The beautiful Danube, oompah-pah music, alleyways begging to be explored, historical buildings to gawk at and potato soup to slurp, Linz is home to five universities. Snuggled into the foothills of the Alps, it is the third largest city in Austria.
Sitting in the heart of Central Europe, there is an excellent rail transport to jump either north or south to the towns of Vienna, Budapest or Prague to name a few.Overflowing with concert halls, museums and boutique shops, the dominance of university students ensures a lively music, art and entertainment scene with pumping cafes, pubs and restaurants.
You can take day trips into the mountains of the Alps to stretch your hiking legs or ski a slope. Lazily squat on a blanket on the banks of the Danube for a bit of people watching, take a long bicycle trek to pump your calves up or indulge in a water sport such as stand up paddle boarding, rowing or water skiing. Take a stroll into one of the many cafes and grab a piece of the traditional oldest known cake, Linzer Torte with a steaming hot chocolate whilst relaxing in The Hauptplatz Square, before you meander around the weekend market where trash is someone's treasure. This is when the food adventure starts, as you won't find English menus and the names of most dishes are to say the least, tongue twisters. Try saying "Hascheeknödel mit Krautsalad" (minced meat dumplings with cabbage salad) ten times, before you pull up your lederhosen.
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