The TAR Veneto (Tribunale amministrativo regionale del Veneto) has held a preliminary hearing on October 3rd, to express judgment on the suspension of the kayaking ban.
This post explains in more details where you can go kayaking and when in Venice with the August 1st 2018 ban in force.
Press release announcing the legal recourse at the TAR Veneto against the decision 433/2018 of the City of Venice, sent to the local Venetian press on Monday, September 3rd, 2018:
The City of Venice has banned kayaks in Venice at almost all times, so Venice Kayak can only do a few of the tours advertised on our web site.
Venice bans kayaks and other small boats, favouring damaging and polluting motor traffic over lighter ecological and sustainable means of transport. A ban on kayaking is not the right way forward for Venice.
Venice Kayak has received the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2017, for the fifth year running.
Venice Kayak is based at the Vento di Venezia, on the Certosa island in the lagoon, just east of Venice city. Due to unforeseen experimentation on behalf of ACTV, the public transport company in Venice, the Certosa island has a much inferior service from April 1st until April 29th. The lines 5.1 (Lido – Certosa…
The Carnival in Venice goes back to 1094, but the duration of the carnival was only defined by the Senate of the Republic of Venice in 1296
Venice Kayak has been awarded, for the fourth year running, the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.
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