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Piazzetta Pedrocchi 12, Padua, 35122, Italy
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milan to padova

by ankushaggarwal

hi...I am from India and I will be coming to Padova in May for about 3 months...as I may get cheaper airlines to Milan, I wanted to know that is it burdensome to travel from airport in Milan to Padova with some luggage and what will be the cost. Please help me in this query otherwise I will have to look for a flight to venice...tahnx

RE: RE: milan to padova

by GiorgioVRitaly

Hi,
Milano has 3 airport. From all airport you have shuttle bus to Milano main railway station (from Linate airport a local bus and subway). From the railway station you have trains every hour to Padove, the railway line is Milano ==> Venezia.
The cost of the train is EUR 18,30 2nd class Inter regional train (more stops), about 2 hours and 50 minutes, or EUR 22,50 2nd class with Intercity, about 2 hours and 30 minutes.

Venezia is near Padova, about 30 kilometres. From venezia airport you have a bus to the railway station of Venezia Mestre and from there a 20 minutes train to Padova.

Have a nice stay
Giorgio

RE: RE: milan to padova

by ankushaggarwal

Thank you very much for the information provided....can you also please tell me something about the Padova city, expenses there and accomodation for about 3 months...thank you

RE: milan to padova

by GiorgioVRitaly

The only website I found in english is Padova University.
http://www.unipd.it/en/index.htm

Being Padova a University town is easy to find a room with our student, expecially during the summer, when a lot of student will finish the courses.

I suggest you to find a B&B for 1 week and to look for a place when you will be there.

http://www.bookings.org/index.en.html?aid=303341

http://www.bed-and-breakfast-in-italy.com/bed_and_breakfast_padova.cfm

Giorgio

RE: RE: milan to padova

by nmVet

There is a nice hostel in Padova that would serve you well until you can find a place to stay for longer. I know most people think hostels are usually disgusting, but this was a very nice one. Ostello cita di Padova www.ostellopadova.it

Travel Tips for Padova

visit the Cappella degli...

by JaumeBCN

visit the Cappella degli Scrovegni painted by the Genius Giotto from 1303 to 1305. It's an amazing masterpiece and you can't leave Padova without admiring all those paintings about the life of Jesus.

The Loggia

by croisbeauty

The Towns Loggia della Gran Guardia (1496-1553) is situated on Piazza dei Signori, next to the Palazzo del Capitano. It housed the Council of Nobles of the city, nowadays it is used as an conference centre.

And once again I had a lucky...

by oja

And once again I had a lucky opportunity to see a town going medieval! In Padova they seem to have their feast at the end of September (the weekend of 29 - 30 September was when I caught it), and it is indeed a big event. The whole place seems to be involved in reconstructing old crafts (carpentry on the photo), living conditions, knight tournaments (bowing and duelling competitions) and everything else indispensable on fairs of the old days. It was a real pity that the event was partly ruined by the rain. In sunny weather it surely attracts hundreds of visitors.

St. Anthony marathon

by oriettaIT

Every year, at the end of April (27 April in 2008) there is this race.
St.Anthony Marathon starts in Vedelago, a town in the province of Treviso, and ends in the heart of Padova. There is about 40 km of a level race course through nine little towns.

The Chapel of the Scrovegni

by croisbeauty

The Chapel of the Scrovegni is a very simple design with the warm colour of brickwork, however, inside of this walls you can see the frescoes which are celebrated all over the world. The best preserved and most authentic in existance are by Giotto.
It is a must see when visiting Padova.

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