Linz

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Overview

Linz is more than just another picturesque Austrian town on the Danube. The 2009 European Capital of Culture is sprouting an innovative urban centre, and the city is full of shiny modern art spaces, with an eclectic music and theatre scene.

About Austria


Getting there You can get to Linz from Vienna, Budapest and Salzburg. Best price and travel duration below.

From Frankfurt 05:21 HK$994
From Munich 02:39 HK$569
From Zurich 06:33 HK$804
From Vienna 01:15 HK$334
From Budapest 04:35 HK$623
From Salzburg 01:05 HK$244
From Innsbruck 02:51 HK$533
From Hamburg 10:13 HK$985
From Nuremberg 03:13 HK$650
From Bonn 07:29 HK$1,238
From Summerau 01:04 HK$136
From Passau 01:05 HK$217
From Udine 07:37 HK$443
From Freistadt 00:55 HK$117
From Klagenfurt 04:42 HK$578
From Kufstein 02:22 HK$488
From Steyr 00:35 HK$108
From St Anton Am Arlberg 04:08 HK$696
From Villach 04:11 HK$578
From Langen Am Arlberg 04:19 HK$696
From Worgl 02:32 HK$497


Getting around From Linz, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Freistadt 01:08 HK$117
To Summerau 01:17 HK$136
To Steyr 01:41 HK$108
To Passau 01:46 HK$217
To Salzburg 01:57 HK$244
To Vienna 03:05 HK$334
To Ceske Budejovice 03:16 HK$217
To Munich 04:09 HK$569
To Innsbruck 05:04 HK$533
To Budapest 05:14 HK$623
To Worgl 05:51 HK$497
To Kufstein 06:11 HK$488
To Langen Am Arlberg 06:14 HK$614
To Nuremberg 06:26 HK$650
To Villach 06:42 HK$578
To Wurzburg 06:52 HK$903
To St Anton Am Arlberg 08:16 HK$614
To Prague 08:27 HK$434
To Bonn 09:33 HK$831
To Frankfurt 09:46 HK$831
To Hamburg 09:58 HK$985
To Udine 10:21 HK$443
To Zurich 10:32 HK$804
To Cologne 11:38 HK$831
To Graz 13:39 HK$397

While you're there

Linz is more than just another picturesque Austrian town on the Danube. The 2009 European Capital of Culture is sprouting an innovative urban centre, and the city is full of shiny modern art spaces, with an eclectic music and theatre scene.

Train Station(s)

Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Linz can be found.


Linz Hbf

Address: Bahnhofplatz 3-6 4020 Linz

 



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Nearby destinations

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Customer reviews

  • "Salzburg Linz"    
    Very good trip  
  • "Horrid"    
    After leaving Prague, we were told that we had to board buses due to construction for part of the track. Train staff did not speak English and we were explained this by another passenger. We boarded buses from 1970, had to get off and reboard another train, then switch cars based on our final destination. Extremely uncomfortable, confusing, and we probably should've been told this before we even left. Lugging a 50lb suitcase on 3 different trains and a bus was not in my travel plans. I would've rented a car if I knew this would happen.  
  • "Salzburg to Prague via Linz"    
    We traveled from Salzburg to Prague via Linz. The trip till Linz was comfortable and as per our expectation. But the second phase from Linz to Prague was the worst nightmare we had, ranging from no pantry, faulty air-conditioning, and dirty seats.  
  • "unfortunately"    
    the train broke down, part of the way we drove by bus, then by train again and we came to Linz with a delay of 3 hours.  
  • "missing link"    
    We ordered tickets from Budapest to Frankfurt but didn't realise until we got to Vienna that Linz  
  • "First class booking"    
    It was not possible to reserve a seat through Raileurope, but there were reserved seats. Finally found a compartment and it was comfortable.