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We are not talking about the French Burgundy here, but about north Italy, about the lagoons and the rivers in Venetia and Friuli-Venezia-Giulia.
Can I tie my boat wherever I want during my holiday? How do I know if I will find a free spot? Where can I find available moorage places for my houseboat? These and other frequent questions will be answered in this article, in which you will get to know everything you need.
September and October are the ideal months to discover the less known attractions, as for example the secular secrets of the clock in the tower of Sant ’Andrea - church. Cruising on a houseboat in autumn will allow you to unveil the myths and the legends of the Lagoon of Venice.
How many hours per week are spent cruising? How many kilometres can be covered? How many towns and cities can be visited? These are interesting questions, which we will try to answer.
Spend your autumn holiday on a canal boat in Italy, in the month of October. The price is the lowest of the year. The mild climate, the days still quite long, the clear sky and few tourists will surround your navigation
Where does its name stem from? What does the black cat want? Why is the devil so attached to this place? Discover all this, and much more, sailing on a houseboat in autumn.
This funny, ironic story told in first person will help you understanding how you shouldn't prepare yourself for your boat cruise
Composed of 3 elements: sparkling white wine, fizzy water and Aperol. It is the climax of a typical boating day, and it comes at 6pm.
Many events take place all around the area this summer, like every year, to be enjoyed during the cruise. They recall our history and are an unmissable opportunity to enrich your river boating holiday
Take advantage of our 15% discount, reserved for those who book at least 150 days prior to departure.
An experience in close contact with water, along the slow flowing river, away from crowds and mass tourism.
Secluded beaches, sometimes unknown islets, historic villages, and culinary culture.