Naviglio DiVino

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THU, 26 MAY
9:00 PM - 12:00 AM
THU, 23 JUN
9:00 PM - 12:00 AM
THU, 4 AUG
9:00 PM - 12:00 AM
+2
May 26 - September 8, 2022
Porta Portello
Padua (PD), Italy
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Naviglio DiVino

Naviglio DiVino

Tastings in navigation by night!

In collaboration with Strada del Vino Colli Euganei, PadovaNavigli offers an exceptional series of wine tastings in navigation by night from Padua to Stra and back: each evening will see a different winery presenting five glasses of wine combined with small samples of local products!

Program
The evening will start with the departure of the motorboat - scheduled at 9.00 PM (appointment at 8.50 PM) - from the Portello pier of Padua.

The arrival at the pier of Portello in Padua is expected at about 24.00.

Cost
All evenings have a promotional cost of € 35.00 per person!

What the package includes
The package includes: navigation Padova-Stra-Padova, tour leader, tasting composed of 5 glasses of wine accompanied by small samples, half liter of water per person. Any additional drinks or snacks can be purchased at the bar on board.

Booking and more info
https://www.padovanavigli.it/it/naviglio-divino

CONTACT
PadovaNavigli
+39 049 8760233
info@padovanavigli.it

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Location

Porta Portello

Padua (PD), Veneto, Italy
Nearby
  • The oldest church in Padua, dedicated to Saint Sophia, was the original cathedral of Padua, built in the twelfth century on the site of a previous pagan temple.

  • The Altinate San Gaetano is the splendid cultural centre of Padua, designed to promote and disseminate culture in all its forms.

  • The most important Paduan complex of museums features the Archaeological Museum and the Museum of Medieval and Modern Art in a charming former convent.

  • The church, partially destroyed in 1944, preserves the remains of the splendid frescoes painted by Guariento and Andrea Mantegna

  • The Roman Arena of Padua was an amphitheatre used for gladiator games in the ancient Patavium. The Arena ruins are now part of the Giardini dell'Arena park.