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Treviso is located in the northeast of Italy, in the region of Veneto, approximately 20 miles north of Venice. The pleasant town of Treviso has a healthy flow of tourists throughout the year, and is best known for its wine production and culinary delights, although this birthplace of Benetton attracts plenty of artists, fashion designers, filmmakers, and art lovers each year. Many tourists to Treviso recommend car hire as the most convenient way to get about. Please purchase car hire in Treviso here today and let us find you the best deals online by comparing quotes from dozens of leading suppliers such as Hertz, Avis, and Europcar.
Those searching for historical sights should head to the gigantic Romanesque-Gothic San Nicolo, Via San Nicolo. This ornate building has a superb vaulted ceiling with late 14th-century mural paintings painted by Tomaso da Modena. Round the corner is the Episcopal Seminary, home to 40 unique portraits of Dominican monks.
Treviso is famous for its copper and wrought iron utensils, and located on Via Palestro is the store, Prior, easily the best place to shop. Stretching across the Via Perscheria, is the sweet smelling open air market where you can buy the town's home-grown cherries.
Treviso is a haven for Italian cuisine, and if you want to experience the best of its culinary fare, then head to El Toule da Alfredo, on Via Collalto 26. This restaurant chain is known throughout Italy for its superb food and offers delicious dishes such as its sorbets made with local fruit. There are a number of cheaper, less immaculate, restaurants close by.
The wine routes of Treviso should not be missed when in this scenic area of Italy. The undulating foothills of the Dolomites surrounding Treviso are most popularly known for their fine wine production. To witness the beautiful views across the Piave River, which should not be missed, you need to take the highways; Strade dei Vini del Piave.
Treviso International Airport is located a short 8 minute drive southeast of Treviso's town centre. If this is your arrival destination then please be sure to arrange car hire in Treviso here, ready for collection. Car rental companies operating from desks in the arrivals area include; AutoEuropa, Hertz, Europcar, Avis, Budget, Sixt, Easycar, and local suppliers Maggiore, Locauto, and Bonaventura. For more options and to secure a car please book in advance.
Treviso San Giuseppe Airport is ideally located just three kilometres from the city centre. From here, the ACTT number 6 bus provides a service every 30 minutes from 06:00 to 21:30 to Treviso train station in the town centre. The journey takes approx 20 minutes and tickets cost around €1 and are available in the arrivals hall. Alternatively, taxis are plentiful and reasonably priced.
Treviso is also in close proximity to the motorway network. It is situated 550kms North from Rome. By car, head north on the A1 (Rome-Bologna) motorway, passing the city of Florence. From Bologna, head northeast on the A13 (Bologna-Padua) motorway, then go east on the A4 for Mestre. From here, head north on the A4 and A47, turning left on to the SP62 to reach the city.
From Venice take the A11 through Mestre for 10kms, head northeast on the A4 for 5kms, and then take Route S13 for 16kms north to Treviso.
Treviso supplies excellent rail connections to and from Rome. Trains go roughly every hour from Rome’s Tutte Le Stazioni to Treviso’s Centrale, taking around five hours. From Genoa, trains go at 20 minutes past every hour from the Tutte Le Stazioni, taking five hours. From Milan, trains go every hour and take 3 hours, 30 minutes. Eurolines has bus connections from most cities Europe-wide to Treviso. From Venice there are over 40 trains per hour taking only 30 minutes.