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One Day in Venise

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One Day in Venise

Hi , will be reaching Venise late afternoon on Monday and leaving on Wednesday morning. Is it durable to visit Dodge Palace and Murono Island on this short trip? Or should I just spend my time lazing around in the city?

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1. Re: One Day in Venise

DOGE's palace requires some two hours to be visited.

MURANO requires at least ten minutes to get there (from Fondamente Nove), some forty minutes from St.Mark's, then it's up to you how much time to spend there.

You can for example visit Doge's Palace in the morning then Murano in the afternoon, however, unless you're really into glass making, I'd suggest to spend your afternoon wandering in the city of Venice proper.

Edited: 05 November 2013, 17:20
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2. Re: One Day in Venise

You are in Venice a short while, there is plenty to see ,unless you are really interested in Glass , I would not bother with Murano,

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3. Re: One Day in Venise

Definitely skip Murano. Murano is a small village in the style of Venice, but all less opulent.

Check the Doge's Palace, the Basilica, walk towards Punta della Dogana and have a short ferrytrip to Isola San Giorgio, opposite of Piazza San Marco. Oh, and a nice lunch and dinner of course!

Enjoy, Venice is lovely (and 1 day is not enough...;-)

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