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Treviso is a town in northern Italy and a commune in the Veneto region. It is also the capital of the Treviso province with 84,669 people, of which about 3,000 inhibit houses within the Venetian walls or in the historical center, and around 80,000 people live in the urban center of the city. Treviso is home to the headquarters of the clothing retailers, such as Sisley, Benetton, Geox, Stefanel, Diadora, De'Longhi, and bicycle manufacturer Pinarello. There is no Grand Canal or San Marco Square, but there are no photo camera clicks, no tourist traps, no unreasonable prices, and no stress either, which is always present in popular cities, like Venice.

As a pleasant bonus of this place is that Treviso is known for being the original production area of Prosecco wine, and also being one of those few towns considered to have been the place of birth of the fantastic Italian dessert tiramisù.

There is a decent offices spaces for rent in business centers of the Treviso region. Besides, the prices are not as high as in other Italian cities, which you can get easily anyway. Therefore,  it might be a good idea to search for an office for rent here and enjoy its calm and work-life balance.


Trenitalia trains are operating all the time which go to Venice, Udine, and Trieste. Treviso Airport which specializes in low-cost airlines, such as RyanAir, Wizzair, and EasyJet, is located west of the city. The primary transport company MOM is responsible for urban and suburban services in the Province of Treviso.

Landmarks and Shopping

Treviso has everything and maybe a little bit more you could wish from a middle-sized Veneto city: ancient city walls, beautiful canals, cozy cobbled streets, and frescoed churches and cathedrals. Despite this, it hosts fewer visitors, drawn to its more influential neighbors. The Palazzo dei Trecento on the central Piazza dei Signori has one-of-a-kind battlements and arched arcades. The Fontana delle Tette is a 16th-century fountain that used to pour wine instead of water!

From world-class designer names to original, fun souvenir shops for friends and family, Treviso has a lot of places to shop. Via Calmaggiore is one of them, full of the most elegant stores in Treviso. This famous shopping district offers a wide range of opportunities and as an additional plus, the refreshing feeling of its atmosphere. Pescheria, the fresh fish market, is located in the middle of Canale Cagnan.

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