Today we will visit Linz, another city in Austria.
Linz is the state capital of the Oberösterreich. The city lies on the banks of the Danube and it is known because it has been declared European Capital of Culture in 2009. So about the culture, there is to know!
To know more (to eat, what to eat, where to have fun, acculturate …) continue to read .
Before immersing yourself in the culture, we will start from a good meal. We discover together, which are the typical foods of this region.
- Tomatencremesuppe – is a soup made of tomatoes, so you have to be fan of the tomato to appreciate it seriously!
- Kalbsrahmgulasch – is a meat stew with canederli (gnocchi made by bread).
- Grüner Veltliner – white wine.
- Linzer Augen (eye Linz) – biscuits filled with jam. A sweet that can’t miss at the table during the Christmas season.
- Linzer Torte – think that it is considered the world’s oldest cake. If you want to try this at home, here is a recipe for you. It’s made by flour, butter , egg yolks, lemon zest, cinnamon and lemon juice, and nuts, but are also used walnuts or almonds, covered with ribes jam or lekvar or, alternatively, of lekvar plum, raspberry or apricot jam.
WHERE TO EAT(RESTAURANTS/CAFE’..)
Now you’re probably wondering where to eat all this good foods, here they are.
- Italian House – typical Italian , Mediterranean cuisine.
- Bombay Palace – typical Indiana cuisine.
- Postlingberg Schlossl – typical Austrian, International, European cuisine
- Gelbes Krokodil – typical Austrian, European and vegetarian (we haven’t forgotten you, dear vegetarians) cuisine.
- Josef Linz – is a pub where you eat the typical Austrian , European cuisine.
- Lentos Café – a bar with a charming terrace where you can taste more than 100 wines. Truly a wide choice!
- Traxlmayr – Viennese-style bar with a wide selection of newspapers, magazines and billiards, plus a beautiful terrace.
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