Transdanubia (Hungarian: Dunántúl Roman: Pannonia) lies west of the Danube River in western Hungary.
- Esztergom — the first capital, the seat of Constitutional Court and the Roman catholic Church of Hungary, home of the biggest church in Central Europe
- Nagykanizsa city situated near Lake Balaton
- Neusiedl Lake a cultural landscape on the UNESCO World Heritage List
- Pécs — a pleasant cultural centre and university town
- Sopron — a bilingual town on the Austrian and Slovakian borders
- Székesfehérvár the city of white castle.
- Szekszárd small city in southern Hungary
- Veszprém — one of the oldest cities of Hungary
- Villány the southernmost wine region
- Bikal — 50 KM south of Pécs the small community of Bikal offers one of the most renowned historic Castle Hotels (Puchner Castle hu: Puchner Kastély) in Hungary.
- Fertöszentmiklós — also known as Fertöd, where the lovely Esterhazy palace is located
- Győr — there are many cafés, restaurants, boutiques, and night clubs in its lovely baroque city center
- Kápolnásnyék village area excavations revealed bronze-age artifacts
- Mosonmagyaróvár — a thermal spa and destistry town
- Szombathely — former Roman colony, Centre of Western Danubia and county Vas
Transdanubia covers much of the ancient Roman province of Pannonia, which also included the lands north and east of the Danube River that are in surrounding countries.