How to get to Treviso


Treviso has its own small airport, Treviso Antonio Canova (mostly serviced by Ryanair from the UK).

However, the easiest closest ( <45 mins away) airport to fly into is Venice Airport - Venice San Marco (VCE).

This is serviced by major airlines Easyjet, British Airways, WizzAir, Delta, Emirates, but also well connected by internal flights (including connections from international flights)

Both airports have car rental services and their own transport links (shuttle buses). Direct transfer services can also be arranged via hotels (including Hotel B&B)


Treviso is very easy to reach by transport from Venice, Verona, Milan, Florence, and the full Italian rail network. 

In Italy trains are mostly very good, quick, and cheap so they can be a great option for affordable and sustainable  travel.


Public transport / direct shuttle

There is no easy public transport link to the Villa, so we are arranging a direct shuttle service from Treviso to Ca' Marcello for guests without a car. 

This shuttle service will run twice - once in the early afternoon to reach the Villa and one last time at the end of the celebration.

The cost of the shuttle is £10 per person and can be paid here via this Monzo link.


The Villa is easy to reach by car and there is ample parking for drivers. 

HAVING AN ITALIAN HOLIDAY - recommendations for itineraries


The region where our wedding takes place, Veneto, is home to some of the most gorgeous historic cities and UNESCO sites in Italy.

Veneto stretches from a sandy Adriatic coastline to the East, to the Dolomites Alps in the North, and Lake Garda to the West through the prosecco hills of Treviso and medieval villages of Padua. There is plenty to see and do, and Treviso is in the perfect strategic position to mix sightseeing and culture with beach days, mountain walks, and lake hopping.

Some of our recommended places to visit in Veneto include:

1. Venice (the link is a starter, but we have plenty of recommendations, and will share those too) - nearby: Caorle;
2. Verona & Lake Garda (Sirmione, Peschiera del Garda);
3.  Valdobbiadene, Bassano del Grappa;
3. Valle di Cadore (San Vito, Sottoguda), Lago di Braies;
Este, Arqua’ Petrarca.

We recommend this website to learn more about Veneto on/off the beaten track:

We have travelled Veneto extensively and are happy to give recommendations :)

Rest of Italy

If this is your first time ever in Italy or are planning a longer trip, there is so much to see across the country and June is a great time to visit! Our recommendations for the days or weeks before/after our wedding include:

For holidays by the water:

1. The Amalfi coast & Naples (where we got engaged on the 8th of June, 2022)
2. Cinque Terre (near Pisa too, for the leaning tower)
3. Sicily (both Eastern - Siracusa, Noto / and Western - Palermo, Cefalu’ & Trapani)
4. Sardinia (both Southern - Cagliari / Northern - Olbia & Alghero)
5. Lake Como (near Milan)

For foodie regions and relaxed countryside:
1. Tuscany - Siena & Chianti Valley / Pienza & Val D’Orcia
2. Marche
3.Parma region

For something different:
1. Trieste (the gateway to Slovenia)
2. Turin (& Langhe region nearby)

There are also obvious choices in Rome and Florence for history and culture.

June is also Pride month so there will be Pride festivals in all major cities!