The Rugby Groud Guide

Travel

 

How to get to the city

   

Air:         Treviso is served by two main airports:

Venice Treviso Airport is just a few kilometres outside the city and is primarily used by Ryanair.

It’s a small airport, and a bus operates from outside the front door that will get you into the town centre in about 15 minutes.

Venice Marco Polo Airport is the principal airport in the region, and is about 30 km. from Treviso.

You can take a bus to the nearby rail station at Venice-Mestre for services to Treviso.

Rail        Treviso central station serves the city, and is located just to the south of the city centre.

It’s a bit of a trek to the ground (about 5km), so it’s best to get on a bus from the nearby cathedral

Bus route 9 stops near the stadium. It’s not hard to know where to get off as you can see the stadium easily.

               

Road      If you should be using a car there is parking for around 1,000 cars at the stadium.

 

 

 

Updated October 2015

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2015

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