A Roman city in the province of Treviso
It is the second Venetian city for the importance of preserved finds, immediately after Verona, and conquers with its timeless charm. Oderzo, an ancient Treviso town, is still today marked by the glory that lived in the time of Opitergium, an important Roman municipium whose finds enrich the Archaeological Museum, one of the oldest in Italy, housed in the boat of Palazzo Foscolo. Inside it houses finds from the pre-Roman, Roman and Late Antique periods.
Easy to turn even in case of rain thanks to the many arcades, in the historic center of Oderzo you can appreciate the sixteenth-century palace also home to the Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art and the Pinacoteca dedicated to the artist Alberto Martini. Do not miss the Cathedral of San Giovanni Battista, the ancient Municipal Loggia and Piazza Grande, considered one of the most beautiful in Veneto thanks to its stage shape.
An ideal setting to host every year the "Opera in Piazza" Festival that attracts fans from all over the world. To dive into the history of Oderzo you can visit the area of the Roman Forum with the remains of the forensic complex and several patrician domus, but for a bit of relaxation in nature you will appreciate Ca' Diedo Park, the green lung of the city.