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Danube station 32

Linz

River marker km:
2134,200 – 36 – 2134,400 – 6 m
Docking order:
32 m
Bus parking lot to get on/off about 270 m; water/sewage water and power connection in preparation!
Bank:
Left bank
Facilities:
Pontoon Danube Stations
River marker km:
2134,200 – 36 – 2134,400 – 6 m
Docking order:
32 m
Bank:
Left bank
Facilities:
Pontoon Danube Stations
Bus parking lot to get on/off about 270 m; water/sewage water and power connection in preparation!
  • River marker km: 2134,200 – 36 – 2134,400 – 6 m
  • Bank: Left bank
  • Docking order: 32 m
  • Facilities: Pontoon Danube Stations
  • Bus parking lot to get on/off about 270 m; water/sewage water and power connection in preparation!

From the Danube Station No. 32 you have a wonderful view of the stylishly illuminated Lentos, the Brucknerhaus and the old town of Linz. 

 

The Ars Electronic Center can be reached on foot from the Danube station in less than 10 minutes, and it takes about 10-15 minutes to walk to the center of the city.

The Ars Electronica Center (AEC), also known as the “Museum of the Future”, was opened in 1996 and has set itself the goal of making the technologies of future generations tangible in the present. Various directions in art, science and technology are addressed and interwoven. The building was completely remodeled for the 2009 Capital of Culture and has since had over 3,000 m² of exhibition space.

There is a tram station in front of the AEC Museum that takes you comfortably in 1-2 stops to the heart of the old town of Linz.

 

Under no circumstances are buses allowed to drive up to the Danube station on the staircase path or on the cycle path! According to the Shipping Act, suppliers may use the stepped path, but always show consideration for pedestrians, the path must never be blocked!

Plan your route

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Local area

From the Danube Station No. 32 you have a wonderful view of the stylishly illuminated Lentos, the Brucknerhaus and the old town of Linz. The Ars Electronic Center can be reached on foot from the Danube station in less than 10 minutes, and it takes about 10-15 minutes to walk to the center. The Ars Electronica Center (AEC), also known as the “Museum of the Future”, was opened in 1996 and has set itself the goal of making the technologies of future generations tangible in the present. Various directions in art, science and technology are addressed and interwoven. The building was completely renovated for the 2009 Capital of Culture and has since had over 3,000 m² of exhibition space.



To the Linz public transport network

New Busplan - IMPORTANT!

Where we are!

Donau Schiffstationen GmbH
A-3313 Wallsee
Ufer 50, Austria

How to contact us!

F +43 7433 2591-25
T +43 7433 2591

office@donaustationen.at

Mon. - Thur.: 08:00 - 17:00
Fri.: 08:00 - 13:00

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