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“This is THE museum of the city. Expositions change every year, see website.”
  • 18位当地人推荐
Museum
“The Museum had closed in 2003 for urgent renovations, but its redevelopment project began to flesh out only in 2010. And in 2015, finally, it was time for a new inauguration. The new entrance of the “Luigi Bailo” Civic Museum in Treviso features an interesting cross-shaped façade by Padua’s Studiomas Architetti Associati and Austrian architect Heinz Tesar. It is a composition of eight artificial stone slabs standing out against a backdrop of white marmorino, located on the southern end of a 15th century monastery that was terribly damaged by bombings during the Second World War and rebuilt in 1952. The Bailo Museum – named after the priest who in the late 1800s founded a “Treviso Museum” in this same spot, showcasing paintings and sculptures from various periods and countries, as well as some noteworthy Renaissance pieces – is now home to a 20th century art collection that includes the largest existing collection of works by Arturo Martini, with over 130 pieces between stone sculptures, plaster casts, objects in terracotta, ceramic and bronze, and works of graphic art. ”
  • 6位当地人推荐
广场
“Cuore della città e salotto dei Trevigiani, palcoscenico del film "Signori e Signore" con Virna Lisi. The main square, sorrounded by numerous open-air cafés. ”
  • 13位当地人推荐
Museum
“The status — and location — of Treviso's 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. Happily, the contents have been moved to the Santa Catarina complex, which has been repurposed to display them. You will still see confusing references to the old location, but don't be misled. The artistic highlights of the Museo Civico are the frescoes by Tommaso da Modena and Girolamo da Treviso, and paintings by Bellini, Titian, Lotto, Pisanello, and many other artists. Perhaps Tommaso da Modena's best-known works are here, his fresco cycle depicting the life of St. Ursula. But don't stop with the art: the archaeological collections are impressive and well displayed. Address: Piazzetta Mario Botter 1, Treviso”
  • 9位当地人推荐
披萨店
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“Best pizza in town! Wood fired ovens crisp up a variety of pizza specialties. Despite indoor and outdoor seating for hundreds, the service is remarkably fast. If you’re looking for pizza, this is the obvious choice. ”
  • 16位当地人推荐
公园
“Bike or walk along the Sile River! One of the most popular things to do in Treviso, for both locals and tourists, is walking or cycling through the Natural Regional Park along the Sile River. The park protects more than 10,000 acres of meadow, wetlands, and river. You can follow the river in either direction, passing villas, settlements, even the Cimitero dei Burci, a "cemetery" of old commercial boats that once used the river for trade. They were abandoned and sunk here in protest when the river was closed to navigation. ”
  • 14位当地人推荐
Zoo
“The Regional Natural Park of the River Sile includes a protected area that follows the course of the river Sile which crosses the Veneto Region touching the cities of Treviso, Padua and Venice.”
  • 10位当地人推荐
Pier
“The Cathedral, in which you can see "Pala dell'Annunziata" a painting by Tiziano Vecellio, frescoes by Il Pordenone and the stunning crypt from which you can access to the Diocesan Museum. (Il Duomo, dove potete ammirare la pala d'altare di Tiziano Vecellio, affreschi de Il Pordenone e la splendida cripta, da cui potete accedere al Museo Diocesano)”
  • 5位当地人推荐
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火车站
“Treviso is a tony town located halfway between Venice and the Dolomites, a lesser-known city but one worth exploring. It offers beautiful atmosphere of porticoed facades, elegant palazzi, and pretty piazzas, with canals slicing through the center for added appeal. Treviso is one of the Veneto region's "secrets" - a lived-in and lovely city that doesn't get hoards of tourists. Treviso was founded by the Romans then became a city state. It tied its fortunes to its bigger sister, Venice, during the grand era of the Serenissima, or the Most Serene Republic of Venice. Many of its architectural and artistic highlights took hints from Venezia, though it also adapted styles to suit its provincial charm. It has an upscale feel among its palace-lined streets and an air of affluence. There are plenty of designer shops, trendy cafes and gourmet eateries, along with homey places mingled in, too. Treviso's heart is centered in the Piazza dei Signori, the city's political seat and gathering space since the Roman times. Here