Near the b&b Vanessa House from Mestre, crossing the Terraglio, the road that built by Napoleon for the richness of his villas was called the Versailles of Italy, we reach Treviso city criss-crossed by numerous rivers, giving it a particular conformation and unrepeatable.
Even today you can see some of the big wheels of water mills, some of which operated until relatively recently.
On all the monuments of the city stands out for the importance of three hundred Palace, authoritative testimony of communal period architecture. Treviso was home to many great artists, from Cima da Conegliano to Giorgione, by Giorgio Massari to Antonio Canova.
So, for those who want to visit the Venetian hinterland there is a wide variety of choices, all cultural and artistic interest of primary importance as perhaps only Firenza can boast..