Travel to Murano, renowned for its glass-blowing industry, from the Piazzale Roma railway station. The still-thriving tradition, which dates back to the Middle Ages has been passed down through generations and each glass blower has developed their own unique style.
During your one-hour stay on the island, learn to distinguish between the various brands and artisans by watching a glass-blowing demonstration. Continue on to the island of Burano, which is famous for its crochet work and colorful houses.
The leaning bell tower and the main square, Piazza Baldassarre Galuppi, which is named after a significant Venetian composer from the 18th century, provide stunning views of Burano. During your 1.5-hour visit to the island, browse the lace shops. After that, end your trip on Piazza San Marco, where you can stroll around the famous colonnades and see landmarks like the Doge's Palace and Campanile.
Important to know
- There is a multilingual live guide onboard the boat
- Trips are performed everyday of the week
- You will have 1 hour and 30 minutes in Burano and approximately 45 minutes in Murano (incl. 20 minutes at the glass-blowing demonstration room)
• 4-hour trip of the Venetian Lagoon
• Boat transportation between the islands
• Murano glass-blowing demonstration
• Multilingual live guide on board
• Food and drinks
• Ticket and visit to Torcello Cathedral (€5)
• Tour guide
Burano: leaning bell tower, main square of Piazza Baldassarre Galuppi,
Piazza San Marco, Doge's Palace and Campanile.
Riva degli Schiavoni, 4141-4142, 30122 Venezia VE