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We have visited Venice many times and walked most of its better known alleyways, bridges and quaysides. This time we opted for a boat tour made in a circle from the Cruise terminal around the lagoon. It was a brilliant way to see at first...More
I guess there are not that many who haven't heard about the beauty of this Italian city which believe it or not, it is made up of 118 islands and it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Have in mind that it is not a...More
Our little boat feom the airport bobbed around as we cruised to our destination. On another occasion we crossed the lagoon to Murano stopping off as we went. Great views all around. Experienced guys at the helm of all vessels.
We stayed on the main Island near S Marco, but visited Murano, Burano, Lido and San Michele by Waterbus, the views were stunning, not too crowded so plenty of time and room for taking photos, the weather was great so this added to the beauty...More
This is a delightful excursion in small boat, it was clean,friendly & relatively inexpensive, things that Venice is not.
The colours of the houses are all different with canals throughout the island.
Would recommend this visit.
Since we were on a cruise ship we passed this in and out of Venice. It looked pristine and away from the crowded city. You can make a day trip here with public transit. I wish we had had the time to go........next time!!!!!