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Treviso is a city in northern Italy, and is often referred to as "Little Venice" by the locals, and is famously home to several fashion brands such as Benetton, Sisley, Stefanel Diadora and Lotto Sport Italia, as well as the dessert Tiramisu. The settlement that would become Treviso began as a Celtic village, and then over the course of history would become a scenic getaway destination with a lively and historic city center. Take a stroll through the cobblestone streets and you can appreciate the early Gothic period architecture and Byzantine era religious structures. Finding a hotel in Treviso which matches both your budget and expectations can be difficult. Browse through the Venere website and you can easily find and book the hotel suited to you with the help of thousands of user reviews, hotel galleries, and a helpful Google maps applet for exploring the places of interest around your hotel.

What's Treviso Like?

Take a short walk through the city streets and you will quickly appreciate the centuries old architecture which make up much of Treviso's allure. A part of the city popular even amongst the locals is La Restera (The Remains), a historic and picturesque series of old narrow streets population with outdoor cafes and eateries. For a look at the local art history, the Musei Civici di Treviso (Civil Museum of Treviso) has plenty of paintings and sculptures created by local artists. For a scenic tour around the city, you can rent a bike and travel along the La Strada Ciclabile (The Cycle Road), which is a guided tour through some of the most idyllic sights in the area, or enjoy an afternoon picnic in Parco dello Storga (The Park of Storga).

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Treviso

Treviso enjoys a relatively mild climate all year round, however rainfall can occur anytime during the year. From mid June to late August the summer temperatures usually average at around 28°C in the afternoon, although sometimes it can rise as high as 39°C. The likelihood of the locals speaking English is a lot lower than some of other cities such as Rome and Venice, so it would be advised to bring a pocket phrase book with you. Many of the most popular attractions within the city can be reached on foot, and the Treviso Centrale railway station is around 5 minutes walking distance from the city center. One thing to keep in mind before traveling is that your passport has to have been valid for at least three months, although six is recommended.