Venice: Murano and Burano Half-Day Glass and Lace Tour
- Duration: 5 hours
Per group up to 6
Per group up to 6
Per group up to 5
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We were a family of 5 (kids were 16, 10, 4) and LOVED every minute of this tour. Antonella was AMAZING! Very informative and included the kids in conversation. It was a small private group which was nice with COVID restrictions. Masks on the whole tour. Just enough time on Murano to have a tour of the glass factory. Wish we had a little more time on Burano as there was more to see and do there. But we were able to meet with the lace lady in action, wander the streets to find cookies, quick lunch, gelato, and pics.
We had a fantastic guide! She was there early and planned to spend longer than 2 hours with us. She grabbed us a water taxi and took us to Murano Island where we had a private tour of the facility. Afterwards our guide walked us around the island giving us a bit of the history. She gave us plenty of leisure time as well and just asked us to let her know when we wanted a water taxi back. We had a great experience!
Silvia was knowledgeable, engaging and pleasant. She shared a great deal of historical information. Additionally, it was apparent that she has fostered great working relationships with transporters and venders. We enjoyed the experience very much. We appreciated the confirmation call regarding pick-up location the day before.
This tour was amazing! The guide Antonella was so friendly and funny. She provided so much history and information and she answered all of our questions. WOULD HIGHLY RECOMMEND. Murano and Burano are a must see when visiting Venice! we got to see a real glass and lace demonstration which were amazing! Really great tour!
A really good trip supported by Christina B. Who did an excellent job in explaining everything and answering all our questions. The Murando glass demonstration was fascinating and the exhibition fantastic. Difficult to how they can make some of the incredible items on display. A very worthwhile tour to be recommended.