Luxury holidays in Treviso

Areas in Treviso

When to go

Treviso is blessed with all-year charm, but the streets are at their liveliest in high season – avoid coming then if you want the sights to yourselves. The Trevisani are justifiably proud of their seasonal products and host festivals to welcome their return: time your visit to coincide with the start of the raddichio season for example (December–February), or the prosecco festival (February–June).

Getting there

  • Planes

    Ryanair ( flies from London Stansted and Liverpool to Treviso's small international airport (TSF), which is 15 minutes from the city centre by car. (Hail a cab or jump on the number 6 bus to your hotel.) Alternatively, BA ( runs regular flights to Venice's Marco Polo Airport, 30km away (the train journey train to Treviso takes half an hour, and costs just a few euro).
  • Trains

    Treviso station ( is just a 10-minute walk from the city centre, and has regular connections to Venice.
  • Automobiles

    The A27 connects Venice and Treviso; the journey takes around an hour. If you're coming from further afield, the E70 runs across the top of Italy, eventually passing through Turin and into Switzerland.
  • Taxis

    Flagging a cab on Treviso's largely pedestrianised streets can be challenging , so book pick-ups and transfers through your hotel's concierge or try a transport hub (the train station is a safe bet).