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Treviso

The experience

It is a city to visit by walking unhurriedly, to savor every corner, discover unexpected glimpses, and breathe in the quiet city life.
Beating heart is the famous Piazza dei Signori with the Palazzo dei Trecento and the elegant Loggia Dei Cavalieri.
But Treviso is also a city between two rivers, the Sile and the Cagnan, which sinuously cross the streets, giving a special charm to the historic center bounded by the ancient

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The experience

It is a city to visit by walking unhurriedly, to savor every corner, discover unexpected glimpses, and breathe in the quiet city life.
Beating heart is the famous Piazza dei Signori with the Palazzo dei Trecento and the elegant Loggia Dei Cavalieri.
But Treviso is also a city between two rivers, the Sile and the Cagnan, which sinuously cross the streets, giving a special charm to the historic center bounded by the ancient walls.

Treviso’s urban history is strongly linked to water: the frescoed facades of the palaces reflected in the Buranelli canal and the Isola della Pescheria, created in the Cagnan River to house the fish market, tell well of this ancient connection.
The cathedral, featuring seven copper domes with Titian’s Annunciation inside, and the Dominican church of San Nicolò, with its famous Chapter House frescoed by Tommaso da Modena, are definitely worth a visit.
For art lovers, the appointment is also in the Casa dei Cararresi, which has become a venue for prestigious exhibitions in recent years.
Treviso is the slow pace of a lady among the glittering storefronts of the center or on the cobblestones worn by time and history, but it is also finding yourself sitting in an osteria savoring unique, timeless flavors.

Treviso to eat…

Red Radicchio from Treviso is undoubtedly the star of the table: it is used in a variety of ways, great in risotto. Typical dishes include sausage (“luganega”), rice with peas (“risi e bisi”) and pigeon soup (“sopa coada”). Not to be forgotten are the area’s fine DOC wines, among them the famous Prosecco.

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