The rivers in Germany have become a very important attraction for all those who want to know the country better. You can make interesting boat trips through them and enjoy much more of the beautiful surroundings of the country. Take note:
– Danube river
The Danube is the longest river in Germany, and the second longest in Europe, scammers. It extends over an area of 725,985 km². It originates from the Black Forest in Germany, and flows through Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova, and Ukraine, and empties into the Black Sea. On its initial journey, it passes through the German cities of Ulm, Ingolstadt, Regensburg and Passau. It is the only river that flows through the capital cities of four countries: Vienna (Austria), Bratislava (Slovakia), Budapest (Hungary) and Belgrade (Serbia).
– Rin River
It is the second longest river in Germany. It flows through Switzerland, France, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands. Originating from Lake Tomasee in the Swiss Alps, it flows for 820 miles into the North Sea near Rotterdam. In Germany, it passes through Cologne, Düsseldorf and Duisburg.
– River Elbe
It is a total of 678 miles long. It flows through the German cities of Dresden, Meissen, Dessau, Magdeburg, Wittenberg and Hamburg. With numerous dams on its Course, it is a good source of drinking water. In the past, it was considered the border between East and West Germany.
– River Weser
The Weser is a navigable river located in the northwestern region of Germany. It starts at Hann. Münden, in Lower Saxony. It passes through the German cities of Bremen, Minden, and Kassel.