The Danube ( , Slovak: Dunaj, , Croatian: Dunav, Serbian: Дунав/Dunav, Bulgarian: Дунав, , , Latin: Danuvius) is Europe's second-longest river (after the Volga). ...more on Wikipedia about "Danube"
The Drava or Drave ( German: Drau, Slovenian, Croatian and Italian: Drava, Hungarian: Dráva) is a river in southern Central Europe. It rises in South Tyrol, Italy and flows east through East Tyrol and Carinthia in Austria, into Slovenia (145 km), and then southeast, passing through Croatia and soon forming most of the border between Croatia and Hungary, before it joins the Danube near Osijek. It has a length of 725 km (450 mi). ...more on Wikipedia about "Drava"
The Enns is a southern tributary of the Danube River and 254 km long. ...more on Wikipedia about "Enns River"
Gail is the name of a river in southern Austria. It flows from west to east, north of the borders with Italy and Slovenia. It flows into the river Drave in Villach. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gail River"
The Glan River is a river in Carinthia, Austria. It rises north of the Wörthersee in the Ossiacher Tauern mountains, then running through Feldkirchen, going northeastwards until it reaches St. Veit an der Glan where it bends sharply towards south. It flows through the Zollfeld, the historical heart of Carinthia, through Klagenfurt, the state capital. At Ebenthal, the southeast corner of Klagenfurt, it bends eastwards and flows into the river Gurk. ...more on Wikipedia about "Glan River"
Gurk ( Slovenian Krka) is a river in Carinthia, Austria. It is a northern left tributary of the river Drave. The 120 km long river flows from under Gurktaler Alps, near the border of Austrian provinces of Styria and Carinthia. It flows through the Gurktal valley towards east. Near Straßburg it turns southwards and it outflows into the Drave between Klagenfurt and Völkermarkt. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gurk"
The Ill is a 72 km long tributary of the Rhine river in the western Austrian province of Vorarlberg. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ill (Austria)"
The Inn is a river in Switzerland, Austria and Germany. It is a tributary of the Danube and 517 km in length. ...more on Wikipedia about "Inn River"
The Isar is the third largest river in Bavaria, Germany. On second position ...more on Wikipedia about "Isar"
The Kitzbühler Ache is a river in the Kitzbühel district, Tyrol, Austria. As Jochberger Ache it sources near Pass Thurn. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kitzbühler Ache"
The Lech (Licus, Licca) is a river in Austria and Germany. It is a tributary of the Danube and 264 km (125 miles) in length, with a drainage basin of 2,550 sq. miles. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lech River"
The Leitha ( German: Leitha; Hungarian: Lajta) is a river in Central Europe with a length of approximately 180 km. It is formed in eastern Austria at the confluence of two headstreams (Schwarza and Pitten). Near Nickelsdorf it passes into Hungary where it flows into an arm of the Danube river near Mosonmagyaróvár. ...more on Wikipedia about "Leitha"
This is a list of rivers at least partially located in Austria. Nearly all of Austria is drained by the Danube into the Black Sea. Rivers that flow into the sea are sorted alphabetically. Rivers that flow into other rivers are sorted by the proximity of their points of confluence to the sea (the lower in the list, the more upstream). Some rivers (e.g. Vltava) do not flow through Austria themselves, but they are mentioned for having Austrian tributaries. They are given in italics. An alphabetical list of Austrian rivers is given at the end. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of rivers of Austria"
The Loisach is a river in Tyrol, Austria and Bavaria, Germany. It is a tributary to the Isar. The source of the Loisach is near Ehrwald in Austria. The Loisach flows past Garmisch-Partenkirchen and into the Kochelsee. The Loisach then flows out of Kochelsee and joins the Isar at Wolfratshausen. A canal joins the Isar and the Loisach enabling boat traffic to avoid the bridges at Wolfratshausen. ...more on Wikipedia about "Loisach"
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Lužnice (Lainsitz in German) is river in Czech Republic (204 km) starting in Austria (4 km). It flows into the Vltava river in Týn nad Vltavou (approx. 50 km north of České Budějovice). The river drains 4,226 square kilometers. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lužnice"
