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Treviso, Italy, with over 80,000 people, is a picturesque town in the Veneto region in northeast Italy. Treviso's closeness puts visitors off to fashionable Venice: its flowing waterways and calm ambiance cannot compete with the tremendous attractions of its neighbor. Treviso, on the other hand, is a beautiful town with numerous monuments worth a day's visit. It's also a wonderful place to start by visiting the area (especially Venice) or spending a calm Italian vacation.

St. Peter’s Basilica
Treviso, Italy       |        Click by Aleksandr Zykov from Flickr

The town center was reconstructed and repaired after already being bombed. During Wartime, it is a wandering maze of roads surrounded by aisled walks. Staring up, you can see remnants of the painted frescoes that formerly adorned Treviso's homes. A city structure and streams around the settlement. Treviso bills itself as a "citta d'acque," while it cannot match, including its lagoon neighbor, waterways are an integral part of the cityscape. The Sile River flows south of the city center, and channels run through it, surrounded by buildings or grassy banks, weeping willows, watermills, and small parks. The palisade wall, moat, and massive city doorways are still magnificent views.

Treviso, Italy        |       Click by My Italian Sketchbook from Flickr

Treviso's pleasant aura of affluence seems to be another essential quality. There are many things to do in Treviso, Italy. Treviso, Italy restaurants are built in a creative manner. Benetton, the clothing company, operates a massive store in the center of town, behind the Palazzo dei Trecento. Although Venice, the city, doesn't rely on tourism, thus there won't be any ugly tourist traps, ridiculous headgear, or obnoxious tour operators, simply another well-Italian village going about its business.

 

Geneva transportation in tram
ATVO bus      |        Click by Alan B from Flickr

The ATVO bus

ATVO operates regular buses from Treviso Airport to Venice city center. This bus frequently stops in Mestre, one time at the Venezia Santa Lucia railway station and again at Piazzale Roma.

If you think about how to get to Treviso airport from Venice, take the same bus from Piazzale Roma. The busses depart three to two and a half hours before every plane's departure.

A ticket costs € 22 (US$ 21.60) per trip or € 20 (US$ 19.70) per person if purchased in groups of 2 to 9. If you buy 18 tickets, they will cost EUR 18 (US$ 17.70). The return trip must be completed within seven days with this type of ticket.

Bus by Barzi       |        Click by BavarianTramSpotter from Flickr

Bus service by Barzi

The Barzi buses are interconnected with Treviso, Italy Airport, with the city core of Venice.  The buses run at identical times and cost the same amount as ATVO buses. The benefit is that they can travel to the center in 40 minutes rather than 70 minutes because they utilize the motorway. The bus driver helps you to get the ticket.

Car

Treviso Airport is only 5 kilometers / 3.1 miles inland, and the trip takes 12 minutes. Traveling on the A27 road takes 28 minutes to Mestre (30 km / 18.6 miles) and 35 minutes to Venice (40 km / 24.9 miles). Look for the cheapest car to hire from Treviso airport, Italy. Mestre is situated on the peninsula and is part of the Venice municipality; it offers a less expensive choice for Venice. You can hire car rental from Treviso Airport, Italy. 

Battery Bus
Train, Treviso        |      Click by Ike ofSpain from Flickr

Train

While there is no regular train connection to Treviso Airport, you can arrive at Treviso's central railway station and transfer to a bus route (the bus stop is located directly in front of the railway station). This is a wise option if you must get to the airport because it is less expensive. The train fare from Venice Mestre to Treviso Centrale is €3.45, and the bus fare from Treviso Centrale to Treviso Airport is €1.30.

Public bus

Mobilità di Marca is a bus service operator in Treviso that joins the city center (the central railway station) and the airport (line nr.6).

A one-way bus fare costs €1.30 and may be purchased at the airport or directly from the bus driver.

The ticket is usable for 75 minutes when it has been verified. Rydeu transports you from the airport to Isola Tronchetto, where you can take the PeopleMover to Piazzale Roma in Venice. The very same business also provides a service to Mestre Railway Station.

Treviso, Italy, with over 80,000 people, is a picturesque town in the Veneto region in northeast Italy. Treviso's closeness puts visitors off to fashionable Venice: its flowing waterways and calm ambiance cannot compete with the tremendous attractions of its neighbor. Treviso, on the other hand, is a beautiful town with numerous monuments worth a day's visit. It's also a lot of places to visit in Treviso, Italy (especially Venice) or spend a calm Italian vacation.

The town center was reconstructed and repaired after already being bombed. During Wartime, it is a wandering maze of roads surrounded by aisled walks. Staring up, you can see remnants of the painted frescoes that formerly adorned Treviso's homes. A city structure and streams around the settlement. Treviso bills itself as a "Citta d'acque," while it cannot match, including its lagoon neighbor, waterways are an integral part of the cityscape. The Sile River flows south of the city center, and channels run through it, surrounded by buildings or grassy banks, weeping willows, watermills, and small parks. The palisade wall, moat, and massive city doorways are still magnificent views.

Treviso's pleasant aura of affluence seems to be another essential quality. There are many things to do in Treviso, Italy. Treviso, Italy restaurants are built in a creative manner. Benetton, the clothing company, operates a massive store in the center of town, behind the Palazzo dei Trecento. Although in Venice, the city doesn't rely on tourism, thus there won't be any ugly tourist traps, ridiculous headgear, or obnoxious tour operators, simply another well-known Italian village going about its business. There are many places for shopping in Treviso, Italy.

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