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What you should know about Murano

Famous the world over for its intricate glassware, Murano is a beautiful island off the coast of neighboring Venice. Situated just north of Venice in the picturesque Venetian Lagoon, this small island (several linked islands in fact) is bound to impress. Along the charming streets and alleyways there are an abundance of great little shops, restaurants, and glass factories to explore. Of course, don’t forget to leave time to explore Venice itself: it’s only a short boat ride away.

Hotels in Murano


The hotels in Murano range from B&Bs to 4-star hotels, and are perfect to explore the island and neighboring Venice. Hotel Al Soffiador is a 2-star hotel in Murano that is ideal for those on a budget. It has its own restaurant, and a terrace that’s perfect for relaxing in the sun. Those looking for a luxury hotel in Murano will love the 4-star LaGare Hotel Venezia. This beautifully designed hotel features a restaurant and fitness center, and is just a few minutes walk away from the main sights. You’ll be pleased to learn that Murano has some of the best hotel rates in Venice.

Things to see in Murano


One of the must-see attractions of Murano is the Basilica di Santa Maria e San Donato, a breathtaking church that was originally built in the 7th century. Although impressive on the outside, inside is where the real treasure lies: an incredible 12th-century Byzantine mosaic floor. There’s also the Chiesa di San Pietro Martire, a church that boasts a beautiful interior and even a painting by Tintoretto. Of course, the island of Murano is most famous for its glass, and there’s no better way to learn about it than with a trip to the Museo del Vetro. An interesting and informative experience, it takes you on a journey through centuries of glassmaking history, with both traditional and contemporary pieces to enjoy. Follow your visit to the museum with a tour of one of the island’s glass factories. Seguso glass factory even allows visitors to tour the factory floor and see the master craftsmen at work.

Good for couples


Couples often look to Venice for a romantic getaway, and it’s not hard to see why: beautiful architecture, calming canals, romantic restaurants, and quaint little alleyways often draw large numbers of tourists. Much less crowded but no less enchanting, Murano is the perfect choice for couples who want the romantic Venetian experience, while staying in a place that’s much more quiet and peaceful than the neighboring city of Venice. And the great Murano hotel deals available mean you can stay here for much less than on the main island.

How to get to Murano


Thanks to it’s close proximity to Venice, getting to Murano is Easy. For direct flights from the US to Venice, you’ll need to fly to Marco Polo International Airport. Flights are available from many US cities but they do tend to be seasonal. Once you reach the airport, getting to Murano is straightforward. Just hop on the vaporetto (Blu Line) at the airport and you’ll be at the island in just 30 minutes. In terms of getting around, the island is only around a mile across, so you can walk between places with ease.

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