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Come to visit our beautful city Treviso and its surroundings, located between Venice and the Dolomites, known since the Middle Ages as “joyous and loving” Marca territory.

Discover Treviso historical and artistic excellence and its attractions choosing one of our itineraries.

Concerning art and history, sport or culture, dedicated to the flavors, wellness, relax or entertainment, our offers are created carefully to best fit your preferences and needs.

Contact us and we will give a personal advice for your stay according to the routes, the special events and services you will choose.



Suggested itineraries for weekends

  • North itinerary

    Through the lands of prosecco

    A extraordinary trip through the most ancient wine route in Italy: the Prosecco and Conegliano Valdobbiadene Hills Wine Road, located in an area full of charm, in an harmonious succession of rolling hills, beautiful vineyards and evocative places of a rich historical and artistic heritage. From Conegliano to Vittorio Veneto, from Vittorio Veneto to Valdobbiadene, from Valdobbiadene to Refrontolo, an immersion in a region of a great traditional wine vocation, whose protagonist is the famous wine Prosecco. Thanks to its versatility and fruity lightness, this distinguished wine has maintained its unique identity. It represents a perfect match to the genuine flavours and aromas of traditional cuisine of Treviso.

    The program includes guided visits to the most famous and traditional wineries with tastings of wine and typical products and great purchase possibilities. Historical underground cellars, wine collections and stores – all of this at your disposal to enjoy the welcoming atmosphere of the area and its tradition of wine and good food.

    For those wishing to know better this countryside, renowned not only for the production of Prosecco, we suggest you to visit its gorgeous cultural attractions – aristocratic villas, monuments, castles and abbeys such as the Castle of San Salvatore in Susegana, known as one of the oldest and valuable possessions of the Counts of Collalto; Cistercian Follina Abbey, sacred settlement and one of the most relevant examples of Romanesque architecture tending to late Gothic style; Castle Brandolini, an imposing structure born as a Roman fort and repeatedly enlarged over the centuries, now it houses a prestigious hotel with a series of small museums.

    Conegliano, a small Renaissance town in the foothills, famous for its Master – magnificent painter Giovanni battista Cima, offers its gems to the passing visitors: Carrara walls, the Cathedral with the altarpiece Enthroned Madonna with Saints, the late 14th century Sala dei Battuti, via XX Settembre with its lovely procession of palaces and arcades. From the Medieval Castle you can enjoy breathtaking views over the surrounding hills.

    Suggestive and fascinating is the visit to the city Vittorio Veneto, the symbol of the Italian victory in World War I. Founded by the fusion of the two autonomous centers of Ceneda and Serravalle, Vittorio Veneto is very rich of important buildings, works of art and museums, including the Cathedral, Loggia del Cenedese, Museo della Battaglia, 15th century Castello di San Martino, Sanctuary of S. Augusta.

    Do not miss the most important wine festival “Primavera del Prosecco”, an event which offers 15 wine shows and wine themed initiatives held from March to June in hill towns located in this land, and many other important wine exhibitions dedicated to the wine Prosecco, this golden nectar that the Province of Treviso has elevated to world fame.

    Prosecco Wine

    Protected by its legally status(DOP, DOC and the highest denomination of controlled and guaranteed origin DOCG), boasts numerous international wine awards. The production zone of Conegliano – Valldobbiadene is the most important sparkling wine zone in Italy and comprises the territory of 15 communities with an area of approximately 18,000 hectares of cultivated land.

    The Oenological School "G.B. CERLETTI"

    In Conegliano, founded in 1866 from a successful collaboration between the chemist A. Carpenè and the agronomist and wine maker G.B.Cerletti, is the oldest Italian wine institute. With significant contributions in viticulture and oenological research it has earned itself a highly prestigious place in Italy.

    Gian Battista Cima da Conegliano (1459-1518)

    Italian Renaissance painter, master of sacred paintings and exponent of the Venetian school of the fifteenth century. Author of large altarpieces and various works with religious character, many of which are exhibited in the major international museums such as the Hermitage in St. Petersburg and the National Gallery in London.


  • South itinerary

    Treviso city break: the city on the banks of the river Sile. Terraglio: the road of the Venetian villas

    Treviso, called “city of art and water”, is the heart of the Province and is ready to offer to its guests its elegant, sparkling and joyful spirit. Enclosed in intact 16th century walls, full of ornamented porticoes, numerous waterways and exquisite palaces painted with original frescoes, Treviso is a beautiful medieval city able to enchant and to create the atmosphere of many centuries ago…
    The magnificent gates St Tomaso and St Quaranta give a triumphant welcome into town. Palaces, churches, characteristic corners and antique mills, there are many examples of medieval and renaissance art that decorates the historical center: Palazzo dei Trecento in Piazza dei Signori, Calmaggiore street, the Cathedral, Loggia dei Cavalieri, Ca’dei Carraresi, the churches of St Nicolò and St Francesco, Buranelli canal are just some of the attractions to visit.

