10 Things to Do in Conegliano That You Shouldn't Miss

October 11, 2017 Jacquiline Delozier

Conegliano (Italian: [koneʎˈʎaːno]; Venetian: Conejan) is a town and comune of the Veneto region, Italy, in the province of Treviso, about 30 kilometres (19 mi) north by rail from the town of Treviso. The population of the city is of 35,023 people. The remains of a 10th-century castle are situated on a hill that dominates the town. Formerly belonging to the Bishop of Vittorio Veneto, what remains is a bell tower, which now houses a small museum, and outer walls.
Restaurants in Conegliano

1. Sala dei Battuti del Duomo di Conegliano

Via XX Settembre | Duomo di Conegliano, 31015, Conegliano, Italy +39 0422 187 8904
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4.5 based on 78 reviews

Sala dei Battuti del Duomo di Conegliano

Reviewed By bobsardo - Conegliano, Italy

If you happen to have some time to spend visiting Conegliano, you cannot miss a visit to the Duomo and annex Sala dei Battuti: it is a MUST! The "Sala dei Battuti" and "Sala del Capitolo" are part of the Duomo complex, built on the High Street (via XX Settembre), in the historical pedestrian area. The Duomo was founded in 1354, contains the famous portrait "Pala", dated 1493, by G.Battista Cima (a prominent local painter, whose masterpieces are exhibited at the National Gallery in London). Proceeding to the side exit of the Duomo and climbing a narrow flight of stairs, located at the base of the belltower (1497), you’ll be able to experience an awesome jump of several centuries back in time. The Confraternita dei Battuti was a laity congregation, based on brotherhood, who practiced the self-whipping. Founded around 1300, they were recognized by the clergy and were operating on the base of a philanthropic and worshipping principles, most often hosting hospitals within their gathering structures. The Sala dei Battuti, with its wooden coffered ceiling, the frescos, the paintings, the out of time atmosphere, has the unique capability to create this back in time suggestion. Though you could visit the Sala dei Battuti on your own, a guided visit is warmly recommended!

2. Perenzin Latteria

Via Cervano 85, 31020, San Pietro di Feletto, Italy
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4.5 based on 36 reviews

Perenzin Latteria

PERENZIN LATTERIA S.R.L. IS DEVOTED TO THE PRODUCTION AND TRADE OF TRADITIONAL AND INNOVATIVE CHEESES (COW, GOAT, BUFFALO), BOTH CONVENTIONAL AS WELL AS ORGANIC ONES, AND IS ALWAYS KEEN ON MAINTAINING VERY HIGH QUALITY STANDARDS IN TERMS OF THE ORGANOLEPTIC CHARACTERISTICS OF ITS ARTISANAL PRODUCTS AND OF THE RAW MATERIALS USED. DO COME TO TASTE OUR CHEESE AND VISIT OUR PRODUCTION SITE! THE PRICE REGARDS CHEESE TASTING WITH PROSECCO AND DAIRY'S VISIT FOR ONE PERSON. SPECIAL PRICES FOR GROUPS.

Reviewed By Ludovine T - London, United Kingdom

Delicious platters of cured meats and cheese. Excellent quality of ingredients, albeit the frugal and rustic setting.

3. Toni Doro - Il Prosecco

Via Soldera 24, 31029, Vittorio Veneto, Italy +39 349 891 8930
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5 based on 57 reviews

Toni Doro - Il Prosecco

TONiDORO is a family - run farm that grow up their own vineyards since 1956 between the charming hills of Vittorio Veneto. Our grapes, strictly picked up by hand, become Prosecco Superiore DOCG and it is available as sparkling wine Extra Dry and Brut. We are waiting for you! • Direct selling • Guided tours by appointment • Wines tasting

Reviewed By GLC78honu

If you want to sample delicious prosecco from a small family run vineyard focused on quality and environmental sustainability rather than solely on making a profit, find Toni Doro. Massimo shared unique intervention approaches to growing healthy vines, including newer practices based on an installed...MoreThank you very much. You really understand what I wanted to trasmit to you. It has been a pleasure to have you visiting my winery.

