Treviso

Dec 13, 2018 - Dec 14, 2018

2 guests - 1 room

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What are travelers saying about Treviso?

9.8
History Buffs
9.8
Family Travelers
8.6
Art & Design Lovers
7.5
Luxury Travelers
7.4
Foodies
Member reviews (11)
Manuela Nadin
Manuela NadinPadua, Italy
7/24/16

It is a lovely city of Veneto region, just half an hour driving from Venice. It is quite small, only 80.000 inhabitants. It is a small jewel, founded during Paleoveneta era on the Sile river, and now being a very interesting an cute site to visit. Treviso is quite a rich city and you could find evidence of this wellness just visiting it. It is well known for its wine culture and taste for good food.

Thomas
Thomas
10/1/14

Treviso is known as the City of Art and it is almost like a smaller version of Venice with ancient Architecture, cobblestone streets and little waterways and watermills running through it. It has the mos fantastic shops and restaurants too.

Jacopo M
Jacopo M
7/25/14

Water characterizes Treviso as it is intersected by the Sile River, which penetrates the intricate medieval urban web with its canals. Enclosed by the sixteenth-century town walls, the picturesque porticoed houses (from 1400-1500) almost fully preserve the late Gothic and Renaissance outer frescoes (250 painted façades, unique in Italy). But Treviso is also the capital of a wealthy province, which includes ten fascinating historic and art centers. Highlights: - Medieval Duomo - Piazza dei Signori and palazzo dei Trecento (1210) and the city tower - Piazza Monte di Pietà - Ancient houses (XV century) of Via Canova and Via Riccati

Yellonero
YelloneroPhoenix, Arizona, USA
1/6/17

A charming little town, just 25 kms north of Venice. An ideal spot to make your base if you want to explore that part of Italy. Venice, Trieste, Padova, Verona, Ferrara and as far as Bologna are easily reachable by train and all within day-trip distance. You can also rent a car and drive to Bolzano, Cortina or any of the other resorts in the Dolomites for a relaxing getaway weekend, away from the tourist hordes in Venice.

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