What visit: Venice is not only Piazza of San Marco, Campanille and the Basilica of San Marco, has museums, churches and squares named field, and all distributed by different districts of the island. We have visited the Museum of Scuola Grande di San Rocco located in the District of Groce where you can see 54 paintings from the famous painter Tintoretto and have visitadodoce churches scattered throughout the island which we have also seen paintings by the same artist. This is why we advise that if you’re not a great lover of painting purchased a Chorus Pass for 10 per person with which you can visit 16 churches distributed throughout the island where also see different architectures both outside and inside and see paintings of Tintoretto and other artists also go over and meet the island of Venice. In addition the Chorus Pass is cheaper than museums. An example is the Church of San Giovanni de Bragora, located in the Cannaregio/Castello district that apart from his paintings and altars, which we have studied music, thank you see the stack of baptism and birth certificate of the famous musician Antonio Vivaldi listening to music by the composer’s background. For the Venetians is one of the most charming. There are also excursions to visit other islands such as the Isle of Murano and Burano Island, which are a 10 minutes by boat. We’ve visited the island of Murano, which is well-known for the Murano glass.
It is an island that has nothing to envy to the Venice. It has its own Grand Canal, churches, Museum of glass etc.. . Its main business, apart from tourism, is his precious Murano glass, simply you run out of words when you see spectacular colorful creations of figures, dining room lamps, vases is really worth visiting this magnificent island and see how they work the glass.