All towns and cities in the Danube region at a glance
Are you looking for a special place or do you want to explore the Danube region?
Here you will find all places and cities at a glance and in alphabetical order.
Andorf is located in the middle of the romantic Pram valley. There is a lot to discover in the Innviertel for both sporty people and those interested in culture.
Aschach an der Donau
In the Danube market in Aschach houses from the Middle Ages and facades in the colors of the rainbow tell of the life of the citizens, boatmen and shoppers.
Located 7 km north of the Danube near Grein, Bad Kreuzen inspires with a 150-year Kneipp cure tradition and hikers will find a true hiking paradise here in the lower Mühlviertel.
The third oldest city in Austria! (Town charter since 1222)
The center is the large town square, which has remained almost unchanged since the Middle Ages, with imposing houses and facades.
Lots of forest, blooming meadows and magnificent views make the hearts beat faster when visiting Eidenberg. Hiking or simply enjoying the peace and quiet is very possible here.
As early as 1293, the Danube market was described as "a pleasant place to relax for body and soul". Embedded in a river and forest landscape, it inspires cyclists, hikers and boat travelers.
Discover Austria's oldest city in all its facets and enjoy history, culture and cuisine. Take your time and experience the first cittàslow city in Austria.
Feldkirchen an der Donau
The variety of landscapes in Feldkirchen ranges from the flat lake and floodplain area near the Danube to the gentle Mühlviertel hill country. The range of leisure activities is correspondingly large.
Located on the southern bank of the Danube on the border to Bavaria, Freinberg impresses with its wonderful panoramic views of the three-river city of Passau and the Bavarian Forest.
Grein an der Donau
Between Danube river and granite - in Grein the mighty Danube river connects with the gentle Mühlviertel hills. The cultural capital of the Strudengau enchants with its nostalgic charm.
Haibach ob der Donau
Picturesque, in the midst of a wooded landscape, Haibach rises above the Danube . A place with many possibilities right on the "Naturwunda" Schlögener Schlinge.
Hofkirchen im Mühlkreis
The labyrinth community of Hofkirchen im Mühlkreis with three large mazes offers a wonderful view of the natural wonder of the Schlögen Danube from the tower of the Haichenbach ruins.
Kirchberg ob der Donau
The panoramic mountain "Burgstall" near the center of Kirchbrg ob der Donau is at 613 m the highest point on the Danube from the origin to the estuary.
Kleinzell im Mühlkreis
In the idyllic atmosphere of the village Kleinzell, it is worthwhile to spend a quiet but varied holiday in the heart of the Mühlviertel.
Kopfing is in the heart of the Sauwald and here the longest treetop path in the world leads through the treetops of beautiful coniferous and mixed forests at dizzy heights.
Lembach im Mühlkreis
The Lembach market - between the Danube and the Bohemian Forest - is an ideal place to find peace and relaxation and the starting point for hikes through the gently rolling hills of the Mühlviertel.
An old Danube market with idyllic alleys, a picturesque ensemble of houses on Heindlkai and the museums in the former "Pragstein" moated castle invite visitors to marvel and discover.
Mitterkirchen im Machland
Finds from the Hallstatt period show that Mitterkirchen in Machland was settled thousands of years ago. History is now being breathed back into life in the Keltendorf open-air museum.
Naarn/Machlande - Au/Donau
Naarn im Machlande and Au an der Donau indicate in their names that they lie in the heart of two fascinating and unique natural landscapes.
Natternbach is nestled between the Danube and Inn in an extensive hilly landscape and the IKUNA nature resort extends over 170,000 m².
Neustift im Mühlkreis
Located high above the Danube, between Linz and Passau, you and your family can look forward to relaxation, games and fun and a wide range of hiking and cycling activities.
The Mühlviertel Cathedral, which can be seen from afar, shapes the image of the place and the "Presidential Chair" is dedicated to former federel president Dr. Rudolf Kirchschläger.
Oberkappel in the north of the Mühlviertel is perfect for a relaxing family holiday thanks to its wonderful location in the middle of a hilly landscape.
The idyllic Danube market with its historic market center and romantic alleys impresses with its unmistakable character, right at the gates of the state capital.
The city moves. A well-signposted network of leisure trails leads to the Machland plain, the Danube or the hilly Oberland.
Pfarrkirchen im Mühlkreis
A place in a fantastic location. Located at 800 m, between the Danube and the Bohemian Forest, Pfarrkirchen is the most scenic place in the Mühlviertel with a panorama of 300 km.
The town in the Eferdinger basin! The place is characterized by beautifully restored, typically Upper Austrian square courtyards and the Pupping monastery church.
Nestled gently in the hills of the upper Mühlviertel and at the foothills of the Bohemian Forest, you will find Sarleinsbach, a place to relax and enjoy.
The baroque city on the Inn - for everyone who loves charm and flair. From the former beer town to a culinary gem for gourmets: in Schärding you can enjoy life.
Where the hills meet the Danube plain - Schwertberg offers a wide range of cultural activities and a variety of sporting leisure activities.
The view extends from the Bohemian Forest to the Alps in the recreation village of St. Agatha, south of the Danube loop, where you can find peace and relaxation.
The Augustiner Chorherrenstift and Anton Bruckner give the place at the gates of the state capital a very special flair.
Sankt Martin im Mühlkreis
Nestled between the Danube river, the wild and romantic Pesenbachtal and the valley of the Große Mühl, St. Martin lies in the midst of the gently rolling hills of the Mühlviertel.
Sankt Nikola an der Donau
The Schiffermarkt Sankt Nikola on the Danube is picturesquely nestled in the legendary Strudengau.
Steyregg - a lovable and livable small town with many historical treasures and natural beauties.
Vichtenstein and its local mountain lie high above the Danube, the 895 m high Haugstein is the highest point in the Sauwald.
Waldhausen im Strudengau
The landscape around Waldhausen is characterized by wooded hilltops and charming valleys through which streams flow.
Waldkirchen & Wesenufer
The high altitude village of Waldkirchen and the idyllic Donaumarkt Wesenufer take you on hikes in wooded Danube landscapes for true relaxation.
Wilhering is located only a few kilometers upstream from Linz and offers a wide range on cultural (Wilhering Abbey) and scenic treasures (Kürnberger Forest).
We have cooperations and partnerships with very special places and these have varied and multi-faceted offers as well as a breathtaking landscape.
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