Best Places to Visit in Treviso

Best Places to Visit in Treviso: Cathedral and Museo Diocesano, City Walls and Gates, Museo Civico di Santa Caterina, San Nicolo, Canals and Water Mills.

Cathedral and Museo Diocesano

The five-domed cathedral of San Pietro was built in the 15th and 16th centuries on the site of an earlier Romanesque church.

City Walls and Gates

The well-preserved 15th-century walls that surround Treviso are not the first; Treviso was a Roman city and the Romans fortified it from the earliest days.

Museo Civico di Santa Caterina

The status – and location – of city 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.

San Nicolo

At the southwest corner of the old town, the Dominican church of San Nicolò is a spacious Gothic church built in brick during the 13th and 14th centuries.

Canals and Water Mills

Two rivers encircle City, and in addition to their confluence here, their waters have been contained into a series of canals and tiny waterways that wander picturesquely through the city.