Antenore

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Bravi 14/B, Loc Ponte di Brenta, Padua, Veneto, 35129, Italy
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Costs 29% less but rated 46% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families40
  • Couples50
  • Solo0
  • Business0

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Forum Posts

Piazzola sul BRENTA

by MalmSuite

hi all of you here. I am from Bulgaria and I have never been to Italy before.I have some questions about what is the transport from Venice to Piazzola sul BRENTA and please if you advise me for cheap hotels there or any hostels? I am going to EUROPE show on 23.07 and its important for me to organise the trip to Piazzola sul BRENTA. Please tell me about the transport from Padova to Piazzola sul BRENTA if you can . Thank you

Re: Piazzola sul BRENTA

by cassiovieggore

Here's below is a link with hotel hint from Piazzola:
http://www.hotelsearch.it/en/hotel/piazzola-sul-brenta.htm

I believe most Hotels are in Padova and not in Piazzola sul Brenta.
From Venice Bus Station you certainly will buy a ticket to Padova. They are very near cities and there's a good Highway between them.
I'm sending here two links concerned with Padova/Piazzola/Maps:
http://www.magicoveneto.it/Padovano/Piazzola/index.htm
http://mappe.regioneveneto.net/node/4

I am sure with these Maps you will find a Padova bus line or a taxi to take you to Piazzola sul Brenta.
Cassiovieggore

Re: Piazzola sul BRENTA

by Mikebond

Here you can find the timetable of buses from Padova to the villages of its province, so to Piazzola sul Brenta as well: http://ro.autobus.it/ro/asp/RicercaOrari.asp?User=SITA. There are one or two direct connections every hour.

Travel Tips for Padova

Basilica Di Sant' Antonio

by meteorologist1

The Basilica Di Sant' Antonio is a magnificent cathedral. It is pretty huge, and the design of the basilica contains a lot of arch-like structures. Inside the basilica it is pretty awesome as well. I would say this basilica is comparable to the one in Venice.

Basilica di S. Giustina

by croisbeauty

The monumental Basilica of St. Justina is situated on Prato della Valle and it consists of the church and the monastery.
There are seven side chapels in the interior of the basilica, the first five dedicated to the most important Benedictine Saints.
The Corridor of the Martyrs connects the new basilica with the Little Chapel of Santa Maria, where the Body of St. Prosdocimus lies. It is a rare example of early Christian art, datable between 480-510. The existing building dates from the 16th century and is the last of the three to be built on the spot. A paleochristian basilica, probably of modest propotions, built immediately after the Edict of Tolerance (313) to hold the hallowed Tomb of the Martyr Justina. The second basilica built from the foundations in honour of St. Justina, while today building was built by Andrea Moroni and completed in 1580 by the Istrian architect Andrea da Valle (Bale in croatian, small townlet nearby Rovinj). a

Bo - the university of Padova

by croisbeauty

The atrium, the courtyard, staircases, loggias and halls, and especially the Aula Magna of the old main palace are covered with an almost contiouous display of noble coats of arms, in relief, of the Rectors and their Assesors and Councillors, dating from 1542 to 1688, when all available space was used up.
One of the most attractive sights of the University is undoubtely the Anatomical Theatre.

Packing List

by bafgkm

Padova is a city suitable for walking and bicycling.
Most locals do the latter.For a relaxed walking,don't take too much or too heavy. HA!Absolutely a raincoat or an umbrella!
In the winter,Padova really rains a lot and often foggy as well!

municipio - the town hall

by call_me_rhia

I don't know why but in Italy every town hall looks artistic - not functional maybe - but artistic nonetheless. I really liked the one in Padova, too. It was started in 1919 and - obviously never finished (I did say "not functional". In the original plan it was meant to link up with Palazzo degli Anziani and Palazzo del Podestà. Who knows... maybe sometimes in the future... remote future??

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Address: Via Bravi 14/B, Loc Ponte di Brenta, Padua, Veneto, 35129, Italy