Visit a glass blowing workshop in Murano and a lace workshop in Burano - In English

Visit a glass blowing workshop in Murano and a lace workshop in Burano - In English

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A half day trip outside of Venice
Discover these two fascinating skills

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5 hours



Starting time
9:00 AM , 9:30 AM , 10:00 AM , 2:30 PM

* All details will be sent to you upon reservation.


Jump on board a boat and head to the Island of Murano.

This island, famous for its glass, at one time counted among its population the only people who knew how to make mirrors. The world has changed a lot since then, but you will see that craftwork has remained the same during your first stop at the glass blowing workshop.

Your guide will explain the different steps of glass blowing, revealing how glass is made, what gives it its colour and many other secrets.

You will then have some free time to admire the collection of works created there and to explore the island.

Your next stop will be Burano, known for its brightly coloured houses, but mostly for its lace.

Accompanied by your guide, you will visit a lace workshop where women create lace in the exact same way as their mothers and their grandmothers before them. The history of these women and their expertise will be explained in detail.

After having some free time to wander the island, you will return to Venice by boat.

Departure place

Good to know

  • Availability: Every day from April to October (excluding exceptional cases)
  • Departure point: Near to the vaporetto stop, Zaccaria
  • The tour ends opposite the Gabrielli Sandwirth Hotel
  • Some areas may be very hot and lacking in shade, you are advised to bring a hat, suncream and a bottle of water
  • Please note that this tour is not suitable for anyone using a wheelchair or a pushchair

Price includes

  • Boat transport to and from Venice
  • Glass blowing demonstration
  • Lace making demonstration

Price doesn’t include

  • Hotel pick-up/drop-off
  • Entrance fees to the Burano Lace Museum
  • Meals and drinks
  • Gratuities (optional)
  • All other extras



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