Make your way to 'The yellow desk with Murano, Burano and Torcello indication' in front of the Prisons’ Palace, close to Ponte della Paglia bridge (between Doge’s Palace and Hotel Danieli).
Please reach meeting point 30 minutes prior to the departure time.
Same as the start point
Discover the islands of Murano, Burano and Torcello, three islands on the Venetian Lagoon, on a 6-hour tour from Venice.
Enjoy a relaxing ride on the lagoon and make a stop at Murano, the glass island, known throughout the world for its glassmaking art. Visit a Furnace, watch a glass blowing demonstration and learn about the ancient glass-blowing technique. You’ll be spending an hour and 15 minutes in Murano.
The tour will then continue towards Burano, the jewel of the Venetian Lagoon, famous all over the world for its lacemaking and for the brightly colored fishermen’s houses. Stroll through the 'calli' (the Venetian way to say 'streets') and to admire the ladies embroidering lace handmade products.
You will spend more time in Burano, arguably the most charming island on the lagoon. You can enjoy lunch at one of the typical fish restaurants and shop at the handmade lace stores.
And last, but not the least is the quiet and sparsely populated island of Torcello, the first center of civilization in the estuary. On these island you can discover the oldest churches of the lagoon and discover how Venice was born. Spend a little more than an hour in Torcello.
On your way back, admire the fascinating St. Mark’s Basin from the boat.
Voucher information: You can show your voucher on your smartphone (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)
This tour is not fully accessible for wheelchair users or people with walking disabilities.
Comfortable shoes are suggested
The boats are completely covered and the tour operates even in the event of rain or snow. If the weather is exceptionally bad, the tour may be postponed to a later date.
The entrance inside the Torcello's Churches is not included
Please note that this is not a private tour and is shared with other guests not belonging to the same party
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