Ars Electronica Centre, Linz, Austria
Our view from the skyloft venue
The Ars Electronica Center is a place of inquiry and discovery, experimentation and exploration, a place that has taken the world of tomorrow as its stage, and that assembles and presents influences from many different ways of thinking and of seeing things. It hosts exhibitions, events and the ARS ELECTRONICA FUTURELAB which constitutes the research- and development-motor of Ars Electronica.
The IIID Traffic & Transport Forum will be hosted in the SkyLoft, a great location overlooking the city and the river Danube.
The Linz Tourist Service has recommended some places to stay:
If you need help finding the perfect place for you to stay or any other information about the city please contact the local tourist services, they will be happy to help.
Linz has its own small airport (Blue Danube Airport) located outside the city. Monday to Saturday there is a bus service which takes about 20 minutes. A taxi costs around €25-30.
Alternately, you can fly to Vienna and catch a direct train from Vienna Airport to Linz, it takes 1:43 h.
Or you fly to Salzburg, the train from Salzburg takes 1:08 h.
Ohter options are detailed on the Linz Tourism website.