Did you know that Treviso is the city of 33 fountains? And that in Piazza dei Signori stands the Palazzo dei Trecento? The whole city seems to be particularly dear to the number three, which is often found in the urban fabric.
Like any other Italian city, Treviso is also rich in churches and in the heart of the city rises the inevitable Duomo. The medieval tradition is still visible in the partial walls that enclose the historic center, but above all in the gates and in the (three!) Gates of access to the city.
Of particular artistic and historical importance is the palace of the Monte di Pietà, a pawnshop of medieval origin, which, in each city has a thousand different stories to tell.
Treviso is the ideal starting point to discover the Venetian hinterland and to be spoiled by confectionery and, in general, food and wine specialties. Few people know that tiramisu – highly appreciated all over the world – was born in a restaurant in Treviso.
Stay updated on the tourist roads in the city, by consulting the official page of the municipality of Treviso: http://www.comune.treviso.it/GuidaAiServizi/dposteoscheda.php?id_scheda=239&searchword=code and, in case of doubt, contact us your questions about it.
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