The old city centre of Treviso is one of the most evocative in Italy. It continues to fascinate visitors with its delightful Medieval and Renaissance touches. In Piazza dei Signori, the Palazzo del Trecento of the XIV° century was the ancient residence of the Municipality. Under the porticos of Calmaggiore, you'll find the main shopping street. The cathedral has frescoes by Pordenone and Titian.

In the western part of the town, you'll find the Luigi Ballo municipal museum as well as the large terracotta structure built between the XIII° and the XIV° century by Domenicians, in honour of St. Niccolò. In the eastern part, there are medieval churches such as those of St. Francesco and St. Caterina.
We suggest that you also visit the small but very interesting island of Pescheria.

How to get there:

Like Venice, Treviso has a very good bus service thanks to Atvo and Sita.
Around Treviso you can use public transportation run by ACTT.

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