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Boat tour on the Panperduto to Nosate

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Navigation on the Panperduto dam basin: a short tour to discover a jewel of industrial hydraulics. This itinerary allows you to discover up close the secrets of how human ingenuity managed to tame water, building one of the most important hydraulic joints in Lombardy.

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  • Commentary in English
  • Duration 1 hour
  • Electric boat
  • Tour of historical and artistic interest
  • Wi-Fi on board

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Boat tour on the Panperduto to Nosate

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39.00 €


Starting from the Long Canale Villoresi in the locality of Panperduto, it is immediately possible to observe the majestic Dam. This work was inaugurated in 1884 by the project of Eugenio Villoresi, The canal, which was born here and which still today bears the name of its illustrious designer, has completely transformed the territory and the activities connected to it, making fertile an unproductive land and becoming fundamental in the agricultural economy of the countryside north of Milan.

Continuing the 1300-meter route, on the Ticino river you reach the Porto della Torre barrage where the hydroelectric power station of the same name is located, located at the mouth of Lake Maggiore.

Immersed in these territories, in addition to the immense works of engineering, there is the Museo delle Acque Italo <Svizzere, located on the island of Confurto, the ancient building, once used for maintenance equipment, has been renovated in order to grasp to the visitor the essentiality of water for human and natural life. A few steps from the museum is the “Garden of Water Games”, a play area designed to understand and experience the movement and power of water. Visitors can interact with the various installations present, creating a unique edutainment experience.

Once you arrive in Nosate, you will have the opportunity to explore this country with an authentic and rural atmosphere. Nosate retains its traditional charm with small cobbled streets, stone houses and an ancient church that stands in the center of the village.


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