Enns is a city in the Austrian state of Upper Austria, located 281 m above sea level on the river Enns, which forms the border to the state of Lower Austria.
Enns was one of the first places in Austria to receive town privileges. The town charter dates to April 22, 1212, the document is displayed at the local museum. The date is also depicted at the City Tower, the landmark of Enns.
Enns extends for 7.5 km from north to south and 8.6 km from West to East. Its total area is 34.3 km², of which 12.8 % are covered with forest, and 64.1% are used for agriculture.