The WiFi4U initiative offers free high-speed access to Wi-Fi connectivity in public spaces such as parks, squares, public buildings, libraries, museums throughout towns, villages, and cities across Europe.
8 802 municipalities across Europe have been awarded a voucher (€15 000) in the WiFi4EU initiative; so regardless of whether you're traveling to a bustling metropolis or a cosy tourist destination – look for WiFi4EU hotspots to stay connected.
Municipalities where you can find WiFi4EU:
Valencia is the third most populated city in Spain. WiFi4EU network in Valencia is available through hotspots distributed in different public spaces throughout the city, such as squares, gardens, beaches and municipal buildings
Gießen is a university city in central Hesse. With a population of 91,255 inhabitants, Gießen represents one of the main centres in the region. The WiFi4EU network is active in Gießen since June 2021; since then, the WiFi4EU hotspots – located in several institutional and university buildings, are providing free connection to citizens and students.
Kranjska Gora, Slovenia
Kranjska Gora is a town in north-western Slovenia, close to the Austrian and Italian borders. Kranjska Gora is best known as a winter sports town, being situated in the Julian Alps and it annually hosts several events dedicated to winter sports. The recently installed WiFi4EU network provides to citizens and tourists of Kranjska Gora free Wi-Fi access in several locations of the town, such as sport complexes, touristic sites and libraries.
See if there are WiFi4EU in your region
More information about the WiFi4EU initiative
European Health and Digital Executive Agency (HaDEA)
HaDEA implements WiFi4EU, learn more about what the Agency is doing
Main European Commission page