Treviso is filled with a lot of history and there is a lot to see and do. It can be more enjoyable with the right form of transportation, depending on what you want out of your trip to Treviso.
Airports and Bus Stations
There is a small San Giuseppe airport that is located 63 km away from the city walls. It is mainly used by low cost and charter flights to and from London, Paris, Canary Islands, and Amsterdam because it is only a half an hour away from Venice. There is a bus that leaves directly from the airport, but depending on the distance a taxi might be a better choice. The only thing with taxis are that they are not just waiting at the airport, they have to be called and ordered by phone. Other tourists have used buses to get around, and it easy and convenient, but be careful of the signs and which buses are going to different directions. Taking the bus will take between 20-30 minutes to go around town.
Train Travel and Taxis
Some tourists have said that the taxi drivers are very nice and helpful and they even offer vans for larger groups. They have even driven tourist around the city and gave them a history of Treviso along with their own recommendations of places to visit and where to eat. The prices are pretty affordable also. There is also the Treviso train station and only an hour by train separated Treviso from Venice. This train station even offers luggage boxes and easy access to the town.
Editor’s note: The information contained on this page was compiled using real traveler reviews about Treviso transportation.
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