...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