Relais Monaco Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Postumia 63, Ponzano Veneto, , Veneto, 31050, Italy
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What form of transport other than car could be used from Traviso to Ponte di Piave.Rough estimate of times involved.

also Train or? from Milano to Treviso and Treviso to Venezia Thank you.


by leics

You will find train times, details and fares in English on the official Italian railway website here:

Milan>Treviso and Treviso (about 2.5 hours, 32.90 euro one-way) and Treviso > Venice (about 0.5 hours, 2.40 euro one-way) are easy.

Treviso>Ponte di Piave info is also listed on the site. Services are either (mostly) bus or train, journey time around half an hour. No fares are listed for this particular journey, but you can be sure they are very reasonable indeed.

Travel Tips for Treviso

TREVISO: an offbeat after a daylight in Venice

by microsensazione

In case you are searching for accommodation and Venice appears too expensive, there is a second choice: Mestre.

Anyway I'd add a third choice: it is TREVISO.

Treviso is less than three quarter of hours by train far from "Venezia S.L." train station, less expensive than Venice (more than Mestre...) and it could become your offbeat evening experience after a daylight spent in Venice.

Some ideas about Treviso:
Search for: "Treviso osterie" on Google Maps ("Sestìn", "Muscoli'S" are only two examples...)
Search for: "Treviso pizzerie" on Google Maps (Pizzeria "Da Fausta" is known to be one of the best in the town by local people)
"Vineria - Treviso Università" is my favourite (prices over average but you have high quality wines and food). Take a look on:

...and now a "must" in Treviso!
FIRST step: before dinner ALWAYS aperitif in a bar. We ALWAYS order SPRITZ ("Aperol", "Prosecco" white wine and soda).
SECOND step: when you'll sit in a restaurant, or pizzeria, order a chalice of "Prosecco", if possible the DOCG "Conegliano Valdobbiadene PROSECCO Superiore".
Take a look on:
THIRD step: enjoy your travel and feel you WELCOME in my Country!

By Fabrizio, born and livin' in Treviso Province!

Modern church

by Diana75

Not all the churches in Treviso are as old as the cathedral or San Nicolo' church.

Or at least don't look that old.

Located on Corso del Popolo, on the left side, this original church seems to be quite modern according to the design and interesting round form.

Unfortunately I found it always closed during my visits to Treviso.

Palazzo del Podesta & Torre Civica

by croisbeauty

Palazzo del Podesta, the palace built in the 13th century, is situated on the north side of Piazza dei Signori. It is surmounted by the Torre Civica, which the locals call "Il Campanon" (the Big Bell). Both were rebuilt in the 19th century in a Gothic revival style. Nowadays it houses Prefettura (the Prefecture) of the city.
Next to the Palazzo del Podesta is the Palazzo Pretorio.

Il Duomo di Treviso

by Diana75

The first edifice of the Dome was built in Romanic style on the site of an old crypt at the beginning of the XII century.

Following numerous restructuring works both the inside and the outside of the Dome have been modified during the years, in 1836 the whole plan of the inside being changed according to the neoclassical style by Giordano Riccati.

A large stairway and six ionic columns supporting a triangle characterize the Dome's facade.

The inside is divided in three naves by strong columns.

The main altar is dedicated to the Saints Tabra, Tabrata and Teonist, and is made by Tullio Lombardo.

One of the most important works of the Dome is to be found in the chapel on the right and is the Annunciation by Titian.

Take a walk along the river Sile


Treviso is built on the river Sile so wherever you are in Treviso you can see the river in fact if you take the outer parts of the city centre and walk along the river Sile, there is a very nice walk where you can admire the buildings built around this river.


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Address: Via Postumia 63, Ponzano Veneto, , Veneto, 31050, Italy