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The third largest city and the largest port of Austria used to be a place of heavy and steel industry, but in recent decades it has become a cultural city where traditional historic sights with modern architecture mix, and this attracts visitors from around the world. This place is also world-famous thanks to its shopping classes and even supposedly one of the oldest confectionery products in the world, the Linz cake.
What to visit in Linz?
Modern and old architecture side by side
Linz has become a stylish cultural city in recent years, blending traditional historic sights with modern architecture, and this admirable mix attracts visitors from all over the world. Representative of history is the Chateau of Linz from the 17th century, an example of modern architecture is the Ars Electronica Center building with the Museum of the Future.
The recipe for the legendary Linzertorte is the oldest one in the world. But his name is filled with lots of mysteries. Even the oldest confectionery in Linz does not know where it comes from. Although there are several theories, no one knows the definitive version. The story of Linzertorte, which is also called the griddle cake, dates back to the 17th century, when one rich countess wrote a first recipe in her cookbook.
The lake Weikerlsee is located near Linz and was built in the 21st century purely as a bathing area. The lake is divided by the bridge with a viewing platform that invites you to sunbathe. Come and unwind from the city's hustle and bustle to the Weikerlsee and enjoy the beauty of the local countryside.