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Treviso is a noble and discreet town...

...characterized by lively waterways, welcoming arcades, small squares and ancient fresco-painted façades.
The heart of the city is Piazza dei Signori, surrounded by the mighty Palazzo dei Trecento and the overlooking Bell Tower.
Not far from the Square is the elegant Loggia dei Cavalieri decorated with chivalry scenes. Calmaggiore Street leads to the Cathedral, home to frescoes by Pordenone and an altar painting by the famous Titian. St. Nicolò’s Church and the Sala del Capitolo, with frescoes by Tommaso da Modena, are also worth a visit, together with the Medieval Churches of St. Francesco and St. Lucia.
One should not leave Treviso before seeing the picturesque Buranelli, the Pescheria, that is the open air fish market, and Ponte Dante at the confluence of the two rivers, Sile and Botteniga. This unique city offers a delightful experience to whoever wishes to  stroll around taking pictures or relax in a traditional osteria, cafè, ice cream shop or restaurant to savour local specialties.

Duration of a guided tour in Treviso: 2/2,5 hours

To taste...

Red Radicchio of Treviso and Radicchio Variegato of Castelfranco, white asparagus di Cimadolmo, Casatella cheese, “risi e bisi” (risotto with peas), sopa coada (pigeon soup), fregolotta cake, tiramisù and last but not least the excellent DOC and DOCG wines, amongst which the world-famous Prosecco.
Discover together with one of our tour guides the unique landscape and the wonderful sights along the Prosecco Wine Road, the oldest wine road in Italy.  

Places to see in the province of Treviso…

Asolo, “the town of a hundred horizons”, deeply loved by personalities like Eleonora Duse and many other famous artists such as Robert Browning and Freya Stark, was the Renaissance court of the Queen of Cyprus Caterina Cornaro. The Fortress overlooks the wonderful landscape, the ancient Cathedral shelters the painting of the Assumption by Lorenzo Lotto. On the surrounding hills golf enthusiasts can practice on a challenging 18-hole golf course.

Castelfranco Veneto, a walled town and birth place of the painter Giorgione, whose masterpiece can be admired in the local Duomo. The Medieval walls should be seen at sunset when the sun seems to set on fire the thousand-year-old red bricks.

Possagno, birthplace of the artist Antonio Canova, is dominated by the Temple designed by this famous artist. The House of Canova and the Gallery of Plaster Casts are also open to visitors.

In Maser, on the hills planted with olive trees, vineyards and cherry trees, visitors can admire Villa Barbaro (, Palladio’s masterpiece with frescoes by the painter Paolo Veronese. This villa is together with Villa Emo, in Fanzolo di Vedelago (Treviso), UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Mount Grappa and the Montello Hill. Here trenches, memorials, stone markers and plaques remind visitors of the battles and the thousands of fallen soldiers of World War One, offering an emotional itinerary between the river Piave and Mount Grappa. 

Oderzo, the renowned Roman Municipality Opitergium, is very rich in archaeological sites, such as the Forum, the Domus and the Basilica. Of interest are also the Archaeological Museum and the Picture Gallery "Alberto Martini". Worthy of visit is also the Renaissance Duomo, overlooking the Piazza Grande

Portobuffolè is a small Medieval jewel and is listed as one of the most beautiful towns in Italy. It is renowned for the 14th century House of Gaia da Camino and the recent Cycling Museum.

Conegliano, with its Medieval castle is, together with Valdobbiadene, the capital of the Prosecco Wine Road. Along the Contrada Granda one can see frescoed palaces, the Sala dei Battuti and the Duomo, home to a work of the local painter Giovan Battista Cima.

Vittorio Veneto, along the River Meschio, is the result of the merger of Ceneda, - with its Cathedral, the Loggia del Cenedese and St. Martino’s Castle - and Serravalle, with the Community Loggia, the Cathedral of Santa Maria Nova  and St. Augusta’s Shrine.
The important Museo della Battaglia gives an account of the events that took place during World War I.