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Rivers to Cruise in Europe

Information about canals rivers to cruise in Europe. See also European River Cruise Operators

Danube River
The Danube River is one of thelongest rivers in Europe, second only to the Volga River. It passes through nine countries on its way to the Black Sea: Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Yugoslavia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Croatia, and Romania.

Dnieper River
The Dnieper River is the fourth longest river in Europe. It flows through Russia, Belarus, and the Ukraine before emptying into the Black Sea.

Douro River
The Douro River flows from Duruelo de la Sierra in the Soria Province of Spain to Porto on the Atlantic coast of Portugal.

Elbe River
The Elbe River flows from the Northwest Czech Republic through Germany on its way to the North Sea.

Main River
The Main River is a 330 mile long river in Germany that is one of the main tributaries to the Rhine River.

Moselle River
The Moselle River flows through France, Luxembourg, and Germany and it is a tributary to the Rhine River.

Rhine River
The Rhine River begins in the Swiss Alps and it passes through Germany and Netherlands on its way to the North Sea.

Rhone River
The Rhone river originates in the Swiss mountains and it flows through some of the best wine regions of France on its way to the Mediterranean Sea.

Seine River
The Seine River river in France that is nearly 500 miles long. It flows through the Ile de France and Haute-Normandie regions of France before emptying into the English Channel.

Saone River
River in Eastern France that connects to the Rhone River in Lyon, France.

Volga River
The Volga River in Central Russia is the longest river in Europe.

French Canals to Cruise


The Canal du Midi is a 150 mile long canal in Southern France.

Canal des Deux Mers
The Canal du Midi and the Canal de Garonne are known collectively as the Canal des Deux Mers (the Canal of the Two Seas) because they connect the Atlantic Ocean with the Mediterranean Sea.

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