Oh Wow, Burano is the total opposite of Venice. I have never been on an island like Burano before. It’s colorful houses, little alleys and it’s little center with nice restaurants and ice cream shops are one of a kind. As the sun is shining almost every day over there, it slowly bleaches the colorful brightly painted walls and that is why the people living there have to paint their walls every now and then.
Burano has always been famous for it’s lace products. Women over there were making lace with needles in the early 16th century and the Island is still famous for these products. You can find so many lace shops on this island on every corner.
Stefan and me really enjoyed walking through Burano and taking pictures. The Island is very very small, just 670m in it’s length and 450m in it’s width. We’ve been through all nice spots within 2,5 hours I guess. We had some lunch, pizza of course, and went back to Venice with the Vaporetto. You can take the Vaporetto line 12 running daily from Venice to Burano and it takes you 40 minutes to get there.