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Venetian Glassblowing Demonstration in Piazza San Marco

  • Duration: 20mins
  • Live guide in English, Italian
  • Entrance to the Murano Glass Factory in the center of Venice
  • Demonstration of the art of Murano glassblowing and the different phases of production from a master artisan
  • Visit of a glass factory showroom to see different types of glass products
  • Small souvenir (one per couple or family)
  • Brochure with description of the art of glassblowing
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Dianne,  Australia Australia
09 Jan 2023
Good
It was great to get us to the glass blowing venue.
Venetian Glassblowing Demonstration in Piazza San Marco
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Jamie,  United States United States
17 Nov 2022
Excellent
The demonstration itself was amazing
Venetian Glassblowing Demonstration in Piazza San Marco
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Ayane,  Switzerland Switzerland
31 Oct 2022
Excellent
Informative! I enjoyed the short but spot on presentation and our guide gave us a lot of information in proper english and could answer my questions. (proper english isnt always the case in italy,...
Informative! I enjoyed the short but spot on presentation and our guide gave us a lot of information in proper english and could answer my questions. (proper english isnt always the case in italy, even in touristy places) Do not expect anything long and fancy, they just show you how its done with a pretty example and explain the process of making it with some historic facts around how glass making and its market developed there over the years.
Venetian Glassblowing Demonstration in Piazza San Marco

About: Glass Factory Galleria San Marco

Get to know the skills of glassblowing from a maestro at Galleria San Marco in Venice.

Glass Factory Galleria San Marco
181/A, San Marco, 30124, Venice
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