According to the most recent annual ranking of Il Sole 24 Ore, Treviso (and its province) is in eighth place (out of 107) for quality of life. A further recognition that confirms what the inhabitants and frequent visitors of the Capital of the Marca know well: in Treviso you live well.
What contributes to the quality of life? Certainly the services, as well as the job opportunities and safety. But an important voice is obviously that of culture and leisure. Also in this sector, Treviso has many arrows in its bow. As demonstrated by the next appointment at the gates, which will animate the city from 15 to 18 October: CartaCarbone, the literary festival now in its seventh edition that sees authentic Italian big names on the program. And who knows that the many participants who will also come from outside fall in love with the city so much that they go and have a look at our proposals for houses for sale in Treviso.
CARTACARBONE FESTIVAL, IN TREVISO FROM 15 TO 18 OCTOBER
Love and Eros: is the theme of the seventh edition of what is the only autobiographical literature festival in Italy. The event will be staged in the key places of Treviso, from the Loggia dei Cavalieri to the Civic Museums of Santa Caterina, and will experience 22 events on the calendar.
Among the protagonists stand out new authors of the Italian literary scene, but also real big like Stefano Benni (Saturday 17) who will bring his acrobatic characters, Febo and Lunaria, protagonists of a very special love story, and Andrea Pennacchi (Sunday 18) with Heroes, theatrical show accompanied by the music of Giorgio Gobbo.
In Piazza dei Signori, behind the case that contains the original Fontane delle Tette, there is the InfoPoint of the festival. The complete program is available online on the website www.cartacarbonefestival.it and in the pocket brochures distributed in the city.
LIVING TREVISO: PLEASURE FOR 5 SENSES
There are those who have come to argue that Treviso is better than Venice. A provocation that came from the pages of the New York Times, thanks to the journalist Jason Horowitz, who in the article listed several reasons to love Treviso. From the enchantment of its canals and water mills, to the sacred ritual of the aperitif, from the fervor of its shops to the possibilities of doing sports, to the beauty of its historic center, but also to the pleasure of its cuisine.
As we have seen, to all this is then added an intense cultural activity, which makes this city the ideal place to invest in brick. To look for the best houses for sale in Treviso, just go to the Engel & Völkers headquarters (viale Fratelli Cairoli, 123) or consult all the proposals on our website.