First center of the Venetians, who left behind finds dated from the 10th century BC, it later became Roman, hence the ancient name of Opitergium.
There are numerous testimonies of this period, partly kept in the Civic Museum, and partly scattered in the city center along an archaeological itinerary in stages: the Roman forum, the Via dei Mosaici, the baths, the necropolis and the river pier.
Also worth visiting is the Cathedral of San Giovanni Battista.
Oderzo is situated only 15 minutes by car from Villa Luppis and it is full of bars, clubs and trendy shops.
Every Wednesday a very rich open-air market is organized.