Linz lies on the bank of the Danube, where the river meets with the river Traun. It is the third largest city of Austria considering population. More than half of Linz are green belt areas, and parks. The centre saved its baroque style to this day, and it is home to various religious buildings such as the biggest church of Austria the Maria-Dome. Thinking about the size of the city, one might consider renting a car to get from one district to the others since there are nine of them. In the heart of the city lies the Hauptplatz on which there was no major change since the 1200s. In the middle of the square there is the holy trinity statue bordered by the Rathaus and the Feichtingerhaus. These are baroque buildings renovated to still match the Hauptplatz’s style and mood. The Neuer Dom (Maria-Dome) and the Alter Dom are the perfect representation of the ambivalence that can be found in the city. The Alter Dom is a baroque church with a compelling organ inside it. The Neuer Dom is a neo-gothic church that can accommodate 20 000 people, which makes it the biggest church in Austria. Driving around town you can also see the Nibelung-bridge which has the most imposing view at night when the lights are on and you can marvel at it and also its surroundings. Rising above Linz there is the Pöstlinberg which is a mountain, with a church on top of it. It is also essential to rent a car if you wish to save valuable minutes when going up to the chapel, since it is quite a walk if you decide to go on foot.