Park Inn Linz

Hessenplatz 18, Linz, 4020, Austria
Park Inn by Radisson Linz
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DRINKING

by ALPARKER

A GROUP OF ENGLISHMEN WILL BE IN LINZ FRO 5 DAYS FROM 8TH JUNE, WE WILL BE ENJOYING LOCAL HOSPITALITY AND WOULD LIKE TO KNOW OF ANY BARS THAT WILL BE SERVING REASONABLY PRICED FOOD IN THE EVENINGS FOR A GROUP OF 16 VERY WELL BEHAVED FOOTBALL FANS. HOW MUCH IS THE BEER IN LINZ, AND CAN I BUY A GUINNESS.
THANKYOU

Re: DRINKING

by globetrott

there is quite a popular and large Irish Pub in Linz, on Hessenplatz and I cannot imagine that they would not have a Guinness
b.t.w. Capital letters in a forum are considdered to be screaming ! ...and you are trying to tell us you are "well behaved" Football fans ?? ;-)

Re: DRINKING

by Gerald-aut

Hi guys,
yes, there are several pubs along the Landstrasse.
If you like to try some good austrian food, go to Klosterhof (also at Landstrasse).
But if you like Guiness, you are right at Hessenplatz at Irish Pub, but it is worth to try some austrian beer!

Travel Tips for Linz

The Blue Danube

by seamandrew

The Danube River ranks at the top of my list of favorite things about Linz. Primarily because of the beauty and serenity the river adds to this bustling city, but also because of the significance of the river to the city. Without the Danube, there would most certainly never had been a Linz. The Danube has served the city of Linz as a source of water, a method of transportation, and for shipping which was a boom to the industry. Today, it continues to do all of these, only to much less a degree than it once did. Today, tourism is probably the most important role it plays in the Linzer economy, but steel can still be seen carried down and up the river on barges, boats travel up and down the river deposting travelers, and the water is also used to produce hydroelectric power. With my brother-in-law and his family living in Linz, I have plenty of great memories and will certainly accumulate more and more with each visit. I suppose the best are the time spent with my wife and her family walking along the Danube or walking through the city.

Poestlingberg

by turnip2000

Take the historical train up the one "big" hill in Linz and enjoy the view and a small zoo. The Austrians went crazy for joy when they see the handful of Nutria which was a bit surprising for me because Nutria are big nasty rats in Louisiana swamps and we hate them with a passion. I won't tell you what I wanted to do when I saw them in case there are some PETA folk reading this.....I digress.....It is a nice time...there is a nice baroque pilgrimage church built in the 1700s and a cafe as well.....kids seem to like taking the "bahn" which was the steepest in the world at the time it was built

The Nibelungen Brücke

by seamandrew

The Nibelungen Brücke (bridge) is the main bridge connecting the South bank of Linz to the North bank. It is used by cars and by the trams. Because of it's relatively low height, most ships that travel the Danube day in and day out are designed so that they are vertically inclined.

The infamous Adolf Hitler lived in Linz at one point during his teenage years. Perhaps, this is why he had such large plans for the city. Apparently, the only thing he ever did build was the Nibelungen Brücke over the Danube river. I'm not sure why the bridge got it's name, but I would imagine it has something to do with Fritz Lang's famous silent film of the same name.

The Nibelungen Brücke is not very impressive to look at, but it's historical significance and importance to the Linz transportation infrastructure are what make it worth seeing. During World War II, this bridge marked the division between the Russian and American zones and each country had their respective checkpoint on either side of the bridge.

Recently there have been talks about bulding a second bridge over the Danube (a bit west of the Nibelungen Brücke) to help avoid congestion and direct non-Linz bound traffic out of the city center. As far as I can tell, these plans are either still in the works or no longer in development. You'll have to accept the Nibelungen Brücke as your best place to photograph the Danube and Linz.

Linz.What a lovely city!

by shakilalee

"Town like city."

It's my first time to austria.My fiance showed me his hometown Linz.It's the third biggest city in Austria.It's not tourist as vienna,not crowded as vienna.Roads here are narrower and not many cars.It's more peaceful and more town like.Most parts in this city are old style,some parts are more new style.

"Love birds"

We walked along the river and self- took pictures.The Daniel river is so clean and bluish.Seagulls stand in a low along the river bank.

"Christmas days"

It's very quiet during christmas.Here is very peaceful and i felt i was walking in the history.

Linz by Chamsa

by Chamsa

Linz seems an interesting city, unfortunately I had just one hour to spend. So I went to the city centre and visited the wonderful cathedral in Gothic Revival style. Next time I will definitely seek other cultural spots to provide the VT community with a variety of “must see activities”. I guess there must be more than this omnipresent Poestlingberg, I guess.

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