a truly fascinating region, has kept intact its artistic, cultural and
natural treasures. Getting to know Venetia means to discover its ancient
rooted history. Indeed, visitors will find it hard to choose among the
countless tours the area has to offer.
It is a land
inhabited by simple yet extremely warm and friendly people who are glad
to disclose their age-old drinking and eating traditions.
its exceptional location, Treviso offers easy access to many Venetian
art and history, will be fascinated by towns like Padua,
with S. Anthony’s Basilica and Giotto’s frescoed Scrovegni Chapel, or Vicenza,
with the famous Venetian mansions by the architect Andrea Palladio, by
especially by Venice,
the unparalleled world’s gem.
does not encompass only large towns. Its fortified towns are especially
fascinating: Feltre, Bassano (with
the Ponte Vecchio bridge designed by Andrea Palladio, its ceramics and
grappa), Marostica (with
the famous chess-board square), Cittadella
the biggest circular walls in Venetia),
Veneto (Giorgione’s native town), Asolo
charming Medieval village where Eleonora Duse lived), and just a few miles
away Maser (with
the Palladian Barbaro villa whose rooms were embellished by Paolo Veronese),
Canova’s house, gallery of plaster casts and temple). To lovers of art
and good wine we warmly recommend visiting Conegliano,
Veneto and Valdobbiadene,
towns that have become famous worldwide for their production of “Prosecco”
from Treviso it is possible to walk or cycle in the areas surrounding the
city. Water lovers can go to swimming pools in Treviso itself, or,
a short distance away, to the beach at Lido di Jesolo, on the Adriatic
offers a wide range of leisure activities:
by night offers interesting and amusing entertainment: concerts, exhibitions,
and shows of all kinds.
during your stay we will provide every useful piece of information to let
you get the best of what Treviso and Venetia have to offer.
Treviso you can easily reach by train the following towns :
and return journey