The Neue Dom, a neo-Gothic giant with a riot of skinny spires and fabulous stained glass windows depicts Linz's history. The cathedral's...
One of Austria’s oldest churches, first mentioned in 799. Notice the Roman inscriptions and oven through the window.
An ornate baroque bishop’s residence built by Michael Pruckmayer following designs by Jakob Prandtauer, who also made his mark on the...
This down-to-earth pub is pure rock ‘n’ roll, with loud music and walls smothered in posters of Led Zeppelin, Thin Lizzy and Deep...
Join the cake-loving locals at this celebrated cafe. You’d need a huge fork (and appetite) to tackle the Linzer Torte that set a...
Lonely Planet review
These peaceful botanical gardens, south of the centre, nurture 10,000 species, from native alpine plants to orchids, rhododendrons, tropical palms and one of Europe’s largest cacti collections.