Linz from above – Impressions from Höhenrausch 2016

Linz from above

I already told you about my move to the Upper Austrian capital city Linz some time ago. I absolutely love living in Linz, even though I am on the other side of the world right now. There are so many amazing possibilities and events to attend. I call Linz my home already but maybe that's to do with my charming boyfriend also? Who knows? 😉

What is Höhenrausch?

The event, with the well-sounding name Höhenrausch, is held from the end of May until mid October and and showcasts various interesting art projects. What's so special about it? Höhenrausch takes you up on the roofs in Linz.

This years theme is Fremde Engel – in all its facets: from classic church angels to little innocents and abstract angels. Want to know more about angels? Then do not miss the climb with the Engels-ABC.

Starting point is the OK-Platz. The walk leads through adjacent buildings all the way up to the roofs. The program doesn't only cater for kids but for adults too. Be it a Flying Fox (which I was kind of disappointed in. It's not a real Flying Fox, it's more like slow abseiling thing), a modern hall of mirrors which shows Linz from different angles, a climbing crag, a Fallen Angel in the Ursulinenkirche and of course the Keine Sorgen Turm. I noticed the Keine Sorgen Turm back in December and have really wanted to see it since. You can only visit it if you take the full tour but the view is definitely worth it.

A few impressions from our visit

Höhenrausch Linz
Perfect start: A welcome with wings
Höhenrausch Linz
Fallen Angel in the Ursulinenkirche
Ohne Sorgen Turm Linz
Ohne Sorgen Turm Linz
Höhenrausch Linz Spiegel
Hall of mirrors
Höhenrausch Linz Spiegel
Can you tell who this is??

Höhenrausch Linz

Höhenrausch Linz Fallen Angel
Fallen Angel

Have you visited Höhenrausch this year? Did you like it? What was your highlight? Leave your thoughts in the comment section below – and let me know if you want me to tell you more about Linz.

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