Venice & Treviso (5 nights)

Visit the most romantic city of Venice with the lesser known city of Treviso, which with its Prosecco Hills became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2019...
1040,00 €


Venice & Treviso – 5 nights

Venice is beautiful that words are not enough to describe it. It is one of the most charming and romantic places in all world. A Unesco World Heritage that once in a life it has to be visited. But in the Veneto Region there is another beautiful city Treviso that worth a visit.

Treviso is often overlook because its close proximity to Venice, but it is a very well-preserved medieval city, full of renaissance squares, palaces, churches and monasteries decorated with amazing frescoes.

Treviso is fenced by a fortified, 500 year-old red brick wall, built by the Venetians when the city was one of the most important settlements of their empire. The promenade which runs along the top of the wall gives visitors an impressive views over Treviso. You can discover it just on foot because everything worth seeing can be found within the confines of the ancient walls:

Treviso Cathedral, Chiesa di San Nicolo, the picturesque Pescheria, Piazza dei Signori, Chiesa di San Francesco and Piazza San Vito, etc.

DAY 1: Arrival in Venice
Arrive in Venice on your own or private transfer/boat transfer to your hotel.
Check-in to your hotel and enjoy the afternoon/evening strolling around in one of the most romantic cities in the world.
… Apartment in Venice

DAY 2: Guided tour in Venice City
After breakfast, meet your English-speaking guide for a 3-hour-tour in the heart of this beautiful city. You will visit Palazzo Ducale, Bell Tower, Clock Tower, Marco Polo’s House, Basilica San Marco (with priority entrance) and its wonderful square - with a complete historical overview.
Afternoon at leisure. We suggest you to walk through the “calli” (narrow streets) and cross the larger and smaller canals using the dozens of bridges available, it will be a great opportunity to see how life in Venice works, as everything is done by boat!
Option to visit the famous Guggenheim Museum or the National Archeological Museum or any other Museum you are interested to. Contact us, we have plenty of options!
… Apartment in Venice

DAY 3: Murano, Burano and Torcello
After breakfast, take the "vaporetto" (water bus) and you first stop is in the island of Murano. Visit one of the most historic furnaces of Murano- where you’ll watch a glass blower creating beautiful pieces of glassware, a Murano tradition that dates back to 1291. Next stop, is the island of Torcello, an island established between the 5th and 6th centuries, to see its ornate palaces and churches. Highlights include the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, founded in the 7th century. Then head to your last stop, Burano, an island known for its lace production, which dates back to the 16th century. While you visit local shops and the museum to admire high quality lace on display, admire the island’s brightly colored fishermen’s houses. Your tour then ends with the return boat ride to Venice.
… Apartment in Venice

DAY 4: Treviso
In the morning, take a train from Venezia/S. Lucia to Treviso. It takes about 30 minutes to arrive.
The centre of Treviso is just a 10-minutes’ walk from the railway station. Your English guide waits you after lunch for a 4 hours tour of Treviso.
In the meantime, start strolling around, heading to the meeting point in Piazza dei Signori. You will soon realize that Treviso is bathed by several canals, all originated by the two rivers (Botteniga and Sile) that encircled the city. The canals and the tiny waterways give a really charming appearance to Treviso which is an unspoilt, friendly city where life is slower and relaxed.

By this time, it will be probably lunchtime. Treviso is not the kind of city where you'll see trattorias advertising a “menu turistico”. You will have the chance to eat authentic and traditional food at honest prices. Just permit us recommend you to taste the “Radicchio Trevigiano” a type of chicory with white veins and red-violet leaves that form a round long crispy stick, slightly bitter and perfect for thousands of recipes (risotto, lasagna, grilled, roasted, etc).

Your guided visit will start from the main square Piazza dei Signori which is surrounded by the monumental Palazzo dei Trecento, built in the late 1100s and the 15th-century Palazzo del Podestà with the overlooking Torre del Comune. Not so far from Piazza dei Signori there is the elegant Loggia dei Cavalieri a characteristic 13th-century Romanesque building which was one of the symbol of the nobles’ political power. Once its interior was decorated with chivalry scenes but nowadays they are unfortunately mostly overlapped. decorated with chivalry scenes.
You are going now to visit the Cathedral, home to frescoes by Pordenone and an altar piece of the famous Titian.
St. Nicolò’s Church and the Sala del Capitolo, with frescoes by Tommaso da Modena, are also worth a visit, together with the Medieval Churches of St. Francesco and St. Lucia.
Just before sunset, take a romantic stroll along the medieval arches that line the pretty Buranelli canal and don't miss out on a chilled glass of sparkling Prosecco at a traditional “osteria”.
B, …3* Hotel in Treviso

DAY 5: Treviso
Today, enjoy visiting the city by your own. Don’t miss a visit to the Isola della Pescheria which is literally a very small island located on one of the central canals and it’s a fish market. This is probably the oldest and most authentic quarters in Treviso. Until the mid-1800s, there were three small islands in the middle, where fishermen from Burano brought their fish to sell. Then the three islands were joined, and an appropriate fish market was built. Surrounded as it is by elegant old buildings, this lively morning market is one of the city's most atmospheric sights. More recently, some strange but attractive contemporary sculptures of fish and a mermaid have been added in the river.

Last but not least, if you like shopping, then you'll love “via Calmaggiore” where most stores are located and for a sweet pit-stop, don’t’ forget to taste a slice of the delicious dessert Tiramisù. Born in the ’50 in the kitchen of the famous Osteria “Le Beccherie”.
B, …3* Hotel in Treviso

DAY 6: Treviso
Departure on your own or private transfer on request.
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The price includes
  • 3 night accommodation in a comfortable apartment in Venice (meals not included)
  • 2 night accommodation at a 3*Hotel in Treviso with breakfast
  • local English-speaking guide for a private 3-hours guided tour in Venice
  • local English-speaking guide for a private 3 hours guided tour in Treviso
  • entrance tickets during both guided tours
  • gondola ride in Venice
  • guided visit to a Glass Factory in Murano
  • Italian VAT
Not included in the price
Tips, transfers (on request), train tickets, vaporetto transfers, private boat transfers (on request), dinners, lunches, breakfasts, drinks, souvenirs, museum entrance fees (except during the guided tours), private expenses, insurance and anything not mentioned in "cost include".
Additional information
B = breakfast
L = lunch
D = dinner

In high season periods Christmas, Carnival, July & August the cost can raise between 6 – 12% of the given cost.

Please note, that all guided tours may be subject to changes, depending on:
  • weather conditions
  • organization issues
  • the physical condition of each participant
  • equipment and clothing not suitable for the excursion
On request
  • visit the famous Guggenheim Museum or the National Archeological Museum or any other Museum you are interested to