Shared Cruise of Burano, Murano, Torcello & Murano glass factory

Explore the renowned islands of Murano, Burano, and Torcello in the Venetian Lagoon through a full-day boat tour, where you can witness glassblowing and lace-making demonstrations, and discover historical landmarks like the Bell Tower, Attila's Throne, the Devil's Bridge, and the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta.
Mini group
6 hours
Meeting point: Riva degli Schiavoni, 4195, 30122 Venezia VE
Children allowed
English
Mobile ticket
What is included in activity
Motorboat from/to Panoramic motorboat from/to Venice
Visit to Murano Island, Burano Island, and Torcello
Demonstration of glassblowing on Murano
Visit to a glass factory in Murano
10% discount at the Murano glass factory
Assistance of a hostess from the meeting point until the end of the trip
Multilingual assistance and explanation
What is not included
Guided tours on the island
Food or beverages
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Entrance ticket to the Torcello Cathedral
Details

This full-day boat tour takes you to some of the most well-known islands in the Venetian Lagoon. On a panoramic vessel, follow your tour guide through the canals of Venice and see the islands of Murano, Burano, and Torcello.

As you depart from St. Mark's, board your comfortable panoramic boat to begin your day of adventure. For approximately 30 minutes, take in the sights of this ancient city before heading to Murano, your first destination.

Take in a glass-blowing demonstration from a master glassblower while also learning about the history of the craft. When you visit the glass factory's souvenir shop, you can save 20% on your purchases. Additionally included in your scheduled time in Murano is free time to explore on your own.

Travel to the nearby island of Burano and leave Murano behind. Take in the island's charming and vibrant homes as well as the lace-makers at work. Learn about their rare talent, which is regarded as one of the best in the world.

When you visit Burano, don't forget to try the island's own biscotti when you stop for a bite to eat.

Travel to Torcello, your final destination. Visit historical landmarks like the Bell Tower, Attila's Throne, the Devil's Bridge, and the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta during your one-hour island excursion.

Take a one-hour return trip to Venice to conclude your adventure, taking in the stunning lagoon scenery.

Important to know

  • A short walk is required between the meeting and boarding points
  • This tour doesn't include a guided visit to each island, though your assistant will be giving you some information via a speaker on board the vessel
  • The order of the islands visited might be subject to change
  • Dogs on leashes are allowed (though muzzles are required)
This
excursion
in a mini-group
Small group
There will be a maximum of 10 members in the group with you
More benefit
It will cost less than an individual one, but will pass in the same comfort
Guide near
In a small group, you will get more attention from the guide
€30
per person
This event has no refund options
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Price
Adult (Age 7+)
€30
per person
Youth (Age 4-6)
€15
per person
Infant (Age 0-3)
€0
per person
For any payment method you must book a ticket through the booking form below and receive confirmation by e-mail and (or) SMS.
What places you will see

• Murano and Burano in the Venice lagoon
• Murano glass factory

Activity book period
You can book tour up to 1 hour in advance.
Refund info
This event has no refund options
Transport photos
Languages in what activity is performed
English
Directions to meet your guide

Riva degli Schiavoni, 4195, 30122 Venezia VE

How long your tour will be
6 hrs
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Reviews by travellers
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Paola S.
nice day to discover the islands around venice
about 1 year ago
Violante F.
A good and compact way to get to know the lagoon and its islands. 1 hour for Torcello was too short for us.
about 1 year ago
Pamela P.
Perfect trip to see the most beautiful places in Venice. The stops are good enough to get a few drinks and food.
about 1 year ago
Léna
Very nice visit to the 3 islands, even if Torcello did not have much interest. 2 large groups of about thirty people take 3 different boats at 10min intervals, so it's crowded. The very limited and fairly basic explanations are given on the boat, each sentence in the 5 different languages. It was however well organized, but very touristy.
about 1 year ago
Boris
It was a nice experience, getting to know another part of Venice. Very well organized, it was worth it.
almost 2 years ago
Katherine
It was a great trip! Definitely recommendable.
almost 2 years ago
Gu
Everything works, just finding it with the switch is such a thing
almost 2 years ago
Lorna
The glass factory tour at Murano and the colorful houses at Burano are amazing! This is definitely the best deal for the buck to visit all the three islands.
almost 2 years ago
Bethany M.
Frankly at the top nothing to say the guide explains very well she is bilingual and it is very well guided he puts signs for the return of free time on the islands so that we do not lose it I recommend
almost 2 years ago
SASKIA
Everything was super organized on the boat, but a bit crowded. Finding a meeting place was very difficult. You have to look very closely, but not so easy with the crowds because the stand is very small.
almost 2 years ago
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