Burano is an island in the Venice lagoon (a 40-minute ferry from Venice) famous for its vibrant buildings and lacemaking. I don’t believe I have ever seen a place more densely packed with vibrant colors and textures in my life. I’ll let the photos tell the story.
On The Way to Burano
Located along the waterway between Venice and Murano, there is a small island called San Michele that contains the San Michele in Isola church. Completed in 1469 and dedicated to Saint Michael, the church once served as a monastery and is one of the first examples of Renaissance architecture in Venice. Today, the island is a large cemetery.
Traveling to Burano, you’ll also pass the island of Murano which is worthy of a stop. Murano is world famous for glass making…a tradition stemming from the late Medieval and Renaissance periods.
For more on Italy:
- Amalfi Coast
- Cinque Terra
- Pisa and Fiesola
8 thoughts on “Burano, Italy – Color & Texture”
Like!! I blog quite often and I genuinely thank you for your information. The article has truly peaked my interest.
Wow! Love the colors and textures!
Thank you, so glad you enjoyed the visual stroll. ✨The residents seem to take great pride in keeping Burano so vibrant.
Thanks for sharing this beautiful place, I’d never heard of it before. Walking through a rainbow is an understatement. Wow!
Wow! This place is amazing! I never heard of it before but now I want to go there!! Thanks for sharing!!
I stumbled across it by accident myself but turns out it is actually a pretty popular location. If you are in Venice and have seen all that you want to there, Burano is a great way to spend half a day.
Wow! Those colours are impressive
Thank you.😊It was like walking through a rainbow…