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        About Treviso

        Treviso is a city in northern Italy, more precisely in the Veneto region, at the confluence of the Sile and Botteniga rivers. It is also the capital of the province of Treviso. The area is known for its fertile soils and, of course, for its excellent conditions for tourism.

        This area has a long and turbulent past. The city of Treviso was heavily bombed during the First and Second World Wars. Afterwards, the city was restored and renovated and today you can admire the great mix of modern and old-style on every corner. In Treviso, there are many historical, cultural, religious and natural sights worth visiting and you can find something interesting at any time of the year.

        Treviso has a long past and many different civilizations ruled this area throughout history. The city also changed different names and the first time Treviso got its modern name was in Roman times. But one thing has remained the same throughout history until today. The locals here are very friendly and welcome you as one of their own when you come here. Treviso has become a very important cultural and artistic centre in Italy, with many high-quality galleries, museums and many cultural events taking place here. Moreover, this area is known for its great nature, fashion, gastronomy, sports, nightlife, etc. So, if you are planning a road trip through Italy, or more precisely through Northern Italy, you should put Treviso on the list of cities where you will stop, because there are so many great things to see and do here. There is something for every type of tourist and traveller to discover here.

        Treviso is often overlooked because many tourists and travellers come here and immediately continue to Venice, which is only 27 kilometres away from Treviso. But to be honest, they miss a lot because this charming little city has a lot to offer and is a cheaper alternative to Venice, but also with many amazing sights to see. the prices here are much more affordable and it is also much less crowded. You will not find long lines of cars on the streets of Treviso, and you will not find long lines in front of the museums, galleries and other tourist attractions. So Treviso is a fantastic place where you can spend your holiday much more quietly than in Venice, for example. And of course, you can still go to Venice, and you will be there very quickly.

        And another interesting fact is that Venice is not the only Italian city with canals. Treviso also has a lot of canals that are great for exploring. So, all in all, Treviso has everything you need if you are looking for a perfect destination. You can either start your road trip through Italy here or make a stop in Treviso on your road trip. One thing is for sure, you will not regret it because Treviso has everything to offer. Come here and discover it.

        Basic info and car hire in Treviso

        • Location: Veneto region, Italy
        • Population: 85,760
        • Official language: Italian
        • Currency: Euro
        • Weather: Treviso has a Humid subtropical climate
        • Internet coverage: Hotels, bars, restaurants, and cafés offer Wi-Fi.
        • Road conditions:  Most roads in Treviso are in good condition.
        • Car hire in Treviso:  The most common pick-up point for vehicles in Treviso is at the Treviso Airport. Please note that prices vary frequently. It is best to book a car 3 to 8 weeks in advance of your desired pick-up date - this will ensure you get the cheapest rental rate. Alternatively, it is also possible to find cheap last-minute car hire. Find the best deal on car hire in Treviso!

         Driving in Treviso

        Renting a car in Treviso is the best option if you want to explore the city and its surroundings. The roads in this area are generally in good condition, the views are breathtaking and there is a lot to see and do here, so you will have a great time driving around Treviso and the Veneto region.

        There are quite a few parking garages in this area, so you can leave your car there and explore the area on foot.

        Traffic in the old town of Treviso is subject to ZTL regulations. Zona a traffico limitato (ZTL) (literally: traffic restricted zone) is a traffic restricted zone in Italy. There are about 200 regulations enforced with cameras, as well as 100 environmental zones. They help protect historic city centres from excessive traffic that would otherwise make the city less attractive.

        If you need to enter the ZTL in Treviso contact:

        Ufficio Permessi

        Via Castello d'Amore, 2/e (c/o comando Polizia Locale) - 31100 Treviso

        Tel.: 0422.1915580

        E-mail: ufficiopermessi@comune.treviso.it

        It's good to know that the police in Italy are very strict. So make sure you follow all the rules and obey all the traffic signs on the road. Above all, stick to the speed limits because there are many speed checks and you can get a fine even if you are not a resident. But of course, it is good to follow the speed limits and other rules, not only because of the police but also for your safety and the safety of other road users

        • Age limits: 21 years old-25 for larger vehicles
        • International Driving Permit:  Yes, if you are a non-EU license holder.
        • Additional papers:   Identification(passport), a valid driving license, and valid proof of insurance.   
        • Additional requirements: Glasses (in case you need glasses, you must always have a spare pair in the car), light bulbs (are usually already in the car and are provided by the car rental company), warning triangle (2 are required for all vehicles registered in Italy and 1 if coming from abroad), high visibility vest (recently made compulsory)- First aid kit (not compulsory, but we strongly recommend you have it with you, just in case).
        • Children in the car: Children up to the age of 10 may only be taken in the back seat and a suitable child seat must be available up to a height of 1.50 meters.
        • Driving side of the road: Right hand
        • Lights:  Check that all lights are working, clean, and correctly aimed.
        • General speed limits: The speed limit in cities is 50 km/h, although in certain areas the speed limit may be reduced to 30 km/h. Main highways are limited to 130 km/h, non-major highways to 110 km/h, and local roads to 90 km/h.

