Private tour on Murano Island: discover the art of Artisanal Glassblowing

Venezia, Italy
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A 3 hours guided visit to Murano: the worldwide famous island for the glassblowing's tradition!

You will enjoy the tour from an artistic, historical, and traditional point of view, admiring the artisans of this peculiar art at work!

Your guide will accompany you through the discovery of the techniques of this ancient art, in a tour which includes a demonstration by the real glass craftsmen! You can also choose to attend the optional visit of San Donato’s, the splendid Church of the Island.

You will enjoy also a walking tour of Murano islands to admire its picturesque square and the fascinating palaces.

A great experience where you will learn the manufacture and glassblowing art.

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Important info

Public transportation options are available nearby. Not recommended for travelers with spinal injuries. Not recommended for pregnant travelers. Not recommended for travelers with poor cardiovascular health. Suitable for all physical fitness levels. Comfortable shoes suggested. San Donato’s visit are available from Monday to Saturday (9am–12pm and 3:30pm–7pm) Sunday (3:30pm – 7pm).. On certain dates, most travelers staying outside of Venice who are planning to visit for the day will be required to pay a €5 access fee. For further details (including exemptions) and to learn what days this fee is applicable, please visit: All customer touchpoints are frequently cleaned, and the tour will leave with small groups.

What's included
Glass demostration. Guided Murano walking tour. Private tour guide. Guided Tour (3 hours) with commentary including watertaxi to Murano and back to Venice
What's not included
Food or drinks
Cancellation Policy
can-cancel You can cancel your tour until a day in advance
Meeting Point

Venice Tours is in Campo San Gallo, beside San Marco Square. Having the Basilica of San Marco behind you, stay on the right side of the square and go under the arches. Find Olivetti Museum, turn right, pass under the archways, cross the little bridge and go straight to “Campo San Gallo”.