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Terrific value. Great way to spend 2nd day in Venice.

Highly recommend. But be sure to keep your ticket with you. You’ll need it each and every time you get on the boat.

Boat Trip: Glimpse of Murano, Torcello & Burano Islands Reviewed by, 06/01/2019

Perfect way of seeing the whole of Venice Islands, we used 3 days.

Loved the Valporetta for 3 days, saw most of the Venice islands, and got to our cruise easily too. The Alliguna from the airport not so much, VERY slow and long, would recommend another way after a long journey.

Great service, helpful crew, easy to use.

The waterbuses were a great way to get around as well as a lovely way to see the city - at a pleasant, leisurely pace for us on our holiday. The 'touch-in' system was so easy to use. The staff on land and on the buses were helpful and friendly, as well as being vigilant for people's safety as they boarded and disembarked. The two-day pass we used was good value for public transport in such a special location. A must for every visitor to Venice.

Once the panic over to find it in time across town, all was wellxx

Splendid cruise across lagoon to glassworks and lace shop in late October. Delightful informative guide. Lovely cafe lunch in late autumn sunshine burano - didn't try to do too much on burano having spent up at the glassworks earlier and enjoyed coffee in the square Murano xx all good -no probs . Nice sunny day and relaxing cruise back.

They were great and more importantly essential

First comment I make is in regard to what appeared to be the Locals, they got on the taxi everyday via the exit and therefore avoiding any need to swipe a ticket and presumably not pay, if we all did this then they would be soon be out of business and NO ONE stopped them.

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