Restaurant

Kimeia - San Parisio

6 locals recommend ·

Tips from locals

Giacomo & Elena
Giacomo & Elena
October 23, 2018
Nice place to have a drink downtown
Alberto E Chiara
Alberto E Chiara
June 25, 2016
Perfect for pre and after dinner, beautiful place and location!
Davide
Davide
August 12, 2015
Nice location. Good food
Patrizia
Patrizia
July 24, 2015
tipical Treviso life style
Matteo
Matteo
November 17, 2017
Bellissimo bar a Treviso, per aperitivi e dopocena in compagnia.

Unique things to do nearby

The Sile river's secrets by bike
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Biking along the old Ostiglia railway
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Locals also recommend

Church
“Una delle chiese più antiche della città, ospita la tomba della figlia di Petrarca e del figlio di Dante Alighieri. Situata accanto al ponte, è incorniciata dai mulini del fiume Sile. One of oldest churches in town, it hosts the graves of Francesco Petrarca's daughter and Dante Alighieri's son. Just next to San Francis Bridge, it is framed by the watermills of the river Sile. ”
  • 3 locals recommend
Pier
“The Cathedral, in which you can see "Pala dell'Annunziata" a painting by Tiziano Vecellio, frescoes by Il Pordenone and the stunning crypt from which you can access to the Diocesan Museum. (Il Duomo, dove potete ammirare la pala d'altare di Tiziano Vecellio, affreschi de Il Pordenone e la splendida cripta, da cui potete accedere al Museo Diocesano)”
  • 5 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“qui si radunavano i nobili (il popolo non poteva accedervi) come ritrovo per convegni, conversazioni, giochi.”
  • 5 locals recommend
Establishment
“The Fontana Delle Tette is an old fountain carved of Treviso, which under the rule of the Venetian Republic pours white and red wine during special celebrations. The names translates into English as "The Fountain of Tits". What you see in the gallery of Palazzo Zignoli - that you can reach from Calmaggiore or Vicolo Podestà - is only a copy, the original sculpture is seriosly damaged and placed under a case in Trecento palace colonnade. (La fontana delle Tette, "fontana dee tete" in veneto, è una antica fontana scolpita di Treviso, che sotto la dominazione della Repubblica di Venezia spillava vino bianco e rosso in occasione di particolari festeggiamenti. La copia della scultura originale è collocata nel cortile di palazzo Zignoli a Treviso, accessibile dalla galleria che collega il Calmaggiore alla piazzetta della Torre e alla calle del Podestà. Il manufatto autentico, seriamente danneggiato, è stato spostato in una teca sotto il portico del palazzo dei Trecento.)”
  • 8 locals recommend
Museum
“The Museum had closed in 2003 for urgent renovations, but its redevelopment project began to flesh out only in 2010. And in 2015, finally, it was time for a new inauguration. The new entrance of the “Luigi Bailo” Civic Museum in Treviso features an interesting cross-shaped façade by Padua’s Studiomas Architetti Associati and Austrian architect Heinz Tesar. It is a composition of eight artificial stone slabs standing out against a backdrop of white marmorino, located on the southern end of a 15th century monastery that was terribly damaged by bombings during the Second World War and rebuilt in 1952. The Bailo Museum – named after the priest who in the late 1800s founded a “Treviso Museum” in this same spot, showcasing paintings and sculptures from various periods and countries, as well as some noteworthy Renaissance pieces – is now home to a 20th century art collection that includes the largest existing collection of works by Arturo Martini, with over 130 pieces between stone sculptures, plaster casts, objects in terracotta, ceramic and bronze, and works of graphic art. ”
  • 8 locals recommend
Location
9 Vicolo Pescheria
Treviso, 31100
Phone0422 411111