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    Signature Collection: Murano, Burano & Torcello Islands Excursion

    Explore the famous islands of the Venice lagoon! You'll watch glass-blowers at work on Murano, shop for lace on Burano and visit Venice's first church on the tranquil island of Torcello

    DEPARTURES

    2019 Departures | April - October, 2019

    Includes:
    • Private water taxi at disposal for 4 hours
    • Private hostess at disposal for 4 hours

    PRICING DETAILS

    • Time schedule for private tours will be confirmed at time of reservation request unless differently indicated on the itinerary
    • Tour starts and ends at centrally located hotel or area designated by the client (centrally located)
    • Entrance fees to monuments are not included if not mentioned on the inclusions
    • Lunches and dinners do not include drinks
    • Prices for museums and sites could be increased or extra fees for temporary Exhibitions might be applied by their Managing Companies without prior notice: this is beyond our control and we cannot be deemed responsible for these changes

    Venetian Islands
    Signature Collection: Murano, Burano & Torcello Islands Excursion

    ITINERARY

    After sailing past the island of San Giorgio Maggiore, the Public Gardens, the tip of Sant’Elena and the lido famous beach resort, the boat arrives at Murano, known throughout the world for its glass manufacturing industry. Here you have 40 minutes for a visit to one of the factories, and discover the magic of the glass. The second stop will be at the picturesque island of Burano, famous not only for its lace but also for the fishermen's houses painted in bright colours. The stop will last about 30 minutes. After a short sail, you will reach Torcello, the earliest centre of civilization in the lagoon. Only the Cathedral with its magnificent mosaics and the church of Santa Fosca remains as the testimony of its former glory. This stop lasts about 30 minutes. Then the boat will make its way back to St. Mark’s Square.