zumkleinengriechen.at
Family-run, Italian ambience.Address: Herrenstraße 23, 4020 Linz (Austria) Phone: +43 664 840 40 10Website: http://www.dagiuseppe.at
P´aa restaurant serves vegetarian food and it consider as the best vegetarian restaurant in Austria. This restaurant is a must if you like ecology food.Address: altstadt 28, 4020 linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 776461Website: http://www.paa.cx
Gastronomy for all the senses: a stunning classy restaurant with a good atmosphere which is located in this former Renaissance monks’ dormitory. Combines European and Asian elements in architecture and fusion cooking.Address: Altstadt 10, 4020 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 786161Website: http://www.herberstein-linz.atOpening hours: Closed on Sundays
The Austrian take on tapas.Address: Landstrasse 49, 4020 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 773165Website: http://www.josef.co.at
Fine regional cuisine with Mediterranean dimensions.Address: Promenade 39, 4020 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 77 76 61Website: http://www.promenadenhof.at
Romantic restaurant next to the Martinskirche church. Tip: roast goose liver in port wine sauce and truffle purée (Gebratene Gänseleber an Portweinsauce und Trüffelpürrée).Address: Römerstrasse 21, 4020 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 77 62 03Website: http://www.la-cave.at
Take a culinary journey through the Indian sub-continent.Address: Goethestrasse 34, 4020 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 658605Website: http://www.bombaypalace.at
Traditional Linz inn-restaurant. No-nonsense, fashionable cuisine.Address: Garnisonstrasse 30, 4020 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 604080Website: http://www.stubm.at
Personal service in a relaxing atmosphere. Simple, quality local fare.Address: Schmiedgraben 13, 4020 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 96218
Enjoy the harmonious meeting of old and new, in this stylishly-renovated city centre premises.Address: Pfarrgasse 18, 4020 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 91 89 89Website: http://www.wagnerei.at
The RESTAURANT, in the ARCOTEL Nike hotel with its stunning view of the Danube, stands for newly-interpreted classics of Austrian and international cuisine.Address: Untere Donaulände 9, 4020 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 7626 1416Website: http://www.das-restaurant.at
Verdi restaurant serves grande cuisine in an award-winning restaurant. The chef makes delicious dishes influenced from Italy, Asia and Austria. Verdi serves seafood, meat and lovely desserts.Address: Pachmayrstr. 137, 4040 Linz (Austria)Phone: + 43 732 73 30 05Website: http://www.verdi.at
The sweet ambassador. The "Linzer Torte" is considered the oldest known cake in the world. It was already mentioned by name as early as 1653. Yet who named or invented the cake will always remain a mystery. The earliest known recipe comes from a cookbook over 350 years old. TIP for sweet-toothed nibblers: At various bakeries/confectioneries, you can turn your hand to making a Linzer Torte yourself.
Home of the Original Linzer Torte. Traditional cake-maker’s, with fresh-baked pastry confections daily, Meinl coffee and home-make chocolate specialities. Tip: 33 varieties of chocolate truffle.Address: Herrenstrasse 22-24, 4020 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 775258Website: http://www.linzertorte.at
Old Viennese-style Kaffeehaus, with wide selection of newspapers and magazines, snooker, and a stunning terrace. Tip: Breakfast buffet at weekends until 13:00.Address: Promenade 16, 4020 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 77 33 53Website: http://www.cafe-traxlmayr.at
Modern, timeless atmosphere, with one of the sunniest terraces in the city. Tip: 100 different wines.Address: LENTOS Cafe, Ernst-Koref-Promenade 1, A-4020 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 784242Website: http://www.lentos-gastro.net
The restaurant offers a unique ambience. Regional products, prepared innovatively, creatively, and with international influences, are characteristic of the dishes here.Address: Herrenstrasse 36, 4020 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 774491Website: http://www.domviertelrelounge.at
Austria’s first open-glazed Schaubäckerei (exhibition bakery).Address: Bismarckstrasse 6, 4020 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 77 36 35 2Website: http://www.baeckerei-brandl.at
