You can visit Treviso in every season: for those who want to savor every corner, or discover original views and breathe the quiet city life. The heart of the city and the meeting place of its citizens is “Piazza dei Signori” with its “Palazzo dei Trecento” and the elegant “Loggia Dei Cavalieri”.
The two rivers, Sile and Cagnan, flow through the city and give it a unique charm to the historic center, enclosed by ancient walls. The porticoed houses, tell the close relationship between Treviso and its rivers: with their beautiful frescoed facades, when are reflected on the “Buranelli” canal and the “Isola della Pescheria”, reflect this relation.
A notable monument is the Cathedral which contains, inside the Malchiostro Chapel, the frescoes of Pordenone and the altarpiece with the Annunciation by Titian. Other artistic treasures are situated in the museum area of “Santa Caterina dei Servi di Maria”, where you can find the cycle of the stories of Sant'Orsola di Tommaso da Modena, and some works by G. Bellini, Lotto, Tiziano, J. Bassano. Also, it is worth to visit the Dominican church of San Nicolò, with its famous Sala del Capitolo frescoed by Tommaso da Modena. For art lovers, the appointment is in the “Casa dei Cararresi”, which in recent years has become home to prestigious international exhibitions. This city, in short, can give magical moments to those who love to walk without rushing along the waterways, on the pebbles consumed by time and history to then find yourselves seated in a tavern or in small rooms overlooking the squares to savor the delicacies of earth from Treviso.