At the departure from Treviso.bike, you will descend for a short distance along the river Sile following its original course. After a few hundred meters, you will pass by the Mandelli mill. A short walk on the Burci footbridge to discover the ancient boats and then continue towards the historic center of Treviso. You enter along the river, passing by the Dante bridge, named after the reference to Treviso in the Divine Comedy. From here, you will see a succession of mills and views of the waterways, from Piazza dell’Università to the fish market island, San Francesco bridge, the Buranelli area, Piazza San Vito, Piazza dei Signori, and Palazzo dei Trecento. The route will take you to discover some of the most beautiful views of the city. From the Duomo, the road will take you to cross the ancient gate of Santi Quaranta and then immerse yourself in the Treviso-Ostiglia cycle path, a former railway that will lead you to Quinto di Treviso. You will travel along the “Via dei Mulini” and then return for some stretches along the Sile river in Treviso. As it welcomed you at the beginning, Porta Santi Quaranta will greet you upon your return to the city. The climb along the sixteenth-century walls will offer you an incomparable view of the city and its waterways for a long stretch. Once you descend, you will follow the San Tomaso gate before returning along the river to Treviso.bike, concluding a ride full of history and nature.
- Recommended departure: between 8:30 a.m. and 3 p.m.
- Recommended period: all year round
- Included: rental, navigation, roadside assistance