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Valporetto Service from Murano/Burano


tomkat50

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They do, and I would guess that in normal business hours it is no less frequent than every 30 minutes. One of the routes that goes to Murano also goes to Burano. There are signs at each vaporetto dock showing all of the stops on the lines, and all of the larger ones have an electrionic sign anouncing the next departure. Murano doesn't have that--too small, but you could figure it out before you left the 'mainland' if you can call it that--Venice proper, anyway.

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According to the website of a restaurant on Burano (Da Romano, the one with the Go fish Rissoto that Anthony Bordain went crazy over on his Venice show), you can reach Burano using the #12 Vaporetto leaving from Fondamente Nuove, a motorboat #14 leaving from Riva degli Schivavoni

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They do, and I would guess that in normal business hours it is no less frequent than every 30 minutes. One of the routes that goes to Murano also goes to Burano. There are signs at each vaporetto dock showing all of the stops on the lines, and all of the larger ones have an electrionic sign anouncing the next departure. Murano doesn't have that--too small, but you could figure it out before you left the 'mainland' if you can call it that--Venice proper, anyway.

 

The stop we got on in Murano for Burano (small building) had electronic signs announcing departures, as well as numerous posted schedules.)

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The stop we got on in Murano for Burano (small building) had electronic signs announcing departures, as well as numerous posted schedules.)

 

Oops, sorry. must have missed it, or maybe we were at a different stop. I believe there are 5 on Murano. . .we were going the opposite way, back to Venice. Good to know in any event,

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A word of warning about returning from Burano. There is a route called San Marco Direto (sp?). Do not take it (unless you have time) as is goes way around the northern and eastern edge of the lagoon and take 1½ hours.

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