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Things to do in Province of Treviso

Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Shoe Store
“Find your favourite designer brands up to 70% less, all year round. Our beautiful setting with mosaics and frescoes - inspired by Venetian and Treviso palazzos - cafes and restaurants, our children’s play area, free parking and with more than 150 boutiques, we have something for everyone. From iconic fashion brands like Prada, Gucci, Armani, Fendi, Polo Ralph Lauren, Jil Sander, Roberto Cavalli and Paul Smith to sporting labels, like Nike and The North Face, and high-street favourites, like Guess and Desigual.”
  • 31 locals recommend
Museum
“One of my favourites places, filled with all the most famous statues of one of the greatest sculptors of all times. ”
  • 23 locals recommend
Entertainment
“This is THE museum of the city. Expositions change every year, see website.”
  • 18 locals recommend
Museum
“The Museum had closed in 2003 for urgent renovations, but its redevelopment project began to flesh out only in 2010. And in 2015, finally, it was time for a new inauguration. The new entrance of the “Luigi Bailo” Civic Museum in Treviso features an interesting cross-shaped façade by Padua’s Studiomas Architetti Associati and Austrian architect Heinz Tesar. It is a composition of eight artificial stone slabs standing out against a backdrop of white marmorino, located on the southern end of a 15th century monastery that was terribly damaged by bombings during the Second World War and rebuilt in 1952. The Bailo Museum – named after the priest who in the late 1800s founded a “Treviso Museum” in this same spot, showcasing paintings and sculptures from various periods and countries, as well as some noteworthy Renaissance pieces – is now home to a 20th century art collection that includes the largest existing collection of works by Arturo Martini, with over 130 pieces between stone sculptures, plaster casts, objects in terracotta, ceramic and bronze, and works of graphic art. ”
  • 6 locals recommend
Plaza
“Cuore della città e salotto dei Trevigiani, palcoscenico del film "Signori e Signore" con Virna Lisi. The main square, sorrounded by numerous open-air cafés. ”
  • 13 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“In 1 hour by car you can reach the mountain where the Battles of Monte Grappa were fought during the World War I”
  • 18 locals recommend
Museum
“The status — and location — of Treviso's municipal museum has been the subject of some confusion for almost a decade, as its original building on Borgo Cavour has been undergoing a long (and some say endless) restoration. Happily, the contents have been moved to the Santa Catarina complex, which has been repurposed to display them. You will still see confusing references to the old location, but don't be misled. The artistic highlights of the Museo Civico are the frescoes by Tommaso da Modena and Girolamo da Treviso, and paintings by Bellini, Titian, Lotto, Pisanello, and many other artists. Perhaps Tommaso da Modena's best-known works are here, his fresco cycle depicting the life of St. Ursula. But don't stop with the art: the archaeological collections are impressive and well displayed. Address: Piazzetta Mario Botter 1, Treviso”
  • 9 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Se appassionati alla natura ed alle sue meraviglie, si consiglia una visita a questo parco dove sono state re-impiantate tante tra le diverse specie di alberi d'alto fusto autoctone. Il parco fluviale del Sile, con la sua pista ciclabile che arriva fino al mare, a Jesolo, é altrettanto consigliato. Le bici si possono noleggiare in diversi punti all'interno delle mura della cittá.”
  • 5 locals recommend
Pizza Place
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“Best pizza in town! Wood fired ovens crisp up a variety of pizza specialties. Despite indoor and outdoor seating for hundreds, the service is remarkably fast. If you’re looking for pizza, this is the obvious choice. ”
  • 16 locals recommend
Park
“Bike or walk along the Sile River! One of the most popular things to do in Treviso, for both locals and tourists, is walking or cycling through the Natural Regional Park along the Sile River. The park protects more than 10,000 acres of meadow, wetlands, and river. You can follow the river in either direction, passing villas, settlements, even the Cimitero dei Burci, a "cemetery" of old commercial boats that once used the river for trade. They were abandoned and sunk here in protest when the river was closed to navigation. ”
  • 14 locals recommend
Zoo
“The Regional Natural Park of the River Sile includes a protected area that follows the course of the river Sile which crosses the Veneto Region touching the cities of Treviso, Padua and Venice.”
  • 10 locals recommend
Park
“Beautiful Caves!!! Nice way to spend a few hours getting fresh air and step back from reality. It doesn't take much time to walk through but it is certainly worth the trip. The wood does get a bit slippery, just take your time. There is also a restaurant at the end.”
  • 13 locals recommend
Place to eat
“Ottime birre ed eventi tutto l'anno. Great beer and restaurant, events throughout the year.”
  • 15 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“E' un vasto altipiano che si eleva dalla pianura sottostante oltre i 1.000 metri di altitudine. E' coronato da cime come il Monte Pizzoc (m. 1.565), il Monte Cavallo e altre. Il territorio è quasi tutto ricoperto da alberi di faggio e abete rosso che fanno vivere emozioni diverse a seconda delle stagioni. Sono presenti fenomeni carsici come il Bus de la Lum , il Bus della Genziana e l' Abisso del Col della Rizza i quali sono profondi rispettivamente 180 m, 585 m e 794 m. A settembre attrazione del bramito dei cervi.”
  • 7 locals recommend
Pier
“The Cathedral, in which you can see "Pala dell'Annunziata" a painting by Tiziano Vecellio, frescoes by Il Pordenone and the stunning crypt from which you can access to the Diocesan Museum. (Il Duomo, dove potete ammirare la pala d'altare di Tiziano Vecellio, affreschi de Il Pordenone e la splendida cripta, da cui potete accedere al Museo Diocesano)”
  • 5 locals recommend
Bar
“Take a tour of Palladio's Villa Barbaro on the weekends, or catch the Cherry Festival held just outside in June. 10min drive.”
  • 13 locals recommend

