Ansfelden is a town in the Austrian state of Upper Austria. The rivers Traun and Krems run through the municipality. The town is perhaps best known for being the birthplace of the composer and organist Anton Bruckner.
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4.5 based on 61 reviews
Through the times and centuries, St. Florian is a place with a perfect harmony between faith, art and music. Just a few minutes from the city of Linz, you are here in between the nature. Be our guest, enjoy the lovely and peaceful guest-rooms. Use the time for a conversation with canons, go on a hike, or simply relax and let the daily routine behind you. The Canons Regular of St. Augustine's are looking forward to seeing you and wish you a pleasant and blessed stay in St. Florian!
While on a concert tour, I thoroughly enjoyed the tour of this wonderful abbey. In fact, in some respects, this is more impressive and with a more personable tour than at Melk. If you have an interest in Romantic period symphonic music, then the very strong Bruckner connection is quite special. Our guide was absolutely outstanding, too.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Plus City has just been extended and looks gorgeous.It has a huge amount of shops and places to eat, so if this is your thing, you will love it!
4.5 based on 317 reviews
We were in Linz for the Day on a guided tour in the medieval area and this church kept beckoning me as its so high above the houses. Its about 10-15 mins walk from teh town square which is nice as there are plenty of shops and cafes on route.
The Cathedral is undergoing significant renovations and so there were no seats in it and we could not get to the alter. Having said that the sheer scale of the place is what grabs you - the church is Gothic in style so there are beautiful stained glass windows and large columns throughout the church to support the roof that towers overhead
Building started in 1862 and finished in 1924. There were signs for tours. but when i went there was only a handful of tourists and the builders in the space so so it seemed so vast - hard to imaging 20,000 people in it and what that must sound like in a service
Well worth a visit if you are in Linz
4 based on 6 reviews
A tour of the libary, monastery, church and tombs, including the sarcophagus of the famous composer Anton Bruckner. Went on the guided tour and was issued with the audio guides in the english language. We were told to look out for the number of the button to push which we would see at various points along the way, but although we looked, we could never see these numbers and we were randomly pushing the buttons to see whether they contained the correct information for that particular part of the building.
The tour was conducted in the german language and we noticed that the tour guide seemed to be talking extensively to the group of people, but our audio translation only lasted a few minutes and we were left waiting for the guide to finish talking, wishing we could understand what she was saying. It was obvious that those who understood German were getting far more interesting facts than those with audio guides.
Afterwards, we listened to the famous organ in the church for half-an-hour which was very good.
4.5 based on 150 reviews
Planned on an hour. Stayed almost 3!
The museum offers great city views as you enter. Is wonderfully organized on 4 floors all accessable for handicapped. Everything from nature, history, coins, crafts. Something for everyone including a piano owned by Beethoven.
A must see and free for seniors.
4 based on 4 reviews
Die Fischteiche mitten in St. Florian sind der ideale Ausflug für Familien und abenteuerlustige Nachwuchsangler; das große Areal lädt aber auch zum spazieren oder zum chillen ein ...
4.5 based on 472 reviews
This is a very special place with so many interesting innovations. Great for those interested in science and technology. Particularly perfect for kids! I would really recommend for everyone for a fun and interesting day out. There is also a great cafe with perfect views of the river on the top floor.
4.5 based on 566 reviews
One of Austria's largest enclosed squares is an excellent starting point for your exploration of Linz. Before leaving, check out the Holy Trinity Column completed in 1723 to commemorate the town’s deliverance from war, fire and plague.
All three tram lines pass through the Hauptplatz. It is also the starting point for the tram which travels up to Postlingberg (during summer vintage tram cars are in service).
4.5 based on 111 reviews
During our visit to Linz, we entered the Old Cathedral (Alter Dom), also called the Church of Ignatius, built in the 1600s in Baroque style. We were allowed to take photographs within this beautiful church.
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