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Where to stay in Treviso?


Where to stay in Treviso?

Treviso, in the Venetian, is a city full of charm. Historic, it is a city that offers us several attractions and excellent accommodation options – and the best: for all budgets. It is not difficult to find the ideal hotel in Treviso for your needs. Let’s get to know some of the hotels we recommend in Treviso? Come with us to know where to stay in Treviso! Stay with us and make the most of boot country! Here at the Travelling to Italy we make the trip of your dreams come true!! Also, get to know our Section Accommodation in Italy – Tips for your Vacation!

Our Introduction

Treviso is a splendid city and very rich in culture and sights that can be visited. It has just over 85,600 inhabitants and is located close to Venice, so you can take the opportunity to do a day trip there. LEARN ALL ABOUT TREVISO HERE! Let’s go to our post of the day? Where to stay in Treviso?

Staying in Treviso?

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1) Where to stay in Treviso? MINI SUITE DELUXE ISOLA DI MEZZO

The Mini Suite Deluxe Isola Di Mezzo carries a unique charm in every detail. Very well located, you can still borrow a bike from the accommodation itself and go discover the city! In addition, the rooms have a flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi.

  • The average daily price for two people is €93.
  • To find out more and book this hotel, click here.

2) Where to sleep in Treviso? HOTEL MAGGIOR CONSIGLIO

The Hotel Maggior Consiglio  is a fairly luxurious option, located in a fairly quiet area of Treviso. Among its main advantages are an indoor pool with a hot tub, a wellness center and gym, as well as massages and hydrotherapy treatments. Have you ever thought about relaxing like this after a day of discovering Italy? Perfect, isn’t it?

  • The average daily rate for two people is 130.
  • To find out more and book this hotel, click here.

3) Where to sleep in Treviso? LEONI DI COLLALTO PALACE

As the name implies, the entire architecture of the Leoni Di Collalto Palace imitates a real palace! It’s beautiful and, most importantly, very comfortable. Its rating is 4 stars and the accommodation offers a flat-screen TV, a private bathroom and a kitchen with everything you need – a fridge, stove, toaster and kettle, so you can still save on food. Enjoy and read our post: How to save money on food in Italy?

  • The average daily price for two people is €223.
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4) Where to sleep in Treviso? RESIDENCE PALAZZO BRANDO

If you are looking for a very central hotel, the Residence Palazzo Brando may be your option. It is also a 4-star accommodation, and the apartments are spacious, with a living room with a fully equipped kitchen, a flat-screen TV, a private bathroom, and a washing machine. It is possible to find options with a terrace as well.

Its location is a plus: it’s only 100 meters from Treviso Central Train Station and a bus stop. To get to Venice from here, it is only 28km away. Read also: How to get from Treviso airport to Venice?

  • The average daily price for two people is €140.
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5) Where to stay in Treviso? ANTICA DIMORA STUCKY

Are you looking for large, well-lit rooms combined with an incredible continental breakfast and comfort? At Antica Dimora Stucky you can find it! All rooms have a private bathroom with bidet, air conditioning, a flat-screen TV and a refrigerator. Right there, you can also rent a car or bike. It also has free parking in the area and wi-fi in all areas. This 4-star accommodation is ideal for a trip as a couple.

  • The average daily price for two people is 85.
  • To find out more and book this hotel, click here.

6) Where to stay in Treviso? LOCANDA SAN TOMASO

Would you like to go back in time? Now you can do it! Dating back to the 1700s, Locanda San Tomaso it is centrally located in Treviso. Here, you can experience the atmosphere of old Italy, with accommodations featuring wood-beamed ceilings, parquet floors, antique furniture, and wrought-iron beds. Accommodations boast views of the river or main street, and apartments have kitchenettes. It offers romantic-style rooms and apartments with LCD TVs and free Wi-Fi. Breakfast is buffet-style, and the restaurant serves a wide selection of traditional dishes and wines. There is a minibar in the inn’s public areas.

  • The average daily price for two people is €146.
  • To find out more and book this hotel, click here.

7) Where to stay in Treviso? CEMERE DI PALAZZO BORTOLAN

Located in a historic building in Treviso, Camere di Palazzo Bortolan is an eco-friendly guest house with a shared bar and lounge. The property offers river and courtyard views and city views. It features a sun terrace and free WiFi in all areas.
All air-conditioned accommodations come with a desk, kettle, safe, flat-screen TV and private bathroom with a bidet. Some accommodations include a well-equipped kitchen with an oven, microwave and toaster.

  • The average daily price for two people is €126.
  • To find out more and book this hotel, click here.

8) Where to stay in Treviso? B&B BARBERIA

Our last indication is the B&B Barberia, which offers a beautiful view of the city. Here you can enjoy a beautiful terrace and an excellent continental or Italian breakfast. In addition, the air-conditioned rooms feature a flat-screen TV, a private bathroom, and free Wi-Fi.

  • The average daily price for two people is €108.
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Let’s get to know more about Treviso?


The attractions in Treviso are not to be missed…

Treviso, Veneto, presents itself to its visitors in an extremely elegant manner. Full of charm, history and culture, Treviso stretches along the walls that surround the entire historic center. It is there that you will find the beautiful Porta San Tomaso, designed by Guglielmo D’Alzano, and was built by Mayor Paolo Nani in the early 1500s. The statue of St. Paul, at the top of the door, presents us with the Lion of St. Mark, and,  next to it,  the Botteniga River frames the bridge and the impeccable architecture that we can see there.

