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Via borgo trento rieste, 59, Via Borgo Padova, 114, Padua, 35012, Italy
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Vacation

by catars

Hi all,
I am planing a trip for August 2007 in Italy. I really want to visit Padova...Any good suggestions on what hotel that I should stay? The night life? And of course what would be interesting to visit?
Thanks you all,
Catars

Re: Vacation

by kathymof

Do you mean 2008? Padova is a nice place to visit. it is very famous for the Scrovegni Chapel by Giotto but the Church of St. Anthony (Piazza del Santo), the Orto Botanico, and Prato della Valle are all interesting as well. I was there in June and it was very hot and humid - can't even imagine what August would be like.
Here is a web site that may be useful: http://www.turismopadova.it/index_padova

Re: Vacation

by juzz

If it's a short visit take in account that on monday a lot of interesting places are closed.
It may be interesting for you to have a look at the PADOVA CARD, a card that gives you a lot of discounts and offers for transportation and museums.
http://www.turismopadova.it/Notizie/notizia6?set_language=en&cl=en.
All the turist office website is interesting, I think you should have a look:
http://www.turismopadova.it/index_padova?set_language=en&cl=en

Regards,
Sergio

Re: Vacation

by cmcard2

Padua is nice to visit but i am not so sure to stay - the veneto is nice, but might consider staying in verona and training over to say vincenza, padua, bologna - they are all on the same line - the scrovegni chapel is something you will want to see - but my experience is verona is the nicer city

Travel Tips for Padova

Go to Piazza delle Erbe and...

by Clarus

Go to Piazza delle Erbe and Piazza della Frutta (the squares dedicated to greens and vegetables and fruit). These two squares are abounding with goodies and are a true feast for the eyes.

In between the two squares lies the town hall underneath which, in the archways there are small shops, which can be better identified as culinary treasure troves. Wine, fresh pasta, cheese, hams and chocolates are the order of the days over here.

Walk around and explore old...

by oja

Walk around and explore old narrow streets, lovely facades of houses, facial expressions of Padovani (lots are smiling), and promenades underneath the arches. The latter is especially great if it's raining, like it was when I visited.
Finally finding a hotel room and taking off my rain-soaked clothes. Aaaahhhh! (read the full story below)

The statue to Petrarca

by croisbeauty

Francesco Petrarca (1304 - 1374), along with Dante and Bocaccio, he is one of the three great writers of the 14th century, to whom the italian language is indebted.
He spent the last part of his life in Padova, at the court of Da Carrara.
The statue to Petrarca stands right in front of basilica del Carmine, on the ononymous piazza.

Skating

by oriettaIT

All around the large piazza called Prato Della Valle there is a oval where you can enjoy skating. They use it for international contests but all year long people go there to skate every day. It is easy to see very good one doing acrobatic performances. There used to be a skate rental place but it is not there any longer, so if you want to enjoy this wonderful place you need to bring your own equipment.

Piazza dei Signori

by croisbeauty

Piazza dei Signori has two faces, one in the morning which is ugly coz it houses open market place and other in the afternoon wvich looks very pretty coz the market is gone. That is the reason I have put this beautiful Palazzo del Capitano on "off the..." tip.
Palazzo del Capitano was built from 1599 to 1605, and it dominates on Piazza dei Signori. In the central position of the palace there is the tower which holds astronomical clock.

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