Boosting cooperation in the Baltic Sea Region

Union of the Baltic Cities (UBC) is the leading network of cities in the Baltic Sea Region with Member Cities from Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, and Sweden. Founded in 1991 in Gdańsk, UBC is a voluntary, proactive network mobilizing the shared potential of its member cities.

UBC works through eight Commissions: Cultural Cities, Inclusive and Healthy Cities, Learning Cities, Planning Cities, Safe Cities, Smart and Prospering Cities, Sustainable Cities, and Youthful Cities.

 

UBC mission

Support member cities within our network and beyond; provide dynamic and flexible means to cooperate; create a joint voice for cities, regardless of size; connect our member cities with the rest of Europe and beyond.

Read more about our goals

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Aarhus

Arendal

Cēsis

Darłowo

Dolina Charlotty (partner)

Elbląg

Elva

Espoo

Gargždai

Gävle

Gdańsk

Gdynia

Gotland

Greifswald

Guldborgsund

Haapsalu

Hamburg

Helsinki

Jēkabpils

Jelgava

Jonava

Kalmar

Karlskrona

Kaunas

Kemi

Kherson

Khmelnytskyi

Kiel

Klaipėda

Kolding

Koszalin

Kotka

Kramatorsk

Kristiansand

Lahti

Liepāja

Luleå

Malmö

Mariehamn

Mielno

New Horizons (partner)

Open Door (partner)

Örebro

Palanga

Panevėžys

Pärnu

Pokrovsk

Pori

Porvoo

Pruszcz Gdański

Rakvere

Reda

Rīga

Rokiškis

Rostock

Rumia

Sejny

Słupsk

Söderhamn

Sopot

Tallinn

Tartu

Tauragė

Trelleborg

Turku

Umeå

Ustka

Vaasa

Valmiera

Växjö

Vilnyansk

Vyshhorod

Zaporizhzhia

NEW AT UBC

Join UBC and become a member!
The UBC is a constantly growing organisation with members in all ten countries surrounding the Baltic Sea. We invite your city to become a member.
Funding
Here you can find information about programmes providing funds for projects contributing to the economic, social and sustainable development of the Baltic Sea region.
Partner Search
Welcome to the UBC Partner Search notice board!
European Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region
UBC works strenuously to implement the European Union Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR)