Car Rental in Treviso
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Why rent a car in Treviso?
The small but picturesque town of Treviso offers a plethora things to see and do, from visiting impressive historic villas to sampling delicious local cuisine. Many other famous cities in Northern Italy like Venice, Verona, and Milan are nearby, and with a rental car, you might even pop over the border to visit Austria or Slovenia.
One-Way Car Rentals in Treviso
The most popular one-way rental options for pick up in Treviso and drop off in another city include:
- From Treviso to Milan - 6 offers from $42.06 per day
- From Treviso to Rome - 6 offers from $42.06 per day
Top ways to enter Treviso
- Treviso Airport: Although quite small compared to some other Northern Italian airports, Treviso-A. Canova served more than 3.6 million travelers in 2019. The airport is a large hub for the low-cost carriers Ryanair and Wizz Air. Located just 4km (2.4 miles) southwest of the city center, the airport can be reached in 7 to 10 minutes.
- Venice Marco Polo Airport: Named after the famous Italian traveler who hailed from the city, Venice-Marco Polo is the fourth-busiest airport in Italy. A hub for the low-cost companies Volotea and easyJet, it is also served by around 40 other airlines. Located on the mainland near the center of Venice, the airport is just 31km (19 miles) southeast of Treviso and can be reached in about 30 minutes.
- Trieste Airport: Located on the border with Slovenia and not far from Croatia, the Trieste–Friuli Venezia Giulia Airport serves around 800 thousand travelers every year. In addition to domestic routes, the airport also provides flights to and from Germany, the United Kingdom, and Spain. Located 113km (70 miles) northeast of Treviso, the airport can be reached in about 1 hour and 40 minutes.
- Verona Villafranca Airport: Also known as Valerio Catullo Airport, Verona Airport handled more than three million travelers in 2018. The airport is especially active during the summer months when it hosts flights by around 30 different airlines. The airport is located 145km (90 miles) west of Treviso and can be reached in about 1 hour and 30 minutes.
- Bergamo Airport: An airport with many names, it is also known as Orio al Serio, Il Caravaggio, and Bergamo-Milan. A huge base for low-cost airlines, the airport is often seen as a cheaper way to reach Milan but is also a great place from where to access the rest of Northern Italy. Located 240km (150 miles) west of Treviso, the airport can be reached in about 2 hours and 30 minutes.
- Located at the meeting place of Botteniga and Sile rivers and near the Adriatic coast, Treviso has a mild oceanic climate with little temperature differences between the seasons. The average high temperature is 28°C (83°F) in July and August, the warmest months, and 7°C (44°F) in December and January. Unlike in Southern Italy, precipitation is the highest from May to August.
- Like the rest of Italy, Treviso is home to ancient history. First inhabited by Italic and Celtic tribes, the city eventually became a part of the Roman Empire, a time from which many ruins and relics were left in the Treviso area. Briefly invaded by the Huns and Ostrogoths, the city was then for centuries a part of the Frankish Empire. Venetians took it back in the 14th century only for it to then be invaded by the French and Austrians. The city finally joined the Kingdom of Italy in 1866.
Top destinations and activities
- Piazza dei Signori. One of the most famous tourist attractions and still the beating heart of the city, Piazza dei Signori is a place you simply have to visit if you’re in Treviso. The large square has some of the city’s most impressive architecture, from the 11th century Palazzo dei Trecento to renaissance Pretorio castle. Piazza dei Signori is within a short walk from Via Calmaggiore, the city’s most famous street which also has some amazing architecture.
- Santa Caterina Civic Museum. One of the most interesting museums in the region, Santa Caterina has plenty to see, from sections on Italian religious art to works of famous medieval, Renaissance, and contemporary artists like Titian, Gino Rossi, and Ferdinando Salce.
- Villa Emo. Treviso and its surroundings are best known in Italy for the many beautiful and lavish patrician villas that can be found there. Most were designed by the Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio, including the standout, Villa Emo. Located in the nearby village Vedelago about 20km (12 miles) west of Treviso, it was built in the mid-16th century. Surrounded by beautiful gardens, the villa is also impressive from the inside as it is decorated with many beautiful frescoes and other artworks.
Traffic and parking
- The speed limit in cities is 50km/h, although in certain areas the speed limit may be reduced to 30km/h.
- Main highways are limited to 130km/h, non-major highways to 110km/h, and local roads to 90km/h. During the rain the limits are respectively lowered to 110km/h, 100km/h, and 80km/h. The general speed limit is lowered to 50km/h during heavy fog or other cases of bad visibility.
- Proof of insurance and the car’s documentation need to be in it whenever you’re driving.
- When driving you need to have your passport or ID card with you at all times.
- The legal alcohol limit is 0.05% for experienced drivers and 0.00% for novice drivers. Being over the allowed limit can result in hefty fines and even imprisonment.
- The emergency number, like elsewhere in the EU, is 112.
