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Cremona: an amazing town!

Cruises on the river, an extraordinary way to discover Cremona

Cremona: an amazing town!
Cruises on the river, an extraordinary way to discover Cremona

Cremona owes many of its characteristics to the presence of the river Po that, with its elegant flow, makes the territory fertile and rich. A river that you can sail by canoe, or rowing on a boat and from today, for those who feel less active, also sitting comfortably on a motor ship.
Every week-end, in fact, it's possible to live a relaxing moment on the water, leaving from the dock in Largo Marinai d’Italia. Enjoy an itinerary with a group of friends, renting directly a boat and defining with the sailing company new tailor-made sailing paths.

Info: www.cremonacrociere.com - info@cremonacrociere.com
tel. + 39 350 5315352

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