Treviso is a colorful medieval town. It is a mixture of history, buildings and water. Rivers and creeks, canals and passages are a special pattern and you can look to the water from covered sidewalks. Before the Christmas they decorate some canals with golden stars – interesting during the day and night. Visitors expect to have opportunity to row around... 更多
We wandered aimlessly after a very pleasant meal half heartedly looking for a taxi. Lovely area. Stopped to take a few pictures as there are some very lovely views. Felt very safe even late at night. Asked a policeman where to get a cab and he kindly called us one on his mobile. Great sociable end to a pleasant evening... 更多
Bring your camera and your appetite. Amazing photograph opportunities and so many places to eat and drink. From seafood to pub fare, birra, wine and spritz ... Our favourite walk everyday. Easy to find, near the fish market.
It is very close to Venice, so you can probably stay for the night once it is cheaper than sleeping in Venice. Apart from it, Treviso has its own beauty. It is easy to sightseeing on foot. You will certainly notice its chaming river along and across the city!
Treviso is a quiet place in Italy. I can compare it with Veniece because there are lots of bridges and water there. I think, it's enough 3 or 4 hours to see this small town if you have a map. You can travel alone with a camera and enjoy nice views. Some people speak English. They are lovely, ready to... 更多
I love Treviso but I may be biased - I worked in the city for 3 months in the fall of 2014. It is a smaller, less touristy version of Venice. It's incredibly charming and always beautiful, despite the weather or time of day! I would highly recommend visiting if you like more local spots.
This is a traditional family-run trattoria in an idyllic location on one of Treviso's smaller canals. Sadly it didn't match... 更多