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The Little Venice Short Break


Reviews for the The Little Venice Short Break

You definitely need boating experience. It was quite hard at times. And isn't ideal for small children. That said, the rivers and canals were beautiful and it was unique once in a lifetime experience. Italy and Venice in particular are amazing.
We travelled through many beautiful areas, Treviso down to Venice and everywhere in between. There are some amazing towns and places to stop.
Well - "short" - sort of. 3 weeks aboard our LeBoat cruiser for the 17th trip(out of 23 years). My darling wife and I (just the 2 of us) have cruised nearly every canal in France, Holland, Belgium and England - and the Venice trip was one of the most memorable. As listed below, the surprises that awaited us along the Venice route were amazing. Second only to the food. We each gained a couple of inches around the middle - so be as careful with the eating as much as the maneuvering of the boat along the spacious lagoon and nearby rivers.
Started in Casale, cruised down to Burano, where we spent 3 nights. Beautiful little island with much to see and buy (lace). Then into the Venice area for 4 nights. Anyone who's been to venice knows how beautiful and fun that is - concerts, wandering, pizza everywhere, back streets with little shops. The South to the AMAZING fishing village of Chioggia. Expected to stay overnight - stayed 3 nights. One of the big surprises. Bicycled all over, wonderful village just 3 hours motorng South of Venice. Then a long day to Padua - two nights there, back to Venice for another feast, Burano for another night, then up to Treviso before returning to Casale. Only problem we had - was the drought - for the rivers were low, and we had to moor up 5 miles East of Padua and 10 miles South of Treviso, but the bus rides are frequent and fun.