Treviso is a unique place which represents the perfect balance between the natural riches and culture of the Veneto region. The historic town - circled by a wall and waterways - boasts a labyrinth of streets lined with arcaded walkways passing Renaissance squares, medieval gates, and elegant palaces that are witnesses from the time that the city belonged to Venice. Looking up, you'll see fragments of the painted frescoes which once decorated Treviso's house façades.
On your walk through the time in this beautiful historic center, take a glimpse of the Piazza dei Signori, home to many buildings which preserve the sense of history, with their celebrated frescoes and treasures inside.
Treviso is about taking things easy, enjoy a quiet moment watching city life pass by, hire a bike and paddle along the Restera, a grassy, tree-shaded path on the banks of the river Sile where on sunny Sunday mornings the locals enjoy a ¨stroll on wheels¨.
Treviso is as well renowned for its local wine, Prosecco, which in recent years has been granted DOCG status. Running from Treviso to Valdobbiadene, the Prosecco Route is a beautiful journey amid a peaceful scenery of vineyards.
Here all is harmony, gentleness, and elegance between the green rolling countryside and the medieval aura of the inner city.