Famed for its sprawling maze of waterways, Amsterdam’s canals are probably the city’s most iconic feature. The Dutch capital is home to a whopping 165 canals
The Grachtengordel, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Winding through Canada’s capital Ottawa, the Rideau Canal is the oldest continuously operated canal system in North America.
Rideau Canal, Ontario, Canada
Slicing across the Isthmus of Corinth, this tiny Greek waterway links the Gulf of Corinth in the northwest with the Saronic Gulf in the southeast.
Corinth Canal, Corinth, Greece
Just northeast of Amsterdam bordering Overijssel’s Weerribben-Wieden National Park is a remote Dutch village hailed for its heavenly waterways.
Giethoorn canals, Giethoorn, Netherlands
Traversing the border between England and Wales, the breathtaking Llangollen Canal connects the Welsh town of Llangollen with Hurleston in Cheshire.
Llangollen Canal, England and Wales,
Carving into Dubai’s sprawling metropolis, this modern waterway can be found in the city’s Old Quarter. First opened in 2016, the water canal is roughly two miles long (3.2km
Dubai Water Canal, Dubai, UAE
Famed for its unparalleled beauty, this pretty waterway of southern France dates back hundreds of years. Built by engineer Pierre-Paul Riquet in the mid-17th century,
Canal du Midi, France