List of rivers of Italy

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This is a list of rivers, which are at least partially in Italy. They are organized according to what body of water they drain into, with the exceptions of Sicily and Sardinia, which are listed separately.

Draining into the North Sea[change | edit source]

Draining into the Black Sea[change | edit source]

  • Drava (a short section in Italy)
  • Slizza (three-quarters in Italy, a quarter in Austria)
The Slizza drains into the Drava via the Gail in Austria.
  • Spöl (half in Italy, half in Switzerland)

Draining into the Adriatic Sea[change | edit source]

Tributaries of the Adige[change | edit source]

Tributaries of the Po[change | edit source]

The tributaries of the Po River are organized into right- and left-hand tributaries. The lists are ordered from the river closest to the source of the Po to the river closest to the mouth of the Po.

Right-hand tributaries[change | edit source]

Left-hand tributaries[change | edit source]

  • Caffaro (The Caffaro enters Lake Idro which empties into the Chiese.)
  • Re di Anfo (The Re di Anfo enters Lake Idro which empties into the Chiese.)

Rivers draining into Lake Maggiore[change | edit source]

  • Isorno (partly in Switzerland)

Rivers draining into Lake Como[change | edit source]

Draining into the Ionian Sea[change | edit source]

Draining into the Tyrrhenian Sea[change | edit source]

Tributaries of the Tiber[change | edit source]

Draining into the Ligurian Sea[change | edit source]

Rivers of Sicily[change | edit source]

Rivers of Sardinia[change | edit source]

List by letter[change | edit source]