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Steel city, industrial city or working-class city - Linz historically has several nicknames. What some do not know: the city with its 200,000 inhabitants is perfect for culinary voyages of discovery and offers art and culture fans a wealth of museums and events, which is surprisingly diverse for a city of this size.
Accordingly, you are spoilt for choice – let us guide you with our Linz insider tips through the jungle of the Upper Austrian capital and reveal where the best cocktails are, where you can enjoy a hangover breakfast on Sunday afternoons and what lofty heights and a former tobacco factory have to do with art.
The gastronomy scene in Linz has developed steadily in recent years and has some such exciting bars and restaurants that a visit to Austria's third-largest city is worthwhile, even just for culinary reasons.
The Ars Electronica Center, as the "Museum of the Future", creates a bridge between art and technology. In addition, spectacular tours, a creative "fag factory" and a controversial music theatre attract visitors to this surprising city.