Photo (c) Detlev Seyb



Due to its central location, Linz can easily be reached by bus, train, and car.

Regattastrasse 1
4100 Ottensheim

Long-distance Traffic

Thanks to the Central Train Station located in the centre of the city, Linz is perfectly connected to long-distance traffic. Further information and timetables can be found here.

Local Transport

The use of public transport is included when booking accommodation through the Organising Committee.

Bus Line 200

The bus line 200 operates between Central Train Station Linz (Linz Hauptbahnhof – Bus Terminal) and Ottensheim Marktplatz.

The regatta venue lies within walking distance from Ottensheim Marktplatz:

Bus Lines 230/231 and Train

Also, there is public transport to Ottensheim train station (Ottensheim Bahnhof): either by train or bus lines 230 and 231 in direction "Rohrbach"

Information about all public transport possibilities can be found here.


Did you know that Ottensheim is located directly at the Danube Cycle Path and therefore perfect to reach by bike?

To transport your bike from Linz to the venue, please take the train from "Linz/Donau Urfahr Bahnhof" to "Ottensheim Bahnhof" (further information can be found here) or the "Danubebus" for the waterway connection.

Also, we provide a bike rental on-site.


A1 Westautobahn (motorway)
B127 (main road) westward direction OTTENSHEIM


Parking areas for private cars are in walking distance to the venue (approx. 10 min). Parking tickets can be purchased on-site for € 8.- per day. Only cash payment possible!

Compensation of CO2 Emissions

Compensation means that CO₂ emissions can be offset by a climate protection project somewhere else in the world.

The Paris Climate Agreement aims at climate neutrality by 2050, that means a balance between additional CO₂ emissions and their depletion in sinks - an ambitious goal. Therefore, it is absolutely essential to use all possible instruments that lead to CO₂ reduction.

Offsetting emissions begins whenever air or car travel is unavoidable. Consumers can offset unavoidable CO₂ emissions by paying for them. Emissions therefore gain a certain price.

Compensation has several positive effects. On the one hand, it raises consumers’ awareness of their activities and the emissions they generate. On the other hand, compensation projects have a positive effect on sustainable development in partnership countries, strengthening local sustainability pathways.

Start your project here.