In the Press: The Independent

On The Road: See a different side of Venice by boarding a kayak Venice Kayak together with the Hotel Cipriani is mentioned in the Independent of August 9th, 2013: After three hours of criss-crossing the snaking Grand Canal for close-up views of the palaces, churches and galleries that reside along its banks, and paddling down…

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In the Press: The Washington Post

Venice Kayak, the Certosa island in general, the Venice Certosa Hotel in particular and the restaurant Il Certosina has received a fleeting mention in an article in the Washington Post recently: Reviving the lagoon Until recently the foreboding, overgrown site of a former military base and the ruins of a Carthusian monastery, Isola della Certosa…

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In the Press: Sunday Times

Venice Kayak has been featured in The Sunday Times, on October 7th: The Grand Canal is silent. The still surface of the water is a glossy black, mirroring the night sky. On either side, the six-storey palazzos soar up and their reflections plummet down, a bottomless symmetry of baroque. Floating in the dead centre of it all, I rest…

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In the Press: The Age – Gondolas at starboard

Helen Anderson sets out from the splendid Hotel Cipriani by kayak for an afternoon of exploring Venice’s waterways. ‘Wonderful!” exclaims a Japanese tourist. He jumps to his feet, causing the gondola to rock and the sour-faced gondolier to curse, then aims his long lens and starts taking photographs. Of me. A little later, an American…

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In the press: WISH

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The Australian magazine WISH has published an article (login required) about our partner, the five star Hotel Cipriani in Venice, with this mention of Venice Kayak’s tours from the Cipriani: Must do Discover Venice by kayak. The Cipriani can organise a guided kayak tour that will take you to parts of Venice that most tourists…

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Press: Venedigs geheime Wasserwege

This article appeared in the Die Zeit, on May 31st, 2011. Venedigs geheime WasserwegeMarschen, Klöster und verlassene Wehranlagen: Wer mit dem Kajak durch die Kanäle paddelt, dem erschließt sich Venedigs Wasserwelt auf ungeahnte Weise neu. via Kajaktour: Venedigs geheime Wasserwege | Reisen | ZEIT ONLINE.

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