Albergo Verdi

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Dondi dall'Orologio, 7, Padua, 35139, Italy
Albergo Verdi
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 24% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families100
  • Couples92
  • Solo88
  • Business84

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Forum Posts

travel to germany

by mehrabanpour

Dear Madam/Sir
I am going to travel to munich(Germany)by train would you please is there train from padova to germany and what is program?

RE: travel to germany

by christine.j

Check or for trains. You may have to change trains in Verona.

RE: travel to germany

by qaminari

There's a direct train from München Hbf to Padova on weekdays at 11:30, arr. 17:58. But as you don't say what day or time you want to travel, you will have to look up other possibilities for yourself on

RE: travel to germany

by GiorgioVRitaly

look at FFSS website

start 07:28
arrival 14:25 change train in Verona (1 hour from Padova)

start 09:27
arrival 16:26

start 11:50
arrival 18:26

you will change train in Verona (1 hour from Padova)


Travel Tips for Padova

A favorite restaurant and such...

by ponytrax

A favorite restaurant and such an enjoyable place to eat
and relax in a great atmosphere is Marechiaro Ristorante,
(on Via D'Marin). Food was excellent and I can't say
enough about the great waiters. They really made you feel
like you were a 'local' and not a tourist.
The Majestic Toscanelli is the fabulous hotel that we stayed
at for 2 nights. Classy and Breakfast included with room. In the heart of Padova is their City Center. This was a
huge market amongst ruins of the City. The fruit and
flower stands were so impressive. There were alot of
people there, but that just added to the great atmosphere
of an open Market.


by croisbeauty

Most of the people have wrong idea about ghetto, considering it as something what was established during the nazi rule in Germany. Ghetto, however, has much longer history which goes back into the medieval times. Actually, ghetto was established in the Venetian Republic, forsing Jews to live in the separate quarters of the town in order to keep them under the controll. According to this brutal and dicriminating law, Jews couldn't step out of the ghetto after the sunset. Hitler, who was adorned by Duce and most of his ideas, have applied this rule during Nazism times of Germany.
There exist ghetto, or what was left of, in most of the Veneto towns.

Move buddy...un-huh, doesn't happen.

by mapakettle

Italians in general, upon meeting someone on the street, will often stop exactly where they met, and begin chatting. There is no attempt to move off to the side so as not to impede other pedestrian traffic. This is especially annoying if bicycles are involved. People are expected to walk around them, even if it means they might have to step into the gutter.

The same thing goes when you have two or three people walking side by side, coming towards you. They do not budge, or even make an attempt to separate or 'lean in' so as to allow you to pass. The space they occupy is 'their' space.

None of this is done in a malicious or mean spirited way. This is just the way it is. Why is it done, I have no idea, but if any Italian readers can advise, I would love to hear from you.

In Canada, and once again I'm generalizing, every attempt is made as to avoid confrontation. We would step off the sidewalk in order to chat, and would part when walking together in order to allow others easy passage.

Different cultures, different ideas. You have to know this particular trait is quite common so don't take it personally.

Visit Colli Euganei

by oriettaIT

When tourist visit Padova they hardly notice that, at few kilometers, there is a wonderful are worthwile visit. Colli Euganei are a bunch of vulcanic hills, they have been made a Regional Forest Park several years ago and they offer great view of the area around, they host wonderful small restaurant (trattoria) usually family run and affordable and they are a well known Wine area. If you have the possibility to rent a car and get out the town you will be amazed by those scenic hills. Plenty of wineyard, oil mills, honey producer etc. At almost every corner you will see a sign "vendita vino" or "vendita miele" etc, be sure to stop and find out more.
I am grouping all my tips about this area in Teolo page for the north part of the hillss and Arquà Petrarca for the South part. in case you want to find out more go there.

Montagnana is a wonderfully...

by oja

Montagnana is a wonderfully scenic village located about 50 km Southwest of Padova (take the local road, not the motorway). Captured inside the walls it looks like a huge fortress. Photo courtesy of official page.


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 Albergo Verdi

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Address: Via Dondi dall'Orologio, 7, Padua, 35139, Italy