My love for the city of Linz was put into my cradle, so to speak. I was born and spent my first years in the steel city. I still live with my family close to Linz, in a green oasis, which is beautifully balancing to my work in the nearby state capital.
From a young age on I was particularly interested in history and geography, especially regarding other countries. I started my career in tourism from bottom up, so to speak: Sales, travel organisation and travel accompaniment at home and abroad followed. Even though rich in impressions and information about other countries, my knowledge about Austria, however, slowly faded. That’s why I graduated in tourism management and completed an education to become a certified tourist guide, the “Austriaguide” in Upper Austria. I addition I also worked as a guide at „voestalpine Stahlwelt“ and required detailed knowledge about steel production and the industrial history of Austria.
Equipped with all these tools, I have been guiding guests through Linz, Upper Austria and nearby states.
A quote by Guy de Maupassant, which means a lot to me and which fits my life attitude
„it is the lives we encounter that make life worth living.“!