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1 day visit to Murano, Burano and Torcello: boat tour, glass blowing; Burano

The 1 day visit to Murano, Burano and Torcello: a boat tour to the islands starting in front of Piazza San Marco. Purchase tickets online.

1 Day Tour of Murano, Burano y Torcello

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Tour of Murano, Burano y Torcello1 Day tour of Murano, Burano y Torcello � Lagoon of Venice

Why not discover the islands in a more personal way? It can be done with this boat trip to the islands of Murano, Burano and Torcello which includes experiences hard to reach otherwise.

Or visit the famous Burano, not only for the lace making but also for the fishermen's houses painted with bright colors. You will be able to get lost in the colorful streets and taste the delicious sweets from Burano.
And finally enjoy a visit to the island of Torcello; an intact medieval enclave.

Going back you can admire the lagoon and its fauna from the panoramic boat; arriving at the fascinating San Marco Basin where you can take wonderful photos of Venice.

1 Day Tour of Murano, Burano y Torcello

What includes a visit to the islands of Murano, Burano and Torcello

The tour includes a multilingual guide on board, a free demonstration of Murano glass blowing. A unique experience! Shared guided tour in panoramic boat with expert guide on board.

– 1 hour and 15 minutes in Murano with a glass blowing demonstration by a local artist.
– 1 hour and a half in Burano.
– 1 hour and 15 minutes to e Torcello.
– Return by Gran Turismo motorboat. Panoramic boat with toilet.


Murano is a characteristic centre located to the north of Venice, built on seven islets in the lagoon connected by bridges.
Asylum and refuge for refugees from the mainland to find refuge from barbarian invasions, Murano, whose old name is AMURANIUM, grew in prosperity and reached its splendor in the 16th century. It was always the center that maintained administrative autonomy from Venice, enjoying an administrative local government and taking advantage of its ancient statutes since 1272 under the rule of a podestà.

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Burano is a characteristic fishing centre, built on four islands of the lagoon connected by bridges.
One of the main characteristics of the island is that of the polychrome of the small houses: a tradition perhaps born as a reaction to the humid and foggy climate that characterizes these lagoon places. One of the hypotheses for the choice of bright colors is in fact the need to recognize your home at night by returning home on a cold foggy night.

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Torcello is an ancient center of the northern lagoon that flourished in the Middle Ages until Venice took commercial dominance of the lagoon area. It has few residents, but is frequented by thousands of tourists every year.

Housing centre since the 5th / 7th century as a result of the invasions before the Huns and then the Longobards: there the fugitives from the city of Altino found refuge. The name of the island probably derives from TURRICELLUM (the tower erected in memory of the Lost Homeland). In 638 the bishop of Altino moved the sacred relics here and from that moment the history of Torcello continued to exist until the end of the Republic. It had an autonomous government, with Podest� and Council, where the wool industry was practiced.

Go to the page of Torcello

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