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Location, Climate:
Linz has earned the nickname “Danube City” because of its location on the south banks of the River Danube. This lovely city lies on the northern part of Central Austria and near the border of the Czech Republic. The climate of Linz is temperate with four distinct seasons. Tourists start arriving in Linz in May so make discount hotel reservations in advance to get the best deals in discount hotels. Book online to get huge discount on room rates and secured reservations.

Where to Stay:
If you are looking for an affordable accommodation that would welcome even your favorite furry friend, then the best choice is the Steigenberger Maxx Linz Hotel. This 3-star hotel is located right in the city center and allows pets to stay with their master. Get closer to all the attractions in Linz by staying at the Hotel Am Domplatz. This 4-star hotel is perfectly situated beside the St. Mary's Cathedral and features first-class amenities.

Brief History:
Linz started to grow its population during the 15th century and gained its city rights around 1424. A cooperative was formed in 1489 and Linz was later on occupied by Holy Roman Emperor Frederick III. His presence made Linz an important city during the Roman period. After four years, Frederick III passed away and stripped the city off its status handing over the mantle to Vienna.

Events, Landmarks, Activities:
Listen to the sound of the future by attending the Ars Electronica Festival in September. This one-of-a-kind music festival features a unique combination of cyber art and computerized music. If you are into classical music more, then make sure to watch the Bruckner Festival also held in September and highlights the music of highly-acclaimed Austrian composer Anton Bruckner. There are several architectural treasures in Linz that are worth seeing including the Old Cathedral, New Cathedral, Wallfahrtsbasilika and Brucknerhaus. The perfect family day out would consist of a trip to the Linz Zoo and Botanical Gardens. Must-see museums include the Museum of the Future, Castle Museum, Lentos Museum of Modern Art and Museum of the City of Linz.

The most used public transports in Linz are the buses and trams which cover the whole city. Purchase a four-stop ticket sold at any automated ticket machines to get discount on buses and trams. Most visitors prefer riding the sightseeing bus or taking a cruise along the beautiful River Danube. Another great option is by renting a bicycle at the train station to explore the outskirts of Linz.

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