Point of interest

Piazza dei Signori

Piazza dei Signori, 9, Treviso

Piazza dei Signori is the main square of Treviso, located in the heart of the city and its cultural, historical and social life. Square, whose name is due to the...

Historical building

Palazzo dei Trecento

Piazza dei Signori, Treviso

Palace was built around 1185 as a hall for meetings of various organs of City. In 1944 Palace was victim of a bombing that caused serious damage to the structure...

Religious building

Cattedrale di San Pietro Apostolo (Duomo di Treviso)

Piazza Duomo, Treviso

Its origins date back to the early Christian (sixth century). Between the eleventh and twelfth century, the area took on its current system and the same Cathedral was...

Point of interest

Via Calmaggiore

Via Calmaggiore, Treviso

Via Calmaggiore is the main street of historic center of Treviso, connects Piazza del Duomo to Piazza dei Signori and is identified with Roman Cardo Maximus of...

Museum

Museo Diocesano di Arte Sacra

Via Canoniche, 9, Treviso

Opened in 1988, it is housed in the building commonly known as "Old Canonical" (XII century), ancient seat of the canons of Cathedral. Museum is spread in various...

Monument

Loggia dei Cavalieri

Via Martiri della Libertà, 40, Treviso

Symbol of political power assumed by nobles and knights, Loggia dei Cavalieri is an example of Romanesque Treviso building with Byzantine influences. It was built...

Religious building

Chiesa e Convento di San Francesco

Via San Francesco, 1, Treviso

A group of Franciscan friars arrived in Treviso in 1216 and took office in a chapel dedicated to Our Lady. The community soon became numerous and in 1231 began to...

Historical building

Ca' Spineda (Palazzo Spineda)

Piazza San Leonardo, 5, Treviso

Spineda Palace was built on commission of Spineda noble family in the second half of the sixteenth century. In November 15, 1866 hosted Vittorio Emanuele II. The...

Religious building

Chiesa di Santa Maria Maggiore (o Madonna Grande)

Piazza Santa Maria Maggiore, 17, Treviso

Known as Madonna Grande (in Treviso "Madona Granda"), it is the site of the conversion of St. Jerome Emiliani and one of the main places of worship of Clerks Regular...

Religious building

Chiesa di San Nicolò

Via San Nicolò, 18, Treviso

Is the largest church building of this kind in the city. Starting from 1221 Dominicans acquired the land in the south-west, within the city walls, where it seems...

Museum

Complesso di Santa Caterina

Piazzetta Mario Botter, 10, Treviso

Santa Caterina's Complex consisting of former Convent of Santa Maria of Mary's Servants and associated former St. Catherine of Alexandria's Church and is one of...

Museum

Museo etnografico provinciale

VIA CAL DI BREDA, 130, Treviso

The Treviso's Ethnographical Museum is located in "Case Piavone", a 17th century building. It is managed by "Gruppo FolcloristicoTrevigiano" and by the provincial...