Eden

Via Cesare Battisti, 255, Padua, 35121, Italy
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Buses to Cittadella from Padova

by Mets100

Hi, does anyone know of any buses from Padova to Cittadella and the time of the last bus? Pleeeeeaaaaase don't ask me why I am staying so far out in Cittadella, I really don't even know myself but i'm desperate to find alternative ways of getting bk to cittadella as trains stop running around 9pm! I have heard that the 874 and the 829 buses run to cittadella, anyone know what time they stop running/where to get them from? how long they take??...

And does anyone have the bus operator website? i have been "Googling" for days now and can't seem to find any good information....

Ah! am flying out in the next few days so please, help! Thanks xxxxxxxxx

RE: Buses to Cittadella from Padova

by effeti

http://ro.autobus.it/RO/asp/RicercaOrari.asp?User=SITA

RE: RE: Buses to Cittadella from Padova

by mccalpin

Oh, good, Francesco! The silly www.sita-on-line.it website is down a lot...

Hey, Mets, it doesn't look so good...you want to leave from "Padova Staz. FS" (the train station in Padova) and arrive at Cittadella...last bus leaves Padova train station at 21:44 (on a week night), so you'd have to leave Venice no later than 9 anyway...and there are no direct buses from Venice Piazzale Roma to Cittadella, with the last connection through Padova leaving Venice at 8:30 p.m...hmmmn...

Bill

Travel Tips for Padova

Tourist Office

by physiar

The tourist office is in the train station (tel. 049-875-2077; fax 049-875-5008; www.padovanet.it or www.apt.padova.it). April to October it's open Monday to Saturday 9am to 7pm and Sunday 9am to noon; November to March, hours are Monday to Saturday 9:20am to 5:45pm and Sunday 9am to noon. From the train station, bus nos. 3 and 8 head downtown (as do nos. 12 and 18 Mon-Sat and no. 32 Sun). There's another office at the cathedral on Piazza del Santo (tel. 049-875-3087). It's open daily: summer 10am to 1pm and 3 to 6pm and winter 10am to 1pm and 2 to 5pm. Another, more central office on Vicolo Pedrocchi is set to open "soon" (though they've been saying that for a few years now). You can also visit the APT office at Riviera Mugnai 8 (tel. 049-876-7911) for information.

Feast of Sant' Antonio

by physiar

The beloved Sant'Antonio is celebrated with a feast day on June 13, when his relics are carried about town in an elaborate procession joined in by the thousands of pilgrims who come from all over the world.

Angelo Beolco "Il Ruzante"

by croisbeauty

Angelo Beolco, also known as Ruzante (1500-1542), was a great storyteller of the Renaissance. His work as a writer-actor started early in life.
Ruzante, together with his colleagues set up the Commedia dell' Arte Italiana, from which great European playwrights drew much inspiration, in particular Moliere and Shakespeare.

Casa del Petrarca

by physiar

The house, where the great Italian poet Francesco Petrarca (Petrarch) spent the last years of his life (1370-1374), is situated in the enchanting medieval borough of Arquà, amid the Euganen Hills. The house keeps some original furniture (chair, bookcase and cupboard), rooms with fresco decoration inspired by the poet’s works, a photographic display, manuscripts, books and other items.

Entrance is free with PadovaCard.

The Church of the Eremitani

by croisbeauty

The church built by order of the Commune di Padova for the Eremitani Friars who came to Padua in 1256, it is a typical 13th c. preaching church with one spacious nave ending in a great central traceried apse with smaller apses on each side.

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Address: Via Cesare Battisti, 255, Padua, 35121, Italy