Panificio Pasticceria Palmisano Carmelina sells: bussolà buranello, bussolà with chocolate, Burano's esse, bricole, fragolini, limoncini, zaletti with chocolate, zaeti veneti with raisins, dogi, caorline, sbreghette, cocchini, peverini, moretti.
Panificio Pasticceria Palmisano Carmelina in Burano Italy
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About Panificio Pasticceria Palmisano Carmelina
It was the passion for sweets and good things to push Carmelina Palmisano to produce Venetian pastry's cakes and biscuits in the family bakery located in Burano.
Even today, mixing simple ingredients like flour, eggs and butter, refined pastries are baked like the bussolà of Burano, the Burano's Esse, the Zaletti (zaeti) and Moretti, who over time have become the symbols of the traditional sweets of Venice and typical Venetian biscuits.
This success could only lead to widening the horizon of the family bakery: "MG Venetian Biscuits" (located in Jesolo, Venice) has now taken up the Carmelina Palmisano's tradition and experience succeeded in expanding the production and sale of biscuits, pastries and confectionery products around the world, maintaining a constant presence in the region of Veneto and Venice, in particular.
The expansion of production to meet increasing demand, has been achieved preserving techniques and artisan care, in order to avoid the loosing of the tradition and, above all, to maintain the high quality of the confectionery products.
The proof of the validity of the chosen path is represented by our customers and consumers, who continue to appreciate and reward our typical craft specialties of Venice.
The Palmisano family has a variegated production: various types of biscuits, packed in different sizes to meet the individual needs of its clients, whose common denominator is the pursuit of excellence in the product.
bussolà buranello, bussolà with chocolate, Burano's esse, bricole, fragolini, limoncini, zaletti with chocolate, zaeti veneti with raisins, dogi, caorline, sbreghette, cocchini, peverini, moretti.
This fascinating boat trip in Venice islands offers you a Murano, Burano and Torcello half-day sightseeing tour without taking too much time away from visiting Venice: this Venice lagoon trip has, in fact, a total duration of four hours and includes short stops on all three islands.
A pleasant and economical way to make a trip to Burano, Murano and Torcello, departing from the central San Marco Square. For your Burano tour's reservation, please click on the button below.
This boat trip in the lagoon will allow you to concentrate the 4 hours at your disposal to visit Murano and Burano, the two most famous islands of Venice.
The stops on the islands will be about an hour in Murano, where you can admire the glass working in a glass factory and an hour and a half in Burano, where you can visit a typical lace shop.
The guided tours to these places will still optional and you can choose how to manage your visit to the islands.
Also this tour departs from Piazza San Marco.
If you are a "DIY tourist", who prefer to move freely without the comfort of our tours, you can get to Burano with the public vaporetto (Line 12). You can skip the line at the ticket offices buying the water bus tickets online.
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