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A series of connecting rivers, including the Amstel, from which Amsterdam took its name, connect the Netherlands and Belgium. A voyage along these waterways in the spring offers many opportunities to watch nature blossom in breathtaking fashion in this picturesque part of the world.
Passing through ten nations the Danube travels 1,785 miles to the Black Sea. The capitals visited include Vienna, Bratislava, Budapest, and Belgrade. Formerly known as the Ister, the Danube was often used to define a northern border for the Roman Empire.
This major river of the Iberian Peninsula flows from its source in Spain to its outlet in Northern Portugal. It is here that river cruisers will discover the Douro River Valley, the birthplace of Port wine and a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site.
In the corner of southwestern France, the Garonne and Dordogne rivers merge together to form the Gironde Estuary, which naturally divides the Bordeaux region into the Left and Right banks. Bordeaux has been a center for wine trade for nearly 2,000 years. The Romans, who conquered the region in 60 BC, endowed Bordeaux with vineyards and wine production.
Beginning in the Swiss Alps, the Rhône passes Geneva and flows through Lyon, Avignon and Arles. It enters the Mediterranean near of Marseille. At Arles, the river splits around the island of Camargue.
The Rhine also begins in the Swiss Alps, flows west along the German-Swiss border, then turns north to form part of the German-French border. Cities along its course include Basel, Strasbourg, Mainz, Bonn, Cologne, and Rotterdam. Along the Rhine are captivating sights that include castles, stunning vineyards and verdant valleys.
Starting near Dijon, the Seine flows through Paris. It glides northwest for 485 miles to enter the English Channel near Le Havre. It passes through Troyes, Fontainebleau, and Rouen.
If you wish to go farther afield, choose from these spectacular locations:
Amazon River - African River Safaris - Arctic and Antarctic Coasts - Croatian Coast - Galapagos Islands - Greek Islands - Indonesian Archipelago - Mekong River - Nile River - Spanish & Portuguese Coast
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