The most famous Venetian “regatante”(woman who rowing) is Maria Boscola da Marina. She won the first race when she was very young in 1740 and the last one in 1784 well forty-four years later, in what was the last regatta in which women participated before the fall of the Serenissima Republic.
If you are in Venice on Monday, November 11th, you may meet children beating pots and lids. What happens in the city on [...]
E mi me ne so ‘ndao is a Venetian folk song that dates back to the 17th century. Let yourself be lulled by these notes on your journey to discover places out of the ordinary.
The Mulberry tree is the symbol of Certosa Island’s Park. This tree, a majestic exemplary unique in the Lagoon of Venice, is the king of the island. As for all kings also for the tree of the Certosa there is a story to tell.
When in 1999 the Malerba family took over the property of Villa Alberti, they found a surprise in the historic park to welcome [...]
Red Regatta is a contemporary art project created by artist Melissa McGill. The project will involve 52 traditional boats armed with sails al terzo [...]
Today we take you to the discovery the brolo of Villa Alberti, an elegant 18th century Venetian villa situated along the charming Riviera del Brenta, just a few minutes from Venice and Padua.
Our friend Marzia Bonini sent us these exciting images of her encounter with a Caretta caretta turtle sighted yesterday in the Ionian Sea, along [...]
Chioggia is known as the "little Venice". Situated on the extreme southern edge of the Lagoon of Venice, Chioggia is suspended between the sea [...]
The Fish Festival of Chioggia is one of the most popular and eagerly awaited events in Veneto. This year it is the 81st edition. [...]