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Passeggiata tradizionale dei trevigiani la domenica mattina. Una breve e tranquilla passeggiata in bicicletta nell'immediata periferia di Treviso in luoghi dalle notevoli valenze naturalistiche e storiche.
Dante Alighieri mentioning Treviso in his ( inferno ) forgot to mention 😂 the walk along the river, but Really ...Follow the River down to Ponte Dante cross the road Follow the River down under the Railway bridge and welcome to paradise, A relaxing walk...More
Treviso is situated on the bank of the Sile river; this river cases that a maze of waterways is running trough Treviso. This presents an additional treat to the visitor of Treviso. You can walk and walk and walk along picturesque waterways, enjoying one striking...More
We were at the riverwalk on a sunny Sunday afternoon where everyone local was out enjoying the promenade. It's a great place to relax and walk about. We could not find any cafes en route but luckily had a picnic lunch with us. There were...More
Treviso is known to many as the "Città delle Acque" (City of waters) because of its small rivers and canals. After all, it is only a bunch of miles away from Venice.
The Restera however, is not located in the town centre. The walk starts...More
The walk starts jsut outside the town wall, eastward. You will walk through a narrow railway underpass, then the real walk start in the middle of pristine environment with ducks, swans and moorhens.
Walking some two kilometers will bring you to a former river port,...More
Along the river, there is a nice walking / cycling path. The scenery is very nice along the major part of it (some industrial buildings here and there).
The only issue is the fact it is not circular, so you cannot walk that long on...More
A wonderful walk practically all year' round and particularly so in the height of the summer when the heat is unbearable. The fast running waters of the river Siler provide the area with an aroma of freshness in the air which is pervasive.
When in Treviso take some time to walk along the river side called Restera, fro treviso it takes you to lovely Casier, a nice little town about 50 minutes walk where you can take an aperitivo near the little marina and pesdestrian area around the...More