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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 Wweaver@okwu.edu, 06/01/2019

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.

Great tour. Guide (Kristina) was spectacular!

The glass blowing was incredible to see in action. They even made a dancing glass horse in the moment. I should've walked around Murano although the glass gallery was exquisite. I wasn't interested in the lace of Burano but the town was bright, lively, and fun. Even the boat ride at sunset was quite a treat. Very recommended.

Get your tickets earlier in the day to avoid a crowd

Make sure you take your voucher to the travel agency to get your tickets. There is a big crowd later in the day when the gondolas are ready to take you. This is an excellent choice if you don't mind sharing with 4 other people. We had a great time. A nice affordable way to see the canals of Venice in a gondola.

Commentary was informative - the sights were breathtaking!

Murano: The glass blowing demonstration was incredible - if you go into the showroom, bring your wallets ;-) and remember that everyone who speaks to you is a sales person. Burano: Simply gorgeous, could not believe the intensity of the house colours. The lace demonstration was a little boring, and it was difficult for everyone to gather around to see how the woman made the lace.