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Bus Transfer between Lido di Jesolo and Venice

1. Bus Transfer between Lido di Jesolo and Venice

Ride in an air-conditioned bus from Lido di Jesolo to Venice. Take a quick trip to Venice while on your beach vacation. Or if your visiting Venice, add a splash of sun with a visit to Lido di Jesolo. The bus runs between the Lido Jesolo bus station and the Venice city center every half-hour, from early morning to late at night.  Book your tickets in advance and you can catch the bus at any point during the day. The ride takes about one hour. Enjoy comfortable and hassle-free travel.

From Jesolo: Day Trip to Murano, Burano, and Torcello

2. From Jesolo: Day Trip to Murano, Burano, and Torcello

Escape the crowds in Venice and hop on a boat bound for the three most famous Venetian islands: Murano, Burano, and Torcello. Set sail from Punta Sabbioni and make a quick stop in Venice to pickup other tour participants before heading to Murano. Enjoy the beautiful views of the lagoon and its scattered islands while learning about the history of Venice and the islands you will visit from your expert guide. Once in Murano, you'll have an hour to explore the island, world-famous for its long tradition of glass-making. Choose to attend a 15-minute demonstration by a master glassmaker and pick up some local glass handicrafts or visit the Cathedral of Santa Maria and Donato and wander the town's quaint streets. Move on to Burano where you will have about two hours to take in views of the island's famous colored houses. Peruse the shops selling renowned Burano lace and visit workshops where it is common to see women intent on embroidering various lace products. Enjoy the mesmerizing backdrop of vividly colored houses, flowered balconies, fishermen coming and going in their boats, and the leaning bell tower. Eat lunch wherever you choose or get tips from your local guide on the best spots for different budgets. Finally, make an hour-long stop at Torcello. Once the most populated island in the Republic of Venice and the trading center of the city, Torcello was gradually abandoned over the centuries and today has just over 10 inhabitants. Enjoy the sleepy, bucolic setting of this ideal island getaway from the hustle and bustle of Venice. Check out the Cathedral of Santa Maria dell'Assunta, the Devil's Bridge, the Church of Santa Fosca, and the ancient stone chair called Attila's Throne.

Venice, Murano, and Burano Excursion from Jesolo

3. Venice, Murano, and Burano Excursion from Jesolo

Thanks to this guided excursion to Venice, Murano and Burano from Punta Sabbioni, you can discover the wonders of the Venetian lagoon by travelling on board a comfortable motorboat. Starting from Punta Sabbioni, the boat will stop in San Marco for a few minutes before proceeding to Murano, an island renowned worldwide for its centuries-old tradition of blown glass. Accompanied by your expert guide, you will visit one of the still active kilns where you can attend a demonstration on glass working and where there will be the opportunity to buy handmade products. Afterwards, you will have about an hour of free time during which you could taste some 'cicheto' or stroll through the craft shops and bridges on the canals. Next, you will be heading to Burano, the island of lace and colored houses. Here you could visit the Lace Museum, have lunch in a classic buranella trattoria and sample some typical dishes like 'risotto di gò', or go to a pastry shop and taste a 'Bussolà' and an 'Esse', the two typical cakes from Burano. Alternatively, you can visit one of the most prestigious lace exhibitions, or discover the beauty of the area, such as the leaning bell tower or the house of Bepi Suà, the most colorful and particular of the whole island. At this point, the tour will proceed to Venice, making a brief stop at Punta Sabbioni to disembark those wanting to end the tour here. Once you reach Venice, you will have free time to explore the city. You can visit St Mark's Square and its monuments, opt for a walk and an ice cream in Riva degli Schiavoni, or move to the Rialto area for a picture of the famous bridge or to do some shopping. If you choose the 9.15, 10.00 or 10.30 am departure from Punta Sabbioni, you will arrive in Venice where you can start the tour spending free time there and then leave for Murano and Burano at 1.00 pm.

