The 4 - star Carlton Hotel is located in Treviso, one of the most fascinating cities in the Veneto region, rich in art and culture, housed in secular walls and crossed by the slow flow of the river Sile. The strategic position of our hotel allows you to reach in a moment the splendid setting of Piazza dei Signori, the Teatro Comunale and the Palazzo dei Trecento, a wonderful example of Romanesque architecture. Walking through the streets of the historic center, Treviso offers numerous opportunities to relax; shopping in the best boutiques and shops, or tasting wines and gastronomic specialties in one of the many famous trattorias. If you want to know the ancient history of Treviso, we suggest you go to the discovery of the artifacts, sculptures and paintings preserved at the Civic Museums, distributed in the three suggestive locations of Santa Caterina, Casa da Noal and Borgo Cavour. Moreover, from Treviso the itineraries depart for the Sile Park and the Wine Route, you get to Venice and the Riviera del Brenta in just 30 minutes by car, you can quickly access the spectacular cycling routes of the Montello and the Dolomites, ski area and naturalistic of singular beauty.
How to reach us
By train Once you get to the Treviso railway station, exit the building and cross the street, continue along Via Roma and after 50 meters turn right to Largo Porta Altinia where the Hotel Carlton awaits you. By plane When you arrive at Venice Marco Polo International Airport, you can reach Treviso using the taxi service (30 minutes) or renting a car. Take the ring road and then the A27 motorway towards Treviso, exit at 'Treviso Sud', follow the signs for the city center and the train station; then follow the directions in the 'By train' section. From Treviso 'Canova' airport, head towards the city center and the train station, then follow the route described under 'By train' (or agree with our reception for the transfer service). By car Coming from the A27 Venezia / Belluno, exit at Treviso Sud, head towards the city center and the train station, followed as described under 'By train'. If you come from the A4 Milan / Venice, merge into the A27 and follow the directions above.