There are numerous toll roads in Italy. The exact toll depends on your route of choice and the type of vehicle. See the official Italian toll road website for more information. Use the website’s toll road calculator to find out exactly how much you’ll have to pay for using the toll roads on your planned route.
Ideas for day trips
- Sile River Natural Park. Covering a vast territory of woodlands on both banks of the Sile River, it is one of the most impressive nature areas of Veneto region. It can be explored either on foot or by canoe or other type of boat, and there’s plenty to see here, from a labyrinth of little springs and rivers to impressive old mansions and countless species of aquatic birds. A place to spend a long and relaxing day outdoors, the park is just 15km (9.3 miles) from Treviso and can be reached in about 20 minutes.
- Venice. One of the most visited cities in Europe, Venice truly is a place like no other. There are plenty of world-famous landmarks like Basilica di San Marco and the Rialto Bridge, but lesser-known attractions like the Archaeological Museum, Monastery of Saint Francis of the Desert, and Lido Planetarium can be just as exciting. Located just 42km (26 miles) south of Treviso, Venice can be reached in about 40 minutes. Although you cannot drive on the islands, it’s possible to find a parking space on Venice mainland.
- Padua. Also known as Padova, this historic Italian city has plenty for a visitor to enjoy. There are historic attractions like Padua Roman amphitheater and Prato della Valle, the biggest and one of the most beautiful squares in Europe, as well as La Specola observatory and Padua botanical garden, the oldest operating botanical garden in the world. Padua doesn’t get nearly the same crowds of tourists as Venice and that contributes to a more relaxed atmosphere. Located 57km (35 miles) southwest of Treviso, Padua can be reached in 50 to 60 minutes.
- Castelfranco Veneto. Nowadays home to only about 33,000 people, Castelo, as it is sometimes locally called, is best known for the historical city walls that surround it. Once inside, you’ll find plenty of heritage buildings, such as the city’s medieval castle and the Castelfranco Cathedral, known for its frescoes. The drive from Treviso takes only about 30 minutes.
- Taste the local cuisine. Treviso is known for its red chicory, or radicchio, with many dishes incorporating this popular ingredient, such as risotto al radicchio. Cold cuts, meat dishes, and pasta with beans are also popular foods in Treviso. Lastly, make sure you do not leave without tasting the dessert invented right in the city, the mouthwatering, world-famous tiramisu.
- Find more of the best things to do in and around the city in this Treviso guide.
Most popular cars
The most popular rental car in Treviso is the Peugeot 108, followed by the Opel Corsa and the Fiat 500. The most popular rental car types are mini, economy, and compact.
- Bologna. Famous for its revolutionary spirit and stunning cuisine, Bologna if a fun place to visit. The eternal student city, its youthful vibe is manifested in plenty of cafeterias, book shops, art galleries, and city festivals. Like in the rest of Italy, there’s also something for the history lover to enjoy, from the beautiful San Petronio basilica to the City Art Collections Museum. Located 170km (105 miles) south of Treviso, Bologna can be reached in less than two hours.
- Bolzano. Also known as Bozen, it is the capital of South Tyrol, an autonomous, primarily German-speaking region in northern Italy. From impressive fortresses to steep narrow streets lined with historic buildings, the cozy city has plenty to offer. Bolzano’s number one attraction, however, is that from it, you can explore the rest of Tyrol and its stunning mountain landscapes, ski resorts, and fairytale villages. Located 190km (118 miles) northwest of Treviso, Bolzano can be reached in about 2 hours and 30 minutes.
- Lake Garda. Italy’s biggest lake offers plenty of things for a traveler to do. You can enjoy some time on a beach, swim, kayak, and enjoy the lake itself. Take a drive around the shoreline for stunning views and visit some of the villages along the way. Limone sul Garda is known for its lemons, limoncello, and lemon museum, while the town of Sirmione is known for its castle and fortress. Depending on where you go on the lake, it’s between a two and three-hour drive from Treviso.
- San Marino. One of the smallest countries on the planet and entirely surrounded by Italy, San Marino is nonetheless a proud nation — it claims to be the world’s oldest republic. Known for its steep mountain roads, friendly locals, well-preserved architecture, and quirky cultural institutions like the Torture Museum (definitely not for the faint-hearted), it is a unique place to visit. The drive from Treviso takes about four hours and can be combined with visiting Bologna, Ravenna, or Rimini.
- Slovenia. Slovenia has a legitimate claim to being one of the most interesting European countries to visit. In a land that’s 15 times smaller than Italy you’ll find picturesque lake towns like Bled, immense mountain scenery (with Mount Triglav National Park in the center of it), and even a short, but beautiful Adriatic coastline. Ljubljana, Slovenia’s capital, is just 230km (143 miles) northeast of Treviso and can be reached in 2 hours and 30 minutes with some other destinations even closer. To go from Italy to Slovenia, you’ll have to cross an international border, so ask your rental car provider in advance if they permit it.
