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A grape harvest festival in Treviso Italy
The city tower in Asolo near Treviso Italy
The interior of Saint Francis church in Treviso Italy
Sheep in Treviso hills Italy

Treviso Things to Do

Monuments and Museums


Founded in the 12th century but rebuilt several times, the Duomo is noted for its Romanesque crypt and a frescoed chapel containing Titian's Annunciation (1570) which vies for attention with the striking Adoration of the Magi fresco (1520) by Titian's arch-rival, Il Pordenone.


The grandest commercial street is lined with frescoed Gothic facades and porticoes. It connects the Duomo (Cathedral) with Palazzo dei Trecento, the town hall.

The Fish Market

Dates from medieval times and is held on an island in the middle of Treviso's Sile River; this allows the remains of the day's trading to be flushed away.   

San Nicolo Church

A Dominican church with impressive Sienese frescoes, including the works of Tommaso da Modena (1325-76). This 16th-century church contains interesting tomes and frescoes, including, on a wall of the chapter house, the first-ever depiction of eyeglasses in art. A magnificient tome (1500) by Antonio Rizzo is framed by a fresco of pageboys (c.1500) by Lorenzo Lotto.

Buranelli Quarter

A pleasing quarter with ancient palaces overhanging the water and a low stone bridge.

Civic Museum (Museo Civico)

Houses archaeological finds and a gallery displaying works by Titian, Bellini, and Tiepolo.


Side Trips

Bassano del Grappa

Located west of Treviso, Bassano del Grappa is a lovely town with arcaded squares and quaint alleyways lined with frescoed houses, and is noted for its ceramics, white asparagus, and the famous brandy known as Grappa.

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