The town's name honors King Vittorio Emanuele II. Municipality in the province of Treviso, located in the valley of the river Meschio, at the foot of the Pre-Alps, the town of Vittorio Veneto extends between Treviso and Belluno and offers several interesting features: hills and mountains, lakes and rivers . It is a charming centre, which well preserves ruins of the ancient past, several beautiful residences with arcades, enriched with mullioned windows, and churches embellished by valuable artworks. The local economy is based on trade, industrial and tourism activities.
The Romans chose this site, because strategically protected by the massif chain of Monte Cucco and Marcatone, and built a stronghold. After the fall of the Empire, the defensive function of this area is highlighted for its resistance against the invasion of Barbarian tribes. In the period of Lombard domain it was proclaimed a Bishop administrative seat, while in the XIV century, under the rule of the Venetian Republic, it flourished into an important commercial and manufacturing center. The town was founded from the union, in 1866, with the town of Ceneda, located to the South, partly hilly and partly on the plain, and with the town of Serravalle, to the North. The surrounding territories were the scenario of the final and victorious battle, in World War I, against Austria.
- the XIII century Cathedral of Ceneda, has submitted numerous renovations over the centuries, until in the XVIII century, it was completely refurbished and features a current neo-Classical style, realized from the designs of the architect Scotti. The façade, which features three levels, is enriched by two pairs of columns, with capitals, resting on pedestals and placed on semi-column, creating an original trompe l'oeil effect. It is surmounted by a pediment and statues. Within are preserved paintings of the artist Valencia, as well as other artworks of the XVI and XVII centuries. The building is flanked by an original XIII century Bell Tower;
- the Church of Sant'Andrea of Bigonzo, built in the IV century and rebuilt in the XIV, features Romanesque-Gothic style elements. Inside are preserved masterpieces of the Frigimelica and frescoes of the XV and XVI centuries;
- the Cathedral of Serravalle, of ancient origins, was rebuilt in the XVIII century. Inside it preserves a precious altar, artwork of Tiziano, depicting the Madonna and Child in Glory, and two valuable paintings by F. from Milan;
- the XIII century Church of Santa Giustina, rebuilt in the XVI century, houses the tomb of Rizzardo IV da Camino;
- the XV century Church of St. John the Baptist in Gothic style of the architect Fiore, embellished by artworks of the artists Milano and Valenza;
- the Church of Santa Maria del Meschio in Ceneda, which preserves a valuable XVI century artwork of Previtali;
- the Sanctuary of St. Augusta;
- the Church of Santa Croce;
- the Lodge, formerly the seat of the governor, was rebuilt in Gothic style in the XV century. The façade features traces of frescoes;
- the Civil Hospital with the adjoining XIV century Church of San Lorenzo, which houses frescoes from the XV century;
- the Lombard Castle of St. Martin, rebuilt in the XV century;
- Palazzo Minucci;
- Palazzo Troyer.