Tours on special topics
Set off on the trail of the famous and significant Upper Austrian composer, Anton Bruckner. An Austria Guide accompanies you to the important stations and takes you through Anton Bruckner's life. On the tour, you can also visit the Alter Dom, which houses the only organ of the composer preserved in the original.
The Bruckner Stairway: A must for those new to Bruckner as well as Bruckner lovers
Visit to the Bruckner Stairway in Linz – the memorial site for Anton Bruckner with the unique Bruckner Organ in the Alter Dom (duration approx. 45 minutes)
Groups of 4 persons or fewer: fixed sum of € 10,00 plus fee for the Bruckner guide
Groups of 5 persons or more: € 2,00 per person plus fee for the Bruckner guide
Bruckner tour with Linz life stations
Walk to the most important locations in Anton Bruckner's life with a visit to the Bruckner Stairway and Mariendom (duration approx. 2 hours)
Fee indication for an Austria Guide excl. 20% tax:
foreign Languages: €115.00
Bruckner tour: from his birthplace to his resting place
The Bruckner tour takes you to Ansfelden, Linz and St. Florian, where you follow the trail of Anton Bruckner and learn important details from his life. The highlight of the half-day excursion is a visit to St. Florian's Priory, built in a baroque style (duration approx. 3 hours).
All details exclude the contribution to preserve the Bruckner Stairway memorial of € 2,00 per person. Foreign language prices on request.
Dates: on request
Meeting point: Tourist Information, Hauptplatz
Information & Booking: Directly through a Bruckner guide at www.brucknerstiege.at or via the Linz Guide Service on
Tel. +43 650 2009009
Originally built as a beer and wine cellar, the Limoni tunnels in Linz were expanded to form a kilometre-long air-raid shelter during the Second World War. As part of the tour with a specially trained Austria Guide, it is possible to visit part of the shelter and to find out important background information.
Themed tours with Austria Guides
The Austria Guides offer tours with various themes, such as architecture, music, nature, contemporary history or families in Linz.