The Morava (as it is called in Czech and Slovak languages) or the March (as it is known in German) is a river located in Central Europe. It is the most important river of Moravia, which derives its name from it. The river originates at the Králický Sněžník mountain in the north-western corner of Moravia, near the border between the Czech Republic and Poland and has a vaguely southern trajectory. The lower part of the course of the rivers forms the border between the Czech Republic and Slovakia and then between Austria and Slovakia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Morava River, Central Europe"
Mura ( German Mur) is a river in Central Europe, a subsidiary of the bigger Drava and subsequently the Danube. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mura"
The Pinka is a river in Central Europe with a length of approximately 55 km. Its source is located in Styria, eastern Austria, next to the provincial border of Burgenland. It passes into Hungary between the villages of Burg and Felsőcsatár, and crosses the Austrian-Hungarian border five times. Further it flows into the Rába river near Körmend. Its main tributary is the Strem brook. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pinka"
Rába (-Hungarian, in German: Raab, in Slovenian Raba) is a river in south-eastern Austria and western Hungary, tributary to the river Danube. Its source is in Austria, some km east of Bruck an der Mur. It flows through the Austrian states Styria and Burgenland, and the Hungarian counties Vas and Győr-Moson-Sopron. It flows into an arm of the Danube (Mosoni-Duna) in northwest Hungary, in the city Győr. Towns along the river Rába are Gleisdorf, Feldbach (both in Austria), Szentgotthárd and Körmend (Hungary). ...more on Wikipedia about "Rába"
At 1,320 kilometres (820 miles) and an average discharge of more than 2,000 cubic meters per second, the Rhine ( German Rhein, French Rhin, Dutch Rijn, Romansch: Rein, Italian: Reno) is one of the longest and most important rivers in Europe. The name of the Rhine in all these languages comes from Celtic Renos, literally "that which flows", from the Proto-Indo-European root *rei- ("to flow, run"), which also gave the verb "to run" in English. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rhine"
The Saalach is a river in Austria. It has its spring at the south-eastern slopes of the Staffkogel, a 2115 m high peak of the Kitzbühler Alpen. As a small creek it runs to the east through the ski-resort of Saalbach-Hinterklemm until it bends north at Maishofen. It follows the broad valley to Saalfelden and, meanders furtheron through the narrow valley between the Leonganger and Loferer Steinberge and the Steinernes Meer to Lofer in north-western direction. There it enters a narrow gorge, famous for its white water rafting. Crossing the border to Bavaria ( Germany) at Mellek it flows along the northern slopes of the Reiteralm known for its famous climbing routes. A short distance in front of Bad Reichenhall, a dam of a hydro-electrical power plant collects the waters of the Saalachsee. The power plant provides the energy for the railway line Salzburg, Freilassing, Bad Reichenhall to Berchtesgaden. Having passed Staufeneck, the Saalach leaves the mountains and enters the flat forests called Saalachau. From Piding on north-eastwards the border to Austria follows the river for some 10 km to Freilassing at which northern community border it merges with the river Salzach. ...more on Wikipedia about "Saalach"
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The Salzach is a river in Austria. It is a tributary of the Inn and 225 km in length. ...more on Wikipedia about "Salzach"
The Sill is a 35 km long river in Tyrol, Austria. It is a tributary to the Inn River, merging with it in Innsbruck. It flows through the Wipptal valley, on the north side of the Brenner Pass. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sill River"
The Thaya (- German, Czech: Dyje) is a river in Central Europe, tributary to the Morava. It is about 285 km long and meanders from west to east in the border area between Lower Austria ( Austria) and South Moravia ( Czech Republic), but does not exactly follow the border in most parts. Its source is in two smaller rivers, namely the German Thaya (Deutsche Thaya) and the Moravian Thaya (Czech: Moravská Dyje, German: Mährische Thaya), the confluence of which is located at Raabs. Its name means "the inert". In Tamil Thaya means kind. ...more on Wikipedia about "Thaya"
The Tiroler Achen is a river in Austria and Germany, rising in the Kitzbühel Alps as Großache, a confluence of Kitzbühler Ache, Reither Ache and Fieberbrunner Ache. In Bavaria it mouths as Tiroler Achen into the Chiemsee. (At first sight, the expression Tiroler Achen may look like German language plural, but in fact is Bavarian language singular.) ...more on Wikipedia about "Tiroler Achen"
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