Visit Rovigo, site of the “Accademia dei Concordi” Academy of Sciences, Art and Letters, the Great Rivers Museum and Palazzo Roverella, which hosts important exhibitions.
Explore the Porto Caleri coastal Botanical Garden, which preserves the unique environment of the Veneto coastal forest.
Don’t miss the National Archeological Museum of Adria, the city that gave the Adriatic Sea its name.
Discover the Delta Park on a bike or in a boat, spotting hundreds of water birds amid marshes, sand bars and bonelli (reedy brackish areas).
Participate in the “whispered” seafood auction at the historic fish market in Porto Viro.
See the mussel harvest in the Sacca di Scardovari at dawn.
Taste, i peoci (mussels), sautéed, just-harvested from historic fishing shacks; cannaroli rice, musso (donkey) stew, grilled bisato (eel)...
Make a pilgrimage to Fratta Polesine to visit the house where the first “carbonari” revolutionary society meeting of the Italian Risorgimento took place, and the home of Matteotti, victim of Fascism.
Go to The Island of Albarella for a day of sport at the magnificent 18-hole ‘sea links’ golf course, or arrange a horseback ride amid the dikes and beaches, or a sport fishing outing on the Po River or the sea.