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River Po & Venice Lagoon

 

Measuring 405 miles long, the Po River is Italy’s longest.  Flowing eastward across northern Italy the Po River is connected to Milan through a system of channels (which you may be surprised to know Leonardo da Vinci helped to design), finally merging into the Adriatic Sea near Venice.  These two legendary cities helped to provide inspiration to Uniworld Boutique River Cruises for an enchanting itinerary, which can be found as part of our Po River Cruise Deals.

 

 

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Po River & Venice Lagoon Cruise Highlights

 

Milan

One of the world's leading fashion capitals, Milan is a mecca for fashionistas.  Renowned for its high-end fashion houses, luxury boutiques, and designer brands, the city plays host to prestigious fashion event Milan Fashion Week – an event where top designers showcase their latest collections.  Given it’s reputation, unsurprisingly, Milan is home to the World’s oldest shopping arcade - Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II (built by architect Giuseppe Mengoni between 1865 and 1877).   Located just a 1 minute walk away from it’s entrance you’ll find the Milan Cathedral, Duomo di Milano – which took a staggering six centuries to complete.  Alternatively, venture 1 hr 45 mins out of Milan to visit Lake Como and Bellagio as part of a Masterpiece Collection optional excursion. 

 

The Milan, Venice & The Jewels Of Veneto itinerary will see Milan & Venice bookend an unforgettable experience throughout the Veneto region.  

 

Venice

Fine dining or sipping Aperol Spritz al fresco; exquisite artwork in both expected and unexpected places; and romantic gondolas along calm waterways - all things synonymous with the beautiful city of Venice.  Venice is a city steeped in charm.

 

Embark on the Venice & The Jewels Of Veneto cruise with Uniworld Boutique River Cruises to uncover the enchanted beauty and breath-taking history of Venice from an enviable location onboard a luxurious all-inclusive floating boutique hotel.

 

 

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