The lagoon seen from the top of the deck is likely to keep you busy for days and it looks like it is well worth exploring. Venice really has countless lagoons. We also need to study a little more next time or next time.
We took the 4.2 steamer to Murano for breakfast and then continued on the 12th to Burbank and Tochero. After returning on the 13th boat, we also visited several islands and experienced the entire lagoon, and looked up close at unbuilt marshlands and birds. You need to spend a whole day touring the islands and lagoons.
The beauty of the Venice Lagoon is beyond words, and it has been breathtaking for generations. It has a sense of ethereal beauty, a fascinating culture and a rich history that has kept me fascinated. This is where the Venice story begins, and of course (without the threat of rising sea levels) this beauty will always be there.
If you have time on your Venice trip, try to see some of the islands in Penghu. We went to Branno, Murano, Lido and Chioga and used the daily travel pass on the water bus. We enjoyed the variety of different environments and ambiance.
Vanice Lake is the largest lake in the country, on the Adriatic Sea. The city of Venice is located in the center of the lake, which is made up of 118 islands. The lake is beautiful, and it is a good way to travel to and from the island of Venice by water bus.