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Hotel Prielmayerhof Star Rating 4        
Weissenwolffstrasse 33

In an imposing modern building off the A7 motorway, this polished downtown hotel is 2.1 km from local history at the Schlossmuseum Linz and 2.5 km from Linz train station.
Arcotel Nike Star Rating 4        
Untere Donaulände 9

Set on the grassy banks of the Danube river and overlooking Pöstlingberg, this upscale hotel in an imposing modern building is a 6-minute walk from LENTOS Kunstmuseum Linz.Featuring city or river vies, the bright, casual rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars. Suites add marble bathrooms, DVD players and living areas, while upgraded themed suites feature coffee machines and rainfall showerheads.
Austria Classic Hotel Wolfinger Star Rating 3        
Hauptplatz 19

This relaxed hotel in a 15th-century building is a 4-minute walk from the Linz State Theatre, a 6-minute walk from the nearest bus stop and 10 minutes on foot from the Ars Electronica Center.The casual rooms offer antique furnishings, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs with satellite channels, and desks. They also feature chandeliers, and living areas with sofas.
Hotel Lokomotive Star Rating 3        
Weingartshofstrasse 40

A 3-minute walk from Linz Hauptbahnhof station, this modest, family-run hotel is also 16 minutes' walk from Linz Mariendom (New Cathedral).The down-to-earth, warmly decorated rooms come with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Some sleep up to 4 people.
Hotel Kolping Star Rating 3        
Gesellenhausstrasse 7

Located in the center of the city near a pedestrian zone, this modern hotel is less than 1 km from Linz train station and 2 km from the bike path along the Danube river.The straightforward rooms are equipped with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges, plus desks and sitting areas. Kids 6 and under stay with parents at no additional charge.
Ibis Linz City Star Rating 3        
Kaerntner Strasse 18-20

A 2-minute walk from Linz/Donau Hauptbahnhof train station, this contemporary budget hotel with an atrium lobby is 2.6 km from the technology exhibits at The Ars Electronica Center and 2.3 km from the Lentos Art Museum.
Austria Trend Hotel Schillerpark Linz Star Rating 4        
Rainerstrasse 2-4, Schillerplatz

Opposite Schillerpark, this modern, downtown hotel is a 2-minute walk from a tram stop and a 13-minute stroll from Landestheater Linz.The straightforward rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, minibars and park or courtyard views. Executive rooms add nonalcoholic minibars, welcome drink vouchers and designer toiletries.
Courtyard by Marriott Linz Star Rating 4        
Europaplatz 2

Set 1.5 km from Linz train station, this straightforward hotel lies 1.8 km from Brucknerhaus concert hall and 2.
Spitz Hotel Star Rating 4        
Fiedlerstrasse 6

A 2-minute walk from Bernaschekpark, this sleek, contemporary hotel is a 4-minute walk from the Danube River and a 15-minute walk from the 1974 Brucknerhaus concert hall.Featuring modern artwork, the bright, eclectic rooms offer free Wi-Fi-, flat-screen TVs and minibars, plus tea and coffeemakers. Some have glass-enclosed bathrooms.
Ibis Styles Linz Star Rating 3        
Wankmuellerhofstrasse 37

Off the A7 motorway, this contemporary hotel in a building with colorful accents is 2.9 km from the 19th-century New Cathedral and 3.4 km from Lentos Art Museum.
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The city of Linz is in northeastern Austria. Linz, which is crossed by the river Danube, is the capital of the state of Upper Austria. We recommend that you visit the Hauptplatz, the city's main square, which has a Baroque style column in its centre, in honour of the holy trinity. The old town hall that dates back to the 16th century and Mozart's house, where the celebrated musician composed the Linz symphony, are also worth seeing. You could also take a look at St Martin's Church, which possesses traces of the 18th century, and the Linz Cathedral, the largest in Austria. There are various ways to move around the city but the most traditional are travelling on the mini train, the Linz City Express, which does numerous different tours along the banks of the Danube and taking the impressive mountain train, the P