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  • Padova’s Botanical Garden

    written by Dave Mitchell

    In the University of Padova there is a beautiful natural museum. Planted on a territory owned by the Benedictine Monks of Santa Giustina in year 1545, Padova’s Botanical Garden is the oldest university botanical garden in the world. A lot and lot of... continue

  • A vist to Scrovegni’s Chapel

    written by Dave Mitchell

    Giotto’s Cappella degli Scrovegni (Scrovegni’s Chapel) is an expression of Italian renaissance painting that you can absolutely not to miss in your journey to Padova. For art lover’s a visit to this Chapel dedicated to the Virgin Mary is worth by... continue

  • B&B Gioia

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

    The B & B Gioia is located in Padua, only 250 m from the Padua railway station and just 150 m from the tram stop Borgomagno, crossing from notrth to south the city of Padua, passing close to the major monuments of the city: a privileged position... continue

  • Padua and Sant'Antonio

    written by Alexandra Evans

    Padova is a city in the Veneto region, an important center of artistic, cultural and religious importance, which houses one of the most renowned universities in Italy. The city is the oldest in Northern Italy and it is surrounded by 11 km of walls... continue

  • Padua's Cappella degli Scrovegni

    written by Alexandra Evans

    The main feature is the frescoe walls done by Giotto from 1303-05. It depicts the sotires of Mary, Jesus through his life and the Judgment. The paintings are ringing around the chapel and on three levels for each theme. Above the main door is... continue

  • Saint Anthony's Church in Padua

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

    Locally known as "il Santo", Saint Anthony is the patron saint of Padua. Therefore, this Basilica is the main attraction in town, actually we stopped in Padua just to visit it. But don't you think it is the main cathedral in town, even though is the... continue

  • La Specola's Observatory

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

    The original building was the tower of a Padova castle started on the 1200. In the 1700 the Venetian republic decided to give to the Padova's university an astronomic observatory and they used the old tower to build it. Lately the old observatory... continue

  • Padua's Palazzo della Ragione

    written by Andrew adams

    In the very center of Padova there is set this huge buiding. It has been built starting on 1218. The upper part is a only huge room, with an amazing wooden roof structure and some outstandig frescoes. It was originary used as the town court, in a... continue

  • The Eremitani's Church in Padua

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

    Close to the Giotto's masterpiece Cappella degli Scrovegni, in Padova there is another church that worth a visit. You can find it walking out of the garden where the Cappella is and turning left. The Chiesa degli Eremitani during the Second World... continue

The town of Padova is in the Province of Padova. The Patron saint is san Prosdocimo, sant'Antonio di Padova, santa Giustina e san Daniele. Padova has nessuna as wards and the demonym of natives is "padovani, patavini".

In Padova there are 218 accomodation.. You may visit 41 places of interest.

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