Visiting it will be a pleasant surprise.
Walking down on “Corso dei Martiri” you can admire a spectacular string of 15th century mansions in Venetian gothic style. Opposite the gate “Porta di San Gottardo“, at the end of this main street, you can reach the right bank of the Lemene river and, after a short walk you’ll face the imposing “Villa Comunale” Town Hall, dating back to the 16th century, which is also the seat of the public library and of the Paleontological Museum “M. Gortani” , and has a wonderful, park. A few steps away lies the “Museo Nazionale Concordiese“, where you can admire archeological finds of the Roman era coming mainly from the neighbouring Concordia. After the long, neoclassical arcade of the school “Collegio Marconi”, preceded by the Romanic “San Luigi” Church, the wide and austere Cavour street with its double line of arcades and the imposing Gothic Renaissance palaces. Leaving the town centre through “Porta Sant’Agnese“, seat of the Town Museum, you can reach the 14th century church having the same name. Portogruaro is also synonym for taverns where it is possible to taste wines and typical local products, for elegant shops, for a colourful market taking place on Thursdays morning.