Full-Day Boat Trip of Venice Islands from St. Mark's Square
- Duration: 6 hours
Sail to Murano, visit one of the island’s glassworks, and attend a demonstration of a master glassmaker. Alternatively (or additionally), you can walk to the lighthouse or opt for a visit to the iconic sights of Murano, such as the Basilica of Santi Maria and Donato, the Glass Museum, and Palazzo da Mula. Next, visit Burano, highlighted by its colorful houses. Enjoy some free time to visit the leaning bell tower, the house of Bepi Suà, or the Lace Museum. Your last stop will be Torcello, where Venetian civilization was born. The first settlements date back to the 7th century when local folks sought refuge on the island to escape the Barbarian invasions. Today Torcello has just over 10 inhabitants, but its historical and artistic testimonies make it a very popular destination for visitors from all over the world. Enjoy a splendid panoramic view of a Venetian lagoon before returning.
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Everything worked. Unfortunately, with such large groups there are always some who do not adhere to the orientation times - and then the stays on the next island stops are shorter. Burano we would have liked to have had more time. But the excursion was nice and well organized. Tour guide didn't say much / just what the islands are called left and right and when the departure time is
Great guided tour, great price / performance ratio for Venice. Guide was informative and in a good mood. Ship was modern only criticism. Stay in Murano was rather tight at just over 1 hour (glassblower demonstration, sightseeing in the city and shopping)
Very well organized. The tour allows you to visit beautiful islands. Tortello has an amazing church
The easiest way to see the islands at a minimum cost.A worth-having experience!
All was nice. Price for trip and places where we be was adorable.