you'll find the Palazzo della Prefettura with its tall clock tower rising high above it. Also called Palazzo del Podesta', it has continually housed the city's government for centuries, first under the "signori" (lords) and now as town hall. The Palazzo dei Trecento, or palace of the 300, was originally built in the 1100s and was home to the city's council (300 men). It was unfortunately heavily bombed during WWII, but rebuilt in the neo-gothic style you see, retaining its arcades, and is still home to Treviso's town council. It also hosts special exhibits. The piazza's buildings sport arcades, giving it an elegant atmosphere. There are cafes on the piazza where you can enjoy a cappuccino or drink while watching the people-parade. Treviso was the birthplace of Benetton, and the company's flagship store is here. The Via Calmaggiore, Treviso's main street, leads from Piazza dei Signori to the Piazza del Duomo, where you'll find the city's cathedral. The Duomo has a neoclassic facade; the church is capped with seven domes. It is dedicated to St. Peter. There are masterpieces in the Chapel called Cappella Malchiostro, including works by Titian and Pordenone. Not far away is the de-consecrated church of Santa Caterina, now a museum with glorious artwork by Bellini, Titian, Lotto, Bassano and more. The church of San Nicolo and its attached monastery have an interesting oddity - a salon frescoed by Tommaso di Modena, a student of Giotto's, but instead of depicting the saints and martyrs, he painted whimsical portraits of the friars themselves! The charming Buranelli district was named for "little Burano," the fisherman from that Venetian island who came here to work and sell their catch. In fact, the Isola della Peschiera still houses the city's fish market. The fruit and vegetable market is in Piazza del Grano (grains, in older times). The Restera is a riverside path lined with shady trees, a nice place for a walk. There are lanes along the canals and streams to enjoy, too. Don't miss what is one of the most beautiful city gates in Italy - the Porta San Tomaso, on the north side of the historic center. The Renaissance-styled gate is on a bridge over a canal, a temple-like structure that welcomes you to town. The center relief sculpture bears the lion of St. Mark, and the gateway is dedicated to St. Thomas Becket of Canterbury. Treviso is worth exploring; its cobbled lanes, rosy brick buildings with iron balconies and foliage will make it worth your while!”
  • 86位当地人推荐
餐厅
“This trattoria has been a reference point since 1880, and the original wood-panelled dining room is reassuringly full of diners hunched over silky plates of risotto full of white asparagus and bowls of tagliatelle with duck ragù. In the evening, turn the corner into a second contemporary dining room where you'll find a slick bar serving the best of the region’s labels from its 3000-bottle cellar. Via Inferiore 7”
  • 12位当地人推荐
小吃店
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“This friendly and authentic osteria is a great place to rub shoulders with locals. Everyone crams in to enjoy the legendary “mozzarella in carrozza”, a tiny deep-fried sandwich filled with molten mozzarella and either prosciutto or sardines, washed down with an equally tiny sparking cider, beer o spritz. Made with the freshest locally sourced ingredients, it's dangerously moreish. Via Barberia 20 9.30am-2pm & 4-8.30pm Mon-Sat Snacks €1.30-3”
  • 13位当地人推荐
Entertainment
“The Fontana Delle Tette is an old fountain carved of Treviso, which under the rule of the Venetian Republic pours white and red wine during special celebrations. The names translates into English as "The Fountain of Tits". What you see in the gallery of Palazzo Zignoli - that you can reach from Calmaggiore or Vicolo Podestà - is only a copy, the original sculpture is seriosly damaged and placed under a case in Trecento palace colonnade. (La fontana delle Tette, "fontana dee tete" in veneto, è una antica fontana scolpita di Treviso, che sotto la dominazione della Repubblica di Venezia spillava vino bianco e rosso in occasione di particolari festeggiamenti. La copia della scultura originale è collocata nel cortile di palazzo Zignoli a Treviso, accessibile dalla galleria che collega il Calmaggiore alla piazzetta della Torre e alla calle del Podestà. Il manufatto autentico, seriamente danneggiato, è stato spostato in una teca sotto il portico del palazzo dei Trecento.)”
  • 8位当地人推荐
酒吧
“The home rock bar is definitely unique! A big saloon bar similar to the one of Coyote Ugly movie, with good beers, rock music, fun and dancing. Live bands usually play during Friday nights!”
