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T o u r c r a f t e r s


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"THINK DIFFERENT AND RENT AN HOUSEBOAT!


No license and no experience is needed. Learning is easy!


A boating holiday in Italy is the best way to discover the Italian waterways and recharge your batteries spending relaxing time with your family and friends. Houseboats are the new and exciting way to go on vacation. Comfortable and safe, they are suitable for holidays with family and friends to relax and have fun. For the charter you do not need a boat license and you do not need experience. You will travel to lakes, lagoons and rivers to discover local culture and traditions as you have never done before. Houseboats are true floating houses: they are equipped for maximum comfort and maximum safety on board.


We can suggest many itineraries, but once you have left, you will decide your itinerary and your browsing pace…


TREASURES OF FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA


A SIMPLE ITINERARY FOR BEGINNERS


If you are thinking of renting a houseboat for the first time, we have launched a new itinerary dedi- cated to those who have little experience and can feel intimidated by the areas with the most traffic like Venice: a sequence of milestones, but without taking anything away from the quality of the itine- rary that will lead you to discover the most beau- tiful and evocative corners of Veneto and Friuli.


Set off to discover Friuli Venezia Giulia on board your boat without a license. It is a unique itinerary that will allow you to cross historical centers of great beauty and interest, as well as valuable natural oases. The Lagoon of Marano and Grado will give you unforgettable moments: the typical casoni, spectacular sunsets, fish feast in restaurants accessible only by boat.


VENETIAN VILLAS AND PADUA


The magnificent Venetian villas that rise along the river Brenta will accompany you on a cultural cruise suitable for the whole family. The delightful villages you meet will offer you precious views and excellent restaurants. The navigation culmi- nates in the rich art city of Padua: visit the cue churches, its squares and its palaces.


You can rent it in many places as: France


VENICE & MINOR ISLANDS


The houseboat cruise in Venice is a unique expe- rience. You will decide the timing of the cruise: if you prefer you can visit every detail of the island, or you can leave on your boat to discover the beautiful islands that surround it.


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