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.
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.
blue danube airport Linz 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, Palma and Vienna. Travelling to the airport • Taxi: approx. € 29.00 from the city centre • Train: Connection from Linz Main Station to Hörsching station (travel time 9 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), Bus number 601 hourly from 05:00-19:00 (travel time approx. 19 min.) Price: € 2.90 single trip, full price
Car Motorway (A1) from Munich - Salzburg, Vienna - Budapest Motorway (A8) from Passau - Regensburg Motorway (A7) from Prague Train Hourly Intercity and Eurocity connections to Salzburg and Vienna, and from there to all important European capitals Tel.: +43 5 1717 www.oebb.at Ship Linz is situated on one of Europe’s most important waterways, the Danube, which is linked to the Rhine and the Main. Linz is a popular stopover for cycle tourists on the Danube bicycle path from Passau to Vienna. www.donauschiffahrt.at www.donaureisen.at/ Public transportation Information about public transportation: www.linzag.at
Information on addresses, telephone numbers and opening hours for Linz post offices can be obtained from Post und Telekom Austria on +43 732 05 776774020 and at www.post.at Name: Post Office 4020 Linz Opening hours: Monday to Friday 07:00-20:00, Saturday 09:00-18:00, Sunday 09:00-13:00 Address: Bahnhofplatz 11, 4020 Linz, Austria Tel.: +43 732 77677 4020 www.post.at Name: Post Office 4010 Linz Opening hours: Monday to Friday 08:00-18:00, Saturday 09:00-12:00 Address: Domgasse 1, 4010 Linz, Austria Tel.: +43 732 77677 4010 www.post.at