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Burano Island, Venice, is worldwide famous for the fairy-tale atmosphere and the colored houses. Please let me guide you to the amazing Hidden Corners tour of Burano. I promise it will be the highlight of your holiday! My name is Silvia, and i am a...more
All reviews beautiful island water taxi boat ride colorful houses risotto great tour off the beaten track young woman delightful place to visit come alive day trip few hours narrow streets wander around shops and restaurants the main street glass making
I visited Burano in March and it was a perfect time, I suppose as the weather wasn't too hot and we had a very pleasant time during the boat trip and visiting the island. Very nice, colorful, cute and scenic small place with many shops...More
Sylvia our tour leader from Discover Burano Tours was a delight to spend time with. A Burano native who returned to the Island to raise her family she was knowledgeable and walked us around the less frequented parts of the Island. We booked our trip...More
The island was almost 35-40 minutes away from Venice but it was worth the boat trip. We got to walk around and explore the island’s colorful houses. There was a big square with a lot of restaurants to eat at and their food was good....More
We've been to Venice several times, but finally tried the boat to Burano. It was really worth it- the houses are all painted bright colors, several decent restaurants and some quality gifts available. City boat pass will get you there, but it does take over...More
The place is very nice for photography and colourful houses, it’s famous for lace, so you may want to buy one or two but let me tell you it’s expensive. Atleast compared to indian price. We can get the same for like 10 times less...More
For anyone looking for a memorable reminder of your trip to Venice and you are on Burano, visit Molin Jewellers, Via San Marco, 457. The most genuine owner,a real gentleman, who loves offering quality jewellery at very competitive prices.
The island of Burano is accessible via the ACTV Line 12 public ferry from the F.te Nove dock in the northern area of the San Marco district. The trip out takes about 40 minutes and costs 7.50€ (same fare on this route for the return)....More