From designer name brands to quirky, fun gifts for friends at home, Treviso has an array of places to shop ’til you drop. Here are some of the tops spots to shop.
Still keeping with the authentic stone pavement, Via Calmaggiore is a street full of the most elegant stores in Treviso. This famous shopping area offers a wide range of opportunities: women/men clothes (Marina Rinaldi, Sisley, Max Mara, or GB Pedrini), shoes (Geox), perfumes (Profumeria Douglas and Profumeria Riviera), accessories (Swatch, Ties & Co.), and even sweets (Dolci Idee).
Nestled on a quiet street in the city center of Treviso, Holly Krueger is a truly funky boutique started by an American fashion designer. She makes all her clothes by hand. You’ll observe her line has a very distinct style: sort of Comme De Garcon and Margiela-esque. She also has a very interesting variety of objects, toys, and books from around the world. If you’re interested in women’s clothing and gift items this is definitely worth a stop. Prices are very reasonable for handmade clothes, with shirts at €50, jeans around €110, dresses at €275-€400, and coats around €500-€700.
In more than 120 countries around the world, Benetton is one the most famous Italian fashion producers. Benetton has a retail network of 5,000 contemporary stores, with lines including casual United Colors of Benetton, fashion-oriented Sisley, Playlife leisure wear, and Killer Loop street wear. This particular store in Treviso is located on Palazzo dei Trecento.
Pescheria, the fresh fish market, is situated on a small islet in the middle of Canale Cagnan. You’ll find newly built construction surrounded by the elegant medieval palaces and houses. Check out this market for fresh fish if you’re staying nearby and have a kitchen to cook in.
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