Upper Austria
Linz
Interesting
Linz The Essential
Interesting
Linz, capital of Upper Austria, lies on both banks of the Danube. It owes its industrial expansion first to river then railway traffic. Talented men have left their mark here: the astronomer Kepler, the musicians Mozart and Beethoven or, closer to our time, the Austrian writer Adalbert Stifter. But Linz cherishes the memory of Anton Bruckner who has given his name to a famous international classical music festival.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Linz
Pöstlingberg
Pöstlingberg
This 537m-high hill near Linz offers an
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Martinskirche
Martinskirche
Excavations have found ancient origins
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Schloss
Schloss
The castle, a former residence of
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Priesterseminarkirche
Priesterseminarkirche
The Church of the Great Seminary was
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Hauptplatz
Hauptplatz
The main square was already the same
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Nordico-Museum der Stadt Linz
Nordico-Museum der Stadt Linz
The "Nordico" name dates back to 1675,
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