When you arrive at Linz airport, then the airport shuttle from Coach Charter Germany will be your gentle host to make your trip perfect in Linz. Bus Company will be pleased to present your group Linz city in the heart of Europe. Linz is a beautiful and at times overlooked city located in the northern part of Austria on the Danube River. As the third largest city in Austria, it is in reality very important and also a great tourist destination with many interesting sights and activities. Coach Charter Germany's bus rental is your special connection to a wonderful and unforgettable ride to Linz.
If you want to travel with a party, then Coach Charter Germany's chartered bus is the best choice to travel with in Linz. Bus Company by Coach Charter Germany advises the party to schedule their time between visits to handle the exploration of new items carefully and to have time for other events on the route.
Do you need ideas where to go in Linz? Please find here our 10 places to check in Linz:
1. The Ars Electronica Centre
If you are a technology nerd then the bus company must guarantee that the Ars Electronica Center or Museum of the Future, as it is also called, will be like a paradise. It is one of the most fascinating places you might visit, and so much fun to use and learn about the different types of technology and interactive applications. Even if you aren't a fan of new technology, the Arts Electronica Center is a perfect place to visit.
2. The Old Cathedral
For the period this Baroque church has an impressive array of typical onion-style dome towers and stands proudly near to Hauptplatz square. The cathedral, which served as the Linz diocese, was dedicated to Saint Ignatius and was originally built in 1669 by Jesuits. While the exterior is not as sumptuous as some other European cathedrals, the towers remain eye-catching, and the interior of the church is simply stunning. Tour bus to visit this historic cathedral would be a very nice partner.
3. Schlossmuseum Linz
Overlooking the Danube the magnificent Linz Castle (Linz Schloss) ruled the region for centuries. In fact, since the beginning of the 9th century the site has been home to a fortress, the traces of which can still be seen around the old walls and the Friedrich Gate, while the present building dates mostly from the 16th century and was rebuilt after a fire in 1800. Now home to the excellent Schlossmuseum, the castle houses important art and history collections, along with exhibits of ancient, roman, and medieval artifacts including paintings, sculptures, arms, and armour. Coach chartered bus Germany will show you just how nice it is.
The Pöstlingbergbahn in the northern part of Linz is a narrow-gage railway that climbs up the steep incline of the Postlingberg hill. Beginning from the center of Linz on one of the main squares, the magnificent old railway gradually winds its way to the Postlingberg peak (but steeply-it is one of the steepest in the world) and throughout the journey you can see the cityscape of Linz and lots of beautiful scenery. The bus company must admit that the ride is not only fun and friendly, but the scenery and things to do at the top of the Postlingberg are worth the journey.
Tour bus will show you this little hill (almost a mountain) lies in the northern part of Linz and is accessible by the beautiful Pöstlingbergbahn railway. On top of this peaceful area of Linz are the Pilgrimage Basilica cathedral, the Grottenbahn attraction and several restaurants and cafés. Once off the train you can see the incredible views of Linz in sweeping panoramas below.
6. Linz Cake
When you are in Linz tour bus has to suggest enjoy a delicious slice of Linz Cake. This cake is known by the population of Linz as the oldest cake in the world and consists of a short crumbly pastry containing things such as nuts and cinnamon, usually with some kind of jam filling, and then covered with decorative lattice work on top.
Tour bus informs that the central square of Linz is an spectacular open space stretching from Klosterstrabe to nearly the banks of the Danube River, and is a core part of downtown. Central to this square is the dominant Trinity Column, at a height of 20 m and dedicated over the years to various disasters and challenging times.
8. Mauthausen Memorial
Unfortunately, there are the remains of death camps and labor camps that the Nazis built during the Second World War in many parts of Europe – everybody knows what happened in those places so that no details are needed, but many still stand as grim and poignant reminders of past and suffering today. East of Linz is Mauthausen Memorial and Museum, and the rest of the camp. An incredibly touching and meaningful view, day trips are available at the site and it's possible to schedule self-guided audio tours upon arrival. Bus rental is your secret to getting there.
9. Botanical Gardens
Often known as the Gugl, these Botanical Gardens are amongst the best and most magnificent in Europe. With over 40,000 square meters of space and 10,000 varieties of plants, you could spend hours admiring the wonders of nature here. There is an outdoor area with a number of themed gardens, including a Japanese garden and a water lilies pool. There is a magnificent arboretum alongside the gardens with around 700 varieties of trees and five greenhouses with a range of beautiful herbs, cactuses and flowers. Our bus company has to admit that these gardens are a genuinely calming and enjoyable experience, and a great thing to do other than to see.
A meandering stretch of open parkland on the river Danube and conveniently situated next to the Lentos Museum, the Donaupark is enjoyed by all and a fun spot to relax in. The grassland plains are segmented and crossed by footpaths, running along a promenade parallel to the Danube. In a typical public park you'll see everything you'd expect including scattered trees, benches, fountains and some modernist sculptures. The bus company needs to remind the community that this park is used for leisure purposes and you can also see joggers and cyclists with people who rest or play sports in the lawns.
Coach Charter Germany's airport shuttle will pick you and your group from the airport in Linz or anywhere else in and around the area. It will take just over 20 minutes to get to the center of town with our bus company. We are the rental bus company that gives you versatility while you're able to build your individual group tour. Our chartered bus will be the right companion for you when you ride around Linz.
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