Check out these 13 free things to do in Upper Austria and Linz. Enjoy wonderful nature with amazing landscapes and visit places with a long and rich history.
Visit a free beach at Mondsee in Upper Austria and enjoy this magnificent lake with clear water in the middle of the Austrian Alps.
2. Prandegg Castle Ruin
Prandegg Castle Ruin is the second largest castle in Upper Austria and offers a fantastic panoramic view of the Mühlviertel.
3. Pöstlingberg Church
The Postlingberg Church Linz is probably the only church in the world that had military camouflage patterns painted on its walls.
4. Old Cathedral Linz
The Old Cathedral in Linz is a baroque jewel in the city center of Linz and has two thematic focal points: the high altar and the pulpit.
5. New Cathedral Linz
With a capacity of up to 20.000 people, the New Cathedral Linz - also called Mariendom - is the largest church in Austria.
6. Old Town Hall Linz
The Old Town Hall Linz is the former town hall of Linz in the district of Innere Stadt. It is located on the main square near Rathausgasse.
7. Landhaus Linz
The Landhaus in Linz is one of the remarkable architectural jewels of Linz. The wonderful courtyard with its fountain has a very Italian flair.
8. Donaupark Linz
The Donaupark in Linz , popularly known as the 'Donaulände', is a public park located at the southern bank of the Danube.
9. Carmelite Church Linz
The Roman Catholic Carmelite Church in Linz is small but beautiful. Visit the baroque sanctuary and take a break from the hustle and bustle in the city!
10. Franz Josef Observatory
After climbing the Franz-Josef-Observatory you will be rewarded with a magnificent view over Linz, the Danube, Urfahr and the Pöstlingberg.
11. Marienwarte Wels
The Marienwarte in Wels is a 23 meter high observation tower that offers a magnificent view of the city of Wels, the Alps, and the Mühlviertel.
12. Martinskirche Linz
The Martinskirche (St. Martin's Church) in Linz was long considered the oldest church in Austria. The first written mention dates to the year 799.
13. Mozarthouse in Linz
Famous Austrian composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart resided in this three-storey Rennaissance building from the second half of the 16th century in 1783.
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