The peak season to visit Treviso is the summer season from June to August. It is warm and sunny at about 78-83 deg F with extended hours of daylight that you can best use for sightseeing. It would be advisable to book your flights early to avoid last minute rush and inflated prices. If you’re looking for a budget vacation, you should come here during the winter season from November and April. It would get very cold or even freezing too, but you would get lower airfares and hotel prices. You can also enjoy the Carnival of Venice if you could travel to the nearby city of Venice that lies at about 26 miles from the city.
The city is served by Treviso-Sant'Angelo Airport. It is also known as Venice-Treviso Airport because it also serves Venice, even though it isn’t the primary airport of the city. The airport is owned by SAVE Group and is operated by Aer Tre S.P.A. This airport is mostly used by three low-cost airlines (Ryanair, Albawings and Wizz Air) that operate regular scheduled and charter flights to a number of domestic destinations (like Bari, Catania and Lamezia Terme) and international destinations including London, Dublin and Brussels. Places of Interest in Treviso
Treviso is a city and commune in Veneto and capital of Treviso province in Italy. It is the birthplace of the co-owner of clothing giant Benetton, the production area of Prosecco wine (a cheaper substitute of Champagne) and is one of those Italian towns where the famous dessert tiramisu is supposed to have originated. This city is lot like Venice because of its canals, medieval architecture, 500 year old city walls and some superb examples of Romanesque and Gothic architecture except that Treviso is perhaps much older. Some of the architectural highlights here are the Church of San Francesco, the Cathedral, Church of San Nicolo and Piazza Renaldi, and they all display salient features of Romanesque, Gothic or traditional aspects of Italian architecture.The Church of San Francesco
Built in 13th century, the Church of San Francesco is a signature of Late Romanesque and Early Gothic architectural styles. Its interiors are hallmarked by a Romanesque-Byzantine fresco of St. Christopher and a painting each of ‘the Four Evangelists’ and ‘Madonna and Four Saints.’ This church houses the tombs of the daughter of the poet Francesco and the son of former statesman Dante Alighieri.The Church of San Nicolo
The largest church of the city, the Church of San Nicolo, is a mix of 13th-century Venetian Romanesque and French Gothic elements. It is home to the fresco of St Christopher, which is the oldest European depiction of its type in glass. Also of note here are the frescoes of Tommaso da Modena, St Romuald, St Agnes and the Redemptor and St Jerome in his Study.Cathedral
Treviso Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral dedicated to Saint Peter in Treviso. It is the seat of the bishop of Treviso and its crypt houses tombs of the city's former bishops. It has an unfinished bell tower, whose construction was stopped to prevent it from becoming taller than St. Mark's Basilica. The star attractions are the Malchiostro Chapel which is adorned by a 16th century painting called Malchiostro Annunciation and two other canvasses of the same period.