List of twin towns and sister cities in Europe

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This is a list of "twin towns" or "sister cities" in the continent of Europe – that is, pairs of local government entities in different countries which have town twinning arrangements. Where known, the date of formation of the twinning agreement is included in parentheses.

Note that the list is likely to always remain incomplete, since no canonical list of such arrangements exists; even those towns that are listed may well have arrangements which are not listed here. However, a searchable, interactive list is maintained by Sister Cities International. Note also that any twinning arrangement should be listed at two locations in the series of lists: once for each of the towns involved in the arrangement.

Albania[edit]

Berat[edit]

Durrës[edit]

Fier[edit]

Kamëz[edit]

Korçë[edit]

Lushnjë[edit]

Sarandë[edit]

Shkodër[edit]

Tirana[edit]

Tirana is twinned with:[citation needed]

Vlorë[edit]


Austria[edit]

Abtenau, Salzburg[edit]

Adlwang, Upper Austria[edit]

Adnet, Salzburg[edit]

Albeck, Carinthia[edit]

Altmünster, Upper Austria[edit]

Amstetten, Lower Austria[edit]

Anif, Salzburg[edit]

Ansfelden, Upper Austria[edit]

Arriach, Carinthia[edit]

  • Germany Wain, Germany (1972)

Aschau im Zillertal, Tyrol[edit]

Attnang-Puchheim, Upper Austria[edit]

Axams, Tyrol[edit]

Bad Aussee, Styria[edit]

Bad Eisenkappel, Carinthia[edit]

Bad Ischl, Upper Austria[edit]

Bad Leonfelden, Upper Austria[edit]

Bad Mitterndorf, Styria[edit]

Bad Radkersburg, Styria[edit]

Bad Sauerbrunn, Burgenland[edit]

Bad Vöslau, Lower Austria[edit]

Bad Vigaun, Salzburg[edit]

Bärnkopf, Lower Austria[edit]

Berndorf, Lower Austria[edit]

Bezau, Vorarlberg[edit]

Bischofshofen, Salzburg[edit]

Bludenz, Vorarlberg[edit]

Brand-Nagelberg, Lower Austria[edit]

Braunau am Inn, Upper Austria[edit]

Bregenz, Vorarlberg[edit]

Brixlegg, Tyrol[edit]

Bruck an der Mur, Styria[edit]

Brunn am Gebirge, Lower Austria[edit]

Burgenland (State)[edit]

Burgkirchen, Upper Austria[edit]

Carinthia (State)[edit]

Deutsch-Griffen, Carinthia[edit]

Dornbirn, Vorarlberg[edit]

Droß, Lower Austria[edit]

Ebensee, Upper Austria[edit]

Eichgraben, Lower Austria[edit]

Eisenerz, Styria[edit]

Eisenstadt, Burgenland[edit]

Eitzing, Upper Austria[edit]

Enns, Upper Austria[edit]

Feld am See, Carinthia[edit]

Feldkirch, Vorarlberg[edit]

Feldkirchen, Carinthia[edit]

Ferndorf, Carinthia[edit]

Frankenburg am Hausruck, Upper Austria[edit]

Freistadt, Upper Austria[edit]

Friesach, Carinthia[edit]

Fulpmes, Tyrol[edit]

Fürstenfeld, Styria[edit]

Furth bei Gottweig, Lower Austria[edit]

Gaal, Styria[edit]

Gaflenz, Upper Austria[edit]

Gaming, Lower Austria[edit]

Gars am Kamp, Lower Austria[edit]

Gleisdorf, Styria[edit]

Gmünd, Lower Austria[edit]

Gmünd, Carinthia[edit]

Gmunden, Upper Austria[edit]

Gnesau, Carinthia[edit]

Graz, Styria[edit]

Groß-Siegharts, Lower Austria[edit]

Haiming, Tyrol[edit]

Hall, Tyrol[edit]

Hallstatt, Upper Austria[edit]

Hard, Vorarlberg[edit]

Heidenreichstein, Lower Austria[edit]

Hermagor-Pressegger See, Carinthia[edit]

Hohenems, Vorarlberg[edit]

Hollabrunn, Lower Austria[edit]

Hollersbach im Pinzgau, Salzburg[edit]

Hornstein, Burgenland[edit]

Hüttschlag, Salzburg[edit]

Innsbruck, Tyrol[edit]

Judenburg, Styria[edit]

