Linz

Linz – Pulsating Upper Austrian provincial capital

Culture takes place: no matter if classical concerts at the Brucknerhaus, extraordinary Open Air clouds of sound at the Danube park, the Easter-concerts “Passion” in different churches or the whole inner city as a stage for the streets artist festival. Busy hustle and bustle in the shopping streets and exuberant atmosphere in bars and pubs place Linz as a town with a high living standard. Idyllic alleys, historical buildings and the baroque main square contrast with Europe’s only public virtual cave at the Ars Electronica Center.

Between Böhmerwald (the Bohemian Forest) and Dachstein

Upper Austria – at 11,980 km², the fourth largest state in the Alpine republic – invites you to the holiday experience of a lifetime in the utterly indescribable diversity of its landscape. With mystical forests, lakes clear enough to drink, gurgling brooks and rivers, towering cliffs, hot springs and majestic mountains, you can find concentrated in Upper Austria everything that Austria has to offer.

Mühlviertel

North of the Danube there’s a mysterious place of awesome natural beauty to discover. Gently rolling foothills spread from the Danube Valley to the higher grounds of Bohemian Forest. The Area is crisscrossed by a stunning network of Adventure and Theme Trails, taking you on fun-filled nature exploration tours and to the most rewarding destinations. The Area’s native cuisine adds another glorious dimension to the simple act of refreshment. Savor every moment as you explore the tastes and textures of Mühlviertel’s delightful culinary culture.

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