4. L'Antica Quercia

Via Cal di Sopra 8, 31015 Scomigo, Conegliano, Italy +39 0438 789344
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4.5 based on 5 reviews

L'Antica Quercia

To understand what the Antica Quercia (Ancient Oak) is, you need to walk through our vineyards, look at everything that surrounds us, sit beneath the shade of the big oak and listen to the silence. We are on the axis that connects the high peaks of the Dolomites to Venice, nestled among unique hills which give us everything we could want. For Vines, olive trees and all the other trees we grow are looked after and respected according to the rhythms and the rules always suggested by nature. We like to think that Antica Quercia is above all a beautiful place to stay. We do it for ourselves, for people that live with us and for future generations. For this reason, our daily work aims to harmonise every choice we make, without forcing nature, as if everything was a continuous flow of energy.

Reviewed By victoriafortune - New Windsor, New York

My friends and I had gone to La Antica Quercia for a wine tour about two years ago and loved it so much, we had to go back for more. Mara is an amazing lady and so knowledgeable about the vineyard, the plants, and anything else we had questions about. She not only had a very tasty variety of wines to taste, but for just a few euro's more, we had meats, cheeses, and breads to pair with it. We enjoyed our second visit even more than our first and I plan to bring my whole family back next summer!

5. Castle of Conegliano

Colle di Giano, 31015, Conegliano, Italy +39 0438 410033
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4 based on 273 reviews

Castle of Conegliano

Reviewed By Michelle W - Dallas, Texas

At the top of a steep hills lies the Castle of Conegliano. The view from the castle is extraordinary. You can see the town and the Alps. It is worth the hike up. And the walk down is quite relazing.

6. Centro Storico di Conegliano

Via XX Settembre | Contrada Granda, 31015, Conegliano, Italy +39 0438 21230
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4.5 based on 69 reviews

Centro Storico di Conegliano

Reviewed By debsi - Herzliya, Israel

The historic center is full of ancient historic buildings and really charming. We visited in July and the town was just so floral, beaming with history and full of people. It was impossible to find parking within walking distance to the historic center of the city so we stopped the car for moments here and there and got out for a few minutes to enjoy the atmosphere. It's probably best to visit later in the afternoon when there may be less people.

7. Palazzo Sarcinelli

Via Venti Settembre 132, 31015, Conegliano, Italy +39 0438 413116
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Palazzo Sarcinelli

Reviewed By lagoon08 - Venice, Italy

A very good and well-presented exhibition of his works. He worked in Venice for many years and the exhibition draws upon his experience there as well.
There are two marvellous paintings, one of the Lion of Venice and the other of St George and the Dragon, not the smaller one at the Scoula dei Schavoni.
The explanations are in Italian and English, there are guided tours but only in Italian l believe.
Take a day to visit the city anyway.
Finishes 28/6/15 l understand.
If you eat at some of the restaurants in the town you receive a discount on entry of a couple of euros.

8. Duomo di Conegliano

Via Venti Settembre 44, 31015, Conegliano, Italy
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4.5 based on 23 reviews

Duomo di Conegliano

Reviewed By Andrew M - Sydney, Australia

We were just going to look at the Duomo but just though we would have a quick look here first. good decision it is amazing the frescos both inside and outside are great.
We were also lucky as one of the gentlemen there helped show us around , with his limited English and my limited Italian it became a lesson in both art/history/religion and language!

9. Museo degli Alpini

Via Francesco Beccaruzzi 17, 31015, Conegliano, Italy +39 392 269 0754
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4.5 based on 13 reviews

Museo degli Alpini

Reviewed By littlereddachsie - Lafayette, Indiana

Truthfully had to peek in the windows to view this museum as it was not open during the hours stated on the door (which was hard to find) which were very limited.
Had a great collection for the size, and I was anxious to visit as my grandfather was in the Alpini, but alas, every museum I attempted to see in my travels was not open. Great location, and looked to be done very well.

10. Ex Convento di San Francesco

Via Edmondo de Amicis, 31015, Conegliano, Italy +39 0422 184 8904
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Ex Convento di San Francesco

Reviewed By Matei S - Milan, Italy

I stayed in the Convento for 2 nights due to the wedding of our friends which took place in the courtyard and in the garden of the convento. It was the best wedding scenery that i attended. The location is perfect for such events and it offers you a lot of ideas on how to organize it. They offer also accomodation in several rooms. The rooms are nice and clean and offer you everything that you need. The restaurants and bars are walking distance.

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