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Donauradweg © WGD Donau Oberösterreich Tourismus GmbH/CMVisuals
© Donauradweg © WGD Donau Oberösterreich Tourismus GmbH/CMVisuals
Donauradweg © WGD Donau Oberösterreich Tourismus GmbH/CMVisuals

Mobility along the Danube Cycle Path

How do I get to the Danube Cycle Path? Everything about arrival, bike transport and luggage service can be found here:

Arrival

 

Donauuferbahn

On the Donauuferbahn, the same train sets with a bicycle capacity of 10 bicycle parking spaces per set are always in operation. Exceptions are the trains 6381 (Linz from 16:08) and 6374 (Grein-Bad Kreuzen from 06:01) from Mon to Fri when working day, these run with a shuttle train with 7 bicycle parking spaces in each driving trailer.

On the website you will find the current tariff information for bicycle transport (oebb.at).

To the timetable

You are tired from the day before or the weather is not optimal, in short, you are looking for an alternative to the bike? Alternatives by train, boat or personal shuttle:

 

Sections of the Danube Cycle Path can be tackled by train and you can also return to the starting point of your Danube Cycle Path tour by public transport. The Donauuferbahn takes its guests comfortably to the Danube towns on the left bank of the Strudengau or the Mühlkreisbahn from Linz to the Mühlviertel.

www.oebb.at

 

In the regional trains from Linz to Passau, ambitious cyclists have enough space to take their bicycles along. On each of these trains, 10-20 bicycles can be taken along in designated bicycle parking facilities.

More info

 

With the Einfach-Raus ticket of ÖBB (group ticket for 2-5 persons) many possibilities are open. If you want to take your bike with you, the Einfach-Raus-Radticket also offers an interesting solution.

Einfach-Raus-Ticket

 

For those who want to travel to the Upper Austrian Danube region by bus, train or bike and want to save themselves the trouble of lugging their luggage, the Kofferbutler offers an uncomplicated luggage service.

Upon personal request, the Kofferbutler will also bring your luggage from hotel to hotel. Ideal for multi-day cycling tours along the Inn and Danube cycle paths.

To the Kofferbutler

 

A leisurely boat trip or crossing by ferry are great ways to conquer the element of water and change your perspective on the Danube region. Information about liner cruises, excursion cruises, charters & ferries can be found at 

Danube Shipping

  • Navigation Passau - Linz - Krems: Danube Navigation Wurm & Noé, + 49 851 929292
  • Navigation Schärding - Passau: Innschifffahrt-Kapitän Schaurecker, +43 7712-7350
  • Round trips in the Strudengau region: Donauschifffahrt Ardagger GmbH, +43 7479 6464
  • Barge rental: Barge builder Witti, +43 7285 6390
  • Charter cruising fun on the Danube: Donau Yachten, +43 7205 19513

 

The ferries are just right for exploring both the north and south banks of the Danube. Of course, bicycles can also be taken along. 

Ferries

 

 

For individual shuttles, there are regional cab companies.

Between Passau and Linz: Taxi Eilmannsberger, +43 (0) 7718/ 7372 

www.eiltaxi.at

Between Linz and Grein: Rental car Schönhofer, Tel.: +43 (0) 7268/72044

www.schoenhofer-on-tour.com

Contact & Service

Danube Upper Austria
WGD Donau Oberösterreich Tourismus GmbH Tourismusverband Donau Oberösterreich
Lindengasse 9
4040 Linz

+43 732 7277-800
+43 732 7277-804
info@donauregion.at
www.donauregion.at/en