Rio dei Vetrai is a small river canal on the Murano Island where the Grand Canal flows.
The Glass Museum is set in Palazzo Giustinian near the Vaporetto waterbus stop. It features a long history of glass dating back to the ancient Egyptian times for visitors to appreciate and admire.
On the floor of the Basilica dei St Maria e Donato’s interior, there is a glass mosaic that was made in the 12th century that contained pieces of glass from their industrial heritage.
The medieval campanile is one of the most important and significant historical monuments in Murano.
There are many shops and cafes around Murano that are very cozy and inviting so that there is always something to do when you are not sightseeing.
If you visit Venice with your family, make sure you try their famous Venetian dish, Figa a la Venessiana, which is liver cooked the Venetian way.
The Glass Museum is on Giustinian Fondamenta near the famous Basilica of St. Maria and Donato; visit this museum to witness the history of glass and how it evolved over the centuries since the Egyptian period.
The most important glass factory in Italy is the Antica Vetreria Fratelli Toso, which was founded in the mid-19th century.
The Basilica dei SS Maria e Donato is one of the most beautiful churches in Italy and is a famous landmark on Murano Island.
The Bell Tower Of San Giacomo is so beautiful with its historic medieval architecture style with a hint of gothic.
The oldest factory of glass in Murano is the mid-19th century Antica Vetreria Fratelli Toso; it is one of the most significant glasshouses in the entire country.
Baccala’ Mantecata is the most popular entree dish in Venetian cuisine. It is made of salted dried cod fish blended with oil, garlic and parsley leaves.