Zwei Radfahrer fahren entlang der Donau am Donauradweg in Au an der Donau.



Network for sustainable mobility and tourism along the Danube

The Danube is a promising and unconventional travel destination that knows no bounds. With 2.888 km from the source to the delta, the Danube is the second longest river in Europe and connects a wealth of people, cultures and countries. Each section of the river emits its own magical attraction: from impressive natural wonders to architectural witnesses of a rich and turbulent past, to charming villages and vibrant metropolises on the banks of the Danube. The exceptional attractions along the Danube line up like pearls on a string.

A woman on a typical Austrian Danube boat, called Zille


11 Destinations from 8 Countries have joined forces to use the boundless potential of the Danube and offer tourists the opportunity to explore the Danube region in a gentle and adventurous way. The Danube sets the course and paves the way for an expedition with a variety of soft mobility offers. Explore the European lifeline from different perspectives:

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

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Transdanube Travel Stories

EU-Funding Programme: Danube Transnational Programme 

Projectcode: DTP3-319-2.2    

Projectakronym: Transdanube Travel Stories

Project Duration: 1. July 2020 – 31. December 2022             

Total Project Budget:  1,82 Mio. € ; ERDF: 1,5 Mio. €, IPAII: 44.837,5 €

Priority Area: Environment and culture responsible Danube Region

This website was elaborated in the frame of the Interreg project Transdanube.Pearls - Network for Sustainable Mobility along the Danube. Project co-funded by European Union Funds (ERDF, IPA).

THE PEP -  Transport Health Environment Pan-European Programme - is a unique intersectoral and intergovernmental policy framework for promoting clean, safe and healthy mobility and transport in the UNECE-WHO region. The support of the ministries of transport, health and environment represented in THE PEP was crucial for the successful implementation of the ambitious working programme of the project and will be very helpful for the work of the Danube.Pearls network. For more information check THE PEP website. 

Cyclists on their way off da Danube ferry

Working Community Danube.Pearls

c/o WGD Donau Oberösterreich Tourismus GmbH
Lindengasse 9
4040 Linz - Austria