I like mentioned in my last post about Murano, Burano was a must for me while we were staying in Venice. I was probably more excited about Burano than Venice itself. If you love taking pictures like I do, this island is heaven.
From St. Mark’s Square, we walked over to the water bus stops and bought all day water bus passes from the ticket kiosk (with the help from a super nice Italian lady). They run about 20 euros each and you can ride the vaporetto all day with the same ticket. I highly recommend purchasing the all day pass especially if you want to visit both Murano and Burano.
The vaporetto ride from St. Mark’s Square to Burano is crowded but scenic. It makes a lot of stops but after Murano, the boats frees up a lot. When leaving Murano or Burano in the afternoon, be prepared to be packed in like sardines or have to wait for the next water bus (and sometimes, it is 15-30 minutes between buses). We left Burano right after lunch and we didn’t make it on the 1st vaporetto and had to wait 20 minutes for the next one to arrive.