Since Venice's one-way water bus fare is 7.5 Euros, it is strongly recommended that traffic tickets be purchased, booked online or pavilions available at major terminals after arrival in Venice. It's convenient to take a pass to Murano Island, Prano Island and Lido Island. Mulano Glass Island has a lot of glassware, and the roadside is full of shops. Careful selection of small gifts. On the left hand side of the dock, you can go to the end of the road to see the glass production performance. The right-hand side of the pier is the main street with shops on both sides. Remember to take a boat to Prano at another pier on Murano Island.
Murano is also a name for the local characteristic glass. When it started raining heavily, San Marco arrived on the island in a speedboat for more than half an hour. The strategy of the whole Italian tour is not detailed. A lot of information is now available. We don't know about Glass Island and we don't have enough time. We just walked around the shops along the street. All kinds of shops selling glassware, many have similar but there are always a few are their own characteristics, it is necessary to slowly look carefully to product different. There are still a few of them that can be customized on the spot, which can create exclusive, unique, 100[%] Murano manufacturing. Don't worry about being transferred to a large circle by Tucao to buy a pile of Made in China products. Birds are not afraid of people at all. It's interesting to play a game of grabbing food in front of us. When I leave, I sigh that time is too short.
First, I bought a 24-hour pass and took 4.1 to the Colonna pier on Glass Island. I left the station and walked along the right-hand side. After turning right across the second bridge, I could see Faro pier and transship to Burano. Let's take Route 12. The boat is very loadable and a lot of people can get on it. The handicraft on Glass Island is really beautiful. There is enough time to visit the two islands.
Glass islands are selling glass, a circle down to buy a pile of glass back, it is too expensive, if cheap you can buy a little more. They are off the island of Venice. There were many people on the boat, so tired to stand all the way! There are no buses in Venice, only buses and boats! The boats were swaying.
If Venice has plenty of time, it is possible to take a stroll on the glass island. After all, there are no tickets. I'm afraid I'll be disappointed if I look forward to all kinds of Venice glass. There are few treasures in many street shops, almost all of which are rough crafts. It's great to have an ice-cream to bask in the sun and feed a duck (I don't know if it's a duck or not).
There are many glassware on Glass Island, but it seems to be mass-produced industrially, only a few stores look high-end. The Glass Museum is worth seeing. It displays a lot of wonderful glass products at home and abroad, some of which can be traced back to 2000 years ago. Because of the age, some products have been dim color, but vaguely can speculate the brilliance of that year.
Visit Venice again in late July 2016, then go to Murano on Glass Island for another wharf. Most of the islands are engaged in the production, development and sale of glass products. They are busy looking at the beautiful glass products displayed in the street and window along the way. It is really a beautiful enjoyment.
Murano Island has a beautiful name, Glass Island, because it buys a lot of stained glass products. The white lighthouse is the coordinate here. Walking westward along Bressackio Avenue, there will be a canal called the Glass Canal. There are many boats moored on the canal, and fruit is placed in one boat. This is a typical way of trading here.
Murano Glass Island, a small island near Venice, is famous for its glass-making technology. There are glass museums and glass-making workshops of different sizes on Murano Glass Island, which can visit the manufacturing process according to the time of each workshop. Buy a round trip ticket to Murano Glass Island and Burano Colored Island at the pier near the bridge outside the Venice Railway Station. Suggest that you wander around the island early in the morning and then go back to Venice for dinner. Recommendation!
Because the exquisite glass works of art on the island are also called glass island. The glass manufacturing process here is unique and secret. There are many glass art shops and a glass museum on the island, where you can not only buy beautiful glass works of art, but also understand their production process.