Burano can be reached from the Fondamenta Nuove or from the Murano Faro stop, taking the LN line. Burano is one of the prettiest islands in the lagoon: it is a miniature Venice where all the houses are painted in bright colors. Burano is famous for its lace work, an art carried out since the sixteenth century and which is famous worldwide. As soon as you get off the vaporetto, walk along Via Marcello and then turn right to the Fondamenta di San Mauro: You will soon come to Via Baldassare Galuppi that opens onto the square with the same name. Here you will find the Lace Museum, where you can see old pieces of lace and can watch the various stages of work carried out by the experts. In the square there is also the Church of San Marino, which houses the “Crocefissione” painting by Tiepolo and also Palazzo del Podestà. We also advise you to pop into a cake shop on the island to taste the famous bussolai buranelli.