Treviso is an enchanting medieval city. It is still enclosed by its 16thcentury walls and crossed by rivers and channels, which make it like a pretty little Venice on the mainland.
The town centre is characterized by portico streets and pretty palaces of different styles and centuries. Piazza dei Signori is the heart of the city, very near to the Buranelli Channel, one of the most beautiful sports of Treviso. Walking along the Calmaggiore, the shopping and fashion street of the city, you can reach the imposing Neoclassic cathedral and visit the amazing crypt dating back to the 11th century. Just a few steps from the main square, you can find ancient watermills and workshops as well as frescoed houses. They testify the flourishing trading past of Treviso. Do not forget to have a walk by the suggestive area of the Isola della Pescheria, where the fish market takes place every day, and to hire a bike.
Treviso is a bike-friendly city as well as a perfect destination for food and wine lovers. Thanks to the many Osterie Trevigiane, you can taste the typical cicchetti (finger food) matched with the famous Spritz and Prosecco.