Judenburg is a member of the Douzelage, a town twinning association of 23 towns across the European Union. This active town twinning began in 1991 and there are regular events, such as a produce market from each of the other countries and festivals.[23][24]

Kalwang, Styria[edit]

Kapfenberg, Styria[edit]

Kirchdorf an der Krems, Upper Austria[edit]

Kirchdorf in Tirol, Tyrol[edit]

Kirchham, Upper Austria[edit]

Kitzbühel, Tyrol[edit]

Klagenfurt, Carinthia[edit]

Kleinsölk, Styria[edit]

Klosterneuburg, Lower Austria[edit]

Knittelfeld, Styria[edit]

Köflach, Styria[edit]

Kramsach, Tyrol[edit]

Krems an der Donau, Lower Austria[edit]

Kuchl, Salzburg[edit]

Kufstein, Tyrol[edit]

Laakirchen, Upper Austria[edit]

Langenlois, Lower Austria[edit]

Lassee, Lower Austria[edit]

Leoben, Styria[edit]

  • China Xuzhou, People's Republic of China (1994)

Leobendorf, Lower Austria[edit]

Lermoos, Tyrol[edit]

Lienz, Eastern Tyrol[edit]

Linz, Upper Austria[edit]

Litzelsdorf, Burgenland[edit]

Lower Austria (State)[edit]

Ludesch, Vorarlberg[edit]

Maria Wörth, Carinthya[edit]

Mariapfarr, Salzburg[edit]

Mariazell, Styria[edit]

Mautern an der Donau, Lower Austria[edit]

Mautern in Steiermark, Styria[edit]

Mauterndorf, Salzburg[edit]

Mauthausen, Upper Austria[edit]

Mayrhofen, Tyrol[edit]

Meiningen, Vorarlberg[edit]

Micheldorf, Carithia[edit]

Micheldorf in Oberösterreich, Upper Austria[edit]

Millstatt, Carinthia[edit]

Mistelbach, Lower Austria[edit]

Mödling, Lower Austria[edit]

Molln, Upper Austria[edit]

Mondsee, Upper Austria[edit]

Moosburg, Carinthia[edit]

Müllendorf, Burgenland[edit]

Mürzzuschlag, Styria[edit]

Neudörfl, Burgenland[edit]

Neukirchen am Großvenediger, Salzburg[edit]

Neumarkt in Steiermark, Styria[edit]

Neusiedl am See, Burgenland[edit]

Nickelsdorf, Burgenland[edit]

Obdach, Styria[edit]

Oberpullendorf, Burgenland[edit]

Obervellach, Carinthia[edit]

Paternion, Carinthia[edit]

Perchtoldsdorf, Lower Austria[edit]

Pfaffstätten, Lower Austria[edit]

Pilgersdorf, Burgenland[edit]

Pinsdorf, Upper Austria[edit]

Pöls, Styria[edit]

Pöndorf, Upper Austria[edit]

Pottenstein, Lower Austria[edit]

Poysdorf, Lower Austria[edit]

Raabs an der Thaya, Lower Austria[edit]

Radenthein, Carinthia[edit]

Rechnitz, Burgenland[edit]

Reith bei Kitzbühel, Tyrol[edit]

Retz, Lower Austria[edit]

Reutte, Tyrol[edit]

  • Japan Esashi (now part of Ōshū), Japan (1991)

Ried im Innkreis, Upper Austria[edit]

Rohrmoos-Untertal, Styria[edit]

Roppen, Tyrol[edit]

Rosenau am Hengstpaß, Upper Austria[edit]

Rossatz-Arnsdorf, Lower Austria[edit]

Rust, Burgenland[edit]

Salzburg, Salzburg[edit]

Sankt Andrä, Carinthia[edit]

Sankt Florian, Upper Austria[edit]

Sankt Georgen am Walde, Upper Austria[edit]

Sankt Johann im Pongau, Salzburg[edit]

  • Germany Lage, Germany (1977)

Sankt Koloman, Salzburg[edit]

Sankt Martin an der Raab, Burgenland[edit]

Sankt Michael im Lungau, Salzburg[edit]

Sankt Oswald-Möderbrugg, Styria[edit]

Sankt Pölten, Lower Austria[edit]

Sankt Stefan im Gailtal, Carinthia[edit]

Sankt Ulrich bei Steyr, Upper Austria[edit]

Sankt Veit im Pongau, Salzburg[edit]

