Member Reviews (1)
- TrevisoFirst to ReviewJul 05, 2013
Water characterizes Treviso as it is intersected by the Sile River, which penetrates the intricate medieval urban web with its canals. Enclosed by the sixteenth-century town walls, the picturesque porticoed houses (from 1400-1500) almost fully preserve the late Gothic and Renaissance outer frescoes (250 painted façades, unique in Italy). But Treviso is also the capital of a wealthy province, which includes ten fascinating historic and art centers.
- Medieval Duomo
- Piazza dei Signori and palazzo dei Trecento (1210) and the city tower
- Piazza Monte di Pietà
- Ancient houses (XV century) of Via Canova and Via Riccati