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Visite Guidate Treviso Centro Storico
A- TREVISO TRADITIONAL TOUR - Canals and Houses with frescos PDF Print Email

The city of Treviso, completely built on the water It’s often
defined as “Little Venice”.canali-e-case-affrescate

There are two rivers that flow throught Treviso: river Sile and
the Botteniga or Cagnan, as cited by Dante in the IX part
of the Divine Comedy.

These spring rivers have affected the locals’ lives; mills,
transport, commercial activities and the production of the
famous Red Radicchio of Treviso.

The Guided Tour will pass throught the
Riviera S. Margherita, the Latin Quarter and the
University area, Ponte Dante, Pescheria Island,
Buranelli, Piazza Duomo, the old Roman Cardo,
now known as Calmaggiore, Via Roggia,
Piazza dei Signori with Palazzo dei Trecento,
via Barberia, the Breast Fountain and the Knight's Lodge.

Time spent: 1h 45 min

NOTES: always feasible

PROPOSAL:

Friday 2nd February 2018

9.00 / 10.45

Groups max 25 pax: euro 115,00

Possibility to rent radio-microphone system

 

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B- Medieval Treviso and its churches PDF Print Email

The historic center of Treviso is characterized by the presence of numerous medieval evidence, period during which Treviso was subjected to numerous Signorie (from Roman, from Camino, from Carrara, ...)
until the passage under Venice in 1339.

You will see the typical Tower Houses ,
The artisans' boulevard, Churches of important
religious orders unfortunately no longer present in the city.trevisomedievale

The Guided Tour will include the “Loggia dei Cavalieri”
the place where the young noblemen used to meet for
the game of chess;
“The Palazzo del Trecento”(exterior), with
its gigantic salon elegantly frescoed
;
The Church of St. Francis with the tombs of the
sons of Dante and Petrarch (interior);
The Church of St. Nicholas and the Sala del Capitolo,
with the famous image of the first glasses
in the history of art (interior);
The charming Church of St. Lucia
with
the relics of the Saint and the fresco of
the Madonna della Farfalla (interior),
the Crypt of the Cathedral and the Old Canonical
now Diocesan Museum (interior).

Time spent: 2.30 min

NOTES: Not feasible on Sunday morning and afternoons during the week.

PROPOSAL:

Friday, January 26, 2018

9.30 / 12.00

Groups max 25 pax: euro 160,00 + € 6,00 p.p. (For 3 interiors)

Possibility to rent radio-microphone system

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C- Renaissance Treviso and the presence of the Venetian nobility PDF Print Email

Starting from the end of the 20th century, Venetians suspended the economic contacts with the East and they returned to the mainland, where they started focus on agricultural activities: they built country houses, the famous Venetian Villas, and elegant frescoed buildings, noble palaces in the city.
In addition to the houses of craftsmen and merchants, elegant palaces and churches appeared.

The Guided Tour provides a route along the city streets, stops in front of the structures of the Renaissance period
and visits of the interiors of two of these buildings, according to
the availability of the opening:
the Mount of Pietà, the Church of S. Vito,trevisorinascimentale
the Cathedral And the Diocesan Museum (Renaissance section),
the Church of Santa Maria Maggiore, Palazzo Rinaldi,
the Walls and the Gate of Santi Quaranta, the Buranelli,
the Church of S.M. Maddalena, the Church of S. Leonardo,
the Church of S. Gaetano, Palazzo Robegan,
the Church of S.Nicolo'and the Museum of St. Catherine
(Renaissance sections).

Time spent: 2.30 min

NOTES: Not feasible on Sunday morning and afternoons during the week.

PROPOSAL:

Friday

9.30 / 12.00

Groups max 25 pax: euro 160

Possibility to rent radio-microphone system
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