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Isola di Murano

Isola Di Murano | Piazzale Roma o Fondamenta Nuove, 30141 Murano, Italy
+39 327 684 2376
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  • Excellent37%
  • Very good42%
  • Average17%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible1%
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“glass blowing” (118 reviews)
“nice island” (19 reviews)
“glass factory” (82 reviews)
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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Isola Di Murano | Piazzale Roma o Fondamenta Nuove, 30141 Murano, Italy
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"glass blowing"
in 118 reviews
"nice island"
in 19 reviews
"glass factory"
in 82 reviews
"other islands"
in 17 reviews
"shops selling"
in 32 reviews
"the hustle and bustle"
in 12 reviews
"water bus"
in 36 reviews
"day trip"
in 26 reviews
"small island"
in 16 reviews
"nice trip"
in 9 reviews
"main island"
in 20 reviews
"much quieter"
in 13 reviews
"glass making"
in 51 reviews
"grand canal"
in 11 reviews
"vaporetto ride"
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"st marks"
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Reviewed October 5, 2017

We took to hop on hop off waterbus, got the 24 hour ticket for something like 25 euro. Murano was a lovely little island to walk around, see glass blowing, buy some trinkets and have a slice of pizza. There is a delicious bakery over...More

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Reviewed October 5, 2017 via mobile

This island is worth visiting but only as a second choice to Burano. Here it is all about glass and selling glass. It was obvious that there are huge margins in blown glass and they did not want to miss an opportunity for a sale....More

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Reviewed September 30, 2017 via mobile

We stopped off at Murano on the way back from Burano. It felt dull after that! But we had a lovely stroll around the town and looked at the many glass shops. Worth a visit for sure

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Reviewed September 30, 2017

a very nice island where there are plenty of glass shops, old glass factories. you can spend there a couple of hours and you have to take a water taxi to get to the island.

Thank giovanna277
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Reviewed September 28, 2017

Second time visit to Venice and likewise to Murano. You would only go to Murano for the glass. Ok you don't want more that three to four hours really max, if you're looking for a piece of glass you have come to the right place....More

Thank johnhalifax20172017
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Reviewed September 26, 2017 via mobile

Ok, so here is the bottom. Interesting to get a brief tour at a glass blowing factory. Many shops for Murano glass items including factory shops which offer broad selections of large and small items. Nice places to stop for lunch. (Refer to my review...More

Thank Rvstraz
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Reviewed September 26, 2017

This island of glass factories was the result of a fire in Venice proper. These glass factories were forced to move to avoid continued risk. What you have is a community of factory and stores that sell their wares. The advice most often given is...More

Thank Jerry R
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Reviewed September 26, 2017 via mobile

Definitely worth a visit to the islands of Mornao and Burano to see other parts of Italy and enjoy the incredible craftsmanship of glass blowing, which dates back to many generations upon generations. It's a small place so aside from a few hours, there really...More

Thank Roman C
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Reviewed September 25, 2017

Great water taxi trip, but once disembarked, take it or leave it seemed to be the attitude. Sorry proprietors, but you were very obviously bored, hot or bothered, or .......? June 2016 The only WC available to public was not sign-posted that we could see....More

Thank HvonHagen
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Reviewed September 24, 2017

If you are in Venice for a few days and want to venture off the mainland, take the vaporetto to the island of Murano, about a half hour away. The main attraction of Murano would be the several glass blowing factories, where you can see...More

Thank SuzyQu15
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LRUSSO-REALTOR
September 23, 2017|
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Response from AbsolutelyDubrovnik | Reviewed this property |
Glass blowing demonstrations have always been free. In fact the hotel you are staying at typically has 'an arrangement ' with s specific foundry and they will arrange for a speedboat to pick you up from the hotel and Tane... More
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Pam E
May 17, 2017|
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Response from freesan | Reviewed this property |
Is better if you read on the website of promovetro, the assocociation of the glassblower. You could book a visit in one of the real glass factory (just 6 on Murano the others are in China or Polony)
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March 20, 2017|
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