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“if you can take a tour around it”
Review of Laguna di Venezia

Laguna di Venezia
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US$81.49*
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Venice Day Trip by High-Speed Catamaran from Pula
Ranked #20 of 827 things to do in Venice
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: Many famous and fascinating islands can be found on this large body of water located between Venice and the Adriatic Sea. Murano, Burano, Torcello
Reviewed 29 June 2018

I absolutely loved it! Just riding around in Vaporetto around the islands. And it's a cheap fun, just buy a one day pass and enjoy!

Thank aleksandrablazejczak
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Reviewed 27 June 2018

If you have a day or multi-day vaporetto pass I suggest you hop on the #3 at Ferrovia or #7 at Zaccaria and ride around the lagoon. It's very interesting to see the variety of specialized craft going about their business and on the #7 you'll also get to see parts of 'industrial' Venice with its marinas small industries and repair facilities.

Thank cmbtraveller
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Reviewed 26 June 2018

the lagoon is the stretch of water which opens up from the grand canal, use the waterbus or private water taxi (expensive option) to explore and venture further afield past the main tourist areas, head for LIDO and on arrival walk up the main street to the beach - its glorious!

Thank Sjc1965
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Reviewed 14 June 2018

The manager of the ship's onshore tour section gave a commentary via loudspeaker as we approached Venice. It was interesting to hear snippets of history about the Lagoon, the establishment of the City of Venice, the methods used to stabilise the ground, etc. His talk also covered some of the other islands, particularly Murano. At low tide there are extensive mud flats (didn't see any) and with high tides the area is prone to flooding. It is an attractive area of water and a photographer's dream when you cruise past the small islands, some covered with vegetation, the grass airstrip, old pumping stations, retaining walls and the City as it looms nearer. Heavy shipping movements.
If only the Lagoon could tell the tales of the Venetian adventurers and merchants that departed its shores and returned with riches of the outside world.

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Reviewed 3 June 2018

Lots of Islands to visit. Use the ACTV Vaporetti service to get around. Regular sailings make it very easy.

Good bird watching in the quieter parts.

Thank TarkanFan
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