The Vistula is the largest river in Poland and flows 651 miles (1,047 kilometres) through Pomerania passing nature reserves, castles and palaces and historic town and cities. The Vistula rises in the western Beskid range, in southern Poland and flows generally from south to north through the mountains and foothills of southern Poland and across the lowland areas of the great North European Plain, ending in a delta estuary that enters the Baltic Sea near the Hanseatic city of Gdansk.

There are no cruises on this river at the moment.

 


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