Luciano Pellicolli has been rowing people through the canals of Venice for some 30 years. DW meets him to hear his story and get a personal tour of his home city.
A ride in a gondola in Venice is a must for most tourists. Luciano Pellicolli has been rowing people through the canals of Venice for some 30 years. We meet him to hear his story and get a personal tour of his home city.
"Tourists destroy what they are looking for by finding it," wrote German writer Hans-Magnus Enzensberger — and that applies to Venice today. Still, DW reporter Juan Martinez has found ways to avoid the crowds.
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