City Guide

  Treviso is not a touristic centre but it can offer plenty of reasons for a visit . It is very easy to reach the town from Venice and you have the chance to discover unknown places in a short time . Getting there is easy, leave it maybe a little less … It ‘s served by two airports: Treviso A. Canova 3 km from the centre (Ryanair flies to and from the airport)  and Venezia M. Polo 20 km from the city centre. Both are connected to the city by bus lines.The main station of the Ferrovie dello Stato is in the South of the city centre and is located in Piazzale Duca d’Aosta. Both are connected to the city by bus lines. The main station of the Ferrovie dello Stato is south of the city centre and is located in Piazzale Duca d’Aosta. From here leave trains to many destinations and every half hour there is a train to Venice (half an hour travel). Information on train schedules: www.trenitalia.com . Highways that come to town are : A27 Venezia-Belluno, Treviso Nord and Treviso Sud exits. A4 Torino-Trieste, Cessalto exit. Info: www.autostrade.it