Via Cendon 16, Silea, Treviso, Veneto, 31057, Italy
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Treviso to Venice Airport
I need to catch a flight in Venice airport at 1130 a.m. I will be staying in Treviso the previous night. What is the best way (cheap) to get from Treviso to Venice Airport.
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Re: Treviso to Venice Airport
There are 2 airports for Venice, one of which is in Treviso.
The other is Marco Polo Airport, closer to the island - which of these do you need to get to?
Re: Treviso to Venice Airport
From Treviso railway station in less then half hour you could be at Mestre
from Mestre there is a bus ATVO Navetta Flybus from railwaystation to airport
I advive you to leave early Treviso as there would be usually a lot of trafic in the morning around Venice Mon thru Fri.
Travel Tips for Treviso
The history of the town goes back into the Roman period when Treviso was Roman municipium. The town reached its greatest prosperity in the Middle Ages, it was the centre of a Lombard duchy, then the capital of a Carolingian marca and finaly, after 1389 the stronghold of the northwestern border of Venetian republic. The town is situated on two rivers, Sile and Botteniga. This is Via Roggia, probably the most beautiful street of Treviso. On the left side there are the houses with the porticoes, known as "androna tedesca", while on the right side it is a canal Roggia with small bridges and gardens.
Chiesa di San Gaetano
Located in the heart of the city, it is said that San Gaetano is one of the smallest churches in Treviso.
Built at the beginning of the XIII century, from the old church left today only some frescoes from the Romanic times.
At the beginning of XIV century, the Gerosolimitani (Malta knights) took the church and changed its name into "San Giovanni al Tempio".
In the XVI century, when the church was dedicated to the Vicenza saint, the name of the church was changed again into the current one of San Gaetano da Thiene.
Siletto is one of the 3 canals that run through the downtown of Treviso.
Together with the river Sile and other smaller rivers, Siletto has for Treviso the same importance as the channels for Venice.
These are supplying the necessary water for the green areas in the city, transforming Treviso in a real garden city.
Chiesa di San Leonardo
This is a very small church which is currently being restored. The story goes back to 1330 when it was originally a hospital, called Hospital of St Leonard. It has been demolished and re done so many times since then and until this very day the frescoes inside are once again being restored. When I visited I couldn't see much but managed to take a picture of some paintings.
The Dominican chuech of San Nicolo is situated in the southern quarters of the old core of the town. The church itself is of the a very large proportions. It was built in the 14th century and has a fine rose window and doorway on the facade, slender windows on the flanks and three tall polygonal apses.