Bed and Breakfast Mezzaluna

Via zecchette, 48, Treviso, 31100, Italy
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Treviso to Bled during daytime

by hooiluangoh

I am at the end of my wits here.
On the google map, going from Treviso to Bled looks like a breeze.
I thought I just need to take the train from Treviso to Venezie, then catch the train to Ljubljana. Then a bus to Bled.

However, multiple checks reveal that there is only night/overnight trains available from Venezia to Ljubljana.

I would like to travel during the day on 23 Jan 2009.

Any possibility that you know of that you could share with me?

Re: Treviso to Bled during daytime

by leics

The train service from Italy to Ljubljana has been more or less suspended, for various reasons.

You need to get to Trieste (Trst) and then take a bus from there. will give you times/details in English (search for Trst). There are two buses daily, at 14:30 and 19:30. No info on fares or booking on the site, but their contact details are here: for Italian train times/fares.

Re: Treviso to Bled during daytime

by bekerovka

It's possible to take FS local train to Gorizia, then take 10 minute
bus journey to Nova Gorica (SL) station. From there you can take SL
local train north to Bled without going through Ljubljana .

Gorizia bus info is here:

And SZ train info here:

(All SZ PDF timetables are at this link)

Hope this helps

Re: Treviso to Bled during daytime

by leics

The Slovenian bus website will also give you bus times to Bled (roughly hourly) from Ljubljana. The Bled bus leaves from the bus station (outside the railway station) where the Trieste>Ljubljana bus will arrive.

Travel Tips for Treviso

Radicchio rosso

by Diana75

Typical for the local cuisine is the famous radicchio rosso produced only in the region around Treviso.

The vegetable can be used for salads (the best period is during the winter), grilled as side dish and in risotto.

This type of radicchio rosso is different from the vegetable of the same name sold in stores around the world.


by BruceDunning

This is the only museum open for tour. The other 3-4 are under renovation. Some of the artifacts and paintings have been moved over to here, but that makes it a hodge podge of a museum, with archeological section, frescoes, sculptures, religious items and icons, and some modern art. The archeological items dates back into 200 BC, but most are from medieval times. There are some nice 14-15th century frescoes Tommaso, Bellini, Lotto, etc.
Ticket price is only 3 euro, so I guess it is practical enough for what you see. The dissappointment is the other museums are apparently closed for quite some time and re-opening unknown.

Chiesa di San Vito e Santa Lucia

by croisbeauty

Right behind Piazza Monte di Pieta there is Piazza San Vito with two adjoining churches of medieval origin, Santa Lucia and San Vito. Santa Lucia is more interesting, a 14th century building containing frescoes by famous Tommaso da Modena and his school, and the 14th and 15th centuries sculptures of Saints on the balustrade.
San Vito, which was built in the 11th and 12th centuries and rebuilt in 1568, conserves Byzantine-Romanesque frescoes of the 12th and 13th centuries.

Loggetta Dei Cavalieri


This big monument was built in the 2nd half of the 13th century, when Andrea da Perugia was the Podesta in Treviso. In simple words a loggia is like a kiosk or one big canopy but made of bricks and tiled, where the nobles met to take part in parlour games when the weather was good. It is still a very nice building today and if walking in Treviso at night this loggia is well lit and can also be admired by night.

Riviera Garibaldi & Ponte Dante

by Diana75

The beautiful Dante Bridge, over Cagnan, took the name of the famous Italian poet due to the fact that this place was mentioned in his work "The paradise".

The bridge used to be called Ponte dell'Impossibile due to the fact that was made of wood and it was often destroyed by Cagnan's waters.

The area around Ponte Dante and Riviera Garibaldi is the center of an interesting procession, called "Processo alla Vecia" which takes place every year around the Easter, when a huge puppet, representing all the bad things that happened in Treviso in the last year, is hung over the river.

Following a fake trial, the "Vecia" is sentenced to death by burning at the stake.


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