The Elbe river is often called the “second longest” rivers in Europe. It starts off of Mount Giant, Czech Republic before flowing through much-loved Bohemia (Czech lands) and German regions to meet up with its North Sea counterpart approximately 110 kilometers Northwest near Hamburg
The longbody needs 1,094 km total for an adventure that will take you on a journey across some great scenery.
There are many things to see along the Elbe river. In Bohemia, you can check out Český Krumlov Castle, a 13th-century castle that sits atop a hill overlooking the town. If you’re into hiking, the Elbe Sandstone Mountains offer some great trails with amazing views. And of course, no trip down the Elbe would be complete without a stop in Hamburg, Germany’s second-largest city and one of the most important port cities in Europe.
Whether you’re looking for history, nature, or just a good time, the Elbe river has something to offer everyone. So pack your bags and get ready for an unforgettable trip!