Known as "Little Venice", Treviso is crossed by numerous canals and bridges that connect narrow streets to alleys, where it is easy to imagine ancient poets and minstrels walking in search of inspiration.
To explore the city and its surroundings in the best possible way, the B&B Hotel Treviso is the ideal starting point for your trip: book your stay and get ready for a unique welcome!
Home to artists such as Antonio Canova and Giorgione, the historic centre is rich in ancient monumental architecture such as Piazza dei Signori, Palazzo dei Trecento and the Loggia dei Cavalieri. Located in the Piave valley, it has enchanted people like Hemingway, who was so impressed by the beauty and the historical profile of its landscapes, theater of the First World War, to write his masterpiece "Farewell to Arms". Book now the B&B Hotel Treviso and experience the best of the city.
For your holidays or business trips, choose the maximum comfort and services! Easily reachable both from the motorway and from the train station, the B&B Hotel Treviso is only 5 minutes walk from Piazza dei Signori and all the main attractions of the historic center. Served by public transport, it is the ideal hotel to experience the city at 360 degrees!
The first settlements date back to prehistoric times, as the territory rich in water resources was favourable to human presence. It became a Roman colony and passed from Carolingian to Venetian domination, during which its characteristic city walls were built. Today Treviso is the destination of delicious gastronomic pilgrimages, because in the many taverns with a typical atmosphere you have the opportunity to taste delicious recipes with radicchio, the so-called "winter flower", accompanied by glasses of Prosecco DOC from Conegliano and Valdobbiadene. And for dessert, remember to order the Tiramisu, which the people of Treviso claim to be their delicious invention!
It enters Treviso through one of the three charming gates of the ancient city walls, built in 1509, and reaches Piazza dei Signori, which frames the Palazzo del Podestà, with the Civic Tower, the Palazzo Pretorio and the Palazzo dei Trecento, the current seat of the city council and a place for exhibitions and shows. Leaving the square through vicolo del Podestà, you will come across one of the thirty-three fountains of the city: the famous Fountain of Tits, a symbol of prosperity and good omen. If, on the other hand, you have decided to visit Treviso on two wheels, follow at least one section of the Friendship Cycle Route, a route dedicated to bikes that connects Venice to Munich, passing through the province of Treviso.
Piazza Signori, with its medieval flavour, is the heart of the art and culture of Treviso, overlooked by ancient palaces, which have been carefully restored to their original splendour. Not far away is the Duomo, which houses works by Titian and a curious crypt called "forest of columns". If you are a lover of fourteenth-century painting, don't miss the Civic Museum and San Nicolò, masterfully frescoed by local artists. If you love contemporary art, enjoy looking for the works of sculptor Toni Benetton, such as the Great Steel Sphere that dominates in front of the train station. For your trips out of town, you have at your disposal numerous Venetian villas, including the charming Villa Maser and Villa Elmo both built by Palladio, the Canoviano Temple of Possagno designed by Antonio Canova, and the Brion tomb of the famous architect Carlo Scarpa. And if your sport is speleology, the Caves of Caglieron are waiting for you to descend into the depths of the earth.
Between March and April, the Primavera del Prosecco Superiore (Springtime of Prosecco Superiore) is celebrated, a series of events, tastings and gastronomic shows in which Prosecco is the absolute protagonist. At the end of August, the Home Festival attracts music lovers from all over Italy for a festival that involves artists of international renown. At the end of the summer, the Treviso Comic Book Festival is an event that attracts artists and illustrators of comics to present their works to the general public and is an opportunity for collectors to buy memorabilia or get an autograph from their favorite author.