Linz - the colorful city on the Rhine
"Why is the Rhine so nicely."
Hardly any other river landscape received so much praise of poets and singers from all over the world like the old "Father Rhine". And who was once here, knows the answer and comes back. On the Middle Rhine - between Koblenz and Bonn opposite the Ahr estuary - is Linz, the colorful city on the Rhine, nestled in a wooded area at the entrance to the Rhine-Westerwald nature park.
Built around 1329 by the Rhine Gate earlier entered traders, craftsmen and sailors of the city. Today it is wide open for the many visitors and guests from around the world. Although in reality even older, "Lincesce" first documented mention in 874. Linz in 1320 received the city rights - and a massive fortification walls with gates which are partially still preserved. Characteristic of Linz and the dreamy angles and lanes are the old town with its town houses from five centuries.
This colorful half-timbered buildings - often richly decorated with carved woodwork - Linz owes its nickname "The colorful city on the Rhine". Discover first hand the middle ages. And you get carried away by the Rhenish cheerfulness and the proverbial hospitality.
|Telephone:||+49 2644 9811 25|
|Fax:||+49 2644 9811 26|
|Street & street No.:||Rathaus am Markt|
|Postcode & City:||53545 Linz / Rhein|