Schärding, Upper Austria[edit]

Schattendorf, Burgenland[edit]

Schladming, Styria[edit]

Schlierbach, Upper Austria[edit]

Schönbach, Lower Austria[edit]

Schörfling am Attersee, Upper Austria[edit]

Schwaz, Tyrol[edit]

Schwechat, Lower Austria[edit]

Seewalchem am Attersee, Upper Austria[edit]

Senftenberg, Lower Austria[edit]

Sigmundsherberg, Lower Austria[edit]

Silz, Tyrol[edit]

Spittal an der Drau, Carinthia[edit]

St. Johann in Tirol, Tyrol[edit]

Stadl-Paura, Upper Austria[edit]

Stams, Tyrol[edit]

Stegersbach, Burgenland[edit]

Steuerberg, Carinthia[edit]

Steyr, Upper Austria[edit]

Stockerau, Lower Austria[edit]

Stratzing, Lower Austria[edit]

Styria (State)[edit]

Tauplitz, Styria[edit]

Telfes, Tyrol[edit]

Telfs, Tyrol[edit]

Thalgau, Salzburg[edit]

Thörl, Styria[edit]

Treffen, Carinthia[edit]

Trofaiach, Styria[edit]

Tyrol (State)[edit]

Ungenach, Upper Austria[edit]

Velden am Wörther See, Carinthia[edit]

Vienna, Wien[edit]

As a general rule, Vienna is twinned to no other city in the world, and has only specific partnerships limited in time.

Individual Viennese districts are twinned with Japanese cities/districts:

Villach, Carinthia[edit]

Vils, Tyrol[edit]

Vöcklabruck, Upper Austria[edit]

Volders, Tyrol[edit]

Völkermarkt, Carinthia[edit]

Waidhofen an der Thaya, Lower Austria[edit]

Waidhofen an der Ybbs, Lower Austria[edit]

Weißenkirchen in der Wachau, Lower Austria[edit]

Weitensfeld im Gurktal, Carinthia[edit]

Wels, Upper Austria[edit]

Wenigzell, Styria[edit]

Weyregg am Attersee, Upper Austria[edit]

Wiener Neudorf, Lower Austria[edit]

Wiener Neustadt, Lower Austria[edit]

Wiesen, Burgenland[edit]

Wildschönau, Tyrol[edit]

Wolfern, Upper Austria[edit]

Wolfsberg, Carinthia[edit]

Wörgl, Tyrol[edit]

Ybbs an der Donau, Lower Austria[edit]

Zell am See, Salzburg[edit]

Zeltweg, Styria[edit]

Zistersdorf, Lower Austria[edit]

Zwettl, Lower Austria[edit]

Major settlements without town twins or sister cities[edit]

Belarus[edit]


Brest[edit]

Gomel[edit]

Lida[edit]

Minsk[edit]

As of 2008 Minsk maintains cultural links to 18 twin towns in various countries:[30]

Partnerships

Furthermore, partnership agreements with 23 cities and regions from Russia are signed alongside of many Baltic and CIS cities.[33]

Polotsk[edit]

Slutsk[edit]

Vileyka[edit]


Belgium[edit]


Antwerp[edit]

Further information: Antwerp

Arlon[edit]

Further information: Arlon

Bastogne[edit]

Further information: Bastogne
  • United States Dos Palos, California, United States (1973)

Belœil[edit]

Braine-l'Alleud[edit]

Further information: Braine-l'Alleud

Bruges[edit]

Further information: Bruges

Brussels[edit]

Further information: Brussels

Charleroi[edit]

Further information: Charleroi

Comines-Warneton[edit]

Further information: Comines-Warneton

Diest[edit]

Further information: Diest

Diksmuide[edit]

Further information: Diksmuide

Eeklo[edit]

Further information: Eeklo

Eupen[edit]

Further information: Eupen

Frameries[edit]

Further information: Frameries

Geel[edit]

Further information: Geel

Gembloux[edit]

Further information: Gembloux

Genk[edit]

Further information: Genk

Ghent[edit]

Further information: Ghent

Halen[edit]

Further information: Halen

Halle[edit]

Further information: Halle

Harelbeke[edit]

Further information: Harelbeke

Hasselt[edit]

Further information: Hasselt

Herstal[edit]

  • Scotland Kilmarnock, Scotland, UK (1977)[46]

Houffalize[edit]

