An easy and convenient booking on the Budapest to Linz bus will take you to the third largest city in Austria, as well as the largest port on the renowned River Danube, Linz. It has a population of about 200,000 that has a great pride in their city, shown by it being one of the more environmentally-friendly locations in the country. Your journey by bus from Budapest to Linz is a distance of 433 kilometers, or 269 miles and will give you the opportunity to view some magnificent and contrasting scenery.
The people of Linz benefit from a high standard of living and with there being so many things to enjoy in the city, it is a popular place for visitors as well as the locals. Your time spent on the Budapest to Linz bus gives you the opportunity to either relax in your comfortable seat and plan your itinerary in Linz, or gain a perception of the country and its people through the constantly changing scenery.
The city of Linz has a history that has seen fluctuating fortunes. It began as a Roman settlement in the first century AD and then developed into an influential centre of trading. In the late 1400’s it was the primary city in the dominant Habsburg Dynasty. If you have brochures relating to Linz, your relaxation time on the bus from Budapest to Linz could be ideal to gain further insight into this fascinating city.
One of the many places of interest to consider experiencing during your visit to this city, is the Linz Castle and its medieval art collection. As you are safely carried towards your destination by the Budapest to Linz bus you have time to plan and anticipate the sights to see, restaurants to try, as well as learning and experiencing another part of world history.
Your Linz adventure when you arrive on the bus from Budapest to Linz would not be complete without visiting the oldest church in Austria; St Martin’s Church. It was built under the order of Charlemagne and will give you an impression into the history of the city. The church was first documented in 799 AD and has been able to retain a large part of its ancient origins.
Notable composer Anton Bruckner was born in Linz and if you enjoy classical music, then attending a performance at the Linz Austria Brucknerhaus concert hall will provide a memorable experience.