Mura di Treviso

Walking along the “Mura” is one of my favorite things to do in Treviso.

Whether it be after a BIG Italian Lunch to help digest the food or early in the morning or in the evening or with a good friend,  there’s nothing more relaxing and peaceful.
It’s been quite a long time since Treviso has been threatened by medieval invaders; the walls still stand strong and tall, only used now for a bit of history and walking ~
Here are some photos I took walking along the city’s walls on a relaxing afternoon in May.
Enjoy
xoxo
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The city surrounded by water “City of Water” 

 

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Another view 

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Spring into Treviso 

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Afternoon stroll 

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Love the Italian  Architecture and Rooftops 

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What a beautiful view while walking… 

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A pair of River Rats and a Guinea Fowl “Faraona”

 

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A Nutria which is also known as the River Rat.. 

 

 The city of Treviso built this beautiful habitat for the animals ~

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The city of Treviso built this beautiful habitat for the animals.. 

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Smile! Strike a pose for the Camera ~ People from Treviso are so friendly and welcoming 🙂 You can see for yourself in this photo~ And no, I don’t know the three men saying Hi 🙂 
Xoxo
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7 thoughts on “Mura di Treviso

  1. So inviting and beautiful! Wondering if you have thought about the cost of living question? California vs Treviso. I am truly tempted by your lovely city.

    Best,
    Helena

    • Hi there, such a great topic. Cost of living in Treviso is probably cheaper but it also depends if you’ve got the papers to live their to have those great benefits. Hope this helps

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