The city of Treviso has very ancient origins: some finds and documents date back to the Bronze Age, but the first certain information on the birth of the city refers to the Roman period. Treviso certainly became an important and strategic center from the Middle Ages until the twelfth century, when the Free Municipality was established.
After a series of conflicts and invasions, the city passed into the hands of the Scaligeri in the period of the municipal restoration. During the world wars, Treviso was a particularly lively theater of war: today there are monuments and ancient buildings that testify to the importance of this city.
Before making an important purchase such as an apartment or a prestigious property, it is always preferable to go to the place where you have decided to move or make the investment. In Northern Italy Treviso is one of the most suitable cities for those who prefer a quiet lifestyle but still full of stimuli of all kinds. Moving from the historic center, which is enclosed in the ancient city walls, there are residential districts equipped with all kinds of services and comforts. The peripheral areas are well connected with the rest of the city: public transport is efficient and state-of-the-art, as well as the road and road network.
The historic center of Treviso
Anyone wishing to invest in a prestigious property in Treviso must necessarily know the historic center of the city. Getting lost in the streets, carefully observing the various types of homes and shops present, is a must if you want to make a thoughtful choice. Even if the properties in the historic center cost more than those located in other areas of the city, they certainly represent a more effective and lasting investment over time. From a real estate point of view, the historic center of Treviso is very dynamic and lively, and therefore it is worthwhile to invest here if you are far-sighted and have a considerable budget.
San Lazzaro: the neighborhood for families
There are neighborhoods that are more suitable for those with families, and others where off-site students or single-income people are concentrated. San Lazzaro is the Treviso district preferred by families, because there is no lack of services even though it is a very quiet area. In this neighborhood there are properties to renovate for sale at advantageous prices, for those who have the opportunity to do so.
Latin Quarter: for young people and singles
It is the area closest to the university, so most of the off-site students or singles who buy small houses suitable for their needs flock here. The district is well served and well connected by public transport to the rest of the city.
Other districts of Treviso
In addition to these main, more well-known areas, there are others that should be kept an eye on if you have the goal of making an investment in this delightful city in Northern Italy. Among the residential areas there is Sant’Antonino, Sevana, Fiera, Hospital and Ghirada. Here the real estate market is very varied and diversified, and it is not at all difficult to find what corresponds to your housing or investment needs.