Seasonal delicacies, outstanding wines and an inviting atmosphere attract visitors to this oasis of gastronomic delights in the market setting of the Südbahnhofmarkt.Address: Schillerstrasse 70, 4020 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 6596 2370Website: http://www.boerserie.at
Viennese Kaffeehaus in one of the city’s oldest patricians’ houses.Address: Hauptplatz 18, 4020 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 79 53 99 Website: http://www.kaffee-glockenspiel.at
Combining the traditional and the modern, experiencing the special in the things that appear so simple – that’s the challenge that Cubus, in the Ars Electronica Center, sets itself. Tip: discover the exceptional in the familiarly traditional.Address: Ars-Electronica-Strasse 1, 4040 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 944149Website: http://www.cubus.at
Modern gastronomy, to accompany a rendezvous in the passage with the most attractive terrace in the centre of Linz, with views of the Pöstlingberg and the cathedral.Address: Landstrasse 17-25 4020 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 77 06 76Website: http://www.skygarden.atMore info: Passage Linz
A transformation from a lively café into an international bar and fashionable club. Tip: the best floor-fillers and party hits guarantee an unforgettable atmosphere!Address: Landstrasse 17-25 Passage City Center EG, 4020 LinzPhone: +43 732 794646 Website: http://www.remembar.at
A new bar in the Moviemento cinema complex, with a contemporary atmosphere, good music, cocktails and speciality Italian coffees. Tip: DJ line-up every Friday and Saturday.Address: OK Platz 1, 4020 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 90 76 06Website: http://www.solarisbar.at
Music bar in the heart of the city, with an eclectic weekly programmes featuring karaoke, Rock Night and Saturday Night Fever.Address: Graben 18, 4020 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 664 166 78 07Website: http://www.rox-musicbar.com
A transformation from a lively café into an international bar and fashionable club. Tip: the best floor-fillers and party hits guarantee an unforgettable atmosphere!Address: Landstrasse 17-25 , 4020 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 794646Website: http://marcelli.atMore info: Passage Linz
Modern architecture, cool music, top cuisine.Address: Wiener Strasse 157, 4020 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 944848Website: http://www.mondigo.at
The latest in audio-visual entertainment and sports broadcasts. Mediterranean cuisine, cocktails, and private garden for guests.Address: Rainerstrasse 2, 4020 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 6950 114Website: http://www.austria-trend.at/spl
Austrian-Mediterranean cuisine, in an Art Deco setting recalling the 1920s and 1930s.Address: Landstrasse 12, 4020 Linz (Austria)Phone: +43 732 79 53 53Website: http://www.arkadenhoflinz.at
Lentia City, Hauptstrasse 54, 4040 Linz With a sales area of approx. 20,000 m², the mall is home to over 60 stores. From clothes to foods to technology, Lentia City offers anything and everything to thrill a shopper’s heart. Another plus: 600 parking spaces Passage Linz, Landstrasse 17-25, 4020 Linz The biggest shopping centre in Linz, with 34 specialist shops over 7 floors. Arkade Taubenmarkt, Landstrasse 12, 4020 Linz Around 35 fine stores and restaurants await the visitor. Atrium City Centre, Mozartstrasse 1a, 4020 Linz Centrally-located shopping centre, with a colourful mix of different businesses.
The Blue Danube Airport of Linz is around 15 km outside the city centre, and can be reached easily in only 20 minutes or so by taxi, bus or train. Flights depart daily from blue danube airport linz to over 200 destinations world-wide. Direct flights to Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Graz, London, Munich, Salzburg, Vienna and Zürich. Travelling to the airport • Taxi: approx. € 27.00 from the city centre • Train: Connection from Linz Main Station to Hörsching station (travel time 11 min./ runs approx. every hour). Free shuttle service from Hörsching station to the airport. • Airport bus: Departs from opposite Linz Main Station/Kärntnerstrasse working days (Mon-Sat) hourly from 05:00-19:00 Price: € 2.60 single trip, full pricePhone: +43 7221600-0Website: http://www.flughafen-linz.at / http://www.linz-airport.com