Arriving in Linz
Driving from the vicinity of Salzburg or Vienna
Westautobahn A1, Exit Linz/Zentrum
Driving from the vicinity of Prague/Freistadt
Mühlkreisautobahn A7, Exit Linz/Hafenstraße
Driving from the vicinity of Regensburg/Passau
Innkreisautobahn A8 to A1, Exit Linz/Zentrum; or toll-free along the Danube on Route B127
- Linz Tourismus
- CIty Map
- Westbus from Graz, Klagenfurt, Budweis, Munich and Prague
- Eurolines throughout Europa
Linz’s main train station (Hauptbahnhof) is located downtown. It offers convenient connections to all modes of public transit.
For low-fare train tickets to Linz, check out:
- Sparschiene (within Austria)
- Europa Spezial (from Germany)
- Sparbillett Österreich (from Switzerland)
Blue Danube Airport is located on the outskirts of town, about a 20-minute drive to downtown. Bus, shuttle bus and train service is available.
Non-stop flights to Linz originate in Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, London, Salzburg and Vienna.
Danube cruise ship via Passau or via Vienna/Krems to Linz; pier located downtown.
Timetable and Information
Along the Danube by Bicycle or on Foot
Public Transit – LINZ AG Linien
Please purchase a ticket before boarding from vending machines at stops, at many tobacconist shops (Tabaktrafik), at the Tourist Information Office on the Main Square (Hauptplatz) or at the LINZ AG Linien ticket office.
All tickets must also be validated at the vending machine at the stop before boarding. Kids age 6 and over must have a ticket; kids under age 15 are entitled to a discount.
Maxi € 4,00 (24-hour ticket for adults)
Midi € 2,00 (Long-range ticket for adults or 24-hour ticket for kids)
Mini € 1,00 (Short-range ticket for adults or single-ride ticket for kids)
LINZ AG Linien ticket office, Hauptplatz 34
Tel. +43 732 3400 7000, www.linzag.at