Eventually, all things merge into one, and a river runs through it.” This quote holds true for many rivers across the world who have played an important part in the country or the city’s expansion and history. From providing trade routes to ferlie land and waterways for transport, important bridges linking the world outside and more…
DANUBE RIVER, BUDAPEST, HUNGARY
Europe’s second largest river, the Danube River is the life line of this historic city, stretching through 28 kms within the city. Famous for beautiful bridges connecting Buda with the Pest side, busy roads and tram lines dotted with cafés lining its banks, breath-taking riverfront views from the hilly Buda side including the Hungarian Parliament and so on.
MISSISSIPPI RIVER, NEW ORLEANS, USA
What makes this culturally rich American city seem even more fascinating is the beautiful, timeless French and Spanish architecture set in its serene Garden District and reliving American good times along the Bourbon Street where visitors can truly immerse themselves in the notoriously rich nightlife of any rover port city. The Mississippi is the largest river in the USA, is often referred to as the country’s heart and soul and plays a significant role in the American economy.
SABARMATI RIVER, AHMEDABAD, INDIA
The city of Ahmedabad which is the state capital of Gujarat has a historical significance with the Sabarmati. As part of the waterfront project along the banks of the Sabarmati River in Ahmedabad, the Sabarmati Riverfront an array of facilities are open to the public such as scenic walks, concert venues and water sports. Proposed in the 1960s, the construction began in 2005. Since 2012, the waterfront is gradually opened to public as and when facilities opened up.