Discover Treviso, city of water, with the Sile River running through it, canals, water mills and Fishermen’s Island, frescoes of Saint Catherine by Tomaso da Modena, the Sant’Orsola cycle and the frescoes of the Capitoline Room at San Nicolò, the “Fontana delle Tette”, Piazza dei Signori, the Duomo Museum and the Bailo Museum of Modern Art.
Visit Conegliano, the city of Giovan Battista Cima, where you can admire the lovely altarpiece in the Duomo, and Vittorio Veneto, with its charming Serravalle and Ceneda neighborhoods and Great War Museum.
Explore the Prosecco Hills, discovering an enchanting landscape kept intact over time, dotted with historic towns: Follina with its Cistercian Abbey, the burgs of Cison di Valmarino and Rolle, Refrontolo with its Croda Mill, Asolo, the home of Queen Cornaro, Pietro Bembo and Eleonora Duse, and Possagno with its Canova Plaster Cast Gallery.
Cross the Piave River, go along the ridge of the prehistoric Montello hill and stop in Crocetta with its surprising Museum of Natural History and Cornuda with its extraordinary little Museum of Typographic Design an Printing.
Taste Veneto cooking in the osterias and inns that dot the hills around Treviso, visiting wine cellars of the Piave Valley and along the Road of Prosecco DOCG and Cartizze, as well as mountain huts offering various products, dairies and small producers of cured meats.
Book time on the links at a magnificent golf course like the Asolo Golf Club, or the Golf Club Cansiglio high up in the hills.