Villa Soligo Hotel
Via Marconi 2, Soligo, Treviso, Veneto, 31020, Italy
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Treviso -> Ljubljana
I'll be arriving to Treviso Airport on 5th of May. I was just wondering what is the best means of public transport from Treviso to Ljubljana (bus, train) and where to buy/book the tickets!
Thx for helping!
Re: Treviso -> Ljubljana
It is not as straightforward as one would expect to get from Treviso to Ljubljana.
I believe the only train leaves at 20:35 and arrives at 01:41:
As an alternative, you can take the train to Gorizia/Nova Gorica (same link for train times...town lies in both countries), cross the border on foot and get a bus to Ljubljana from there.
Slovenian bus timetables in English here:
Re: Treviso -> Ljubljana
Thx! Really helpful!
Travel Tips for Treviso
The charm of Treviso is also given by its cobbled streets with porticos.
As the locals explain, the porticos allow them to walk in the town even when it rains without using the umbrella or getting wet.
And even one of the symbols of Treviso, Loggia dei Cavalieri, it is actually a square portico covered in wood.
Istituto Diocesano di Musica
Important religious and cultural institutions are placed in the surroundings of Saint Nicholas church.
Seminario Vescovile is also housing among others the Seminary Library with 150,000 books, the Zoological Museum Giuseppe Scarpa with 2,500 preserved animals, the Ethnological Museum "Grossa" of Venezuelan Indians with object of this old civilization, the Archaeological Museum "Campagner" of pre-Columbian Ands civilizations and Istituto Diocesano di Musica.
Ponte San Martino
Shortly after leaving the railway station, I came across this bridge crossing the River Sile (or Sil) - The River of Silence.
I spent quite a while enjoying the views up and down river
to be continued...
The baptistery is adjacent to the Dome is represents the unique Romanic church left in Treviso and is dating from the XI century.
Dedicated to Saint John the Baptist, as per traditions, the Baptistery has a sober facade while in inside holds beautiful frescos in Byzantine style.
Chiesa di Santa Maria Maggiore
The church of Santa Maria Maggiore is situated in the northeastern part of the city, very close to the end of delightful Riviera Garibaldi. It was built in 1474, and containing a tomb by Bambaia, also, there you can see "Madonna" originally frescoed by Tommaso da Modena. Next to the church stands the bell-tower which is of a very huge proportions.
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