Top restaurants

Shoe Store
“Find your favourite designer brands up to 70% less, all year round. Our beautiful setting with mosaics and frescoes - inspired by Venetian and Treviso palazzos - cafes and restaurants, our children’s play area, free parking and with more than 150 boutiques, we have something for everyone. From iconic fashion brands like Prada, Gucci, Armani, Fendi, Polo Ralph Lauren, Jil Sander, Roberto Cavalli and Paul Smith to sporting labels, like Nike and The North Face, and high-street favourites, like Guess and Desigual.”
  • 31 locals recommend
Pizza Place
“Best pizza in town! Wood fired ovens crisp up a variety of pizza specialties. Despite indoor and outdoor seating for hundreds, the service is remarkably fast. If you’re looking for pizza, this is the obvious choice. ”
  • 16 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Fish restaurant, good prices, modern ambience. Right in front of the bus stop to Venice!”
  • 2 locals recommend
Meal Takeaway
  • 2 locals recommend
Restaurant
  • 1 local recommends
Restaurant
“This trattoria has been a reference point since 1880, and the original wood-panelled dining room is reassuringly full of diners hunched over silky plates of risotto full of white asparagus and bowls of tagliatelle with duck ragù. In the evening, turn the corner into a second contemporary dining room where you'll find a slick bar serving the best of the region’s labels from its 3000-bottle cellar. Via Inferiore 7”
  • 12 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
“‪Rabbit stuffed with asparagus is just an example of Cae de Oro authentic traditional cuisine. Locals love it and the seating capacity is limited so you must book. Food is sensational, all served beautifully in a rustic setting, great atmospherebut also chatter and laughter because the service is very professional but the staff is friendly with help on hand when translating the menu. After all that prices are always reasonable and the choice of wine excellent!‬”
  • 6 locals recommend
Restaurant
“The 150-year-old Osteria Arman, a noisy bar with locals playing cards at rough wooden tables while talking politics and sport, gets packed out for lunch and dinner. There is no service charge, no tourist menu, just a tempting daily list of ever-changing seasonal dishes: ravioli stuffed with locally grown radicchio and smoked ricotta (€9), plump gnocchi with rich duck ragù (€9), porcini risotto (€10) or sopa coada (pigeon soup with bread, €10), followed by our famous Tiramisu, dessert created 50 years ago by a chef right here in Treviso. Via Manzoni 27 - Treviso”
  • 7 locals recommend

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