UNESCO World Heritage

World Heritage Sites on the Austrian Danube

With 2,888 km from its source to its mouth, the Danube is the second longest river in Europe and connects more countries and cultures than any other river on earth. Each section of the river is unique and exudes its own magical attraction. From impressive natural spectacles to the architectural witnesses of a rich and turbulent past, the approximately 350 kilometers of river through Austria are home to World Heritage Sites of great significance. As many as four of the twelve World Heritage Sites in Austria can be found in the Danube region.

More UNESCO World Heritage Sites on the Austrian Danube: