Treviso Airport is also known as Venizia Treviso, due to its proximity to the incredible city of Venice. It is mostly used by low cost airlines that fly to Europe and the north of Africa. If you have car hire at Treviso Airport it is an easy drive into the city, on Via Noglese and should only take 5 minutes. If you are planning to visit Venice, the city is just 20 km away.
Treviso Airport has one terminal and offers basic facilities to all passengers and is easily accessible for passengers with reduced mobility. There is a currency exchange office and bank, for all your money services. A flight information desk will provide any information you need about the airport or your journey. If you want to shop, there is a small selection of shops including Free to Fly and Elite Travel Retail. Whether you are looking for brand names and luxury items or gifts and souvenirs, you will find them at the airport. If you missed your lunch, stop off at the Bricco Cafe or the Culto Cafe e Cioccolato. Should you need to stay nearby, there are 2 hotels with a shuttle bus service – BHR Treviso and the Venice Treviso at the Airport.
Treviso is an old city in the north east of Italy. Start by exploring the old town that is surrounded by Venetian walls. Admire the imposing Romanesque-gothic Church of San Francesco which was built in the 13th century. It has incredible frescoes inside and the tombs of the son of Dante and the daughter of the poet Francesco. Explore the shops and al fresco cafes in Piazza dei Signori and visit the grand palace of Palazzo di Podesta. Stroll around the Botanical Gardens and look out for the Church of San Nicolo which has many frescoes and the Cathedral dedicated to Saint Peter. The dessert of Tiramisu was invented in Treviso, so it is worth sampling the real thing, whilst you are there.
Out and about with your car hire in Treviso, you can head for the ancient city of Padua or the beautiful city of Venice with its elegant architecture and pretty canals. The wine making regions of Valdobbiadene and Conegliano are just a short drive away too. On your drive to Venice using the SS13 route, you will see some beautiful countryside and ancient roman villa remains that will make your journey worthwhile.