Car Rental Prices in Treviso
- Convertibles - from $15 per day
- Station wagons - from $9 per day
- Large cars - from $16 per day
- Medium cars - from $8 per day
- Vans - from $151 per day
- Premium cars - from $65 per day
- Small cars - from $6 per day
- SUVs - from $10 per day
Follow these tips and increase your chances of getting a great rental car in Treviso:
- Compare the rates of different rental car providers
- Book your rental car well in advance
- Plan your route before you go
- Know your fuel and mileage requirements
- Visit during the month when the rental prices are the cheapest. According to our data, visiting Treviso is the cheapest in February when renting a car is about 47% cheaper than the yearly average and a whole 66% cheaper than visiting the city in August.
Top 20 Cities near Treviso
Mestre Venice Car Rentals from $13.66 per day18.7 km / 11.6 miles away
Venice Car Rentals from $2.08 per day20.1 km / 12.5 miles away
Padua Car Rentals from $13.01 per day35.5 km / 22.1 miles away
Bassano del Grappa Car Rentals from $24.23 per day38.0 km / 23.6 miles away
Vicenza Car Rentals from $15.62 per day49.2 km / 30.6 miles away
Udine Car Rentals from $15.48 per day92.6 km / 57.5 miles away
Trento Car Rentals from $15.75 per day95.6 km / 59.4 miles away
Trieste Car Rentals from $9.23 per day101.1 km / 62.8 miles away
Verona Car Rentals from $3.35 per day105.5 km / 65.6 miles away
Bolzano Car Rentals from $10.65 per day113.6 km / 70.6 miles away
Bologna Car Rentals from $2.36 per day142.7 km / 88.7 miles away
Modena Car Rentals from $14.14 per day150.9 km / 93.8 miles away
Brescia Car Rentals from $11.58 per day154.7 km / 96.1 miles away
Forli Car Rentals from $12.72 per day161.9 km / 100.6 miles away
Tirano Car Rentals from $14.40 per day170.3 km / 105.8 miles away
Parma Car Rentals from $10.33 per day173.9 km / 108.1 miles away
Rimini Car Rentals from $13.39 per day178.5 km / 110.9 miles away
Bergamo Car Rentals from $2.87 per day193.5 km / 120.2 miles away
Pesaro Car Rentals from $11.34 per day202.4 km / 125.8 miles away
Piacenza Car Rentals from $15.32 per day205.5 km / 127.7 miles away
Top 20 Locations near Treviso
Treviso Airport Car Rentals from $6.00 per day
Venice Mestre Train Station Car Rentals from $10.32 per day18.3 km / 11.4 miles away
Venice Airport Car Rentals from $2.08 per day20.1 km / 12.5 miles away
Trieste Airport Car Rentals from $9.23 per day101.1 km / 62.8 miles away
Verona Airport Car Rentals from $3.35 per day105.5 km / 65.6 miles away
Bolzano Airport Car Rentals from $10.65 per day112.4 km / 69.8 miles away
Bolzano Train Station Car Rentals from $21.49 per day114.3 km / 71.0 miles away
Bologna Airport Car Rentals from $2.36 per day142.7 km / 88.7 miles away
Bologna Train Station Car Rentals from $7.27 per day143.6 km / 89.2 miles away
Downtown Car Rentals from $26.92 per day143.8 km / 89.4 miles away
Parma North Car Rentals from $14.14 per day170.9 km / 106.2 miles away
Rimini Airport Car Rentals from $14.14 per day184.0 km / 114.3 miles away
Bergamo Airport Car Rentals from $2.87 per day193.5 km / 120.2 miles away
Florence Airport Car Rentals from $5.99 per day218.9 km / 136.0 miles away
Florence Santa Maria Novella Railway Station Car Rentals from $8.67 per day221.2 km / 137.4 miles away
Downtown Car Rentals from $9.94 per day221.5 km / 137.6 miles away
Milan Linate Airport Car Rentals from $2.65 per day228.3 km / 141.9 miles away
Milan Viale Umbria Car Rentals from $14.86 per day232.9 km / 144.7 miles away
Downtown Car Rentals from $12.63 per day234.1 km / 145.5 miles away
Milan Duomo Car Rentals from $28.79 per day235.1 km / 146.1 miles away
Map of Car Rental Locations
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Car Rental Information
|Car rental locations||2|
|Popular suppliers||Sicily By Car, Surprice, Drivalia, RentSmart24, Locauto|
|Popular car categories||Small cars, Medium cars, SUVs, Large cars|
|Lowest price||$6 per day|
Most Popular Car Models of Rental Suppliers
|Sicily By Car||Opel Karl||4||2||Small cars|
|Sicily By Car||Peugeot 208||5||2||Small cars|
|Drivalia||Fiat 500||3||1||Small cars|
|Surprice||Hyundai i10||3||1||Small cars|
|Drivalia||Fiat 500L||5||2||Medium cars|
|Locauto||Fiat Panda||3||2||Small cars|
|Sicily By Car||Fiat 500X||5||3||Medium cars|
|Surprice||Opel Astra||5||2||Medium cars|
|Surprice||Ford Fiesta||5||1||Small cars|
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