Venice Full-Day Tours

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Burano and Murano: Shared Guided Tour & Glass Factory Visit
Burano and Murano: Shared Guided Tour & Glass Factory Visit
Exploring the colorful houses of Burano and learn about the tradition of glass-making in Murano.
from €25
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Burano, Murano & Torcello Islands - Glass Factory Trip
Burano, Murano & Torcello Islands - Glass Factory Trip
Discover islands of Burano, Murano and Torcello on a full-day excursion.
from €30
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1014 reviews
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8 Hour Boat Rental to Discover the Lagoon in Freedom in Venice
8 Hour Boat Rental to Discover the Lagoon in Freedom in Venice
Unleash your thirst for adventure and rent one of our boats for a completely new and fun experience.
€350
per group
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From Venice: Private Ferrari Tour with Tickets and Lunch
From Venice: Private Ferrari Tour with Tickets and Lunch
Immerse yourself in the legend of Ferrari on a day trip from Venice. Visit the Ferrari Museum in Maranello, the Cittadella Ferrari, and the Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena, with a pitstop for lunch.
€1200
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Venice to Padua Full-Day Brenta Riviera Boat Cruise
Venice to Padua Full-Day Brenta Riviera Boat Cruise
Enjoy a romantic, full-day, mini-cruise from Venice to Padua. Travel past the Venetian Villas along the Brenta Riviera and stop off at a handful of them for guided tours.
€79
per person
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Best of Venice in 1 Day: Walking Tour, Doges Palace, Gondola Ride
Best of Venice in 1 Day: Walking Tour, Doges Palace, Gondola Ride
Enjoy skip-the-line access tours of San Marco Museums and the Doge’s Palace. Explore quieter neighborhoods and markets on our intimate walking tour.
€159
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Basilica San Marco, Doges Palace & Gondola ride
Basilica San Marco, Doges Palace & Gondola ride
First time in Venice? Maximize your time in the city with a full-day itinerary that ticks off all the most memorable attractions.
€152.91
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Tourists reviews
Gloria
Very worthwhile trip. Small exhibit at the glass blowing factory on Murano and then around an hour on the island. then to Burano where you have 2 hours to explore (get lunch at this point) and this is a perfect amount of time to see the island and it's beautiful colours. Next to Torcello you get around an hour or so, again a perfect amount of time. It isn't massively clear to understand the points of interest that they point out on the boat. For the money you spend it is definitely worthwhile!
4 days ago
Eric
Excellent boat and heated, friendly and adequate guide available. Beautiful demonstration in Murano, Beautiful Burano, Torcello to see. For the small difference in price, the tour of the three islands is always convenient since it offers more time to visit Burano than it deserves.
5 days ago
Christine
The pier was very easy to find as the instructions are so clear. The guides were great, not a lot of information but it was also nice to just sit and enjoy the views from the boat. Murano was great, if you want to shop, there are plenty more glass shops in the town, and it’s much nicer shopping outside. Burano was great and allowed enough free time to have a leisurely lunch and see most of the town. Torcello was beautiful, not as interesting as the others and fewer food options. The only toilet was a paid one. The tour was the perfect pace for the day, a good mix of structure and free time. Between each island was about a 30 min trip, allowing time to rest your legs and and hour back to the main island to rest before walking home. Great tour and highly recommend.
7 days ago
Emma
We throughly enjoyed both islands. The tour (Andrea) was excellent and very knowledgeable. We had a smaller boat take us to the main boat which on arriving was slightly crowded. However, lots got off at Murano and when we went onto Burano it was more enjoyable. The only thing we found at both islands we could have done with more time. The boat rise back was really relaxing and just enjoying the scenery with only a couple of handfuls of people. Another extremely enjoyable trip
10 days ago
Brynja G.
This was a great quick tour! Stayed true to the time estimate and gave enough time to explore each place but not so much that you ran out of things to do. The glass blowing demonstration was super cool, and the colorful island of Burano was adorable and fun to visit!
17 days ago
Lucy
Was a beautiful trip! Well worth the money! 3 beautiful islands and a great host who spoke I think up to 5-6 languages! Murano glass experience was amazing! Little tip! Walk out of the shop at the end of the tour and go to the local’s shops, literally 2/3 of what the factory tour is charging! Burano is beautiful! Make sure to visit Bepi’s house and try their biscuits. Torcello is so peaceful and pretty! Also the bell tower you can climb for €5 each! We didn’t realise that until we got there! The sights were gorgeous!
25 days ago
Mylo J.
Very good organization, multi-language explanation throughout the journey. Only downside, arrival directly in the glass factory in Murano, and despite a beautiful demonstration of the glassblower, ..., the visit to Murano lasted only fifteen minutes! The visit to Burano was longer and more enjoyable...
29 days ago
Marilyn D.
Murano part was spoiled by being captive in one shop and factory. We would have liked time to walk to all the shops, so the stop should have been another 1/2 hour longer. Technically one could have left the shop but there was no time, and you had to come through the shop again to get back to the boat. The other two islands were superb stops, and perfect as they occurred. Fifteen more minutes on Torello would have been icing on the cake.
about 1 month ago

Immerse yourself in the magic of Venice with our comprehensive full-day tours. Explore iconic landmarks like St. Mark’s Basilica and the Doge's Palace, and discover hidden gems of the city.

Frequently Asked Questions

What can I expect from a full-day tour in Venice?

Full-day tours in Venice typically cover major attractions like St. Mark’s Basilica, the Doge’s Palace, the Rialto Bridge, and include explorations of lesser-known areas, often with a boat trip along the canals.

Are meals included in Venice full-day tours?

Some tours include meals or food tastings, while others might have breaks where you can eat at a local restaurant (cost not included).

Is there a lot of walking involved in these tours?

Full-day tours often involve a fair amount of walking, so comfortable footwear is recommended.

Do full-day tours in Venice cater to specific interests like art or history?

Yes, there are themed full-day tours focusing on art, history, architecture, or even culinary experiences.

What should I bring on a full-day tour in Venice?

Comfortable walking shoes, a water bottle, sunscreen, a hat for sunny days, and possibly a raincoat or umbrella, depending on the weather forecast.

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