Treviso is a charming and historic town, still enclosed by 16th-century walls. Because of its proximity to the airport, it’s often overlooked in the rush to Venice and other cities of the Veneto. But linger here a while and you’ll soon succumb to its authentic charm. The narrow streets, Gothic churches and network of canals evoke a miniature Venice – but without the crowds and the high prices. Sit out on the Piazza dei Signori, Treviso’s main square, and soak up the atmosphere from one of the many café terraces. There’s a vast domed cathedral, several beautiful churches, and a museum dedicated to works by Treviso’s favourite son, Tommaso da Modena, a follower of Giotto. You can cycle along the riverside paths, or visit the nearby vineyards to see how the popular local fizz Prosecco is made.
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Treviso is a gorgeous little town wrapped in 16th-century walls, which sits on its own miniature network of canals and oozes traditional Veneto charm. It’s only a couple of miles from the airport, and is often overlooked by visitors on their way to more famous sights in the Veneto region. But Treviso has plenty to offer holiday-makers, from picturesque squares and riverside walks to beautiful palaces and frescoed churches. The Piazza dei Signori, still flanked by a trio of impressive palaces, is the focal point of the enchanting historic city. Its elegant arcades are now full of delightful boutiques, cafés and restaurants, with more found in the narrow streets that surround the square.
There are lots of gorgeous beaches on the Adriatic Coast within easy reach of Treviso. The biggest and most accessible resort is Lido di Jesolo, which boasts one of the longest beaches in all Italy. More than 10 miles of golden sand await, attracting millions of visitors every year. Much of the beach is taken up in classic Italian style with private lidos, where you can rent sun beds and parasols, and often enjoy extras such as bar or restaurant facilities. There are also free, public areas if you prefer. You’ll find loads of water sports on offer, from snorkelling and scuba diving to kayaking and sailing.
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