Photo by Sarah Strader
Venice is one of a few islands in the Venetian Lagoon. There are no cars on Venice, or industrial factories. Murano, one of the islands in the lagoon, is where all the famous glass is made. Tours happen almost every day where you can see how the glass is blown. There are plenty of places to eat and shop once you are done with the tour and don’t forget to see the glass museum before leaving the island! It is a fantastic walk through the history of glass on the island.
Next you have Burano; a small fishing village that is best known for its fine, handmade, lace. It is also a great stop for photographers, because of all the colorful houses!