Treviso Things to Do

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  • 1. Chiesa di San Nicolo

    This is the view at the baptistery of the church of San Nicolo and the bell-tower. Only from this side you can be aware of its huge proportions. The facade is very simple made of the brick and...

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  • 2. Fish Market

    Treviso is a city of water and on the water, in a small island surrounded by the river they have their fish market. The are has been recently restored, they put some interesting looking statues...

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  • 3. Piazza dei Signori

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Piazza dei Signori is the core of Treviso center, the medieval Palazzo dei Trecento dominate the square- There are some elegant cafeterias with tables under shady awning or under the lodge. The square...

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  • 4. Palazzo del Podesta

    This Palazzo was built in the 13th century and it is situated in Piazza dei Signiori on the north side of the square. This Palazzo has the big bell tower. This building was re built in the 19th...

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  • 5. Walking

    You are going to like Treviso, such a well kept place, and many things to see by just walking around. Featured here are photos from my walk through the center. If you are lucky enough to hear an...

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  • 6. Palazzo Dei Trecento

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    This Palazzo was built around 1185 and completed around 1268. It was used as a hall for public meetings. The name was derived from the 300 council memebers that it had called 'il Maggior Consiglio' -...

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  • 7. Il Duomo di San Pietro

    The dome of Treviso or the Cathedral is dedicated to St. Peter. This cathedral was built in the 15th & 16th century where once used to be a Romanesque church, evidence of this is the crypt which...

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  • 8. The City Walls

    There is a castle fortress on an island that is surrounded by walls from the centuries previous. The walled town dates back as an outpost for the Romans in early AD. Since then the walls were rebuilt...

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  • 9. Chiesa di San Martino

    3 out of 5 stars

    Leaving the train station, I set off towards the Centro, by Via Roma, which leads into Corso Del Popolo. I nearly walked past this church, set in a small plazza off this street. It was a modern...

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  • 10. Loggia dei Cavalieri

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    This big monument was built in the 2nd half of the 13th century, when Andrea da Perugia was the Podesta in Treviso. In simple words a loggia is like a kiosk or one big canopy but made of bricks and...

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  • 11. Chiesa di Santa Maria Maggiore

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Rebuilt many times during the years, the bell tower was not surpassing the church's facade at the beginning. Made in bricks, the tower finishes with five small loggias made of Istria stone with...

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  • 12. Museo di Santa Caterina

    It is the main Treviso museum. a former church which has been restructured to house the Civic Museum. Tomaso da Modena's renowned St. Ursula frescoes are displayed in the centre of the church. You'll...

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  • 13. Via Calmaggiore

    This is the main shopping street coming from Piazza Signore and going toward the Duomo. It is about three blocks long and has a number of casettas with decorative facades. Most have some Byzantine...

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  • 14. Chiesa di San Leonardo

    4 out of 5 stars

    This is a very small church which is currently being restored. The story goes back to 1330 when it was originally a hospital, called Hospital of St Leonard. It has been demolished and re done so many...

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  • 15. Chiesa di San Francesco

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The brick facade is rather mundane, in my opinion. It was built in the 13th century by Franciscan monks over 1231-1270 years. The frescoes inside are the site to take in, some done by Tommaso da...

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  • 16. Chiesa di San Vito e Santa Lucia

    Piazza San Vito hosts two beutiful churches: on the left Chiesa di Santa Lucia and the older Chiesa di San Vito. Built in 1300 on the place where the prison of Treviso used to be, Chiesa di Santa...

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  • 17. Battistero - Baptistry

    The baptistery is adjacent to the Dome is represents the unique Romanic church left in Treviso and is dating from the XI century. Dedicated to Saint John the Baptist, as per traditions, the...

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  • 18. Piazza Del Duomo

    I was not impressed with this piazza as it looked more of a wide road with ample space for parking to me rather than a piazza or Piazza del Duomo. You will only visit this piazza to visit the duomo -...

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  • 19. Ponte San Martino

    Shortly after leaving the railway station, I came across this bridge crossing the River Sile (or Sil) - The River of Silence. I spent quite a while enjoying the views up and down river to be...

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  • 20. Chiesa di San Giovanni

    The church of San Giovanni, or baptistery, is an Romanesque building of the late 11th and early 12th century. It has pilaster strips, small blind arches and the 14th century relief on the gable. At...

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  • 21. Porta Santi Quaranta

    Porta Santi Quaranta, a town gate, built by Fra Giocondo and others in 1509-1518, is the most interesting stretch of city walls. The top of the gate has been laid out as a pleasant walk. The walls...

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  • 22. I Molinetti di Treviso - Treviso's Mills

    Due the calm waters of river Sile, Treviso was the perfect place for the installation of mills. At the beginning of 1800, Treviso used to have around 61 mills, while today there are only some of...

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  • 23. Ponte di Santa Margherita

    Ponte di Santa Margherita is designed by the Italian architect Paolo Portoghesi (born 1931), who is also theorist, historian and professor of architecture at the University La Sapienza in Rome. Unlike...

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  • 24. Ponte Dante

    The beautiful Dante Bridge, over Cagnan, took the name of the famous Italian poet due to the fact that this place was mentioned in his work "The paradise". The bridge used to be called Ponte...

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  • 25. Monte di Pieta

    The small square, Piazza Monte di Pieta, is situated right behind the Palazzo del Podesta. The square is named after the building of Monte di Pieta, which incorporates the 16th century Capella dei...

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