I think this tour was decent. It was nice we had it booked because the day we are in Venice was the day that public transportation was on strike. The boat was nice to be able to take it to each spot, no bathrooms though. The glass factory and display was neat, however, it doesn't give you much time in Murano to actually shop. Torcello was pretty, however, they gave us 40 minutes and 10 minute walk is part of it each way. Then there are some of the oldest churches there, however, you have to pay money to go in them. If you don't have a lot of time, you probably won't want to spend the euro. Burano was probably the best part, we had plenty of time. We went in and saw the lace and then walked around and shopped and looked at the beautiful houses. It is an okay tour---nothing great.
I really liked the sea kayaking and the beach part. However, there were two things that kind of sent the review to be this low. First off, where Viator told us to go was not right. So we had to jump in a taxi and go to where the office told us to go. This was frustrating. Then once on the tour, it said it should last around 4hours. It only lasted 2.5 hours, this was disappointing because they only have us 30 minutes to swim and hang at the beach cave. I really liked what we did, however, we should have been at the beach longer.
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