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This small island is a bit off the usual Venetian path, but it’s worth seeing. Its Santa Maria Assunta church houses impressive mosaics, its bell tower offers great surrounding views—and it’s home to Locanda Cipriani, a well-regarded restaurant and...more
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I visited Torcello in winter after doing a trip out to Burano, I was one of the very few on the island in the late morning. I purchased a pass for all three sites on the island which was definitely worth it, even with the...More
We did this tour with a group of friends and had a great time while doing it. We visited Murano and Burano, too, however the Torcello island was the highlight of our trip. Not only the atmosphere on the island was serene and inspiring, but...More
We took the ferry from Burano over to Torcello. It was very quiet and we enjoyed a lovely stroll along the canal to the church. We passed the devils bridge on the way and several bars/restaurants. The church is beautiful and the island is so...More
Torcello used to be densely populated but now it is almost deserted. As a result the island is very green in stark contrast to most of Venice. What is left to see is mostly the basilica and campanile. Also a museum which we did not...More
Took a vaporetto to Murano FARO (not the main Murano stop) in the morning and from there to Torcello (via Burano) (we did Burano and Murano on our return). the crowds all get off at Murano and very few go to Torcello
When you get...More
Quiet and slower paced island, which is worth a visit if you have time, if only to visit the basilica. There are few islanders and visitors are not so numerous. The mosaics in the basilica are rated amongst the top ten sights.
The first time I visited Venice was in 2011 when I went there at the start of a cruise to the Eastern Mediterranean with my wife and mother-in-law. While our time in Venice on that occasion was limited, I did research and found a number...More