We expected more after reading the reviews. Avoid this unless you have lot of spare time. It's not worth spending the money.
Although this is aimed at children the exhibition of the old main centre of Linz is interesting to all. It is especially good to visit the Grottenbahn when the Christmas Markets are being held. The Fortifications around the Grottenbahn are also interesting built against Napoleon and the dastardly French who changed people from travelling on the correct side of the... More
Grottenbahn is reached by taking the tram from downtown Linz up a pretty steep hill. The trip takes about 20 minutes but is scenic. Upon arrival, it's the last stop, there is great views of Linz and the surrounding area. There is also a church one can visit. Walk around the church and there is Grottenbahn. There is an admission... More
At the summit of Pöstlingberg, this turn-of-the-century Grottenbahn is easily accessible by the tram from the town square. There is a nice walk around and children will enjoy the scenes from various tales like Snowwhite, Cinderella, Rapunzel, Puss in Boots etc etc and where families with small children can go on the dragon train to trundle in a cave past... More
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