All'Oasi Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Postumia 133, Paese, Treviso, Veneto, 31038, Italy
Hotel All'Oasi
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 25% less and rated 28% higher than other 3 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families0
  • Couples80
  • Solo0
  • Business25

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train to venice port

by kmayeux

Does anyone know what train or how I can get to the Venice port (cruise terminal) from the Treviso center train station? We are cruising at the end of the week and the hotel does not offer a shuttle. Any suggestions would be appreciated!!!
Thanks, K

Re: train to venice port

by leics


Look at

for train times, details and fares in English.

Trains are frequent, journey time is around 45 minutes, one way fare from 2.35 euro (really). No need to buy tickets before you arrive at the station...the ticket machine will almost certainly have English language options.

Make sure you go to Venice SL (Santa Lucia) nor Venice Mestre: Mestre is on the mainland.

Get a good map and enjoy wandering!

Re: train to venice port

by microsensazione

Hi "kmayeux",
when you'll buy your train ticket check if your destination and ACTUAL TIME are printed.
If not, you must obliterate your ticket using the yellow boxes usually located near platforms.

Post again if you need more explanations.


Re: train to venice port

by leics must always validate (date-stamp) your ticket using the yellow machine on railway platforms (and at Metro entrances), and inside buses/trams.

There is an on-the-spot fine for not validating tickets, and guards/inspectors do check.

Travel Tips for Treviso

Casa dei Carraresi.

by Maurizioago

It was originally built in 1200. In the second half of the 1300 it was used as a guest house. Today it hosts many various art expositions and it is a centre for meetings.

Address: Via Palestro, 33-35.

Tel 0422-513 161.

Piazza della Vittoria – Monumento ai caduti

by Diana75

On the place where Piazza della Vittoria stands today, used to be the biggest palace in Treviso built by Bressa family.

The palace was demolished in 1824 and 100 years later, the King Vittorio Emanuele III inaugurated here a monument dedicated to the Venetian wars heroes: "Monumento ai caduti".

Made in stone and bronze, the monument presents an array transporting the remains of a hero to the Temple of Glory.

The monument was designed by the Turin sculptor Arturo Stagliano.

Direction: walking on Corso del Popolo, turn left on Via Cadorna

Loggia dei Cavalieri

by croisbeauty

La Loggia dei Cavalieri e una struttura davvero unica nel suo genere. Costruita nel XII sec. per uso dei cavalieri, , era luogo pensato per il conversare, per il gioco di societa ecc. Aperta sui quattro lati con leggere colonnine e coperta da un grande tetto a capanna sorretto da un unico pilastro centrale, all'interno era completamente affrescata con scene che fino all'Ottocento erano ancora quasi completamente leggibili.

The Chiesa di San Nicolo - Interior

by suvanki

Walking inside this vast church, I was surprised to see how light and airy it appeared. Sunlight streamed through the windows on two levels. It reflected off the shiny marble flooring too.

In the late 19th century the church underwent a programme of restoration, with funds raised to preserve the buildings artistic heritage.
The roof and ceiling were replaced, and red marble from Verona was used on the flooring
Some parts of the structure that were 'out of character' were demolished.

Unfortunately the church was bombed heavily on the 7th April 1944 causing severe damage to the roof, and the demolition of a part of the bell tower.

The Nave is divided by two columns of pillars, that support the wooden ceiling.
Some of these are decorated with frescoes by Tomaso da Modena and his pupils.
These include - St Romuld, St Agnes and the Redemptor and St Jerome in his Study.(pic5)
The 3 naves are ended by 3 apses ; the main one is the presbytery, which contains sculpturework by Antonio Rizzo and a painting by Lotto.

On the walls are many more frescoes (pic 4)

On the wall facing the doorway is an organ loft by Gaetano Callido (1778 - 1779) . Underneath this are more frescoes. (pics 2&3)

Sede di Benetton


The world renowned fashion brand Benetton was born here is Treviso when in the 1960 Luciano Benetton who was a sales man in Treviso back then started off this company by selling his younger brother's bicycle to get his first 2nd hand sewing machine and came up with his very own line. Later his two brothers and sister joined in and in 1965 the entity Benetton Group was formed. Since then this company never looked back with over 2000 shops all over the world and of course the head office is here in Treviso in the very heart of the city along with benetton, playlife and sisley shops, other two lines within this group.


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