10 Things to Do in Vittorio Veneto That You Shouldn't Miss

March 24, 2018 Vergie Nakamoto

Vittorio Veneto is a city and comune situated in the Province of Treviso, in the region of Veneto, Italy, in the northeast of the Italian peninsula, between the Piave and the Livenza rivers.
Restaurants in Vittorio Veneto

1. Toni Doro - Il Prosecco

Via Soldera 24, 31029, Vittorio Veneto, Italy +39 349 891 8930
Excellent
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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.

2. Santuario di Santa Augusta

Serravalle | Località Serravalle, 31029, Vittorio Veneto, Italy +39 0438 57243
Excellent
61%
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4.5 based on 92 reviews

Santuario di Santa Augusta

Reviewed By Mirna P - Melbourne, Australia

Legend says that St Augusta was the daughter of the Gothic king Mauricio.the girl was martyred by her father because of her Christian faith using fire,the wheel and sword.According to tradition the girl transformed bread into flowers as she was surprised by her father helping out the poor people of the neighbourhood.

3. Museo della Battaglia

Piazza Giovanni Paolo I, 31029, Vittorio Veneto, Italy +39 0438 57695
Excellent
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4.5 based on 70 reviews

Museo della Battaglia

Reviewed By Andrea M - Porto, Portugal

No doubt this place is inspiring and fascinating.
I refer to the museum content, to the historical building, to the remnants that guide you through three years of tactics, suffering, casualties and a lot of hope.
I recommend to visit this place: it will take about two hours to enjoy it.

4. Piazza Flaminio

Piazza Flaminio | Serravalle, 31029, Vittorio Veneto, Italy +39 338 768 9570
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4.5 based on 52 reviews

Piazza Flaminio

Reviewed By debsi - Herzliya, Israel

This piazza is low key but full of beauty and welcoming relaxation. There's a local band at the trattoria Alla Cerva, families and couples hanging at the cafe and gelateria. Wonderful place to stop and parking free after 7:30 pm. and the peach ice cream is yum. Plus they have soy ice cream for vegans and gelati without dairy. Delicious.

5. Scalinata di Santa Augusta

Via Sant'Augusta 1-3, 31029, Vittorio Veneto, Italy
Excellent
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4.5 based on 48 reviews

Scalinata di Santa Augusta

Reviewed By debsi - Herzliya, Israel

Nice photo opportunity but there was no way we were going to climb up all the way to the top. It's hard to park during the day but evening hours are easier - you can see the splendor from the street and appreciate the architecture.

6. Pieve di Sant'Andrea di Bigonzo

Piazza Pieve di Bigonzo 2 | Localita Sant'Andrea, 31029, Vittorio Veneto, Italy +39 0438 53396
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4.5 based on 22 reviews

Pieve di Sant'Andrea di Bigonzo

Reviewed By AaronLuisa - Amersfoort

This Church is simply wonderful, full of paintings even from the XIV century, restored few years ago.

7. Museo del baco da seta

Via della Seta 23/6/S.Giacomo di Veglia, 31029, Vittorio Veneto, Italy +39 0438 914024
Excellent
40%
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56%
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4.5 based on 22 reviews

Museo del baco da seta

Reviewed By gioca6 - Vittorio Veneto, Italy

La zona del vittoriese viveva sull'allevamento del baco da seta.Oggi l'avvento di altri sistemi per la produzione della seta o simili ha mutato l'economia.Questo piccolo museo, che si trova appena all'esterno della città, zona S.Giacomo di Veglia nei pressi del vecchio frantoio, offre uno spaccato di quello che era la lavorazione del baco.

8. Monte Altare

Via Monte Altare | San Lorenzo, 31029, Vittorio Veneto, Italy
Excellent
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4.5 based on 19 reviews

Monte Altare

Reviewed By D_Bell59 - Toronto, Canada

Italy all in one place. Vineyards, basilicas, piazza, food, shopping and a very interesting history all bundled in a beautiful countryside. This is a must see when visiting Italy. Small but with a good combination of the old and the new. Something for everyone young and old.

9. Museo del Cenedese

Piazza Flaminio 1, 31029, Vittorio Veneto, Italy +39 0438 57103
Excellent
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4.5 based on 19 reviews

Museo del Cenedese

Reviewed By 815addiel - Kootwijkerbroek, The Netherlands

We would have liked to visit but only on sunday. (only in Italian). A real pity and not showing hospitality.

10. Castello di San Martino

Via Brevia 33, 31029, Vittorio Veneto, Italy
Excellent
25%
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4 based on 24 reviews

Castello di San Martino

Reviewed By Mirna P - Melbourne, Australia

There is the large medieval tower. City walls have been preserved well. They have been partially destroyed in 14 th century by the invasion of Hungarians.

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