Top 10 Things to do in Mogliano Veneto, Italy

July 29, 2017 Nobuko Falco

Mogliano Veneto (Mogian /mo'ʤan/ in Venetian language) is a town and comune in the province of Treviso, Veneto, northern Italy, located halfway between Mestre (Venice) and Treviso.
Restaurants in Mogliano Veneto

1. Museo Toni Benetton

Via Marignana 112 | Il museo è aperto solo su prenotazione., 31021, Mogliano Veneto, Italy +39 041 942111
Excellent
57%
Good
25%
Satisfactory
12%
Poor
6%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 16 reviews

Museo Toni Benetton

Reviewed By Alexey K - St. Petersburg, Russia

Очень интересный и современный музей, в котором представлены , в основном, скульптуры. Достаточно большое пространство занимает, можно вдоволь насладиться современным и не очень искусством

2. Centro Commerciale Valecenter

Via Enrico Mattei 1/C, 30020 Marcon, Italy +39 041 596 9011
Excellent
31%
Good
45%
Satisfactory
19%
Poor
3%
Terrible
2%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 159 reviews

Centro Commerciale Valecenter

Reviewed By Joel D - Montreal, Canada

We took the #9 bus to get here from Campalto where we stayed to go to Venice, but on a particular rainy-day we decided to head here rather than go back to crowded and overpriced Venice. It was a great idea! Great affordable food and some nice non-tourist shopping. And did I mention free wifi.

3. Chiesa Parrochiale di Campocroce

Via Chiesa n. 12, 31021 Campocroce, Mirano, Italy
Excellent
0%
Good
100%
Satisfactory
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4 based on 2 reviews

Chiesa Parrochiale di Campocroce

Reviewed By Magia301010 - Bari, Italy

Bella chiesa che che domina l'antistante piazza meriterebbe una visita più accurata. Vi ero entrato solo per vedere se fossi in tempo per la messa per poi, però fuggire a Mirano. Conto di tornarci.

4. Wood Hostaria

Via Giovanni Felisati 19 | Venezia Mestre, 30171, Mestre, Italy +39 041 865 5150
Excellent
68%
Good
27%
Satisfactory
3%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 95 reviews

Wood Hostaria

Reviewed By M M - Budapest, Hungary

My husband and I were staying in Mestre and were looking for restaurants in the area. We were not impressed by the reviews of other closeby restaurants (eg. Columbus, Dante, Moro) but it was great to see the reviews of Wood Hostaria and we thought we would give it a try. We visited the pub 3 times out of our 4 nights stay!
Alex, his fellow bartender and the chef were all great!
We tried lamb and their beef was unbelievable. Very tender and tasty. My husband is not crazy about veggies but the caponata impressed him and myself aswell. Therefore the next day I ordered the beef. I am a little nervous about seafood but I really wanted to try it while in Venice so the last night I had linguine a la pescatore and it was fantastic! The recommended wine (Gewürtztraminer) was very smooth and fit perfectly with the seafood pasta.
My husband is lactose sensitive and Alex offered to modify the meal to accomodate him if that was his choice.
The pub offeres many Cicchetti (fingerfood) options which is very popular among locals, but for more filling option we chose from the menu. There were some fixed items on the menu but the menu was a little bit different every day. The prices include service charge already and very reasonable. Pasta €10, main course €14, dessert €4.5, wine from €3.5/glass, Even with tip that was justly deserved we paid half of the price we would have paid in Venice. Sidenote, during our days we spent in Venice we paid attention to the restaurants, how the meals looked and how big the portions were also pricing when we passed by with the intent of coming back, but based upon what we saw we chose Wood Hostaria over any Venice restaurant for dinner. (We did eat in Venice during the day which you can see on my other reviews.)
The service was excellent, were were treated like regulars, always were welcomed and the whole experience, the friendly atmosphere, the great service, the great food and good prices made us look no further.
If you are visiting Venice/Mestre do not miss to visit this gem!

Via Giuseppe Garibaldi 11, 31032, Casale sul Sile, Italy
Excellent
86%
Good
13%
Satisfactory
0%
Poor
1%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

5 based on 68 reviews

Navigazione Stefanato

Reviewed By racjohn_11 - Leeds, United Kingdom

a great day out arriving in venice by boat was breathtaking, took us to three Islands well worth the cost

6. Chiesa Di Campocroce

Via della Chiesa 4-6, 31021, Mogliano Veneto, Italy
Excellent
44%
Good
56%
Satisfactory
0%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 9 reviews

Chiesa Di Campocroce

Reviewed By ALESSANDRA247 - MESTRE

l'ho cercata appositamente per il battesimo del mio secondo bimbo, la consiglio veramente per la bellezza e per l'ubicazione, un pò fuori tutto e tutti

7. Via Regia

Via Terragliol 489/E, 31022, Preganziol, Italy +39 0422 330854
Excellent
100%
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5 based on 1 reviews

Via Regia

Via Regia is a small farm located on the plain of Treviso, born from a love of the land and passion for winemaking. We use only our own grapes, in order to best curate every step of production. We produce our wine with attention and craftsmanship, respecting all the elements that make each vintage unique and inimitable.

Reviewed By vivianamos - Verona, Italy

Trovandomi in quella zona ho chiesto di una cantina per acquistare del vino. Sono stata indirizzata a questa Azienda descrittami come piccola realtà ma molta attenta alla qualità. Abbiamo degustato due vini rossi. Il merlot ed il carmenere che non conoscevo. I vini sono veramente buoni. Il personale davvero gentile e disponibile. Ci hanno anche indicato, su nostra richiesta, dove poter pranzare con piatti locali. Si trovano vini sia imbottigliati che sfusi. Ottimo rapporto qualità/ prezzo. Anche il loro cane Bacco è socievole e coccolone. Unico piccolo appunto...sulla strada principale manca un'indicazione cartellonistica dell'azienda ma con google map si trova. Ci ritorneremo sicuramente.

8. Piazza Ferretto

30170, Mestre, Italy
Excellent
28%
Good
44%
Satisfactory
19%
Poor
6%
Terrible
3%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 251 reviews

Piazza Ferretto

Reviewed By Carpy50 - Maerdy, United Kingdom

One of the few places we visited during our trip that actually felt christmassy. There were small wooden buildings selling all sorts of hand made christmas items.
The Piazza had lovely decorations and a huge xmas tree beautifully decorated and lit. There was a temorary ice rink set u, all in all it felt like Christmas

9. La Filanda Motta

Via Chiesa Campocroce, 4, 31021, Mogliano Veneto, Italy
Excellent
60%
Good
20%
Satisfactory
20%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 5 reviews

La Filanda Motta

Reviewed By DamianoZornetta - Casier, Italy

This is an old production area, from 1876 to 1956, which is now an offices area with about 30 companies settled there. In the area one of most beautiful location to work in, specialist for lovers of old buildings.

10. Torre dell'Orologio

Piazza E. Ferretto, 30170, Mestre, Italy
Excellent
31%
Good
37%
Satisfactory
30%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 139 reviews

Torre dell'Orologio

Reviewed By DaveEB310 - Rhode Island

We made it a point on a Saturday night to get into Mestre to see the Piazza Ferretto and this Clock Tower. It was absolutely worth the jet-lagged visit since we knew we wouldn't have time after a cruise, spending more post cruise time in Venice, Murano and Burano. There is also a little Gelateria at the corner just beneath the clock that has a nice woman serving gelato. I can't find the shop anywhere on tripadvisor, but I recommend anyone in the area to give her your business.

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