Further information: Houffalize

Houffalize is a founding member of the Douzelage, a town twinning association of 23 towns across the European Union. This active town twinning began in 1991 and there are regular events, such as a produce market from each of the other countries and festivals.[23][24]

Kraainem[edit]

Further information: Kraainem

Kortenberg[edit]

Further information: Kortenberg

Kortrijk[edit]

Further information: Kortrijk

Leuven[edit]

Further information: Leuven

Leuze-en-Hainaut[edit]

Further information: Leuze-en-Hainaut

Liège[edit]

Further information: Liège

Mechelen[edit]

Further information: Mechelen

Namur[edit]

Further information: Namur

Oudenaarde[edit]

Further information: Oudenaarde

Saint-Ghislain[edit]

Further information: Saint-Ghislain

Sint-Niklaas[edit]

Further information: Sint-Niklaas

Sint-Truiden[edit]

Further information: Sint-Truiden

Tervuren[edit]

Further information: Tervuren

Tienen[edit]

Further information: Tienen

Tongeren[edit]

Further information: Tongeren

Tongeren (Romanic Sister Cities)[edit]

Verviers[edit]

Further information: Verviers

Vilvoorde[edit]

Further information: Vilvoorde

Waterloo[edit]

Further information: Waterloo, Belgium

Zoutleeuw[edit]

Further information: Zoutleeuw


Bosnia and Herzegovina[edit]


Banja Luka[edit]

Bijeljina[edit]

Brčko[edit]

Goražde[edit]

Konjic[edit]

Lukavac[edit]

Mostar[edit]

Pale[edit]

Sarajevo[edit]

Široki Brijeg[edit]

Travnik[edit]

Tuzla[edit]

Ugljevik[edit]

Vareš[edit]

Zenica[edit]



Bulgaria[edit]


Belogradchik[edit]

Blagoevgrad[edit]

Botevgrad[edit]

Burgas[edit]

Dimitrovgrad[edit]

Dobrich[edit]

Dupnitsa[edit]

Haskovo[edit]

Kardzhali[edit]

Karlovo[edit]

Kazanlak[edit]

Kozloduy[edit]

Kyustendil[edit]

Lom[edit]

Lovech[edit]

Montana[edit]

Pazardzhik[edit]

Pernik[edit]

Pleven[edit]

Plovdiv[edit]

Razgrad[edit]

Shumen[edit]

Silistra[edit]

Sliven[edit]

Sofia[edit]

Stara Zagora[edit]

Varna[edit]

Vidin[edit]

Yambol[edit]

Croatia[edit]

Czech Republic[edit]

Denmark[edit]

Estonia[edit]

Faroe Islands[edit]

Finland[edit]

France[edit]

Georgia[edit]

Akhaltsikhe[edit]

Batumi[edit]

Chiatura[edit]

Gori[edit]

Kutaisi[edit]

Lanchkhuti[edit]

Mtskheta[edit]

Oni[edit]

Poti[edit]

Rustavi[edit]

Sokhumi[edit]

Tbilisi[edit]

Tskhinvali[edit]

Vani[edit]

Germany[edit]

Gibraltar[edit]

Greece[edit]

Greenland[edit]

Hungary[edit]

Iceland[edit]

Ireland[edit]

Italy[edit]

Jersey[edit]

Kazakhstan[edit]

Kosovo[edit]

Latvia[edit]

Lithuania[edit]

Luxembourg[edit]

Macedonia[edit]

Malta[edit]

Moldova[edit]

Montenegro[edit]

Netherlands[edit]

Northern Cyprus[edit]

Norway[edit]

Poland[edit]

Portugal[edit]

Romania[edit]

Russia[edit]

San Marino[edit]

Acquaviva[edit]

Borgo Maggiore[edit]

City of San Marino[edit]

Serravalle[edit]

Serbia[edit]

Slovakia[edit]

Slovenia[edit]

Spain[edit]

Sweden[edit]

Switzerland[edit]

Turkey[edit]

Ukraine[edit]

United Kingdom[edit]

References[edit]

Notes[edit]

a. ^ Kosovo is the subject of a territorial dispute between the Republic of Kosovo and the Republic of Serbia. The Republic of Kosovo unilaterally declared independence on 17 February 2008, but Serbia continues to claim it as part of its own sovereign territory. The two governments began to normalise relations in 2013, as part of the Brussels Agreement. Kosovo has received recognition as an independent state from 110 out of 193 United Nations member states.

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