    A rich spectrum of international exhibitions, concerts, folklore initiatives, cultural events and festivals are proposed throughout the year, and will complete and enhance your stay. The enthusiasts for shopping and good taste will find elegant shops and fashionable boutiques, trendy bars, restaurants and typical hosterias.

    For those who love nature we recommend a suggestive area, an oasis of peace and tranquility – the Regional Nature Park of Sile, the ideal place to enjoy a wealth of emotions in a boat trip or just a walk to enjoy picturesque surroundings.

    To complete your stay we suggest the ancient Napoleonic road Terraglio – one of the most beautiful streets in Veneto region which connects Treviso with Venice. The road is famous for its elegant and luxurious villas of a significant architectural importance, built between the fifteenth and nineteenth centuries by the Venetian aristocrats as their countryside residences during autumn and spring. We suggest in particular Villa Albrizzi Franchetti, Villa Contarini Nenzi, Villa Marignana, villa Morosini Gatterburg.


    The most famous Italian dessert in the world due to its delicious taste and aphrodisiac properties. Original from Treviso, its name was clearly inspired by the dialect expression “tirami su” which means “pick me up” or a “source of energy” that combines chocolate, coffee, savoiardi cookies and mascarpone cheese.

    Radicchio Rosso di Treviso

    It’s a precious chicory grown in the south area of Treviso, famous for its pleasantly bitter flavor, characteristically crunchy consistency and for the rich variety of gastronomic delights in which it features. Producing Radicchio is difficult and only skillful local producers can cultivate it. It consists in a preforcing and blanching techniques that cause the dark red, white–veined leaves. The Radicchio enjoys the IGP (Protected Geographical Indication) denomination under the supervision of the Consortium Radicchio of Treviso.

    Week-end speciale treviso venezia

  • West itinerary

    Appointment with the art and the good taste. The grand trio: Palladio, Canova, Giorgione

    A “trio” of the great illustrious exponents of architecture, sculpture and painting: Palladio, Canova and Giorgione. We invite you to discover the enchanting beauty and the opportunities of this land where have been disseminated the extraordinary testimonies of the three artists.

    The itinerary begins with the Palladian villas, designed and built by Andrea Palladio, the major Italian architect whose work in the sixteenth century revolutionized the way of conceiving the architecture. The splendid Villa Barbaro at Maser, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is located on the slopes of the Asolo hills in a beautiful area surrounded by charming vineyards. It’s worldwide famous for the most extraordinary fresco cycles of that period made by Paolo Veronese, the Carriage Museum and the historic cellar wine. A few kilometers from Maser lies the town of Fanzolo, where the magnificent Villa Emo is situated, a remarkable example of a country villa which manages to combine in a perfect harmony the forms of ancient architecture with the practical necessities of agrarian life. The interior is richly decorated with frescoes by Giovan Battista Zelotti, inspired by mythology and agricultural life.

    The itinerary continues to Asolo, a charming medieval hillside city, ready to welcome the visitors with its romantic fairytale atmosphere, its art and good tradition. Defined by Carlucci “the city of a hundred horizons” because of its surrounding landscape’s beauty, Asolo inspired many artists and was deeply loved by important figures: it was the luxurious court of Caterina Cornaro – the Queen of Cyprus; refuge of the magnificent Italian actress – Eleonora Duse; residence of the famous English writer and explorer – Freya Stark. In Asolo everything in the historical center deserves attention: from Piazza Garibaldi with its 16th century fountain, to the church of S. Caterina; from the Queen’s Castle with the clock tower, to Palazzo Beltramini. The symbol of the city is the fortress Rocca that dominates Mt. Ricco, offering spectacular views over the surrounding hills of Asolo.

    Not far from from Asolo there is the small town of Possagno, that became worldwide famous for having given birth to the great neoclassical sculptor Antonio Canova. Canova’s Temple appears in its grandiosity at the top of a hill and includes three inspiring elements : the Parthenon in Athens, the Roman Pantheon and the high apse of the Christian basilicas, the symbol of the Christian solemnity. The great plaster models, paintings, sketches and unsold marble by the artist are conserved at the Canovian Gipsoteca. To complete the itinerary, go towards Castelfranco, a historical walled city with a well preserved medieval castle and high defensive walls that surround it. The city of Giorgione invites you to get closer to the mysterious life of the illustrious painter and to his enigmatic paintings. The major works to see are: the Altarpiece depicting the “Madonna and Child Enthroned with Sts Francis and Nicasio” inside the Cathedral and the “Frieze of the Liberal and Mechanical Arts”, fresco that decorate the main hall of the Museum Giorgione’s House. The visit of this territory can be enriched with eno-gastronomic elements: from the wines of the Montello e Colli Asolani DOC denomination to the tasty mushrooms of Montello. Do not miss the “Marroni del Monfenera”, traditional chestnuts fair in October with exhibitions of crafts and gastronomic stands of local products.