Church of San Francesco

Right at the entrance to the city we can observe incredible attractions, such as the historic Church of San Francesco, 5 minutes from Porta San Tomaso. This church was erected in 1200, closed during the Napoleonic period and reopened only in 1928, completely restored. Inside it, the huge fresco of St. Christopher deserves to be highlighted, as well as other precious works located in the chancel.

St. Francisco Bridge and Canale del Buranelli

Leaving the Church, follow Via Campana, which is an area entirely dedicated to pedestrians. There you will find the Ponte di San Francesco (St. Francisco Bridge), with its beautiful stream, the Cagnan Grande. From here you can also reach the Canale del Buranelli, very famous for being the old place where washerwomen washed their clothes.

Isola (Island) della Pescheria and Church of San Leonardo

Be sure to also visit the beautiful Isola della Pescheria. Just cross Piazza San Leonardo, and there you can admire an incredible fountain with three basins of Valdagno marble. The fountain was built in 1929 and, in the same square, you will find the historic Church of San Leonardo, which stands imposing with its precious façade.

The Isola della Pescheria is home to the city’s famous fish market, which has been operating for 158 years. It is, in fact, a small island in the Cagnan Grande and was originally part of three other natural islands, however, to house the market, in 1850 it was ‘unified’ and turned into a single island.

St. Caterina Complex

As you leave the island, head to the emblematic St. Caterina complex, which is the center of Treviso’s Civic Museums, including the church and convent. We are talking about the church of Santa Caterina, which is made entirely in Gothic style and houses frescoes from the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. The Civic Museums, on the other hand, include two areas: the Luigi Bailo Museum and the Ca’ Da Noal – Casa Robegan – Casa Karwath complex.

Dante Bridge

Also not to be missed is the Dante Bridge. Flowing into the Sile, it is located in the Cagnan Grande and is a charm in itself! The name of this bridge was given in 1865, on the sixth centenary of the birth of Dante Alighieri, and was a tribute to the master. On the opposite side of the bridge, be sure to see the Bastione San Paolo, which is one of the defensive elements that make up the walls of Treviso.

Cathedral of St. Peter 

It’s impossible to talk about Treviso without mentioning  the Cathedral of St. Pietro, the famous Duomo. The Cathedral is in neoclassical style, and its façade draws our attention: it is wonderful! It features a beautiful staircase and six Ionic columns. Inside the church we can see three naves, chapels, three final apses and several works of art.

In the Mal Ink Chapel, which is next to the Sacristy, you can see the frescoes on the walls in a clear and detailed way. There is also a fresco in the dome of Pordenone and, I cannot fail to mention, the precious Altarpiece of the Annunciation by Titian: unbelievable!

Parish of St. Nicolò

Another church worth a visit is the Parish of St. Nicolò. Contrary to what many people think, the city’s Duomo is not the largest church in Treviso, the largest of them, is that of San Nicolò. This church was built in the twelfth century, has a beautiful Gothic style, and impresses with its size. Inside you will find several frescoes made by the hands of Tommaso and his students. It is truly a very special church.

St. Vito Square and Fountain of the Breasts

Of course, Treviso also has its canals, and most of them are surrounded by houses with paintings that catch our attention. One of the most beautiful places in the city is Piazza San Vito (St. Vito Square), surrounded by houses. Nearby you will find the famous  Fountain of the Mamas, which is an ancient fountain that once spouted white and red wine during the domination of the Republic of Venice. Today that fountain is the city’s postcard.

Lords’ Square

We head to Piazza dei Signori (Lords’ Square) which is, without a doubt, a must-see! The square is surrounded by several historic palaces and, among the most beautiful, are: Palazzo del Podestà, which can be easily identified because of its beautiful Civic Tower; the Palazzo del Trecento, on the east side, which was bombed in 44, underwent several damages, but was completely restored, being – today – the seat of the municipal council; the Palazzo Pretorio and its beautiful façade from the seventeenth century,  and the Municipal Art Gallery and Library, which also stands out for its splendid architecture.

In this same square you will also find the Loggia dei Cavalieri, one of the most important monuments in Treviso. It was erected in the second part of the 1200s, and it is a brick building with arches on three of sides and is famous as it was where nobles used to gather to participate in board games.

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How to get to Treviso?

1) How to get to Treviso? BY TRAIN

Treviso’s central station is located in Piazzale Duca D’Aosta, and you can walk around the city from there. Did you know that Trenitalia is the leading Italian company dedicated to the management of rail transport? Find out here What is the difference of trains in Italy?tag. Buy your ticket online in advance and save a lot, read the Post How to buy a train ticket in Italy?

2) How to get to Treviso? DRIVING

You can use the A4 – Turin – Milan-Venice – Trieste. Take the exit for Cessalto, which leads to Treviso; you can also use  the A13 – Bologna-Padua;  the A27 Venice-Belluno with the following exits: Vittorio Veneto, Conegliano, Treviso North and South, Mogliano Veneto. It is well signposted and you will have no major problems getting to the city.

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Where to sleep in Treviso? Easy to visit on foot, Treviso is a charm in itself and will win your heart. It’s a city that deserves a visit! As you can see, there is no shortage of accommodation options!

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