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How to Reach

By Air

The airport "Blue Danube" Horsching is near.The four districts are accessible to each other and with the center of the four lines of the "City Bus" and without trouble.

By Train

There are rail connections to the Pyhrnbahn (Linz, Graz) and the Western Railway (Linz and Salzburg).

By Road

The city is on the West Autobahn A 1 and the Welser motorway A 25 connecting points on the Ansfelden or Traun achieved.Other important roads are the Wiener Strabe (B 1) and the Kremstal road (B 139).A major traffic relief for the center opened in 1999, brought the bypass Traun.

By Bus

In addition, Traun with Linz and Linz-Land by the buses of William Welser Verkehrsbetriebe Traun connected.Similarly the line serves 43 of the Linz trolleybus the city.The trolley, all buses and the city bus is on the main square Trauner linked.

Key places to visit
Trauner Stadium, Traun Castle, Roman Catholic Parish Church, Farmers market, Traunauradweg


Places to Visit

Trauner Stadium

The stadium's Trauner one track the stadium of the city of Traun, the Austrian province of Upper Austria, which was built in 1979.The 1,200 seats in the grandstands are covered.The standing (concrete steps) in the round take a maximum of 5500 spectators.The men's fashion arena has an athletics running track, floodlights and scoreboard.Adjacent is a large festival grounds for events such as once a year held Trauner fair.There are also a sports hall and some adjacent locations.The first football team of the Linzer ASK used the stadium several times during his time as second division 2004th The Linz LASK -amateurs, the stadium currently serves as a home in Upper Austria league.The number of football clubs in the city such as the SV Traun wear their home games on smaller pitches.2006 in the stadium was a U-21 national team match between Austria and Germany fought.Furthermore the menswear arena is the home of American football clubs ASKO Steel Traun and the rugby club first ORSC Linz.Similarly in recent years national handball games played there.

Traun Castle

The castle Traun is a palace complex in the Upper Austrian town of Traun.The original fortification may exist since 11 Century to secure data do not exist however.According to legend the castle was Wülflinger of Abensperg the second son of the Earl of Babo Abensperg built.She was originally from a moat surrounded the meantime however was filled.In the 16th Century the castle was rebuilt into a castle.The castle is now used for cultural events as well as a local history museum is housed in the building.The castle is located since 11 Century still owned by the Earl family Abensperg-Traun the building was leased to the city.

Roman Catholic Parish Church

The church in the center of Traun was built in the Gothic Revival style and opened in 1890.The architect was Raymond Jeblinger, later in Freiburg Cathedral architect.The vicar general of Traun is dean of Upper Austria, Franz Wild.

Farmers market

Every Friday afternoon in the pedestrian area of the former (Linzer Strabe) farmers market is held with regional specialties is an attraction for the population and the environment Traun.On 3 Saturday in August, the city the popular "Trauner-Vinum" instead which present the best winemakers in Austria and pour their best wines.Every year in September, the Trauner-Mass in the hall of the sports center and the parking lot and the lawn instead of south of the stadium.


From the western city boundary to the railway bridge which is Traun along the shore of a paved bike path, accompanied by the railway bridge leaves the bike path that Traunufer and leads a few hundred yards north, parallel to the river to the eastern city limits, then there is the further possibility to Linz to drive.To the west you can go to Marchtrenk and beyond.This route is also used by many walkers, hikers, joggers and other athletes like recreational uses as it is with many route options within the Traun an ideal recreational area of the city.

Right Time to Visit

August - December
January - April


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