Hire a hired car at Linz Airport (LNZ) simply and conveniently before you arrive in Linz. The airport is also known as Blue Danube Airport Linz. On our website you can compare many different offers of our partners and find the best deal for you. No matter if you are looking for a sports car, SUV, family car or a small car. With us there is something for everyone, because we can offer the largest selection of vehicles at the rental location airport. Hire your hired car from home and pick it up after your arrival at Linz Airport. Your hired car will be ready for you.
In spring/autumn it is worthwhile to hire a hired car and drive around Linz to explore the surroundings. On the Pöstlingsberg the church of the same name is enthroned high above Linz. The pilgrimage church with its white facade in baroque style is considered the city's landmark. It has a striking double tower and is therefore visible from far away. The mountain on the left bank of the Danube has even more to offer: From the viewing platform on its top you can let your gaze wander over the entire city. The Zoo Linz also extends along the mountain slope. Another popular attraction of the Pöstlingberg is the Grotto Railway Linz. This is a round trip through a fantastic fairy tale world, which inspires young and old. It is best to park your hired car at the foot of the mountain and enjoy the view while you ride up the mountain with the Pöstlingbergbahn. Thanks to its varied recreational offerings, the Pöstlingsberg is one of the most important excursion destinations in Linz and is known throughout Austria.
Start your trip with a hired car at Linz airport. Due to its central location in Upper Austria, you will be in the center of Linz in less than 20 minutes with your hired car. The airport is also easily accessible from all sides via the B133, A1 and A7. In Linz itself there is a lot to explore with your hired car. For example, visit the Ars Electronica Center, also known as the Museum of the Future. Park your hired car conveniently in the underground car park Neues Rathaus or in the main square underground car park Linz on the opposite side of the Danube and stroll leisurely across the bridge to the museum. This is guaranteed to take you no longer than 5 minutes.
An excellently developed network of freeways, expressways and highways connects Austria with all its neighboring countries. All main border crossings are open day and night. The road traffic regulations and traffic signs in Austria generally correspond to those of the other European countries. A foreign driving license entitles the holder to drive a motor vehicle in Austria for one year, driving licenses from all EEA and EU member states are recognized in Austria.
Travelers from other countries need an international driver's license if there is no agreement with their home country. Otherwise, a German translation of the national driver's license is sufficient (information about this can be obtained from your local automobile club). If you are not familiar with the maximum speeds in Austria, please follow the instructions below, otherwise definitely follow the traffic signs.
On Austrian freeways and highways, the escape route has been mandatory since January 1, 2012. This is a lane between the individual lanes that must be created by the road users in case of traffic jams or stagnant traffic in order to enable rapid progress for emergency vehicles. The rescue lane may only be used by the police, fire brigade, rescue services, road and breakdown services. Illegal use of the rescue lane is a punishable offence!