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There is a significant part of the old city wall surrounding central Treviso. It makes for a pleasant walk with walking and cycle path. There is plenty to see with the moat still intact in many places. The remaining city gates provide access back inside....More
We had nice walk around the old city walls of Treviso. Very well preserved, there're the gates to enter the city, very tidy. The walk all around its more than one kilometre. Nice and green city, absolutely deserves the visit. Recommended!!!
The city wall of Treviso was built when Treviso was annexed by the Venetian Republic in the late Middle Ages. From the North-West, along the North side, to the North-East of Treviso the wall with the three city gates is still standing, complete with the...More
We were staying in Venice for a week and decided to get the train to Treviso. It was a brilliant day. We liked everything about the place and especially the walk around the city walls. There were rabbits, ducks, geese and loads of fish. It...More
These defensive walls encircle the city of Treviso and you can walk on quite a long stretch of the northern ramparts for more than a kilometre. They make for a very pleasant stroll in the evening and food festivals are held on them in the...More
This is a lovely walk, partly on the historical walls and partly along tree lined paths along the side of the river. There are moats and an island with swans, ducks, rabbits and chickens. Lovely weeping willows, very picturesque.Perfect for a relaxing stroll and chat.