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Where are Europe's best riverside bike routes?

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I've done a small amount of biking in Germany and have really enjoyed it. Much of the Rhine, most of the Saar, and most of the Mosel have dedicated bike paths that run right beside the river. So as a general rule there are few hills.

I'd like to know what other bike paths run right along rivers. I know the Danube is one. But what happens after Bratislavia? Do the dedicated bike paths continue into Hungary?

Does the Loire bike way (Eurovelo 6) run right along the river with dedicated paths? Or is much of it away from the river on public roads and/or hilly areas?

Obviously I'm thinking about another trip and looking for advice. I'd like to find out about routes with dedicated paths that are very flat. PanenQ, you out there?

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