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

Mobility

Soft Mobility makes fun

It does not always need a car to bring us to our destination.

The Danube region offers many opportunities to move along and on the river.

Inspire yourself with a car-free Danube trip and let the Danube move you.

In the project Transdanube.Pearls, a team travelled the 2.860 km long route along the Danube by using only sustainable means of transport such as busses, trains, ships and bikes. They encompassed 9 countries and visited more than 15 regions and cities in 22 days – always with sustainable means of transport.
The videos show the beautiful regions along the Danube - from the source of the river in Donaueschingen, to the mouth in the Danube Delta where the Danube enters the Black Sea.
So start travelling the Danube sustainably - NOW!
In the project Transdanube.Pearls, a team travelled the 2.860 km long route along the Danube by using only sustainable means of transport such as busses, trains, ships and bikes. They encompassed 9 countries and visited more than 15 regions and cities in 22 days – always with sustainable means of transport.
The videos show the beautiful regions along the Danube - from the source of the river in Donaueschingen, to the mouth in the Danube Delta where the Danube enters the Black Sea.
So start travelling the Danube sustainably - NOW!
In the project Transdanube.Pearls, a team travelled the 2.860 km long route along the Danube by using only sustainable means of transport such as busses, trains, ships and bikes. They encompassed 9 countries and visited more than 15 regions and cities in 22 days – always with sustainable means of transport.
The videos show the beautiful regions along the Danube - from the source of the river in Donaueschingen, to the mouth in the Danube Delta where the Danube enters the Black Sea.
So start travelling the Danube sustainably - NOW!
In the project Transdanube.Pearls, a team travelled the 2.860 km long route along the Danube by using only sustainable means of transport such as busses, trains, ships and bikes. They encompassed 9 countries and visited more than 15 regions and cities in 22 days – always with sustainable means of transport.
The videos show the beautiful regions along the Danube - from the source of the river in Donaueschingen, to the mouth in the Danube Delta where the Danube enters the Black Sea.
So start travelling the Danube sustainably - NOW!