A visit to the famous islands of Murano, Burano, and Torcello is always worth it. We will help you plan your trip according to your personal tastes and interests.

If you are interested in arts and crafts, discover the world of glass making in Murano.
Beads, figurines, drinking glasses, bowls and vases, sculptures, chandeliers, and many more unique objects are crafted every day in the island’s furnaces.
The most interesting part of the experience is watching the crafting process and meeting the local artisans, which is often only possible with the help of a guide.
Our Murano tour is always customized to your interests and should be planned in advance, in order to confirm the availability of the craftsman or the furnace.

Burano is breathtaking: its colorful houses reflecting on the narrow canals seem to float out of time.
This lovely village is also famous for its centuries old lace tradition, biscuits, and delicious seafood… have you ever tried the risotto made with grass goby?

At first glance, Torcello seems to offer only a gentle stroll among orchards and fields leading to an unpaved square dominated by an old church, but is this really all there is to see?
With our help you will unravel the mystery of this “abandoned” island, once the seat of a glorious bishopric populated by thousands of people. From the archaeological excavations still taking place and shedding new light on the origins of Venice itself, to the amazing ancient mosaic depicting the Final Judgment, there’s so much more to Torcello than first impressions.

Main sites

  • glass furnace or glass museum in Murano
  • Burano island
  • Church of Santa Maria Assunta in Torcello


  • 4 or 5 hours

Additional costs

  • water taxi rental