Picturesque Burano, Italy is a destination, definitely worth the ride. One of the islands of the Venice Lagoon, Burano, is a true pop of colors due to the bright miscellaneous fisherman’s houses and boats. Apart from the beauty of its buildings, the Isle is also famous for its unique handmade lace. Still keeping the lace producing tradition, Burano even has a museum with some excellent samples of 16th and 17th-century lace, Scuola del Merletto.
If you get hungry during the trip, Burano has some specialties to offer. Though it's a fisherman’s island, you can taste some fresh seafood dishes here. One of the best restaurants in Burano, Italy is Al Gatto Nero da Ruggero.
Burano is often visited together with Murano, another island of this small but lovely archipelago. Without a doubt, such a tranquil trip through Venetian lagoon will delight even the most sophisticated traveler.