19 Borgo Cavour B&B

Borgo Cavour 19, Treviso, 31100, Italy
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HOTEL next to Treviso Train Station

by STEFZAMM

Hi,

I'm looking for a hotel close to the Treviso Train Station just for an overnight stay, nothing fancy but clean. This will be on arrival to Treviso and will be heading to Venice the next morning so basically looking for something convenient so we don't have to travel at night. Any suggestions?
Our plans were to travel from Treviso Airport to the Treviso Train Station by taxi hoping to find a hotel close by and then catch a train to Venice the next morning.
Many thanks in advance,
Stephanie

Re: HOTEL next to Treviso Train Station

by bekerovka

Hy,
sorry, but you can't go in Venice direcly without sleeping in Treviso?
Take a look here: http://www.atvo.it/images_doc/linee/Aeroporto_di_Treviso-Mestre-Venezia_(dal_26.10_al_23.12.2008).pdf
You'll arrive in Piazzale Roma in 80 minutes max and find an hotel/hostel( I don't know your budget) near it.
Ciao, Marco

Re: HOTEL next to Treviso Train Station

by STEFZAMM

Thanks but no thanks as I'm not staying in Mestre I already have accommodation in Venice in piazza san marco but its only from the 2nd day that I arrive and I don't plan to take vaporetti at midnight with luggages when I arrive, besides I'm sure Its nice to see Treviso in the morning on my way to Venice, that is my reason for not wanting to go to Venice straight away but on this forum no one seems to understand it lol
please guys some help with Treviso hotels, somewhere inbetween airport and train station.

Many many thanks.

Re: HOTEL next to Treviso Train Station

by Manara

Close to the station there are two hotels. One is the Carlton and the other one the Continental. these are th websites: www.hotelcarlton.it
www.hcontinental.it

They are both 4stars, but they are the only ones really close to the station, so you will not need taxis.

Re: HOTEL next to Treviso Train Station

by kathymof

Treviso is actually an interesting place to visit so if you have time, head into the old part of town.

Re: HOTEL next to Treviso Train Station

by suvanki

Hi Stephanie - I don't know if this will be of help to you or not-
I've just returned from Treviso and Venice. I stayed overnight at a place called Dolce Vita www.dolcevitatreviso.com. which I booked through www.hostelbookers.com.

This B&B isn't near the station, but there is a regular bus - No 51 that stops near the B&B and the train station.

I paid 40 euros for a double room for single use for 1 night.

I arrived at Treviso airport and caught the number 6 bus to the train station - 1 euro ticket purchased in the airport (2 euros if bought from the bus driver) valid for 70 minutes.
As it was late by the time I got to the train station, I got a taxi, which I think was 12 euros.(instead of waiting for the number 51 bus. The owners of the B&B will organise a transfer from the airport for around 10 euros - max of 4 people.

The next morning, after breakfast, I caught a no 51 bus (ticket can be purchased at nearby tabac) to the train station, left my case in the left luggage - 3 euros for 5 hours, then spent about 4 hours enjoying wandering around Treviso, before catching the 15.08 train to Venice, which I think was 2.40 euros, and took about 30 minutes.

Please feel free to contact me for more info.
Best Wishes
Sue

Travel Tips for Treviso

Water spouts/fountains around town

by kathymof

Treviso, like many towns in Italy, has fresh water flowing out of fountains for people to drink out of, fill bottles with, and water plants. It is really cute when a local dog that is going for a stroll stops and gets a drink. It is very handy for everyone. Here are two I saw in Treviso - I especially like the watering cans/buckets that are being filled in one - just take it, water your plants, and return it for the next person.

Chiesa di S. Martino (3)

by suvanki

Besides the impressive fresco of my previous tip, there were other artworks that caught my eye in this church.

My main photo shows a painting by Sig. Rizzotto from Bassana - The Altar piece of St. Giovanni Bosco and St. Domenico Savio
"The work shows the 2 saints being worshipped by many pious people at their feet who symbolize mankind in its manifold races, occupations and situations. The Parish priest, Father F Pasin , who died on November 28th 1985 is represented among the believers"

Next to this painting, was a different style (pic 3)- the plaque stated "Donazione a S. Martino
Patrono di tutti i Fanti
La Sez Fanti di Nerresa d B
9 Novembre 1996

This depicted Saint Martin on horseback, cutting his cloak in half to share with a beggar. Apparently this is a common image of Saint Martin once Bishop of Tours, as well as having been a soldier and monk. He was against paganism - destroying pagan temples that he came across!

As it was Christmas time, there was a presepe (Nativity Scene) (pic 4) by the altar, along with a poinisetta plant

Piazza del Duomo

by Diana75

Probably its importance is lower than in other Italian cities, the role of main meeting point and center of the city being taken by the beautiful Piazza dei Signori.

Beside the beautiful facade of the Dome and the entrance to the Baptistery, there are other interesting old buildings that can be admired in Piazza del Duomo.

The Fortress Walls and Castle

by BruceDunning

There is a castle fortress on an island that is surrounded by walls from the centuries previous. The walled town dates back as an outpost for the Romans in early AD. Since then the walls were rebuilt and were fortified stronger by the Venetians because this town was a main defense for any intrusion from the north. They are about 2 1/1 miles around, even though you only see some of that today. This was all surrounded also by a moat of the fast flowing river called Sile. It is now a part of the university of Treviso grounds, and a bridge goes across to the castle; used for classes.

Ponte dell'Universita'

by Diana75

University bridge is the new bridge over the river Sile located between Riviera S. Margherita and Riviera G. Garibaldi, near the University of Treviso.

Often called new Ponte Santa Margherita, the bridge has only one arcade and is made of wood.

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