What’s the longest river in Europe?
Excluding the Volga River in Russia which is 2,194 miles/3531 km and technically the biggest in Europe, the Vistula which is 651 miles/1047 km, Don, Dnieper 1,420 mi./2,286 km, the Oder 531 miles/854km are some of the longest rivers.. Also not on the list are the Tiber which is 245 miles/394 km and the Thames which is 215 miles/346 km.
|Top 10 Longest Rivers in Western Europe (from/to)||Miles||Kilometers|
|1- Danube (Black Sea)||1766||2842|
|2- Rhine (Germany)||850||1367|
|3- Elbe (Germany)||725||1167|
|4- Loire (France)||630||1014|
|5- Tagus (Toledo, Spain to Lisbon, Portugal)||627||1009|
|6- Meuse (Belgium/France)||590||949|
|7- Ebro (Reinosa to Tortosa, Spain)||580||933|
|8- Rhone (x, Switz. To South of Arles, Fr)||505||813|
|9- Guadiana (East of Valdepenas to Vila Real de Santo Antonio, Portugal)||500||805|
|10- Seine (France)||482||776|
|source: Webster’s New World Pocket Book of Facts|