Map of the rivers in France
- The longest river in France is the Loire, which flows from the south to the north and then east into the Atlantic ocean.
- The river Seine has its source in Burgundy, flowing north and then west through Paris to the English Chanel.
- The Rhone begins in the eastern mountain region of the Alps then flows south to the Mediterranean Sea.
- The Rhine defines a natural border between France and Germany.
There are thousands of kilometres of navigable water-ways and canals, used both for pleasure and commercial traffic. You can rent self-drive boats and explore the canals or rivers with one way or return cruises. There is a toll fee which must be paid, the fee depends on the kind of vessel and duration of the cruise.
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