A THOUSAND EYES AND A THOUSAND FINS: E-BIKE TO DISCOVER THE CREATURES OF RIVER, THE LAGOON AND THE SEA


Duration: 10 hours

Price: from € 135.00 (per person)

Departure/ Arrival: Vicenza

Tour: Treviso, Sile river

Transfer: Vicenza/Treviso; Jesolo/Vicenza

 

 

This Family Friendly Tour kicks off in city of Treviso and explores the beauty of the verdant nature of these flourishing lands. Along the ancient city walls, the Sile River flows slowly and steadily.

 

On Paradise Island, children's eyes are wide open and happy to see animals living freely between land and water. Between canals in the center, fish and ducks play within gentle currents of Europe's longest resurgence river.

 

From the impressive Porta Altinia the great adventure begins along the ancient Restera, the road that leads to the Lagoon. In the Cemetery of Burci (the old Venetian boats), turtles sunbathe with cormorants and herons while the regal swans preside over the waters. A lunch stop on the banks of the Sile river where pirates used to sail.

 

In the afternoon we will set off on the E-Bike towards the welcome breeze of the Lagoonand the discovery of the sea inhabitants of the Sea Life Aquarium. From the sea tunnel, the Iggy turtle welcomes you to the magical underwater kingdom of King Poseidon.

Aquabilia, a family adventure

€135.00Price
N. of people
  • 1 .  Treviso and the Paradise Island: by E-Bike in the center of the city of waters

     

    2 . In the park of the Sile River along the ancient Restera

     

    3 . Turtles and other animals of the Burci Cemetery

     

    4 . In E-Bike to the conquest of the Lagoon

     

    5. Discovering the Kingdom of King Poseidon at the Sea Life Aquarium

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