Neath Port Talbot Twin Towns

The County Borough of Neath Port Talbot enjoys Twin Town arrangements with the following European towns:

Neath Port Talbot CBC Twin Towns
Town Country Originally Twinned With
Albacete Spain Neath
Bagneux France Port Talbot
Esslingen Germany Neath
Heilbronn Germany Port Talbot
Piotrkow Trybunalski Poland Neath Port Talbot
Schiedam Holland Neath
Udine Italy Neath
Velenje Slovenia Neath
Vienne France Neath

In addition, there are Twin Town arrangements with the following Town Councils within Neath Port Talbot:

Neath Port Talbot Community/Town Councils Twin Towns
Community/Town Council Twinned with Country
Glynneath Pont-Eveque France
Pontardawe Locmine France

Economic Profiles


  • Population 130,000
  • Located in SE Spain in Castile-La Muncha
  • Agricultural and transport centre, producing wine, clothing, tools and flour
  • Wine producing region
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  • Population 90,000
  • Located in SW Germany, near Stuttgart, on Neckar River
  • Manufactures cars, machinery, electrical goods and textiles and fruit and wine production
  • Tourist resort
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  • Population 122,000
  • Located in South Germany, port on Neckar River
  • Commercial and industrial centre, manufactures metal products, machinery and wine
  • Wine producing region
  • website:

Piotrkow Trybunalski

  • Population 82,000
  • Located in central Poland
  • It is an important centre of trade and industry
  • It is a traditional town with architecture from the 15th Century
  • It is a centre for modern industry.
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  • Population 72,000
  • Located in South Holland, near Rotterdam, on Nieuwe Maas River
  • Shipyards and manufacturing of chemicals, glass, lumber and gin
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  • Population 99,000
  • Located in NE corner Italy, close to Slovenia
  • Manufactures machinery, textiles, metals and chemicals
  • Some tourism (historical buildings and museums)
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  • Population 30,000
  • Located in SE France on Rhone River
  • Farm trade centre with textile, metallurgical and footwear industries
  • Some tourism (roman remains and churches)
  • website:

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