Treviso is called "the city of water
”. During the Medieval and Renaissance age the many waterways were exploited with several waterwheels which mainly powered mills for milling grain produced locally. The waterways were all navigable and "barconi" would arrive from Venice at the Port of Treviso (Porto de Fiera) pay duty and offload their merchandise and passengers along Riviera Santa Margherita. Fishermen were able to bring fresh catch every day to the Treviso fish market, which is held still today on an island connected to the rest of the city by two small bridges at either end.(source: Wikipedia
The whole city is very beautiful and pleasant, no need to read a guidebook of the monuments and works of art. If you just walk around the town, you will realize that everything is very rich and elegant. Of course, if you are very interested in architecture and painting, then it is better to be equipped.
In short, we recommend that you to spend some time in Treviso. Treviso is very near to Vittorio Veneto both by car and by train.
A bit of history: Like nearly all cities of the Veneto Region, Treviso was subjected in the Middle Ages to Lombard and Carolingian rule, until the joining the Republic of Venice. Under the Venice Republic (la Serenissima) Treviso lived a time of wealth and splendor, which lasted even during the period of Austrian domination, and that of the Kingdom of Italy. During the First World War, Treviso held a strategic position close to the Austrian front. Just north, the Battle of Vittorio Veneto helped turn the tide of the War.
What you must see Treviso: near the railway station, along Corso del Popolo, you find Piazza dei Signori, with its Gothic Palazzo dei Trecento, with the Torre Civica. its most known attraction is the canal of Buranelli that flows along a lane of arcade. Along the river you can see the antique fish market on a small island.
The antique building Cà dei Carraresi usually hosts important art exhibitions.
How to reach Treviso from Vittorio Veneto: by car you take the highway to Venice, get out at Treviso North exit; it is an only 25 minute drive.
By train: there are not many trains leaving directly from Vittorio Veneto, it is better to leave from Conegliano where there is a train to Treviso every 30 minutes.