Venice islands half day trip
Half-day Tour: The islands of Murano & Burano
Get to know the features of Murano and Burano and breathe in the fragrant seaside air.
Grand Canal Shared Gondola Ride with Commentary
Explore the hidden and scenic waterways of Venice as you take a gondola ride on the Grand Canal. Get free access to an app with commentary on your gondola itinerary.
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.
Burano, Murano & Torcello Islands - Glass Factory Trip
Discover islands of Burano, Murano and Torcello on a full-day excursion.
Murano Island: 3-Hour Private Boat Tour & Walking tour
Visit the island of Murano, known worldwide for its glassmaking traditions that date back to the 13th century.
Marco Polo Airport Water Taxi Transfer
Make your arrival in Venice unforgettable with a water taxi transfer to your hotel or the nearest accessible point from Venice Airport. Enjoy a scenic ride and get a stunning first look at Venice.
Jewish Ghetto Walking Tour and Synagogue Tour Option
Explore a lesser-known side of Venice on a guided walking tour of the Jewish Ghetto. Choose to join the synagogue tour to complete your experience learning about the Jewish history of Venice.
Venice E-bike Rental
Discover Venice Lido and its surroundings from the seat of an electric bike. With a daily rental you can set your own itinerary. Drive to Venice Lido's best sights, then take a break from the big city chaos and enjoy a relaxing day on the beach.
Shared Guided Tour: Discovering the Beauty of Murano, Burano, and Torcello
Enjoy a pleasant boat tour to the charming islands of Murano, Burano and Torcello: an excursion in the heart of Venice lagoon admiring their beauty and history.
The glass blowing demo on Murano was enjoyable and the colourful houses on Burano were worth seeing. However, the time spent on the glass show room was too long, and we were only taken to that glass shop on Murano. It would be much better we could take a look at other places and visit other shops on the island.
2 days ago
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...
2 days ago
The walking part leading up to the gondolas was interesting and fun, learned a lot about the city and the tradition of the gondola!! The only negative about the whole thing was that our guide got us to the gondolas and left all of our groups, they were running behind and it became a little chaotic and we had no advocate for our groups. Otherwise was fantastic!!!
3 days ago
The first 2 islands were very nice, the last one was not much (a church on an island) There were also people who did the 2 islands tour, I would recommend that to people. A visit to the glass museum is an absolute must as far as I am concerned, but I have not seen a tour in a glass factory (they must mean the museum, but you can visit it at your own expense and opportunity)
4 days ago
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.
5 days ago
The educational visit on the manual processing of glass in artisan ovens is interesting. But I don't understand why the shop is induced in internal shops with very high prices, even in the shops in the internal square of the town. The paradox is that in the bazaars along the route to Venice in the Rialto bridge area, the prices of Murano glasses, identical to those we bought on the island, are 3 euros lower per piece. One out of five would come free. What a disappointment!!! Interessante la visita didattica sulla lavorazione manuale del vetro nei forni artigianali. Però non capisco perché viene indotto lo shop in negozi interni con dei prezzi altissimi, anche nelle botteghe della piazza interna del paese. Il paradosso è che nei bazar lungo il percorso di arrivo a Venezia zona ponte Rialto , i prezzi dei bicchieri di Murano, identici a quelli che abbiamo comprato sull'isola, sono inferiori di 3 euro a pezzo. Ne sarebbe venuto uno gratis su cinque. Che delusione!!!
9 days ago
The tour guide was very helpful and was pointing out various landmarks around the islands. The passengers were split into two groups, one each for two glass factories on Murano. We went to the Mazzucato factory which had a very good demonstration of glass blowing
10 days ago
It's a great activity when you don't stay long in Venice. But as it is an activity that I really liked, if I come back, I will spend more time on each island because I find that an hour with everything there is to see. It goes way too fast.
11 days ago
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