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Islands of Venice

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Venice, Veneto, Italy

  • Activities

    Sightseeing, Walking Tour

  • Price
    $300 USD per trip
  • Duration

    6 hours

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Daily

  • Starting Location

    Upon request

  • Price Includes

    Guide services

  • Notes

    Not included: meals, entrance fees, personal expenses

Highlights

  • Explore the Glass Island of Venice, Murano Island.
  • See the vibrant streets with brightly coloured houses.
  • Visit the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, founded in 639, where you will see intricately beautiful mosaics.

Guide

Trip Info

Join Helene on this exclusive excursion to explore the Islands of Venice.

On our four hour half day tour you will visit Murano Island, where you will enjoy a fascinating Murano glass-blowing demonstration. Next stop, Burano – the island of lace and richly colored houses where you will observe first hand the art of needle lace.

Choose a full day tour and Helene will add Torcello to your list of stops. With its ancient basilica dating back to the year 639, and the famous Venetian-Byzantine mosaics depicting the Last Judgment, the throne of Attila, and the Devil’s Bridge, this is a must see.

Incontournable à Venise : Une excursion exclusive aux Îles de Venise:

– d’une demie-journée (4 heures) à Murano l’île du verre, suivie de Burano, l’île de la dentelle et des maisons richement colorées, incluant une démonstration de soufflage du verre dans une verrerie de Murano et une démonstration de l’art de la dentelle à l’aiguille réalisée par une véritable dentellière de Burano.

– journée entière (max. 8h) visite des îles de Murano, Burano et Torcello avec son antique basilique remontant à l’an 639, ses fameuses mosaïques vénéto-byzantines représentant le Jugement Dernier, le trône d’ Attila, le pont du diable et un charme bucolique inoubliable.

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