    Antonio Canova (Possagno 1757-Venezia 1822)

    Sculptor, architect, painter and worldwide famous draughtsman considered the most innovative and widely acclaimed exponent of Neoclassicism. Author of extraordinary masterpieces displayed in major international museum collections, Antonio Canova worked for popes, emperors, princes and ambassadors from all the world.

    Caterina Cornaro (Venezia 1454 - Asolo 1510)

    Daughter of a powerful family of Venice and Queen of Cyprus, was one of the most fascinating figures of the 14th century in Italy. In exchange for abdication for crown in favor of the Republic of Venice, she was awarded an annual pension and the lordship of Asolo, where she transferred her brilliant court and lived until her death in 1510.

    Eleonora Duse (Vigevano 1858 - Pittsburgh 1924)

    One of the most important Italian actresses of all time, undisputed symbol of the modern theater. With her immense talent and her great naturalness she represented such authors as D’Annunzio, Verga, Ibsen and Dumas. Having been particularly affectionate to Asolo, where she had spent many holidays and where she had her home for the last four years of her life, she was buried at the cemetery of Sant’Anna at Asolo according to her wish.

    Freya Stark (Parigi 1893 - Asolo 1993)

    British explorer and writer, became a legendary figure of the last century for its extraordinary travels in the middle East and for the books she wrote describing local history, culture and everyday life of the countries she visited. Freya’s merit, that distinguished her from other travelers, consists in her courage, her enterprising and nonconformist nature. She has been awarded honorary citizenship of Asolo, where she spent the last years of her life.


    Brilliant and revolutionary painter, one of the initiators of a High Renaissance style in Venetian art known for the elusive poetic quality of his work. His uncertain identity, his premature death, the continuing debate about his autograph works made Giorgione one of the most enigmatic figures in European painting.

    Tour-shopping a treviso e venezia

  • East itinerary

    Inside archaeological signs: Oderzo, Portobuffole’, Motta di Livenza.
    The “red” varieties of Piave: from cabernet to Raboso

    Let yourself be transported in one of the most important archeological center, in the ancient Roman Opitergium or the actual city of Oderzo. A nice itinerary in a place with cultural and historical heritage evidenced by invaluable archeological ruins and testimonies dating to the Roman period: the forum and domus, memorials and gravestones, baths and necropolis. For their characteristics deserve a visit the Piazza Grande with the late-Gothic Cathedral, the clock tower known as Torresin, the symbol of the city, the Palazzo Foscolo of the 18th century and the Eno Bellis Archaeological Museum.

    Portobuffolè, originally an important river port during the Roman period and the Serenissima Republic, is a small Renaissance jewel, that offers to visitors sites of particular tourist interest. The town is famous especially for its ancient resident Gaia da Camino, descendent of the Camino noble family whose power and fame are connected to the medieval history of the Treviso area. In the enchanting historical center the following are to be admired: the Town Tower, the communal Loggia, the Cathedral and the House of Gaia da Camino, a typical 14th century mansion, today the seat of a museum of cycling.

    The itinerary continues to Motta di Livenza, a town well known for its important pilgrim attraction: the Sanctuary of the Madonna dei Miracoli. Symbol of the city and architectural jewel, the Sanctuary was built around 1510 on the site where the Virgin Mary appeared in vision to an old peasant. With its elegant and sober façade, decorated internally with frescoes of great value, the Sanctuary remains one of the main centers of popular religion in the region.

    An excursion in the east area of the Province of Treviso will allow to discover not only the mysteries of the past, but also to experience a fascinating journey through the green countryside of Treviso surroundings, with a succession of landscapes, horizons, emotions and typical flavors of this land: theasparagus and the Piave DOC wines. Right in this area the river Piave offers a particular morphological conformation to the ground, that guarantees the growth of high quality grapes from which are made the famous wines Cabernet, Merlot, Pinot and Raboso. An unmissable stop at famous traditional wineries where the guests will have the possibility to visit the vinification and aging cellars and to taste and enjoy different wines and many gastronomic delights.

    Gaia da Camino (1270 - Portobuffolè 1311)

    Italian poet and noble lady belonging to one of the most powerful families of Treviso, known in her times to be mentioned by Dante in the 16th canto of Purgatory. In 1307 Gaia received as a gift from her husband Tolberto da Camino the port of Settimo on the Livenza river, now Portobuffollè, where she moved with all her court, enlivening the life of this small town. The famous and controversial Gaia da Camino created a division between historians of all time: according to ones she was a paragon of virtue, others remember her as an example of debauchery and lust.

    Asparago Bianco di Cimadolmo IGP

    It has been the first white asparagus in Europe to obtain the IGP (Protected Geographical Identification) denomination. In its production area is called also “the white gold of Cimadolmo” for the importance it brings to the rural economy. With a characteristic scent and an unique flavor, the asparagus is known from the beginning of the first century for its high nutritive value and its beneficial diuretic qualities. In this land it is prepared with the famous traditional recipes as “asparagus and eggs” and “risotto with asparagus”.

    Nella scoperta della marca “gioiosa et amorosa”