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Treviso is a city in the Veneto region of Northeast Italy, very close to Venice. The history of Treviso, which is one of the beauties of Italy’s to be explored thanks to its curvy channels and calm atmosphere, goes back to the Celtic and Romans. Treviso is also known as the antique city with its medieval walls, guard towers and gates from the15th century. The city, which became the holiday resort of the aristocrats from Venice in the 18th century, is described as ‘citta cortese’ (courteous city) by the poets of that period.

Treviso is also famous as being the place where the famous Prosecco wine was produced for the first time and the birthplace of the well-known Tiramisu dessert. The city, rebuilt after World War II, is composed of labyrinth streets rebuked with railing system. You can find elegant shopping streets, squares full of open-air restaurants and historical buildings in the city center where you can reach in 5 minutes by foot from the train station. Treviso Cathedral, known as the city’s most impressive structure with its five golden domes, dates back to the 15th century and is home to magnificent art works. Right next to it is the Diocesano Museum hosting many fantastic, including works from the 13th century. You can also easily notice the huge San Nicola Church, an important religious building dating back to the 13th century, as you walk through the city. The city, which can be considered as the, so to speak, sibling of Venice with its bridges over the canals and canals leading to the center of the old city, is also famous for the beauty of its main squares. While Piazza dei Signori is place where the city’s concerts and events are held, in Piazza San Vito you can walk around old buildings, sit in cafès and shop. The ancient villages where you can find the traces of antiquity, and the grapevines and olive trees in the north-west coves are also attracting attention from the tourists.

You can try paragliding and rock climbing in the Grappa and Montello hills in the city, which offers many alternatives for nature sports lovers. You can also go for trekking to discover the magnificent mountain nature in Treviso, a city that is also referred to as a cyclist paradise.

There are frequent train and bus connections between Treviso and Venice. Treviso-Sant'Angelo Airport, located 5 kilometers from the city center, is the closest airport you can use to come to the city by air. If you are planning to land in Venice, Venice Marco Polo Airport which you will have to use is 34 kilometers from Treviso.

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