        Car Hire in Treviso

        Most popular car hire at Treviso

        The most selected hire car in Treviso is the Fiat 500, Renault Clio or Opel Corsa. Renault Captur is also being a popular option. The most popular car types in Treviso are mini and economy. 

        Popular Driving Routes

        Popular One-Way car hire from Treviso

        Want to rent a car for a one-way trip? No worries! Orbit Car Hire offers a variety of one-way Car Hire options in many locations outside of Treviso. One-way car rental is ideal for cross-town or cross-country travel, saving time by not returning to your original location. Start your reservation with Orbit Car Hire and find great options on one-way car hire at locations across the Italy.

        • Treviso-Venice (40km with approximately 40 minutes of drive)

        • Treviso-Padua (55km with approximately 1 hour of drive)

        • Treviso-Verona (136km with approximately 1,5-2 hours of drive)

        • Treviso-Milano (290km with approximately 3,5 hours of drive)

        Popular day trips from Treviso

        One of the most popular day trips from Treviso is a trip to Venice. Besides that you should deffinetly take a trip to Proseco region, Conegliano, Padua, Verona, Tarcello, Chioggia, Vicenza,...

        What to see in Treviso

        Treviso is a city with great potential. It is often overlooked because many people enter Italy through Treviso airport and then immediately continue to Venice. But you should spend a few days in this beautiful old city. There are so many great natural, historical, cultural and religious sites here that are worth visiting.

        For example, you should take a walk on Treviso's ancient city walls. This wall was built in the 15th century and together with the watchtowers formed a perfect defence. The walls are very well preserved and later some modern gates were added, mainly to facilitate access to the old city centre. However, the ancient gates are still preserved as they were: the Altinia Gate, the Porta San Tommaso (St. Thomas Gate, pictured above) and the Porta Santi Quaranta (the Gate of the Forty Saints).

        Another attraction not to be missed is Treviso Cathedral. This impressive Roman Catholic cathedral was originally built in the 6th century but was remodelled and rebuilt several times. The current facade, for example, was built in the 19th century. But that's not the only religious object you should visit here in Treviso. After seeing Treviso Cathedral, be sure to check out two other churches, the Chiesa di San Nicolo and the Chiesa di San Francesco.

        Exploring the canals in the historic centre of Treviso is one of the most romantic experiences here. The old city centre is a maze of canals that connect the Sile River and the Botteniga River.

        Another fantastic place to visit here is the fish island Pescheria. You can reach this island by a bridge and when you come here you will just enjoy the great atmosphere and of course, there are some very interesting things to see here, like old perennials etc. The market is active every morning. So if you are looking for fish, you should visit Pescharia, because here you will get the freshest and best fish.

        There are many other places to visit and things to do in Treviso, here are some suggestions: Visit the remains of the Fontana Delle Tette, enjoy a cocktail in Piazza Dei Signori, visit the Museo Diocesano, visit the Proseccheria dell'Oste, visit the Camelia bakery, go to Villa Emo, visit Castelfranco, watch the sunset in Conegliano...

        Drive your rental car beyond Treviso

        Treviso is the perfect place to start your road trip. You can either explore the north of Italy, or you can just drive to Slovenia or Austria if you want to explore the area around Treviso. There are so many amazing places here that you should make a good plan before you start your trip. The most popular destination near Treviso is of course Venice, which is only 27 kilometres away from Treviso, but there are many other places you should visit in this region. Many people say that this is the most glamorous region in Italy. Besides Venice and Treviso, you should also visit Padua, Verona, Tarcello, Chioggia, Vicenza... visit.

        But there are so many other regions in Italy worth exploring. For example, if you decide to stay in the Umbria region and take a road trip through it, one of the activities you should put on your wish list is undoubtedly truffle hunting. This region is famous for its truffles and truffle hunting is truly a unique experience. In the countryside, you will find many experts searching for these "black diamonds". Besides truffle hunting, you can also learn a lot about the history of the region and the daily life of the locals. The Marmore waterfalls are another sight you should not miss on your trip to Umbria. These are the largest man-made waterfalls in the world and the second-largest waterfalls in Italy. These amazing waterfalls were created by the Romans who wanted to divert the Velino River to use more fertile land. For this reason, the Marmore Waterfalls are one of the most visited attractions in this region. For people who prefer a more active vacation, there are many activities here, for example, rafting on the Nera River, cycling in nature, visiting the Monte Cucco Regional Park, a side trip to San Pietro

        There are so many places to visit in Italy that you need to make a good plan if you want to take a road trip through Italy. Italy is a very diverse country with so much to see and do. But one thing is for sure, there is something for every kind of tourist here. Italy is known for its fantastic beaches, amazing cities, a large number of historical, religious and cultural monuments, great gastronomy, volcanic islands, the Alps, the Mediterranean Sea, beautiful lakes and rivers, breathtaking landscapes, etc.

