If you like history, you must see the Palazzo Minucci-De Carlo in Serravalle at Vittorio Veneto. Construction of the building began in 1596 and the building was taken over by Camillo De Carlo, a secret agent for the king of Italy, at the beginning of the 1900s. Camillo renovated and furnished the house following the principles of the Decadent movement. The building is open to the public and the tapestries, invaluable ornaments and magnificent crockery and cutlery on show are breath-taking. The jade exhibition alone is worth the visit.
To book your visit contact the Museo Fondazione-Via Martiri della Libertà 35, Serravalle, Vittorio Veneto, Tel. 0438 57193.