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Hotels in Murano

Hotels in Murano

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The hottest weather in Murano comes in July and August, when temperatures average in the high 20s and you get 13 hours of daylight. It’s also, however, the busiest period. If you want to avoid the crowds and still be able to explore the sights when it’s warm then come in June or September, when the average is 24°C.Murano is equally beautiful during the winter months. With temperatures of around 7–8°C in December and January, and little rainfall, it’s still more than pleasant to experience the attractions on offer.
For couples, hotels in Murano can be an appealing alternative to staying in Venice. It’s much quieter than its more touristy neighbour, especially at night, when you can really experience the magical Venetian atmosphere away from the crowds. Hotels tend to be less expensive as well, but often with a range of amenities; some places will include a restaurant, fitness centre and sauna. It’s also easy to get to Venice via the vaporetto (the Venetian canal bus). Journeys are frequent, run late into the evening and take less than 10 minutes.Of the seven small islands – connected by bridges – that make up Murano, stay in a hotel in San Donato. This central island places you within easy reach of the key attractions. These include the Museo del Vetro, housed within a 17th-century palace. The museum gives a fascinating insight into glass production from its ancient beginnings to today. There are also a number of old churches, one featuring an impressive bell tower, a few minutes’ walk apart.Hotels in Burano and Torcello, two of the other main islands that make up the Venetian lagoon, are also great options if you’re looking to stay away from the hubbub of Venice. Burano is famous for its brightly coloured fisherman’s houses and lace-making industry. Tourists are drawn to Torcello to see the Basilica di Santa Maria Assunta, featuring Venetian-Byzantine mosaics and great views from the bell tower.

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