Hours and contacts
25/02 Dom 08:00 - 22:00
Right now Closed
26/02 Lun 08:00 - 22:00
27/02 Mar 08:00 - 22:00
28/02 Mer 08:00 - 22:00
29/02 Gio 08:00 - 22:00
01/03 Ven 08:00 - 22:00
02/03 Sab 08:00 - 22:00
Rental car Treviso airport
Treviso Airport has been named after the famous architect Antonio Canova from Treviso since 2007 and is located just 3 km from Treviso (and about 30 km from Venice and Padua)
near the Treviso suburb of Sant'Angelo. Together with Marco Polo Airport, it constitutes the Venetian Airport System, which is currently the third-largest Italian
hub for annual passenger traffic.
How to reach our office
Reaching our car rental offices inside Treviso airport is practical and fast. We are inside the airport, immediately after the exit of the baggage claim. And to deliver the car at
the end of the rental? All you need to do is follow the signs to reach us from where you are.
Our office in Treviso offers a wide range of options for your car rental. If you need space, you can have a station wagon or a 9-seater minibus, but you will also
find the ideal car for all other needs: private cars, SUVs, luxury cars, commercial vans and even electric vehicles. Charging of electric vehicles at our offices and parking in the
city blue stripes are both free! If you are not used to driving with a manual transmission, you can choose from a wide selection of vehicles with automatic transmission.
With our cars, you can rediscover the pleasure of a dynamic and brilliant guide and visit in absolute freedom not only every corner of the city but also its fascinating surroundings.
Rental car in Treviso with a debit card
If you wish to hire a vehicle, you will need a credit card in the main driver's name. Sicily by Car still offers you the possibility to rent even with a debit card!
Read the specific conditions dedicated to this rental formula and collect your car in Treviso.
Return after hours
If your return flight is early in the morning, you may be wondering with concern how you are going to return your rental car. Our key box service provides for the
return of the vehicle in the absence of the counter operator. On your return, you can park the vehicle and store the keys and a copy of the rental agreement in a special box.
To add comfort to your driving experience, you can choose additional optional accessories and covers for the vehicle in this office. Evaluate you the purchase well
and travel easy aboard our cars!
If the short-term rental of up to 26 days does not meet your needs, choose our monthly rental that can be extended up to 90 days. There are limited
mileage rates that are ideal if you need one month, two months or three months of rental.
Information on the cost of a rental
Renting a car in Treviso is subject to rate changes depending on the period, the type of vehicle and the duration of the rental. To provide you with some reference
information, let's take for example the rent for a day of a small car (group B): off peak season (October, November, January, February) from a minimum of € 10 to
a maximum of € 25; mid-season (December, March, April) from € 20 to € 35; high season (May to September) from € 35 to € 50.
|Off peak season
You may also be interested in reading some of our tips for renting with greater awareness and getting useful ideas to save.
Routes and travel ideas
Whether it is your destination or the starting point of your trip, Treviso is sure to surprise you. Not among the most crowded and typical tourist haunts, the city is really a small
treasure chest both for its artistic heritage and for the naturalistic glimpses of delicate beauty. Get ready to discover a delightful town where peace, quiet and tranquillity meet
the energy and vitality of a young and industrious city.
The Venetian atmosphere
Treviso boasts very ancient origins, even pre-Romanesque, thanks to the abundance of streams and waterfalls that have favoured its urban development. Even today, the town is
characterised by numerous canals that flow placidly in the downtown and emphasise the Venetian atmosphere.
Here you can stroll along the picturesque Buranelli Canal, a place where washerwomen used to go to clean their clothes, flanked by ancient buildings embellished by
romantic florists, craft shops and typical restaurants.
Moving along the Cagnan canal, we find the island of Pescheria, one of the most fascinating places in the city. United, these three natural islands have hosted the
fish market since 1850 and in the evening, they come alive in the light of trattorias and inns in a joyful and convivial atmosphere.
Urban architecture is a real concentration of art and history that has left its testimonies since the Gothic era.
To get to know this beautiful city, start from the heart, in the downtown, i.e. from Piazza dei Signori, the city's living room surrounded by mediaeval and
fifteenth-century buildings such as the Civic Tower, Palazzo dei Trecento (like the members of the Maggior Consiglio), and Palazzo del Podestà, now
used as municipal offices.
Historic and elegant, the square stands out for its arcades and the presence of bars, cafes and refined shops. Also from the mediaeval period, we find the Loggia dei Cavalieri just
a few steps away. This is a beautiful portico, a historical reference point of the city, which was also in past centuries for the meetings of the local notables.
Moving briefly we come across the National Museum Collezione Salce, a temple of modern design used to display interesting advertising posters from the beginning of
the century. Continue on foot to Piazza San Leonardo to visit the Cà Spineda, one of the most beautiful and sumptuous Renaissance palaces in Treviso, perfectly restored,
and returned to the splendour of its beautifully furnished and frescoed rooms.
Now, pass through Piazza San Vito, formerly known as Piazza delle Prigioni, and reach one of the city's symbolic monuments: the Fontana delle Tette (Fountain of Tits).
Although this is a copy of the original, the work enjoys immense popularity boasting a history that dates back to 1559, when the mayor wanted to celebrate the end of a long period of
Let's now visit Piazza del Duomo, named as such for the grandiose Cathedral of St. Peter the Apostle that houses the painting of the Annunciation by
Titian. It is also the centre of spiritual power for the Episcopal, residential seat of the bishop of Treviso and for the Romanesque Church of St. John
that decorates one of the main and most elegant streets of Treviso: Calmaggiore. The latter comes across as the city's splendid living room packed with refined boutiques
and mediaeval residences.
We also point out two churches of extraordinary interest: the church of San Nicolò and the austere and quiet Church of San Francesco, completed in the twelfth century
where the sons of Dante Alighieri and Francesco Petrarca rest.
We conclude our tour with the city's green lung represented by the banks of the Natural Park of the Sile River, a beautiful trail, to be done also by bicycle, completely immersed in the
Treviso's downtown is delimited by the ZTL (Limited Traffic Zone), which limits vehicular traffic according to specific regulations. 100% electric vehicles may freely enter the ZTL.
To be fully informed about the restrictions in this regard, please consult the Municipality of Treviso's website.