Venice has been making the headlines due to the exceptionally low water levels in the city’s canals.
Climate change has been cited as the culprit for the dry waterways, but the reality is more complex. I am one of many Venetian residents growing frustrated by the misinformation. So I’m here to set the record straight.
Low water levels are an annual phenomenon here, and they’re only indirectly related to the drought hitting many areas of Europe.
If you’ve booked to visit Venice during this period, you might be worried about how the dry canals will affect your holiday.
As someone who has experienced this phenomenon many times, here’s how to prepare for your
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