Question: What is the longest river in the continent of Europe?
Answer: At a length of 3,692 km or 2,294 miles, Europe’s longest river is The Volga in Russia.
The Volga’s source is located in the Valdai Hills of north-west Russia, south-east of St. Petersburg.
From there it runs east and then south, then finally along the city of Volgograd and into the Caspian Sea.
The Volga drains water from much of Western-Russia with many of it’s biggest cities including Moscow being located within The Volga’s drainage basin.
The Caspian Sea, where all that immense amount of water drains into is the worlds largest enclosed body of water.