Italy
Treviso

Whispering tales of medieval romance and Venetian charm, Treviso graces Northern Italy with its canals, frescoed buildings, and serene piazzas. A less-trodden Veneto gem, it offers an authentic Italian experience away from tourist throngs. Read more

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Located just north of Venice, Treviso is the capital of the province bearing its name in the Veneto region. Though it stands in the shadow of its famous neighbor, Treviso has a unique charm and atmosphere. A maze of narrow cobbled streets weaves through ancient city walls, revealing Gothic and Romanesque churches, elegant palazzos, and picturesque canals. Its history as a prosperous trading center is evident in its wealth of art and architecture, while its culinary heritage shines in its renowned Prosecco wine and Tiramisu dessert.
Stepping into Treviso is like unveiling an Italian secret, a place where history, culture, and gastronomy intertwine seamlessly. As the evening descends and the city lights dance upon its waterways, Treviso's allure becomes an unforgettable embrace.

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The most famous sights
What to do in Treviso

Piazza dei Signori

The heart of Treviso, this square is surrounded by historic buildings, including the Palazzo dei Trecento, and serves as a lively meeting point for locals and tourists.

Palazzo dei Trecento

An iconic 13th-century palace, its façade adorned with merlons, and its interiors graced with stunning frescoes.

Loggia dei Cavalieri

An elegant 13th-century structure that once served as a meeting place for Treviso's noble class, showcasing Veneto's medieval architecture.

City Walls and Gates

Treviso's ancient defensive walls are punctuated by gates such as Porta San Tomaso and Porta Fra' Giocondo, narrating tales of its past.

Fontana delle Tette

An intriguing historical fountain, which, during special celebrations, once dispensed wine instead of water.

San Nicolò Church

A splendid example of Gothic architecture, its interiors are adorned with a fresco cycle by Tommaso da Modena.

Canaletto

Picturesque canals weave through the city, framed by pastel buildings, offering romantic strolls reminiscent of Venice.

Museo di Santa Caterina

Housed in a former church and monastery, this museum showcases Treviso's art and archaeological treasures.

Il Buranelli

A charming canal district, named after merchants from Burano who resided here, is perfect for a leisurely walk.

Fish Market (Pescheria)

Located on an island in the middle of the Cagnan river, this lively market offers a taste of the daily life and culinary delights of Treviso.

What else to visit
In and around Treviso

Venice (25.39 km)

Venice, a city on the water, is a magical labyrinth of canals, bridges and squares. Admire the fascinating architecture, magnificent palaces and artistic gems that make up a city full of romance, mystery and a unique atmosphere.

Soave Castle (39.93 km)

Perched atop a hill and overlooking the town of Soave, the Soave Castle is an emblematic beacon of medieval Italian architecture. This fortress, with its crenellated walls and panoramic views, transports visitors to an era of knights and legends.

Padua (39.93 km)

Padua, one of the oldest cities in northern Italy, is an oasis of peace and culture, where historic monuments and green parks form a harmonious contrast to the lively student life.

Portogruaro (48.47 km)

Portogruaro, often dubbed the "Venetian gem on the mainland," is an elegant town adorned with Gothic palaces, meandering canals, and age-old mills, offering a quaint Venetian charm away from the bustling lagoon city.

Chioggia (49.53 km)

Often dubbed the "Little Venice," Chioggia is a charming fishing port where canals, bridges, and vibrant facades converge. Nestled at the southern end of the Venetian Lagoon, this lesser-known gem boasts an authenticity and serenity that captiva

Belluno (53.41 km)

Perched gracefully on the foothills of the Dolomites, is a harmony of Renaissance architecture and natural splendor. Often termed the "Gateway to the Dolomites," this charming town beckons with its alpine beauty and rich Venetian heritage.

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