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Explore the Po River with its ancient cities and the Venetian Lagoon home to Venice and many historic islands.

The Po is the longest river in Italy at 405 miles (652 km), rising in the Alps on Italy's western border and emptying into the Adriatic Sea in the east. Italy's River Po Valley boasts a wealth of art, culture and tradition.

It winds generally east in a wide valley, past Turin, Pavia, Piacenza, Cremona, and Ferrara, to enter the Adriatic Sea through several mouths. The Po valley is densely populated and is the most important industrial and agricultural region of Italy, with fruits, grains, sugar beets and livestock.

From quaint fishing villages to large historic cities such as Bologna and Verona, you'll pass through charming countryside, view incredible art, experience rich culture, and enjoy the delicious cuisine of northern Italy. Most Po River cruises visit Venice, one of the world's most romantic and interesting cities. See the famous sights including the Grand Canal, walk around St Marks Square and visit the islands of Murano and Burano. The Po is a very relaxing river to cruise.

Po River