Treviso, the capital of the same province, is worth visiting for a variety of reasons. Numerous remarkable buildings and places are among the sights of Treviso. About 83,000 residents live here. You will surely notice the charm of Treviso and the friendliness of its citizens. The city residents are very proud of the magnificent appearance of the whole city. The old city is especially rich in various architectural and historical treasures. Bastions and canals are well preserved or have been rebuilt. Treviso is often called “città delle acque” because of the many channels that go through it. A walk through the Treviso centre is a very special experience. You will surely like there and then recollect it again and again. One of the most important buildings is the cathedral. It was built in the 12th century and then renewed in the 15th and 16th centuries. In particular, the Romanesque crypt as well as the paintings by Titian and frescoes by Perdone is worth a close look. The Church of San Francesco and the former Dominican church of San Niccolo were built in the 14th century. These small churches have also got many jewels. The culture admirers will surely get much pleasure from Treviso located in Veneto region. Charming collections of paintings, Literary-Scientific Institute, interesting museums and libraries invite you to visit them.
In Roman times a settlement appeared at the junction of Botteniga and Sile. Over the centuries it developed into a vibrant city. Excellent shopping opportunities of Treviso are far beyond the city scope. The guest of Treviso will find a great number of apartments for everyone’s taste and wallet.
You can easily reach Treviso by car, by train or by plane. The beautiful city is located about 30 km to the north and 40 km to the northeast of Padua. And interesting surrounding also contributes to an excellent holiday.