Burano, the island of the Venetian lagoon of colors, is the most populous of the lagoon and has about 2700 inhabitants. The image of the inclined tower of the church of San Martino is recognizable from afar.
From a distance, you recognize the colors of its houses, colors that were used by fishermen to identify with certainty their home from afar.
In the Venetian island of Burano was born Baldassare Galuppi, baroque musician who has entitled the main square.
It is also the island of lace, with many shops that offer these products for sale and where you can watch demonstrations of traditional techniques.
The Lace Museum is told the story of this particular production dating from the early '500.
Here you can taste the famous "bussolai buranei" biscuits made of flour, eggs and sugar with caracteristic form of donut. On the island there are also good restaurants such as Gato Black
If you are looking for what to do in Venice, a visit to Burano is certainly an answer. Its atmosphere of joyful colors will involve you, transporting in a timeless era. To fully appreciate the island of Burano, visit our photo gallery
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