Treviso città dello sport
Ci occupiamo dei trasferimenti degli atleti, degli accompagnatori e press delle squadre.
Dal 1984 forniamo servizi di noleggio pullman per le società di Basket, Rugby e Volley locali.
Abbiamo stretto così un rapporto consolidato con la Benetton Rugby l’Imoco Volley e siamo consorziati Universo Treviso – Treviso Basket.
Dal 2013 la Reyer Venezia viaggia con noi. Negli Eventi Incoming e business siamo presenti dall’aeroporto Canova o Marco Polo di Venezia, agli hotel e strutture ricettive.
Dalla Baldoin Viaggi, agenzia di viaggi e vacanze, il cliente può ricevere informazioni turistiche e prenotare le visite guidate alle città, ingressi ai musei e mostre, navigazione sul Sile. Siamo partner della Marca Treviso. Nella nostra programmazione Incoming Veneto, prevediamo le visite alle Cantine per i vini del Piave e di Conegliano e Valdobbiadene, Venezia e la provincia con le Ville Venete.
Rugby Champions Cup and Guinness PRO 14
- Did you buy your ticket for Guinness Pro 14 and European Challange Cup?
- Don’t you know what to do during your stay in Treviso?
Baldoin Viaggi, which is also official partner of Benetton Rugby Club, propose MINI-TOUR and ONE DAY / HALF DAY TRIP to discover Veneto places and make your trip for the European Challenge Cup and Guinness PRO 14 unforgettable!
We can offer you: a day trip in Veneto region + 1 night in a Hotel **** or B&B *** in Treviso
- Discovering the wonderful Venice with Venice To Venice.
a) Venice classical tour – The guided tour starts from the rail way station in Venice, walking to San Marco square and Riva degli Schiavoni, the Bridge of Sighs assing through the suggesting street “Calli”.
Proceeding then towards Rialto,the bridge and the markets area you will get fascinated by the amazing view of Canal Grande, and looking the elements that rapresent the elegance and the prominence of Serenissima, a Republic that continously ruled over thousand years thanks to 120 Doges. And for lunch you will eat local delicious products in a typical “Bacaro” – tavern. After lunch you will reach by boat the Murano island, the “ city of glass”.
b) The Hidden Gems of Venice: Departure with the train to Venice. The guided tour starts from the railway station, walking along the Strada Nova. Turning in one of those tiny and typical roads called “calle” you will reach the Jewish Ghetto one of the less touristy neighbourhoods in Venice. It is divided in three: ghetto vecchio, ghetto nuovo e ghetto nuovissimo (old, new and newest). This neighbourhood hosted one of the most ancient Jewish communities in Italy. During this guided walking tour, you will see the Jewish Museum and the The Five Synagogues of Venice, hidden among the other buildings, discovering a part of Venice full of history and culture. After visiting the ghetto, you will leave Cannareggio and walk through Venice arriving at the University neighbourhood of Dorsoduro. There you will have the opportunity to visit the typical and ancient shipyard: the Squero of San Trovaso. Once they built every kind of ship, nowadays the “squeri” are specialized in rowing boats “gondole”, unique boats with a long history. Free lunch, if you want you will have your own time to discover the city and then you will return to Treviso
c) Islands tour Murano-Burano-Torcello: Departing form Treviso with the train you will reach Venice. You will enjoy a wonderful private boat trip discovering the three gems of Venice, the most famous islands of the lagoon: Murano, Burano and Torcello. Murano is famous for its glass production; there you will have the opportunity to visit a glass factory and see a glass masters at work, creating glass pieces of various shapes, which are famous all around the world. After the visit, enjoy the island and have some shopping. Free lunch. The second stop is Burano, a peaceful fisherman village, which is famous because of its houses, all painted with bright colours like out of a fairy tale. There you will visit the Lace Museum: Rare and precious pieces offer a complete overview of the history and artistry of the Venetian and lagoon’s laces, from its origins to the present day. And the last island is Torcello, also unique with its wild landscapes. It has a magical atmosphere thanks to the majestic Byzantine Cathedral. Leaving the island, you will enjoy a beautiful sunset and then you will travel back to Treviso.
- Asolo, Possagno and Montello’s hills – Visit a wine cellar for a wine tasting.
Suggestion: departing from Treviso with private bus, passing through ancient roads we arrive at the pearl of the Veneto: Asolo, the “city with a hundred horizons”. Guided tour to the Old Town. Brunch in typical restaurant and then you will visit Possagno, which gave birth to the sculptor Antonio Canova, whose works can be seen in the Gipsoteca Museum, where his drawings, sketches and plasters are exposed; you will also visit the beautiful temple, designed by Canova himself, but concluded after his death. Coming back from Asolo, you will visit the cellar where you can have a wine tasting and an “aperitivo” with local typical products.
- Conegliano, Valdobbiadene and the Prosecco Road:
Suggetion: departing from Treviso with private bus you will reach Conegliano, which fascinates everyone thanks to the sweetness of its hills and landscape, with its old Castle. And the best way to discover this aera it’s to visit the Prosecco Road: this roady runs for nearly 20 miles from Conegliano to Valdobbiadene. The breath-taking wine region is full of small terraced vineyards planted on steep slopes almost exclusively dedicated to grapes for Italy’s famed sparkling wine. Here you can visit a cellar and have a wine tasting.
- Peaks and lakes of Dolomites:
Suggestion: departing from Treviso with private bus you will reach Alleghe. You will reach the beautiful town where you will see the pink peaks, which became “UNESCO SITE”. Walking in the little town you will see the wonderful lake of Alleghe, a body of water, which still today is shrouded in the mistery: you will know all the secrets of this tiny village! After that you will take the cablecar and visit the wonderful mountains. After a typical lunch, you will retutn to Treviso.
- The Great War and its locations:
Suggestion: Departing from Treviso you will reach Vittorio Veneto, a little and quite town which lays between the sweet hills of Treviso and the slopes of the Belluno Prealps. In Italy everyone knows this place because there, in fact, the Great War ended with the victory of the Italian army over the Austro-Hungarian army in October 1918. Today it offers the possibility to discover this important event thanks to the fascinating “Great War Museum”, which take place in a sixteenth century building of the Community of Ceneda and redecorated to the public. Typical lunch and trip back to Treviso.
La mezza maratona di Treviso
Il percorso, sulla classica distanza dei 21,097 km, si sviluppa tra i Comuni di Treviso, Carbonera e Silea, offrendo ai partecipanti gli splendidi scorci della città d’arte e l’emozione di correre l’ultima parte di gara nel suggestivo scenario del Parco del Sile, il fiume di risorgiva più lungo d’Europa. La prossima edizione – la quarta – si svolgerà l’14 ottobre 2018.