Burr and first team coach Jon McCarthy returned to the UK on Wednesday evening following a four-day visit to Turin.
Last year Riccardo Cavallari, the Italian club’s education and welfare coordinator, visited Chester and attended a meeting of the Senior Blues supporters' group.
He was so impressed he suggested creating a working relationship between the two clubs, leading to the management team being invited to spend some time at the Serie A giants.
Burr and McCarthy flew out on Sunday and watched Juventus beat Genoa 1-0 before spending two days attending training and being shown around the academy.
"It was a fabulous experience," said Burr.
"We went to the game on the Sunday to watch them play Genoa and Tevez got the winner so everybody was happy and happy on the Monday morning when we went in to watch the lads training.
"It was a great experience and there's one or two things that we might be able to devlop.
"They made us feel very, very welcome and like I say it was just a great experience to have those four days at a club like Juventus.
"The DNA of how they run from the academy right through to the first team was very interesting and there's things that you're going to learn from a club like Juventus in the short time we were there
"Training was pretty similar to what we do here but obviously the quality of the players and the level they are at was a joy to watch but there wasn't a great deal of difference to what we do here.
"I think the thing we picked most was the fact how much they look at the fine details they put into things and that's something we can take and use here."
Burr told The Chronicle he was particularly impressed with the club's under-19s, who are coached by ex-Italian international Fabio Grosso, scorer of the winning penalty in the 2006 FIFA World Cup final.
"I jumped at the chance to go," said Burr.
"I've been abroad watching one or two clubs training but not a club as big as Juventus.
"We got the chance to watch the under-19s train on the Tuesday morning and watching those lads they will be the future for Champions League games in time to come.
"Like I say, it was a fantastic experience and we can't thank them enough for their hospitality and how they looked after us.
"We did have one or two meetings and hopefully we'll look at seeing if we can develop things between the two clubs."
Burr and McCarthy posted frequent updates on Twitter through the trip.
The manager confirmed the pair's attempts to lure France star Paul Pogba to the club for £250 a week, vouchers for fashion store Tessuti and a VIP pass for Cruise nightclub had been unsuccessful.
"With the tweeting and just keeping the fans updated with what we were doing, there was a lot of good banter and that's the enjoyable part of Twitter," said Burr.
"We kept the fans updated with little quips like watching Macca's goal on YouTube because there was nothing on television.
"It was enjoyable and I hope the fans enjoyed the feedback from our time there."