Although the current name of this town, Trevignano, seems to clearly reference the vineyards typical of the Veneto region (vigne means vineyards in Italian), this town’s name actually comes from a different derivation. Instead the original name in ancient times was Triviano, named after the three intersecting roads (via in Italian) from the Asolo hills.
Noteworthy sites here include the 17th century Villa Onigo, designed by the architect Andrew Pagnossin with frescoes by Giovanni Colombini. This villa was once the home of the Onigo family, one of the most noble and generous families in Treviso's history who also had several other villas in the area. Today, this villa is now connected with the Public Library as the Council Hall for cultural activities.
Another great villa to visit is the Villa Coletti, a vast villa that is still completely furnished and features a particularly beautiful garden. It is even possible for visitors to rent Villa Coletti and its surrounding land and stay there for a weekend to get a taste of what being a Venetian noble might have felt like.
Source: Municipality of Trevignano www.comune.trevignano.tv.it