“Enclosed by its ancient walls, Treviso is a peaceful and charming city, with the River Sile running through it.
It has streets intersected by canals, houses decorated with frescoes
and the colonnades and historic monuments of the old centre.”

The main hub and local meeting place in the town is Piazza dei Signori, with the magnificent Palazzo dei Trecento and the colonnaded Loggia Dei Cavalieri.
You should certainly visit the Cathedral with its frescoes by Pordenone, and an altarpiece by Titian in the Malchiostro Chapel, depicting the Annunciation.
Also in Treviso, you can visit the Museum Centre of Santa Caterina dei Servi di Maria, which contains works by Bellini, Lotto, and Titian.
For those art-lovers who also appreciate good food the inns and restaurants which line the squares of Treviso offer some excellent local specialities, such as conchiglie pasta with Treviso salad, grilled radicchio, herrings marinated with onions and served with polenta, soft cheeses, asparagus, trout, and excellent local wines.
Treviso is about an hour’s drive from Caorle, following road no. SP59 or the A4/E55/E70.