Punta Sabbioni: Venice By Night and Sunset Panoramic Cruise

4. Punta Sabbioni: Venice By Night and Sunset Panoramic Cruise

Panoramic sunset boat ride with prosecco & sweets and free time in Venice by night! With guide on board. 18:45 check-in at Punta Sabbioni, pier n.5, Il Doge di Venezia desk 19:00 departure of the boat the panoramic sunset tour - Giudecca Canal, Lido, San Servolo, San Giorgio, Arsenale. Prosecco and biscuits will be served on board. 20:30 arrival in Venice - San Marco, free time to discover the city by night! 22:00 departure from San Marco. 22:30 arrival in Punta Sabbioni, end of excursion. (connection atvo bus to Jesolo at 22:45 lines 5/ and 5)

From Jesolo: Verona, Sirmione, and Lake Garda Full Day Tour

5. From Jesolo: Verona, Sirmione, and Lake Garda Full Day Tour

As this full-day (11-hour) excursion begins, you’ll relax on a bus transfer to Verona and listen to your guide’s comments about the trip highlights and the history of Verona and Sirmione. Take in views of the Veneto countryside and the scenic beauty of Lake Garda and its Mediterranean vegetation of olive trees, cypresses, magnolias, oleanders, and lemon trees. You'll arrive in Verona at about 11:00 and then embark on a guided walking tour of the center. Visit the colorful and lively Piazza delle Erbe that was the site of the Roman Forum. See the house of Juliet with the famous balcony, the Piazza dei Signori, where you’ll find the old City Hall, and the nearby Scaligere Tomb and Piazza Bra, which is the center of modern Verona. From Piazza Bra you’ll see the second-largest amphitheater in Italy (after the Colosseum), built in the first century for Roman performances and gladiator battles. It is now a venue for opera performances. After the guided tour you’ll have some free time on your own. Next you’ll depart on the 30-minute drive to Sirmione, a tiny town on the banks of Lake Garda. In Sirmione you can enjoy an optional boat trip (of around 20 minutes) to the far side of the lake. You’ll have free time to explore the romantic peninsula of Sirmione and take in the town’s narrow streets and its medieval walls and castle. Depart Sirmione at around 16:30, arriving in Jesolo at 19:00.

Jesolo Lido: Express Bus to Noventa di Piave Designer Outlet

6. Jesolo Lido: Express Bus to Noventa di Piave Designer Outlet

This is a daily, frequent and comfortable coach service available all day, connecting the most trendy beach of the north Adriatic Coast to the exclusive fashion hub of northeastern Italy. McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Noventa di Piave is a shopping lovers’ paradise boasting over 160 boutiques offering international luxury and designer brands with reductions up to 70 per cent, all year long.  Furthermore, with this ticket, you will have a special Fashion Passport, granting you an extra 10% off on outlet prices and an Aperitif voucher. Upon arrival head to the “Guest Services” Point and show your GetYourGuide voucher to collect your exclusive welcome pack: the bus drop-off stop is close to the entrance where the “Guest Services” Point is. You will see it as soon as you walk into the Outlet. For the return, the bus will pick you up from Noventa Designer Outlet, the same as the drop-off point, so head back to the exit close to the “Guest Services” Point. Bus trips are regular and frequent. Your round trip ticket can be used in the same day and in 50 minutes you will reach the exclusive fashion center and then go back to Lido di Jesolo. Enjoy your shopping however long you prefer, as you will have bus connections every hour until 20:15 to go back. With no traffic or parking problem, enjoy your shopping hassle-free.

Concordia Sagittaria: Roman City & Venetian Aperitif

7. Concordia Sagittaria: Roman City & Venetian Aperitif

Discover the charming Roman colony of Iulia Concordia, about 20 km from the well-known sea resort of Caorle, on the North-Adriatic Coast. Plunge into the fascinating Roman era accompanied by a local expert guide, who will tell you the ancient secrets of Concordia while having a relaxing walking tour. Visit the Cathedral of Santo Stefano Protomartyr and its Baptistery, archaeological excavations which brought to light important Roman commercial routes, the Loggia Comunale with its funerary monuments, and other relevant pieces of this invaluable heritage. Enjoy a a delicious typical Venetian aperitif as a worthy conclusion of this amazing tour.

