Two different types of cruising waters intersect at the delta of the Po river in northeastern Italy. The Po is navigable upstream to Cremona (small boats can travel further, to Pavia, south of Milan.) The littoral waterways along the Adriatic are an excellent way to visit Venice and the islands of the Laguna Veneta.
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