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The Weather in Linz
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. July is the warmest month of the year in Linz, with temperatures reaching an average daily maximum of 26°. In contrast, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is April.
Savour rich cuisine and history with a holiday cottage in Linz
The capital of Upper Austria, Linz, is known for its charming old town, rich culture, and lush surroundings. Stay in one of its holiday lettings to experience everything the city has to offer.
Experience classic Austrian cuisine
The streets of Linz are lined with guesthouses, cafés, and beer gardens, where you can experience the best of Austria's rich food culture. Try locally sourced roast pork dishes, traditionally cooked schnitzel, and sumptuous strudel at the historic Klosterhof, or indulge in a coffee at Café Traxlmayr. Don't leave without tasting Linzertorte, a traditional pastry filled with jam and said to be the oldest cake in the world.
A city filled with culture
Museums and concert venues line the banks of the Danube. Head to Ars Electronica Center to discover interactive exhibitions on technology, or admire modern and contemporary paintings, sculptures, and photography at the Lentos Art Museum. Afterwards, you can catch a classical music concert at the Brucknerhaus. No trip to Linz is complete without a visit to Pöstlingberg Basilica, a pilgrimage church overlooking the city and reached with the iconic Pöstlingbergbahn mountain tram.
Out and about
Linz is the ideal base for exploring this culture-rich area of central Europe. Vienna, Austria's museum-filled capital, is just 1.5 hours away by train, as is Salzburg, Mozart's birthplace. You can also get a shuttle to Český Krumlov, a quaint town in the Czech Republic, which is just over an hour away. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it's known for its imposing castle, baroque buildings, and well-preserved old town.
Linz is also well-placed for visiting the Salzkammergut, Austria's stunning lake district. Its crowning glory is Hallstatt, thought to be the oldest inhabited village in Europe. Set on the shores of Hallstätter See and surrounded by mountains, it's as picturesque as it is historic.
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