Rivers in Czech Republic

Vltava River
Vltava River, German Moldau, Vltava River river, the longest in the Czech Republic, flowing 270 miles (435 km). Its drainage basin is 10,847 square miles (28,093 square km). The river rises in southwestern Bohemia from two headstreams in the Bohemian Forest, the Teplá Vltava and the Studená Vltava. It flows first southeast, then north across Bohemia, and empties into the Elbe (Czech: Labe) River at Melník, 18 miles (29 km) north of Prague.

Bečva
Berounka
Bílina
Botič
Bystřice
Čeladenka
Chrudimka
Cidlina
Doubrava
Elbe
Flöha
Freiberger Mulde
Gottleuba
Hluchová
Jevišovka
Jihlava
Jizera
Kamenice
Klabava
Klejnárka
Liběchovka
Litavka
Loděnice
Lomná
Lučina
Lusatian Neisse
Lužnice
Malše
Mandau
Metuje
Mírovka
Morava
Moravice
Mrlina
Nežárka
Oder (Odra)
Ohře
Olza (Olše)
Opava
Orlice
Oslava
Ostravice
Otava
Petrůvka
Ploučnice
Pšovka
Punkva
Radbuza
Rolava
Sázava
Střela
Svatava
Svitava
Svratka
Teplá
Thaya
Úhlava
Úpa
Úslava
Vltava
Volyňka
White Elster
Želivka