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.
Things to do in Conegliano
4 based on 511 reviews
We were recommended this osteria by a nearby hotel whose restaurant was closed for the night. What a find! Very friendly, family run, extensive menu of local specialities. Pleasant outside covered conservatory, our dog was accepted in the dining area. We were offered home made salami as a pre starter which was delicious. Attentive friendly service and great value for money. Good wine list. We will certainly return when in the area.
4 based on 337 reviews
Benvenuti al Ristorante Pizzeria "Il Saraceno"...nelle nostre sale sarete avvolti dalle vicende degli antichi cavalieri Saraceni, tra misteriose cartine geografiche, pitture di battaglie e antiche scritture arabe...qui potrete gustare le nostre pizze cotte esclusivamente nel forno a legna, per esaltarne il gusto e la qualita, ma anche le nostre specialita di carne e pesce fresco abilmente preparate dal nostro chef.Nella nostra cantina troverete il giusto abbinamento di vini sia bianchi che rossi, insieme alle frizzanti bollicine del prosecco della zona.Infine nella stagione estiva saremo lieti di ospitarvi nella nostra ampia e accogliente terrazza esterna.Welcome to Restaurant Pizzeria "Il Saraceno" ...in our rooms you will be enveloped by the events of the ancient knights Saracens in mysterious maps, paintings of battles and ancient scriptures Arab ...Here you can enjoy our pizzas cooked in a wood oven only, to enhance the taste and quality, but also our specialty meats and fresh seafood expertly prepared by our chef.In our store you will find the right combination of both white and red wines, along with prosecco sparkling bubbles of the area.Finally, in the summer we will be happy to welcome you to our spacious and cozy outdoor Terrace.
My first visit to this restaurant went in December, 2008, a place with a very agreeable restaurant, the incredible cleanliness of his areas, the attention was grand the this food done with excellent ingredients, the color, flavor and smell of the food is incredible. personal can bring a great attention and you can see a Simonetta is happy, it receives his clients with a smile, my brother-in-law works next to this restaurant so we were twice more this December. Now I return and the food, the attention keep on being the same, I take note of the name of the restaurant so that if some of you this one next to the area of Conegliano (TV) could enjoy this wonderful Restaurant and talk with Simonetta is sweet woman. you may be hanging with the schedules of the Restaurants in Italy in general they work with the schedules standard of 12:00 to 14:00 hour of lunch and 18:00 to 22:00 hour of the dinner. I am not sure of the schedule of the best visit the website www.pizzeriailsaraceno.com
4 based on 183 reviews
Was very quiet when we arrived, very friendly, polite and professional service (especially as we don't speak much Italian). Couldn't decide on which prosecco, they suggested one as it was the most local, yummy. Reasonable size menu, delicious, fresh, girgous, excellently cooked scallops (10 of them!), ravioli (literally the best ravioli starter my husband has ever had, although as I had the same for a main it could have been slightly bigger) and fish (served at the table). Really enjoyed our evening and wished we could have returned, you must dine here!
4 based on 60 reviews
This is one of my favorite patisseries anywhere. They have a great variety of products and their patisserie cream (custard) products are amazing.They use illy coffee which is smooth, free of acidity and so good it hardly needs sugar. They can be a bit off-handish, sometimes bordering on rude but just ignore it, the coffee and cakes here are worth it. They also provide a reasonable range of snacks and sweets (tramezzini, toasted sandwiches, chocolates, biscuits) but the fresh patisserie is where it's at try the bigne' (profiterol) and the crema (vanilla slice)... yum.
4 based on 152 reviews
We were there to visit the castle and decided to get something to eat not expecting much. Boy were we wrong. Tried 3 things, all delicious and creatively prepared. Their take on caprese salad had the tomato sliced part way through and the mozzarella placed inside each cut. Shared a mixed veggie grill with perfectly cooked zucchini, eggplant and potato. The best perhaps was their salumi served over white polenta. Top notch. Pus you get a great view of the countryside
4.5 based on 248 reviews
On an overcast miserable midday before going to the Carpaccio exhibition we had a good couple of Antipasti and Primi. The
waiter makes you feel at ease and obviously enjoys his work. Once a table came free it was quickly taken by new arrivals.
The only surprise is that there are as many Tuscan dishes as local ones.
4 based on 656 reviews
Monsieur Giorgio! What a pleasure it was to have dinner in your fabulous restaurant with such great and tasty regional food
The escargot entrée under your judicious advise were sublime! So many flavors compared to the usual french recipe...
The fresh pasta with ragu...
The bread, the cheese and the excellent selection of wines...
So nice and friendly service you made us feel like at home with grandma ...
I want to come back...
4 based on 344 reviews
This pizzeria/restaurant is a must visit for anyone passing through Conegliano. It's located on a large road(Via Pontebbana ss13) in Conegliano between Treviso and Udine. You could walk to it by from the train station in Conegliano but it would take half an hour. I lived near Conegliano for several years and this pizzeria was one of my favorite eateries (and there are many very good ones in the surrounding areas). Gennaro originally came from near Napoli but the pizza served at Gennaro's today is more similar to the Roman style (very thin and not overburdoned with toppings). The base is delicious, crisp but at the same time elastic and always cooked perfectly in the wood fired oven. The mozzarella and other toppings are of excellent quality, fresh and tasty. There is a huge selection of dishes and pizza's on the menu. The pizza and other meals are honestly priced, the service is fast and courteous (although they may, at times, seem abrupt by anglosaxon standards... it's an italian thing).
If for some strange reason you're passing through Conegliano - I say this because tourists usually stick to Venice, Rome, Florence and the lake regions - , the town and surrounding hills are definately worth a visit... this place is virtually unknown to tourists and has a lot to offer; you should definately visit Gennaro's.
4 based on 344 reviews
We visit this pizzeria every fortnight or so when we're in Conegliano, the pizza is always excellent, about 50c to E1 more than similar places but worth it for the quaint trattoria like decor. Service can be patchy bordering on rude, depending on the wait staff attending you on the night, but not bad by any means, and pretty much within the average for italian eateries. It's an easy 10 min walk from the centre or train station. The desserts here are the best of any pizzeria in Conegliano. Recommended.
4 based on 196 reviews
The hotel we stayed at recommended that we try Stella which was a short walk. We went for an early dinner, thankfully because the place was full within a half hour. They offer a fixed price menu with a variety of choices. In a word- every cource was Excellent and reasonably priced. We tried the house wine which was decent and good value.
We definitely will go back.
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