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Cheap Flights to Treviso
|Round-trip from||£31||From London to Venice|
Cheapest prices for Treviso flights by month
When is the best time to fly to Treviso?
Choose a month below to see average flight price and weather conditions.
LON - I31
£49 - £178
8 - 29 °C
23 - 83 mm
Treviso experiences hot summers, cool winters and rainfall year-round. The best weather happens in July and August when temperatures peak around 28 degrees Celsius. As the climate warms, the tourist numbers increase, so visitors should avoid the summer months if they are looking for cheap flights to Treviso. June and September can still welcome pleasant temperatures, with highs around 24 to 26 degrees Celsius, although June is the wettest month, so you may want to pack an umbrella.
Treviso’s lower season, in terms of tourism, generally runs between November and April. During the coldest months, December and February, temperatures usually drop to around -1 to 7 degrees Celsius. Visitors may want to book flights to Treviso in late January and travel to Venice, for the famous Carnival of Venice, which will be complete with the elaborate masks that give the event its instantly-recognizable character.
Which day is cheapest to fly to Treviso?
At the moment, Wednesday is the most economical day to take a flight to Treviso. Friday is likely to be the most costly.
What time of day is cheapest to fly to TSF airport?
To get the best value, try booking a flight in the afternoon when visiting Treviso. Generally the prices will increase for flights at midday as these tend to have higher demand.
Treviso is one of Italy’s many beautiful small cities whose character has been shaped by the ebb and flow of countless civilizations. Tucked away in the northeast corner of the country just beyond the gentle curve of the Venetian Adriatic, Treviso has been a major figure on the peninsula since Roman times and has accomplished many fine things along the way, not least of which being the invention of tiramisu and Prosecco.
The architecture is an attractive jumble of classic Italian building styles all threaded along the meandering banks of the Sile River. Be sure to visit the Late Romanesque/Early Gothic church of San Francesco, built by Franciscans in the mid-13th century. Later, Napoleon used it as a stable, but it was reopened in 1928 and has been going strong ever since. Also check-out the Piazza Rinaldi, seat of three palaces of the Rinaldi family. The first was built in the 1100s after their flight from Frederick Barbarossa, while the second, with its distinctive ogival arches in the first floor loggia, is from the 15th century. The third and final palace was added in the 18th century. Sporting fans are also catered for, with Benetton Rugby Treviso playing top flight rugby union in the town between August and May.
Visitors may wish to take of advantage of a flight to Treviso and travel further afield. Venice is located very close by and is an absolute must-see when in the area. Alternatively, head north and visit the town and province of Belluno at the foot of the Alps. And whatever you do, be sure to eat as much as you possibly can; there is some fantastic cuisine in this part of Italy.
Treviso is a relatively small city and is easily accessible on foot. In fact, this might be a preferable option to motorized transport due to the winding streets and bridges that compose the city centre. A popular and effective alternative to foot are bicycles and scooters.
Getting from the Airport to the City
Flights to Treviso are served by Treviso-Sant’Angelo Airport (TSF), which is 2 miles (3.2 km) to the southwest of the city. Train and bus connections run to the city centre throughout operating hours, while private hire taxis and rental cars are also available.