There is no exquisiteness of a glass island, and no live waves of a colorful island, ensuring that the original appearance of Venice is truly retained
Now the island is almost uninhabited and there are few tourists. There are some historical sites to visit.
The island is beautiful. There are not many activities to do but it is still worth a visit for the view of the lagoon. There are beautiful churches and museums on the island. We love the water bus tour here, it's so beautiful.
This is a small and exquisite island. The most famous attraction on the island is St. Mary's Church. It is very beautiful. It feels like an independent place. Hemingway also lived on this island for some time.
It’s a pretty small island. We go there in the off-season, so there are not many people on the island. It’s good to take a walk and sit on the lawn. Some shops are closed. Generally speaking It's more natural.
Not much to see but if you're an open-minded person. You'll see the value!
Torcello is an island with very few inhabitants and very beautiful sights. Visit the Basilica di Santa Maria Assunta and the ruins that surround it.
This island is also a huge place in Venice. Many of the buildings in the whole city are also very beautiful. When you visit here, you can see a lot of things. The small island occupies a good area. I like it very much. Came here to visit.
Torcero loves its idyllic style! The quietness contrasts with the noise of the coloured island, but Torcello is said to have been once brilliant and prosperous, the birthplace of Venice, and still has many remains on the island. Today there are only 30 families here.
Preston_Dominguez: Venice, Italy
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Burano Island,Torcello,Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta,Lace Museum,San Francesco del Deserto