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Boating in waterways in Veneto and in Friuli on a self driven river cruiser is an unforgettable and unique experience, but it is important to know the navigation tricks.
Easter is one of the most important holidays of the year, and over the centuries it has united religion and folklore. But what are the Easter traditions in Veneto?
There is no better way to celebrate Pentecost than a boating holiday, along the Italian waterways in the northeast Adriatic coast. Enjoy the upcoming summer when the climate is absolutely perfect for outdoor activities.
The Briccole are one of the symbols of Venice, although less known to mass tourism. You can meet them while navigating in the lagoons of Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia. But what is their story?
The 2023 season will open in a few weeks. Spring is the period of the year where sailing means saving money, avoid crowding and enjoy awakening nature.
The invention and the history of the navigation lock, from Leonardo da Vinci to today, easily explained.
The history of Baccalà Veneto (Cod) from the origins to traditional dishes become a classic of Italian cuisine, known throughout the world.
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.
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.