Portogruaro: Walking Tour With Local Guide

8. Portogruaro: Walking Tour With Local Guide

Get an insider’s view of Portogruaro’s Venetian-style architecture and canals on a walking tour alongside a local guide. Begin your urban walking adventure by meeting your guide at the Portogruaro bus station. Make your way to the greenery of the beautiful town park and head towards the Villa Comunale, a breathtaking example of Renaissance architecture. Turn the corner towards the ancient St. Andrea mills, which were the center of Portogruaro's ancient economy and now provide the best views of the town. Marvel at the leaning bell tower and the Cathedral of Sant'Andrea with its beautiful frescoes. As you stroll, your friendly local guide will tell you interesting facts and anecdotes about the city’s past and the people who have lived here. The tour will end at the Tourist Info Point in the amazing Piazza della Repubblica, wirth the opportunity to find further infos and insights as well as to purchase, if you wish, amazing gadgets and souvenirs, local wine&food products and hand made items: in short the excellences of the town and of the surrounding area, that you only can find here. Definitely an added value to this unforgettable experience.

Villa Bogdano 1880: Guided Winery Tour and Tasting

9. Villa Bogdano 1880: Guided Winery Tour and Tasting

Discover “Villa Bogdano 1880”: a historical Estate and the name of a Label as well, that identifies the fine wines produced here. The amazing wine estate is set in Lison di Portogruaro, in the renowned “doc Pramaggiore Wine Area” area, close to Venice and between the Alps and the North Adriatic Coast. Listen to the compelling introduction of the guide to the historical and environmental context, and then reach the panoramic terrace from where you can admire the medieval forest - Natura 2000 biodiversity site - and the historical vineyards: some of them date back to the end of the 19th century, are meticulously restored and still used to produce Villa Bodgano 1880’s fine wines. Return to the estate and admire the cellar with its historical wine cement tanks, which are still used. Enjoy then a very pleasant tasting of 3 wines labeled “Villa Bogdano 1880”, guided by WSET-qualified staff and accompanied by delicious bakery products, in the amazing scenery of an antique dinner room in the historical villa.

Veneto: Vineyard Tour with Wine Tasting

10. Veneto: Vineyard Tour with Wine Tasting

Visit a vineyard tucked in Veneto, northeast of Venice. Spend your time wandering the rows of grape-bearing wines and check out the cellar with its barrels and bottles of wines. Afterward, enjoy trying a selection of wines such as Tenuta Polvaro Prosecco D.O.C. Extra Dry, Tenuta Polvaro Lison Classico D.O.C.G., and Tenuta Polvaro Cabernet Sauvignon D.O.C. in the wine shop. Savor gastronomic pairings as you pinpoint the subtle flavors of the wines.

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What people are saying about Jesolo

Overall rating

4.5
(654 reviews)

The activity was good. But you were largely dependent on yourself. Support only if you asked for it. The guide was forgettable. Explaining the tour in three languages that he didn't really speak, that doesn't work. The version also included guidance in German. Description matches the meeting point. Google and Komoot differ by around 400m. But it's not really a problem. You can ask yourself questions.

This was honestly the best boat trip I have taken so far. Burano was one of my favourite stop. I really recommend it. Met awesome people on the way. The tour is easily accessible at Punta Sabonni if you are new to Italy, recommend you to take this one as it takes you back to where you gotten on.

Wonderful day trip, our guide Stefania was great and very knowledgeable about so much, our driver Georgio too was amazing highly recommend the trip , make sure you have got comfortable shoes as lots of walking

Worked great. This means you don't have to buy a ticket on site

Very nice and well organized trip to Venice. Great sunset 😊