You can take a river cruise on most of the major rivers of Europe:
Danube As Europe’s second-longest river and a vital means of transportation for 2,000 years, the Danube is the only major European river to flow from west to east. The Danube river rises in Germany’s Black Forest and flows through or along the borders of 10 countries – Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria,and Romania, where it divides into an expansive delta, the northernmost branch of which continues along the border of Ukraine and Moldova, before entering the Black Sea. The Main-Danube canal, which joins the Main and Danube rivers and stretches for a length of 106 miles from Bamberg to Regensburg in Germany, with a total of 16 locks, has made it possible to travel by river cruise ship from the North Sea to the Black Sea.
Main Danube Canal Winding across Central Germany, the Main River is formed by the joining of the Red Main and the White Main, meeting the Rhine River at the town of Mainz. The Main-Danube canal, which joins the Main River and Danube River, stretches for a length of 106 miles from Bamberg to Regensburg, with a total of 16 locks, making it possible to travel via river cruise ship from the North Sea to the Black Sea.
Rhine Take a Rhine River cruise on one of Europe’s most legendary rivers. Flowing from the Swiss Alps ofSwitzerland, through Germany, and to Holland’s North Sea, the Rhine River is most famous for its legendary Lorelei rock and the imposing medieval castles that line its banks. Sail through cities like Amsterdam, Cologne, Heidelberg, Strasbourg, & Basel on a Rhine River cruise.
Rhone Running through France and Switzerland at approximately 505 mi (813 km) long, the Rhône is the only major European river that flows directly into the Mediterranean Sea. An important inland trade and transportation route since Greek times, the Rhône River flows south to the Mediterranean, winding through the orchards and vineyards of the fertile Rhône Valley. Of all the French rivers, the Rhône has the largest water flow due to its Alpine characteristics. See France at its scenic best on a charming Rhône river cruise.
Seine At 485 miles, the Seine is the second-longest river in France. It runs northwest from Burgundy, passes through Paris, and eventually empties into the English Channel at Le Havre. The scenery will not disappoint rivercruisers who are excited about the romance of Paris. In addition to seeing architectural marvels like the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame cathedral, the Seine river has 37 picturesque bridges in Paris alone! The famous Rive Gauche (Left Bank) is one of the most romantic districts in the city. A Seine river cruise through France is ideal for art, history & wine lovers.
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