Google Analytics Alternative Germany | Reizen langs Rivieren Travelling along Rivers Google Analytics Alternative>



The Rhine is the longest river in Germany. After leaving Switzerland in the city of Basel the river flows in northern direction for about 800 km. There are three important tributaries: the Neckar, Main and Moselle. Shortly after passing the city of Emmerich the river continues its course in the Netherlands.

The Neckar
rises in the Black Forest near Villingen-Schwenningen. From the town of Heilbronn the river carves the Neckartal. The river with a length of 367 km is a major tributary of the River Rhine and passes through Rottweil, Rottenburg am Neckar, Tübingen, Stuttgart, Ludwigsburg, Heilbronn und Heidelberg. At Mannheim the river flows into the Rhine.

Dutch river reporter Kees de Grijp and his partner Annemarie Loomans made a cycle tour along a part of the Neckar. Read the report: Fietsen langs de Neckar (Dutch text)                                


  © DV Media Farelli Producties 2018