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Among the Italian cities of art, Treviso wheelchair accessible tours is one of the most beautiful, but probably one of the most underrated.

Although not a noble and therefore popular city, Treviso allows you to fully immerse yourself in the calm and harmonious atmospheres of the city.

It gives you the opportunity to enjoy wonderful landscapes and quality food and wine itineraries.

Elegant, picturesque, romantic.

With its small size, Treviso wheelchair accessible tours, is a small jewel that can be visited easily in a single day, remaining enraptured.

Walking through the “Little Venice“, city of water and art.

You can discover majestic architecture, religious buildings and also many suggestive views in the alleys overlooking the canals.

About its origins, it seems that the first settlement nucleus was Celtic.

Is name would derive from tarvos, a bull in Celtic, precisely because there would have been a bull market there.

However it is the Roman Tarvisium to assume a defined identity.

Treviso Wheelchair Accessible Tours

Disabled friendly Treviso wheelchair accessible tours with a professional guide.

Accessible Italian Holiday provide a safe and a full accessible tours around it at previewed itineraries.

Visit this rich and fascinating land with a specialized tourist guide.

Adapted van transportation specifically designed for disabled tourists traveling on holiday to Treviso in Veneto.

Touring Treviso

Treviso wheelchair accessible tours, is the typical day trip.

All those people looking for relaxation after a full immersion in the beautiful and chaotic Venice.

The historic center of Treviso is truly enchanting with its canals, the most famous of which are the Cagnan Canal and the Buranelli Canal.

The majestic Piazza dei Signori with the Palazzo dei Trecento, the Civic Tower and the Loggia dei Cavalieri.

The Market of Fish, the Duo of Treviso, the Palace of the Podestà and the Cathedral of St Peter.

The latter is enclosed by the walls, the original Roman and then medieval, which can still be crossed today through three gates.

Porta Altinia, Porta Santi Quaranta and the beautiful Porta San Tommaso.

Find some time to sit in a historic cafe and enjoy a good Tiramisu’.

Seems to have been born right here in Treviso.

The Venetian cuisine is really greedy.

If you are planning to visit Treviso and its surroundings, prepare to try the delights of the local cuisine.

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