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It is cheaper and easier to do this tour then to try and get to the 3 islands on your own. The glass making was very quick and there was no lace making workshop it was just a shop trying to sell expensive tablecloths. But it was nice to see the islands, you get around 40 mins at each place which is all you need really.
I would recommend as an easy way to travel.
This was a fun tour, but the tour guide was not super chatty. Also, I felt rushed through Murano, and could have spent less time on Burano and Torcello which have a little less going on. The Murano part should be 1.5 hours. Also, I was a little terrified of being left behind... they didn't for even a minute past when they said to be on the boat (and sometimes they moved the boat, so we had to look around to find it!), and I'm not sure what we would have done if we missed the boat!
We had a wonderful time on this tour. The islands are close together, but yet so different! Well done...
We found this trip to be of excellent quality and superb value. The local guide was very informative. We would highly recommend it to anyone.
Beautiful addition to a trip to Venice. Just the right length of tour and very reasonable.
Great tour! Lovely places to visit. Couldn't hear anything on the boat, but were more interested on the view anyway!
I really enjoyed this trip.....relaxing.........beautiful..........!!! Had a great time!!!!
Thought it was terrific! We could have have had more time in Tocello to have lunch and a little more time in Burano to shop! Otherwise great!
I liked this tour it gave you a small glimpse of each town and about 30-45 mins in each town to sight see.
Beautiful islands well worth a day trip. The glass blowing demonstration was interesting. Great to have an organised boat to get between the islands and the tour guide spoke several languages to give a good amount of information and answer any questions.
To visit some of the other islands in Venice was well worth it, in my opinion, as they were all very different, and each having their own unique crafts to offer, along with the incredible history of Torcello!! Watching the skill of the glass craftsman at work was amazing, and had to be seen to be beleived, a ball of molten glass one minute, to a beautiful glass horse, rearing on his hind legs the next, astonishing!! The lacemaking in Burano was lovely to see, that after all this time, this is still carrying on. A thoroughly enjoyable informative trip, and unique gifts a plenty, would highly recommend to anyone.