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Murano Island

Murano, Italy

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"Visits to St Mark's Square are free, the Rialto Bridge and market and many of the churches in Venice are free to enter (there is usually a small charge for the museums or the towers) If you buy a 48 or 72 hour Vaporetto ticket you can travel along the lagoon and visit some of the interesting islands like Murano Island Burano (for the pretty coloured houses) and maybe Isola di San Michele There are many great little hidden cafes off the main thoroughfare that are very cheap, just steer clear of the touristy areas like San Marco and Rialto."  See More

"after only 15mins on a boat you'll reach Murano Island, Burano and Torcello Island."  See More

"Murano Island, Burano and Torcello Island are an absolute must-see for everyone visiting Venice."  See More

"you can walk from one point to an other, take the boat and visit islands (Murano Island, Burano)."  See More

"Try the Murano Island, but on an organised trip."  See More

"The first thing I would recommend is to buy a one day Vaporetto ticket - this can be used for 24 hours and will take you to all of the islands: Murano Island Burano Torcello Island - are the most popular."  See More

"1 (better that you invest in a 3 days ticket for public boat service), Murano Island, Burano and Torcello Island islands (using the same 3 days ticket)."  See More

"If you can "squeeze" it in, book a boat trip (starting at Riva degli Schiavoni, down Piazza San Marco) to the islands Murano Island and Burano in the lagoon of Venice."  See More

"While in Venice I really enjoyed taking a day trip to the outer islands of Burano and Murano Island."  See More

"You can walk Venice to see highlight- do not go to Murano Island unless you want to spend thousands on a chandelier."  See More

"Venezia: climb that tower, get enough vaporetto in your system, get lost while walking away from the center, Murano Island -- blow your own glass"  See More

"A gondola ride for an hour in Venice and a tour in Murano Island"  See More

"In Venice, visit Murano Island & Burano."  See More

"In Venice, I'd spend one day visiting churches and museums, one day just walking around, and one day visiting Murano Island, Burano, and (maybe) Torcello Island."  See More

"DAY 8 visit the islands of Murano Island, Burano, and Torcello Island"  See More

"and in Venice plan day trips to the outer islands of Murano Island, Burano and Torcello Island."  See More

"Travel by vaporetto: 20 euros for a 24-hour pass, even to Lido and Murano Island."  See More

"Some highlights I would not miss are a day trip to Murano Island, Basilica di San Marco, Campanile di San Marco, Grand Canal, Rialto Bridge,Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Cà d'Oro, Scuola Grande Di San Rocco, Doge's Palace Harry's Bar, and by all means embrace getting lost!"  See More

"And my reflection in wall of shattered mirrors at Glasstress on Murano Island."  See More

"Hi Kichi, it's ages since I was there, but I loved the coloured houses of Burano; and the glass craftwork of Murano Island."  See More

"Perhaps, take a short vaporetto ride to the island of Murano Island to see the glassblowers."  See More

"Depending on how brave your 10-year-olds are, they might enjoy a tour of the The Catacombs of StCallixtus If you do go to Venice, the kids might like to see a glass blowing demonstration at Burano or Murano Island!"  See More

"From there, sail over to Murano Island."  See More

"We got the 48hr pass which allowed us to visit the two nearby islands of Murano and Burano which were well worth the visit!"  See More

"If glass blowing interests you at all, you should ferry over to Murano Island."  See More

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