Escort Linz ( Escortagency & Escortservice Austria )
WEvents like the Ars electronica and the Brucknerfestival drew worldwide attention towards Linz. The city at the Danube River has many sights to offer - witnesses of the long history of the metropolis, which first got mentioned as a state capital in 1490.
Admire the outstanding Renaissance buildings: for example the spacious Landhaus or the old town hall with its pretty arcade yard built in 1509. In the three-storey Mozarthouse, Wolfgang Amadeus composed his "Linzer Symphonie" in 1783. Legend has it that the emperor Friedrich III., whose heart and entrails were buried in the local roman church, died in the Kremsmünsterhaus in 1493.
With the Martinskirche - parts of it were built before 788 - Linz owns the oldest originally preserved church in Austria; the new cathedral (opened 1924) is the biggest church in Austria with space for 20.000 visitors,. Maybe you would also like to visit the botanical garden, where more than 10.000 plant species can be admired. Or take a boat trip on the Danube or a ride on the Pöstlingbergbahn, the steepest mountain railway in Europe. There is a variety of events waiting for you: major theater productions are offered by the Linzer Landestheater and the Kammerspiele; the Linzer Kultursommer, the Brucknerfestival or the Ars Electronica are all worth a visit. Also there is a beautiful Christmas market taking place starting at the end of November.