Linz is known as an international creative city of industry and culture – nestled in a beautiful natural landscape by the Danube with more than 60 event locations.
Linz was the European Capital of Culture in 2009 and the UNESCO City of Media Arts. Today, Linz excelently combines industry, culture and nature.
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Roughly 1.200 congresses and conventions were recorded in 2014 in Upper Austria. Linz as the centre of the 2nd largest conurbation in the Republic of Austria and its notable exporting companies such as Rosenbauer and MAN ensures a strong economic area and knowhow.
Along with Blue Meeting®, under the slogan “Linz.change(d),” Linz has been supporting organisers at successful conventions on the Danube.
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Linz is a successful cultural city with a strong economy. Two-thirds of the municipal area is green.
Convention and business modules provide great overall solutions – 100 % cost transparency at point zero of planning.
More value for your event – As licence takers, they are authorized to certify meetings and events carried out in Linz.
Located at the intersection of east-west and north-south. Linz can be reached quickly by train, plane and car.
Linz Labyrinth – shopping in exquisite boutiques, innovative gift shops and creative fashion, jewellery and antique shops but also culinary delights. Away from the well-known shopping locations, Linz offers special shops where you can find something unusual and rare. Linz Labyrinth is a route through narrow passages and backstreets to the most extraordinary places in Linz. www.linzlabyrinth.at
Höhenrausch: Giving you wings
The course above roofs of Linz invites you to let yourself fly. Change your perspective, broaden your view and enjoy modern art outdoors for a change. www.hoehenrausch.at/en
An innovative setting for your event is the Ars Electronica Center: museum, R&D facility, educational institution and event venue all in one! The Ars Electronica Center with an individual programming LED-façade will fascinate you with extraordinary architecture by the Danube. The Deep Space 3D projection room, with its images of 16 x 9 metres, draws you into captivating 2D and 3D visual worlds. Whether great works from the history of art, space travel, journeys of discovery in the Nanoworld, or a live concert is what you’ve come to behold www.aec.at/center/en.