  • 6位当地人推荐
意大利餐厅
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“‪Rabbit stuffed with asparagus is just an example of Cae de Oro authentic traditional cuisine. Locals love it and the seating capacity is limited so you must book. Food is sensational, all served beautifully in a rustic setting, great atmospherebut also chatter and laughter because the service is very professional but the staff is friendly with help on hand when translating the menu. After all that prices are always reasonable and the choice of wine excellent!‬”
  • 6位当地人推荐
餐厅
“The 150-year-old Osteria Arman, a noisy bar with locals playing cards at rough wooden tables while talking politics and sport, gets packed out for lunch and dinner. There is no service charge, no tourist menu, just a tempting daily list of ever-changing seasonal dishes: ravioli stuffed with locally grown radicchio and smoked ricotta (€9), plump gnocchi with rich duck ragù (€9), porcini risotto (€10) or sopa coada (pigeon soup with bread, €10), followed by our famous Tiramisu, dessert created 50 years ago by a chef right here in Treviso. Via Manzoni 27 - Treviso”
  • 7位当地人推荐

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披萨店
“Best pizza in town! Wood fired ovens crisp up a variety of pizza specialties. Despite indoor and outdoor seating for hundreds, the service is remarkably fast. If you’re looking for pizza, this is the obvious choice. ”
  • 16位当地人推荐
餐厅
“This trattoria has been a reference point since 1880, and the original wood-panelled dining room is reassuringly full of diners hunched over silky plates of risotto full of white asparagus and bowls of tagliatelle with duck ragù. In the evening, turn the corner into a second contemporary dining room where you'll find a slick bar serving the best of the region’s labels from its 3000-bottle cellar. Via Inferiore 7”
  • 12位当地人推荐
餐厅
“It is right next to the open air daily fish market...there aren't that many places where you know you are getting freshness. The decor is either designed to perfection to mimic an authentic trattoria, or it simply is an authentic trattoria! The service is natural - kind and helpful at all times. The chef - knows what he is doing both for the fish dishes as well as meats. House wine is good too, but that isn't uncommon in the region. Recommended! ”
  • 12位当地人推荐
意大利餐厅
“‪Rabbit stuffed with asparagus is just an example of Cae de Oro authentic traditional cuisine. Locals love it and the seating capacity is limited so you must book. Food is sensational, all served beautifully in a rustic setting, great atmospherebut also chatter and laughter because the service is very professional but the staff is friendly with help on hand when translating the menu. After all that prices are always reasonable and the choice of wine excellent!‬”
  • 6位当地人推荐
餐厅
“The 150-year-old Osteria Arman, a noisy bar with locals playing cards at rough wooden tables while talking politics and sport, gets packed out for lunch and dinner. There is no service charge, no tourist menu, just a tempting daily list of ever-changing seasonal dishes: ravioli stuffed with locally grown radicchio and smoked ricotta (€9), plump gnocchi with rich duck ragù (€9), porcini risotto (€10) or sopa coada (pigeon soup with bread, €10), followed by our famous Tiramisu, dessert created 50 years ago by a chef right here in Treviso. Via Manzoni 27 - Treviso”
  • 7位当地人推荐
红酒吧
“This great little wine bar serves up thick slices of mortadella (pork cold cut), prosciutto and a wide range of cheese generously piled on crusty bread, and washed down with delicious and very reasonably priced local wines. It has a lively atmosphere and plenty to look at, as the walls are plastered with old rugby shirts and assorted knickknackery. Vicolo Broli 2 9am-2.30pm & 5.30-9pm Mon-Fri, 9.30am-2pm & 5.30-9pm Sat Sandwiches €3-5”
  • 11位当地人推荐
餐厅
“The birthplace of the "TIRAMISU" is in Treviso center and you should not miss it. ”
  • 7位当地人推荐
意大利餐厅
“This little bar has all the charm you would expect of a Venetian bacaro. Friendly and helpful staff, a good selection of cicchetti-style snacks, a good range of wines to suit all tastes and budgets. It also has seating outside. A great place to stop by and relax with friends.”
  • 8位当地人推荐

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