        The capital is Rome, which of course you must see. It is known as one of the most iconic cities in the world and certainly, the city most talked about in the history of mankind. Travelling from the north to the south of the country, you can experience so many different landscapes, people, cultures, cities and traditions that make Italy a special place. If we then add the truly rich and turbulent past of this tribal country, there is no doubt that you should visit Italy at least once in your lifetime.

        If you prefer winter and winter sports, then you should go to the Dolomites, because there are some of the most famous ski resorts in the world, such as Cortina d'Ampezzo. However, if you are more interested in history, you should visit Pompei and other cities in the south of the country.

        Treviso

        Visit Treviso

        Where to eat, drink, and party in Treviso

        Food is one of the most important things in the life of every Italian. It is no different here in Treviso. When you are here, you have the perfect opportunity to learn more about Italian cuisine. Here you can get a perfect insight into the gastronomy of the Veneto region, but of course here in Treviso, you can also taste food from other parts of Italy and the world. There are many trattorias and small restaurants where you can eat like a lord at very affordable prices.

        People here are also very proud of their traditions and one of the most important is the dessert Tiramisu, which was invented here and you can try it in almost every restaurant.

        Prosecco is also an important tradition, as this is also the home of this unique Italian wine.

        Best restaurant in Treviso

        Scemo Chi Legge - Torpal Food Truck

        Matassa

        Osteria Arman

        Giardino Bistrot

        Carbone

        Antica Torre

        FAQ

        What you need to know about renting a car

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        What do I need to rent a car in Italy?

        credit card in the name of the main driver needs to be presented. A security deposit may be required while renting a car so the credit card must have sufficient funds. You can find details about the security deposit listed while booking the vehicle as well as on your voucher. It is important to have a valid driving license with the name of the main driver as well as additional drivers when it applies. An International Driving Permit is required in addition to a National Driving License if the National Driving License you or any of the Additional Drivers hold is not clearly identifiable as a Driving License, eg, it is in a non-Latin alphabet (eg Arabic, Chinese, Cyrillic, Japanese). It can also depend on the country or car rental company you are renting with. If you have found a car on our website, you can press the rental terms link from the supplier for more information about driving license requirements. You will need to have identification with you such as a passport and ID cards. When you pick up your rental car you need to have your voucher with you.

        How old to hire a car in Italy?

        The minimum age to rent a car for Economy groups are 19 years old renters. For Compact, Intermediate car groups are available for 21 years old renters. Full-size vans and standard car Groups are available for 25 years old renters. With some suppliers for people over 75 years of age. Young driver surcharges may apply to many car rental companies for people under 21 years of age.

        Do I need car insurance in Italy?

        Insurances are very important when renting a car and can be different between countries. When renting a car in Italy with Orbit Car Hire the prices will include mandatory insurances in the country.

        Do I need a credit card to rent a car in Italy?

        In most cases, a credit card is required to be presented in the name of the main driver. A security deposit may be required when renting a car so it is important to have sufficient funds on the credit card. When searching for a car at Orbit you can see credit card requirements from all our suppliers.

        Do I need an international driving license in Italy?

        Drivers license issued in Italy or within the European Union does not have to provide an international drivers license. For drivers with a license issued outside of the EU will need to have an international driving license as well as your standard driving license. You must have both licenses with you at all times while driving a car in Italy.

        How do I find the cheapest car hire in Italy?

        You can find cheap car hire by comparing prices with all major car rentals at Orbit. A good idea can be to book in advance as the prices can increase closer to the travel period. 

        What is the cheapest rental car in Italy?

        You will find the mini car category or economy cars to be the cheapest car categories. Vehicles such as Hyundai I10 and Fiat Panda often provide the best prices. 

        What is the best car rental company in Italy?

        You may find excellent service provided by companies such as Europcar, Enterprise Rent a Car, Alamo, Keddy by Europcar, SurPrice Rent a Car, Ecovia, Sicily By Car and Locauto. 

        What types and makes of rental car deals can I find in Italy?

        You will find car types such as mini, economy, compact, Full-Size, and luxury cars. Popular rental cars are Fiat Panda, Opel Corsa, Renault Clio, Fiat 500. 

        Does my rental car have unlimited mileage when I rent a car in Italy?

        Most car rentals in Italy offer unlimited mileage in their offers. 

        How much to hire a car in Italy?

        We have found prices down to 8 GBP per day. However, this may depend on the rental period, location and company. 

        Can you take a hire car from Italy to Slovenia?

        Yes, most car hire companies will allow you to drive over to Slovenia while you have a vehicle for rent. It is a good idea to talk to the agent at the counter about this before heading out on the road. To get all necessary information needed. 

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