The Danube is a large river and is part of the Rhine-Main-Danube-Black Sea. It runs for 2324.05 kilometres through 18 locks from Kelheim (where it joins the Main-Danube Canal) to Dunărea - Canalul Dunăre-Marea Neagră derivație (where it joins the Canalul Dunăre-Marea Neagră).

The exact dimensions of the largest boat that can travel on the waterway are not known. The maximum headroom is not known. The maximum draught is not known.

Junction of the Main - Danube Canal with the Danube
Saal Road Bridge 1.97 kilometres 0 locks
Poikam Railway Bridge 13.38 kilometres 0 locks
Bad Abbach Barrier Bridge 13.63 kilometres 0 locks
Schleuse Bad Abbach 17.94 kilometres 0 locks
Sinzing Motorway Bridge 31.33 kilometres 1 lock
Sinzing Railway Bridge 32.56 kilometres 1 lock
Mariaort Railway Bridge 34.04 kilometres 1 lock
Pfaffenstein Motorway Bridge 40.16 kilometres 1 lock
Regensburg Hydro-power Station Footbridge 40.28 kilometres 1 lock
Upper Palatinate Bridge 41.50 kilometres 1 lock
Schleuse Regensburg 42.17 kilometres 1 lock
Protzenweiher Bridge 42.36 kilometres 2 locks
Nibelungen Bridge 44.01 kilometres 2 locks
Schwabelweis Railway Bridge 46.19 kilometres 2 locks
Schwabelweis Road Bridge 46.86 kilometres 2 locks
Donaustauf Road Bridge 56.26 kilometres 2 locks
Wörth Danube Bridge 72.27 kilometres 2 locks
Schleuse Geisling 77.76 kilometres 2 locks
Pfatter Road Bridge 79.10 kilometres 3 locks
Schleuse Straubing 102.55 kilometres 3 locks
Straubing West Bypass Bridge 102.80 kilometres 4 locks
Agnes Bernauer Bridge 105.34 kilometres 4 locks
Reibersdorf Road Bridge 108.95 kilometres 4 locks
Bogen Railway Bridge 115.55 kilometres 4 locks
Franz Xaver Hafner Bridge 119.52 kilometres 4 locks
Metten Motorway Bridge 139.40 kilometres 4 locks
Deggendorf Railway Bridge 145.09 kilometres 4 locks
Fischerdorf Motorway Bridge 145.64 kilometres 4 locks
Deggendorf 146.34 kilometres 4 locks
Schleuse Kachlet 207.08 kilometres 4 locks
Passau 208.52 kilometres 5 locks
Schleuse Jochenstein 239.61 kilometres 5 locks
Germany - Austria Border 241.60 kilometres 6 locks
Schleuse Aschach 277.94 kilometres 6 locks
Schleuse Ottensheim-Wilhering 294.84 kilometres 7 locks
Linz 309.86 kilometres 8 locks
Schleuse Abwinden-Asten 327.30 kilometres 8 locks
Schleuse Wallsee-Mitterkirchen 357.35 kilometres 9 locks
Schleuse Ybbs-Persenbeug 397.18 kilometres 10 locks
Schleuse Melk 421.65 kilometres 11 locks
Krems ander Donau 463.98 kilometres 12 locks
Schleuse Altenwörth 489.76 kilometres 12 locks
Tulln 511.20 kilometres 13 locks
Schleuse Greifenstein 530.96 kilometres 13 locks
Vienna 555.73 kilometres 14 locks
Schleuse Freudenau 567.81 kilometres 14 locks
Austria - Slovakia Border 628.36 kilometres 15 locks
Zámok Gabčíkovo
Gabčíkovo Lock
693.20 kilometres 15 locks
Mária Valéria Bridge 818.69 kilometres 16 locks
Slovakia - Hungary Border 833.23 kilometres 16 locks
Megyeri Hid
Northern M0 Danube bridge,
874.72 kilometres 16 locks
Újpesti Railway Bridge
Carries the Budapest-Esztergom suburban railway line
882.37 kilometres 16 locks
Árpád Híd 886.61 kilometres 16 locks
Margit Hid
Margaret Bridge
890.32 kilometres 16 locks
Széchenyi Lánchíd 892.78 kilometres 16 locks
Budapest 893.43 kilometres 16 locks
Erzsébet Hid
Elisabeth Bridge
894.17 kilometres 16 locks
Szabadság Hid
Liberty Bridge or Freedom Bridge
895.20 kilometres 16 locks
Petőfi Hid
Petőfi Bridge (named after Sándor Petőfi, old name is Horthy Miklós Bridge)
896.58 kilometres 16 locks
Rákóczi Hid 898.20 kilometres 16 locks
Deák Ferenc Hid
M0 motorway south
912.61 kilometres 16 locks
Pentele Hid
M8 Danube Bridge
998.27 kilometres 16 locks
Hungary - Croatia Border 1154.47 kilometres 16 locks
Croatia - Serbia Border 1279.11 kilometres 16 locks
Novi Sad 1327.36 kilometres 16 locks
Serbia - Romania Border 1505.40 kilometres 16 locks
Zámok Ðjerdap / Portile de Fier I
Djerdap Lock One in the Iron Gates Gorge
1637.28 kilometres 16 locks
Zámok Ðjerdap / Portile de Fier II
Djerdap Lock in the Iron Gates Gorge
1694.57 kilometres 17 locks
Dunărea - Canalul Dunăre-Marea Neagră derivație
Junction of the Danube with the Danube-Black Sea Canal
2324.05 kilometres 18 locks
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The Danube (/ˈdænjuːb/ DAN-ewb, also known by other names) is Europe's second-longest river, after the Volga River, and also the longest river in the European Union region. It is located in Central and Eastern Europe.

The Danube was once a long-standing frontier of the Roman Empire, and today flows through 10 countries. Originating in Germany, the Danube flows southeast for 2,860 km (1,780 mi), passing through or touching the border of Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova and Ukraine before emptying into the Black Sea. Its drainage basin extends into nine more countries.

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