Type: Day Tours in Venice
Departs From: Venice
Meeting Point: Will be indicated on voucher
Duration: 3 hours and 30 minutes
Available: daily at 09:30; 14:30 or 14:00
Product Code: 3539
Board a Gran Turismo motor boat from St. Mark's and ride through the Venetian lagoon to explore the three main islands of Murano, Burano and Torcello.
Murano is the closest island to Venice town and is famous for its glassmaking industry, with pieces known for its particular colors and exquisite chandeliers. Visit a typical glass factory and watch a "maestro" working on an artistic glass piece.
The most beautiful and interesting island is Burano. See all the fishermen's houses painted in pastel colors and examine their famous hand-made lace as you visit one of the lace shops of the island. Make sure you have your camera ready because you would not want to miss a photo opportunity in this unique island.
Torcello is situated just behind Burano. This small island is famous for its cathedral with spectacular Byzantine gold and stone mosaics. Explore this small yet magical island and find peace as you walk around its ancient monuments and the Ponticello del Diavolo (Devil's Little Bridge), a term given to ancient bridges believed to be constructed either with the help of the Devil or against the wishes of the Devil.
- Lagoon ride
- Murano Glass Factory
- Burano Lace Shop
- Lagoon ride
- Visit to Murano, Burano and Torcello Islands
- Glass factory and lace shop visit
- Meals and drinks
- Tips and gratuities
- Personal expenses
- Entrance to Cathedral, Museum and Bell Tower of Torcello
- Hotel pick-up
- On 01 September 2013 the 14:30 tour will end at Fondamente Nove instead of San Zaccaria.
- On 15 September 2013 the tour will not include the visit of Torcello due to a local race.
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Price per adult $26.17
Price per child $13.09
Departs daily at 09:30; 14:30
- Prices are per person
- Child prices are valid for children ages 11 and below.
"Good way to see more of venice without walking too much. Murano, you don't do too much, but the other 2 islands you get to walk around and see things. "
melissa C., USA