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Flights to Treviso

Whether they are looking to explore one of Veneto's most historic cities, or they want to catch a rugby match, travellers won't find it hard to reach Treviso. Flights leave a range of UK airports on a daily basis for the northern Italian destination, with budget fares routinely available.

Which is the main airport in Treviso?

The major airport in Treviso is Treviso Airport (often referred to as Venice-Treviso). The airport is only a couple of miles outside the city, so getting into town won't take long. MobilitaDiMarca runs buses into Treviso, and journeys take around ten minutes. Alternatively, ATVO and Barzi offer buses to Venice, putting the canals and magical architecture of the city within easy reach.

Which airlines offer flights to Treviso?

There's only one airline to check out when choosing flights to Treviso from the UK. Budget carrier Ryanair offers direct journeys from East Midlands, Edinburgh, London Southend and Leeds/Bradford airports. Expect a flight time of around two hours. Alternatively, British Airways and Jet2 offer flights to nearby airports like Venice Marco Polo and Verona.

Why travel by plane to Treviso?

Flying to Treviso has a number of advantages. Firstly, it's a great way to reach the heart of Veneto, one of Italy's premier tourist regions. Travellers arriving in Treviso will have the option of staying in the city, heading to Verona or transferring to Venice. Whatever option they choose, reaching their destination from Treviso Airport won't take long. Secondly, there are plenty of budget flights to Treviso, so great deals should be available. And the flight time isn't long, rarely rising above two hours 15 minutes.

Before you travel to Treviso by plane - good to know!

Treviso has a lot to offer and is a great base from which to arrange day-trips. In the city itself, don't miss the spectacular domes of the Cathedral of San Pietro, the Museo Civico, with its excellent collection of Renaissance art, and Andrea Palladio's elegant Villa Emo. Treviso also has a network of canals which echoes Venice, and it's great fun to take boat tours under the ancient bridges, past buzzing canal-side bars and historic water-wheels. And when the local sights have been absorbed, Venice is about 30 minutes away by train, while beautiful towns like Castelfranco  and Conegliano are also easy to reach by bus or rental car.

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