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Tour Jesolo – Venice – Murano + Guided Tour of the Glassworks

Max people

240

Meeting point

Venice

Start time

9.30

Are you coming back with us? Start

15.30

Are you coming back with us? Finish

Overview

Tour Jesolo – Venice – Murano | Brief Information:

Board the motorboat and depart at 9:30 AM from the Port of Jesolo in Piazza Faro. Arrive in Venice at 10:30 AM for a technical stop (boat change) and depart for the island of Murano from the pier in front of Palazzo Cornoldi.
Visit a glass factory with a demonstration of blown glass making. Free time.
Return from Murano is scheduled at 3:45 PM from the same arrival pier (45.454306, 12.356626).

 

How to reach the Departure Point in Jesolo?
Azzurra provides a free bus that travels along the coast for those who have already purchased a ticket. Check here for the itinerary and schedules (link to the bus page).
The bus allows you to reach Azzurra’s boarding point directly.
The free bus service is also guaranteed for the return.
NOTICE: the return route takes place along the parallel streets to via Bafile due to a one-way traffic system. Therefore, check the most suitable stop.
Alternatively, you can drive directly to Azzurra’s boarding point. It is possible to park your car in the area.

 

BOOKING INFORMATION:
You can cancel the reservation, but remember to inform Azzurra via email at info@turistica-azzurra.it within 24 hours before the excursion date. If you cancel within 72 hours before the excursion date, you will be refunded. We will only retain the payment fee.
Print or keep the booking voucher on your smartphone and show it to the staff before boarding.


Departure time and place:

From June 18, 2024, to September 15, 2024, at 9:30 AM from Jesolo Piazza Faro, change at 10:30 AM from Venice – Cornoldi.
Departure every Tuesday and Thursday.
Enter the date and select the number of people to purchase tickets.

 

Excursion description:
Board the motorboat and depart from Jesolo – Piazza Faro. The navigation is partly in open sea, passing in front of the coast of Cavallino-Treporti. Then you enter the lagoon, passing the Cavallino Lighthouse and facing the famous MOSE, the system of movable dams protecting Venice from high water. You will sail along the coast of the Lido of Venice, pass in front of the Forte di Sant’Andrea, the Biennale gardens, then enter the San Marco Basin with the majestic view of the most beautiful square in the world. Arrival in Venice in San Marco Basin, the true entrance to Venice.

Technical stop (boat change) and departure towards the island of Murano, an island famous worldwide for its blown glass production. This tradition, jealously guarded for centuries, will be revealed to you. You will have the opportunity to watch one of the master glassmakers at work during a glassblowing demonstration: an unmissable experience!

You will have the opportunity to explore the island, perhaps stopping at the famous Glass Museum or the Cathedral of Saints Mary and Donato.

The return departure is scheduled for 3:45 PM from the same pier at Fondamenta Andrea Navagero, in front of the Ferro Lazzarini Glassworks. Arrival in San Marco is scheduled for 4:15 PM in time to reboard Azzurra and return to Jesolo.

 

Useful information:

  • This tour is available in English, Italian, German.
  • Guided tour available every Tuesday and Thursday.

 

What’s included:

  • About 8-hour tour of the Venice lagoon
  • Boat transfers between the islands
  • Glassblowing demonstration in Murano
  • 4 hours of free time to explore the island.
  • Return from Murano to Jesolo
  • Multilingual guide on board

 

What’s excluded:

  • Food and drinks
  • Tips

 

Ticket type:
8-hour tour

Rates: 

  • Adults €40
  • Children (4-11 years) €20
  • Children (0-3) €0
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Departures may be suspended without notice in case of adverse weather and sea conditions.