Treviso, also called the “garden of Venice”, is a peaceful and elegant city, perfect to visit all year round. Its main points of interest are Piazza dei Signori and the fine Loggia dei Cavalieri, the Restera itinerary along the Sileriver, but also the Castle of Roncade, the wineries and all the vineyards surrounding the area.
So, what to do in Treviso? Treviso needs to be discovered through its historical buildings, wine and food tours and Treviso wine samplings, as well as sculpture classes and art.
The “Prosecco region” is located between Conegliano and Valdobbiadene;it is an area where Prosecco wine is produced… you know, this typical sparkling straw-coloured nectar everybody drinks in Veneto. Should you be in the surrounding area of Treviso – called “MarcaTrevigiana” – we strongly recommend you to stop in Asolo, a village famous for being chosen by Eleonora Duse and Caterina Corner, the Queen of Cyprus, as their place of residence. The village is nestled among green hills and the best way to fully enjoy this beautiful landscape is definitely on a bicycle, which can be rented at some VivoVenetia’s partners.
Treviso and its province have a lot in store for visitors. It is the ideal place if you like to combine nature, culture and food, harmony and simplicity.