Close-up of liquid glass near Falkensteiner Hotels


Murano Island is famous all over the world for its antique tradition of glass blowing. In addition to a general visit to the island, there is also the option of visiting a glassworks, where the glass blowers do their artistic work.

Who is it aimed at?
Friends, couples, families, groups

By car, bus and ferry

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Murano is car-free and highly built-up.

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A canal in the famous Venice City near Falkensteiner Hotels


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