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Location and getting there

How to arrive in the Danube Upper Austrian region?
The fast way to your destination – by train, bus, car, boat or plane.

By train and bus:

Rail passengers choose the railway stations Passau, Linz or Amstetten on the Westbahn line. Use the train as a convenient means of getting to your Danube holiday.

The Donauuferbahn brings its guests more comfortably to the towns on the left bank of the Strudengau or the Mühlkreisbahn from Linz to the Mühlviertel.

We recommend the timetable information of the respective transport companies:

 

Many hosts pick up their guests on request from the train stations.

By car:

If you come by car from the direction of Munich or Regensburg, use the highway A1 (Salzburg - Linz) or the highway A8 (Passau - Linz).

If you are coming from Vienna, take the A1 motorway (Vienna - Linz).

Route planner

By boat:

Line shipping between Passau-Linz and Linz-Wien: Donauschifffahrt Wurm+Noé: +49 851 92 92 92 

www.donauschifffahrt.eu


More information about shipping at the Danube you will find here

 

By plane:

The Blue Danube Airport Linz is approximately 15 kilometers away from the city center.

www.linz-airport.com

Contact & Service

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

Phone+43 732 7277-888
Fax machine+43 732 7277-804
E-Mailinfo@donauregion.at
Webwww.donauregion.at/en

Danube.Pearls

Network for sustainable mobility and tourism along the Danube River

11 destinations from 8 countries including the Danube region in Upper Austria want to jointly use the borderless potential of the Danube and offer tourists the opportunity to gently explore the Danube region. The Danube sets the direction and paves the way for voyages of discovery with varied and gentle mobility offers. Explore the European lifeline from different perspectives:

  • by train,
  • by bike along the Danube Cycle Path
  • or by canoe, kayak, and much more.

www.danube-pearls.eu