Itinerary in Treviso

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Exhibits and museums in Treviso
January 18, 2017
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90th Alpino Parade
January 19, 2017
itinerari - B&B Centro della Famiglia Treviso

Prosecco Route: Conegliano and Valdobbiabene

Valdobbiadene, together with Conegliano, is the capital of Spumante production, the center of a flourishing and vibrant economy, supported by many small producers and some of the most renowned Spumante homes. The Conegliano and Valdobbiadene area, for the beauty of landscapes and a luxuriant nature, is a candidate for becoming a UNESCO World Heritage Site, recognized by UNESCO. Several possibilities for trips and excursions. By car or by bike, you can visit the renowned Prosecco Superiore of Cartizze, a precious triangle of land delimited by the pretty villages of San Pietro di Barbozza, Santo Stefano and Saccol, collected neatly around the bell towers. From Valdobbiadene there are several nature trails that lead to the nearby Pianezze mountain and the Cesen and Barbaria mountains, through the alpine pastures dotted with poppies, ancient oratories and frequent panoramic views from which you can enjoy stunning views. Do not miss Valdobbiadene: the fair of San Gregorio and the exhibitions of "Prosecco Spring. Definitely to visit, also Piave and its Natural Park, a destination for nature trails, and picnic areas.

Sile River Natural Park

The Sile river, with its nearly 100 kilometers, is the longest resurgence river in Europe. It rises in Casacorba di Vedelago (TV), about 15 km from Treviso. Particularly characteristic are its springs, locally called "water fountains" that emerge from the subsoil. The whole course is protected by the Sile River Regional Nature Park. To know the Sile, there are only two ways. Water, canoeing, or out of water, with bicycle. Throughout the river, a cycle-pedestrian network called GiraSile, namely GreenWay Sile' Park, is under construction. For those who love the 'slow' natural cycle-tourism, the itinerary is simply enchanting. Source: Photos of Gianfranco Speranza. Source: Foto di Gianfranco Speranza

Montello and Piave

The Montello is a hill that extends into the center of the Veneto, halfway between the extraordinary lagoon of Venice and the spectacular peaks of the Dolomites of Belluno. The landscape is delightful thanks to the great variety of colors, perfumes and also to the many cultural resources. Thanks to the Serenissima Republic of Venice, which secured long periods of peace, here were established dozens of Venetian Villas, extraordinary residences in the countryside of the Venetian nobility. But besides these pearls of art and architecture, Montello and Piave are also testimonies of the past. Here, in fact, took place the most important moments of the Great War. It is no coincidence, therefore, if some towns such as Nervesa, Sernaglia and Moriago have in their names the "Battle" specification, emphasizing their first-line involvement in the Great War. Monuments, giant ossuaries and sanctuaries remember every day how thousands of men have fought here and in many cases lost their lives. Testimonies that can be found also in the countries along the banks of the "Sacred River to the Homeland", where the remains of tombstones and materials for the famous bridges of boats. Sources: photos from

The Great War

Vittorio Veneto is a quiet town that rises among Treviso hills and the slopes of the Bellunesi Prealps. In Italy it is known to be the place where, in fact, the Great War ended with the victory of the Italian Army on the Austro-Hungarian one in October of 1918. Today it offers the opportunity to discover this important event thanks to the fascinating Museum of the Battle, housed in the rooms of the sixteenth-century palace of the Ceneda Community and recently reopened to the public. The idea was born in 1938 on the occasion of the twenty years of the victory. Luigi Marson, a "Boy of '99" from Vittorio Veneto, decided to donate to the community objects related to his war experience that, because of their importance, were exposed inside the palace. Subsequently, the museum was enriched thanks to other donations such as a collection of charts and official documents devolved by the Ministry of War itself and the collection of photographs by Luigi Marzocchi, the photographer of the Italian Supreme Command. For itineraries and suggestions on the sites of the Great War

Canova Museum - Possagno

Possagno is the home-town of the greatest neoclassical sculptor Antonio Canova (Possagno 1 November 1757 - Venice, 13 October 1822). An outstanding sculptor dedicated to the world who left his great art heritage to his hometown and next to the solemn Gipsoteca realised in 1836, which collects almost all the original patterns of his sculptures, terracotta sketches, drawings, paintings. Antonio Canova's Museum is just the complete image of his art and his life. His memory is preserved by the will of his brother Giovanni Battista Sartori. Today this reality is an indispensable reference for all the museums in the world who jealously guard the marble masterpieces of its genius. Sources: photo from