Great time , would recommend to other people. Lovely showroom of murano glass.
What a great way to see the highlights of these 3 Islands!
Great to come off the main island and to break up the trip. Our favour it was Murano and Burano .
Great half day tour! We were able to see all 3 islands, all very different! It was a wonderful chance to escape the crowds and be on the water! Worth going to Torcello as well, as it's a much different rural landscape and a nice break from Venice!
This tour was amazing!
A few hours on water are always good. Trip gave us (me and my 2 granddaughters) time to enjoy and explore each of the 3 islands. You can do this on your own but it helps for the tour guide to give you background information as you travel there.
Great boat trip of the three islands. I just wish that the Murano glass portion was a little longer.
The tour let us see what the rest of the Venice Lagoon (besides Venice itself) looks like. It was very relaxing and quite pleasant.
This was a good tour although the guide was talking non stop! It is worth it.
Tour was very good, this could be a full day tour in order to give enough time to explore the 3 islands.
The time allowed on each island was rather short. We would have liked more time on Burano to perhaps sit down at one of the many bars and restaurants for a light meal before returning to the boat.
One guide gave a description in 3 languages over the boat tannoy only. No information really once we reached each island.
To be honest, you can easily book this tour from the ticket office at San Marco Pier.
great tour but the guide when on the PA system was totally not understandable. In talking with her on a one to one basis I could understand her English perfectly. As it was I only understood about 10% of what she was saying on the PA system so I finally just gave up and ignored her.
I probably would NOt have taken this adventurous excursion on my own. The boat ride and commentary were very pleasant. Murano and its glass blowing factory with demonstration was very touristy and unfortunately we later found similiar souvenir items less expensive throughout Venice. If you are collector and know quality, you may have a better shopping experience at the glass factory. Burano was also beautiful and the lace demonstration was enlightening. Torcello was picturesque with plenty of opportunities to eat, drink, take in a beautiful old church, statues or gardens. Yes! Take the trip but buyer beware!
Guide was very knowledgeable and nice evening walk around the Jewish quarter which I thought was one of the best places to visit and even stay. I would say the only problem was the "tasters" were 4 out of 5 fish and out of the small group of about 10-12 of us - not many were fish lovers and therefore we were left with not nice alternative. I think the guide was embarrassed about that but the places we visited were really unprepared for anything else but fish. It was however a really good way to meet people coming together from different countries so we did enjoy it we just did not like the tasty bites and even the fish lovers struggled one or two offers. All in all it was a nice way to spend the evening but I wouldnt do it again.
Cheaper if your rock up to the official Tourist Booth opposite the the departure warf and pay on the day - same boat same guide same deal - boat was only half full
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