Treviso and Beyond: 5 Unmissable Experiences for Adventurers

Nestled in the heart of the Veneto region, Treviso offers not only its own charming delights but also serves as a gateway to an array of captivating experiences in its surrounding areas. If you’re an adventurer seeking diverse landscapes and rich cultural encounters, this guide is tailor-made for you. Let’s dive into five unmissable things to do in and around Treviso.

1. Roam the Streets of Treviso’s Historic Center

Begin your journey in Piazza dei Signori, the most emblematic square at the heart of Treviso. From here you can take a stroll through its historic streets and wander past the many waterways and canals that have given the city the title of “Little Venice”. Visit the Cathedral and the City gates to really get a sense of the city’s history and stroll through the fish market to get a feel for the local way of life. Come to the end of the day you will have deserved a glass of FIOL Prosecco in one of its many Terrazas or osterias, where you can also enjoy great local delicacies and of course the city’s famous desert Tiramisù.

2. Discover Enchanted Venice

A stone’s throw away, the iconic city of Venice beckons. Hop on a train or bus, and within an hour, you’ll find yourself in the mesmerizing realm of Venetian canals and Gothic architecture. Explore St. Mark’s Square, traverse the narrow alleys, and sail along the Grand Canal on a gondola ride, soaking in the romance and history of this breathtaking city. Check our Guide to Venice and the best times to visit the city.

3. Marvel at the Prosecco Vineyards

Treviso is surrounded by surrounded by endless rows of hectares of vineyards that give birth to our beloved Glera grapes. A sea of green that expands as far as the eye can see, from the lagoon of Venice to the hills that become the gate to the Dolomite Alps. A territory where you will discover both charming villages and stately villas where you can enjoy local Prosecco tastings and plan a break from the hot Italian sun.

4. Delight in the Beauty of Verona

About 2 hours away by train from Treviso, the enchanting city of Verona awaits. Known as the setting of Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet,” Verona is a treasure trove of history and culture. Explore the Roman Arena, wander through the charming streets, and visit Juliet’s balcony for a dose of romance. Verona’s elegance and authenticity are bound to leave an indelible mark on your journey.

5. Lago di Garda

Just 20 minutes outside Verona, you will find Italy’s largest lake, Lago di Garda. If you are lucky to be driving, take the road around the lake and visit Salò, Limone and Malcesine before stopping at Punta San Vigilio for what we believe is the best sunset you can experience anywhere. If you are travelling by train, Peschiera Sirmione and Desenzamo are great destinations for a day visit and to enjoy their many lake-side beaches.