Welcome to our selection of holiday homes to rent in Treviso, Italy.
Treviso is a city and the capital of the province of Treviso, which is located in the northern region of Italy, called Veneto. The city stands at the point where two rivers come together, the Botteniga and the Sile, it is situated on the plain between the Alps and the Gulf of Venice. The city is also home to three major brands, Benetton, DeLonghi and Pinarello.
There is the cathedral, which is dedicated to Saint Peter; it began life as a much smaller church in the late Roman era. Over time the crypt and the Santissimo and Malchiostro Chapels were added.
The church of San Francesco was built in the 1200’s and is in a mixture of late Romanesque and early Gothic design. It has five chapels, a Romanesque mural painting on the left wall, which is of St Christopher, while in the Grand Chapel there is a painting of the Four Evangelists.
The Ponte di Pria is a stone built bridge, which stretches over the point where two canals converge, the Canal Grande and the Buranelli Channels.
The Museo di Santa Caterina is a former church that today houses the Civic Museum, an Art Gallery and an interesting archaeological collection. Inside the old church you will find mural paintings done by Tomaso da Modena, of which the renowned St. Ursula painting is a must to see.
The Palazzo dei Trecento was built during the 13th and 14th centuries. It is located in the Piazza dei Signori and today is the home of Treviso’s municipal council. There are a number of mural paintings inside, which date back to the 14th and 16th centuries; there is the Madonna with Child and the St. Liberalis with Peter and the Cardinal Virtues.
The peaks of Grappa and Montello are an excellent place to hike, hang-glide and paraglide. There are also places here where you can climb, tackle Nordic walking routes, horse ride and cycle.
When it comes to food there are a number of lovely dairy products such as Montasio, Moesin, Bastardo del Grappa. For desert there is pinza, which is a cake and of course no Italian meal would be complete without a drink, so why not try the bitter liqueur called grappa. It can be served straight or with herbs. Other drinks to be tried include Manzoni, Boschera, Torchiato or Malbech, these are great with strong flavoured meals or deserts.
Looking for self catering holiday accommodation in Treviso? Then below is a selection of Apartments in Treviso and villas in Treviso that can be rented direct from their owners. You can either click on each listing for further details or you can use our search engine on the left if you are looking for something in particular.