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Museo della Marineria

Via Carlo Armellini 18, 47042, Cesenatico, Italy
+39 0547 79205
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Private Tour: Discovering Leonardo da Vinci Canal Harbour in Cesenatico
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  • Average4%
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Via Carlo Armellini 18, 47042, Cesenatico, Italy
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+39 0547 79205
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Reviewed 10 August 2017

It is such a charming sight: a collection of colorful old sailing ships anchored along a section of a canal. (They are all replicas, of course.) Information on each ship is displayed on tables. It is best to visit when the weather is good, as...More

Thank Karakaspapa
Reviewed 5 July 2017

Usually when you think about museums you think of displays in dusty old glass showcases. Not here! This museum is another good example of museums in Italy, so well presented and well done, even if in a small town. The descriptions are in Italian and...More

Thank Aussies11
Reviewed 31 May 2017 via mobile

They open the gates for a party.First time i been there.Very nice to see old yatch sailing boats and small fishermen boats.I will visit one more time.

Thank Hamdinkaya
Reviewed 4 May 2017

I must admit I was as surprised as fascInated to find such an unique museum in an otherwise not well known (not in the US at least) little town. Really lovely especially while enjoying a gelato!

Thank Travis Z
Reviewed 14 July 2015 via mobile

The Museo della Marineria is a very nice little ship and fishing boat presentation close to the Porto Canale. It is surrounded by plenty of restaurants, bars and shops.

5  Thank FrankGeisler
Reviewed 6 February 2015

I find this place very unique and fascinating if you wish to see how sailor's life of this small and typical city was like in ancient times. Excellent price / quality ratio, nice pieces of art, very beautiful boat inside, everything you need to know...More

1  Thank Gianinaaa
Reviewed 4 January 2015

Stunning outdoor exhibit of family fishing vessels that are other-worldly. Beautifully kept museums and friendly people.

1  Thank Dodie E
Reviewed 27 May 2014

Cesenatico is a fabulous place to stay we stayed for a week and it was superb the museum is both outside and inside The outer part is lit up at night and provides a stunning backdrop to the bustling restaurants along the quay The harbour...More

Thank John M
Reviewed 29 July 2013

The display of sailing barges at the head of the port canal is a "head turner". These beautiful timber ships from a near forgotten era were the backbone of commerce in the Adriatic from Roman times up to the 1920s, when larger powered vessels marked...More

1  Thank BSA-Biker
Reviewed 2 May 2013

We liked a visit to museum of Marineria in Cesenatico, which is located in a famous port of cesenatico. It is interesting that the boats are exhibited not only INSIDE the museum but also OUTSIDE, on the canal. It is a really beautiful sight, especially...More

1  Thank ELENA R
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