The tour was good but the time in each island was too short. The guide was incredible and super knowledgeable.
Our only bad experience was with Viator customer service representatives on the phone. We initially purchased 5 adult tickets but then decided to add 2 children. When we asked for this modification the first representative gave us attitude and hung up on us when we asked to speak to a supervisor. The second time we called, we were provided with a completely different price than what was advertised online. Eventually, we were told to just add the children the day of the tour. The pricing there was much lower than what we were told.
Again, the tour itself was great, just be careful with pricing.
This tour was really amazing and took us to a lot of the little islands we wouldn't otherwise get to see. It was very difficult to find the correct place to meet the tour at, but, even though we were running late, they still waited for us. We had a really great time at the glass blowing factory and would recommend this tour to anyone! It's also a great tour to do a some shopping for gifts!
Boat was lovely, but not enough time to really explore any of the islands once there. Murano was a demo and a shop, didn't get to go into town at all. Definitely convenient, and informative. I'd recommend just Burano and Murano, if you could spend more time in both places. Torcello was interesting, but again, not enough time to really get a good look at the church there.
Tour allowed 40 minutes at each island. Only Murano and Burano were worth visiting. Skip the factory they take you to and head out to the cities. You can do a trip to Murano and Burano on your own and have more time in each place.
Good price, it does extactly what it says on the tin but no more. This is the easiest way to see all three islands without hiring an expensive private boat, but stops are to short and it is definitely a water taxi not a tour if your english as the tour guide only speaks in Italian.