Methis

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Riviera Paleocapa 70, Padova, Padua, Veneto, 35141, Italy
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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24
Very Good
32%
19
Average
16%
10
Poor
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6
Terrible
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 51% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families90
  • Couples76
  • Solo66
  • Business64

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Forum Posts

transportation

by ivaaa

Hi, I am landing off on july, 20-th on Treviso Airport in Venice and I'd like to ask how I can get to Padova-by bus, by train, what would be the cheapest way, where should I take a train from, or a bus, how long will it take?is there anything like a return ticket by bus, how much would it cost me, because I'm have another flight on july, 21-st from the same airport!thank you in advance.

Re: transportation

by hawkhead

I have cut and pasted a reply to the same question that appeared in trip Advisor. the reply was posted in 2007 but if you follow the information, then you should find out the current times for the bus and so on.........

From the airport you take the LA MARCA- SITA bus to Padova railway station (leaving every 30 minutes on working days from 5:30 AM to 11:00 PM and every 60 minutes on public holidays). Travel time: about 1 hour.

Here is a link to the SITA web site

ro.autobus.it/ro/asp/ricercaorari.asp…

Select

Treviso Aeroporto in the left (or departure) column and

Padova Autostazione in the right (or arrival) column

Select date and time of day, then click on the Corse di Andanta button

Re: transportation

by mccalpin

That link didn't work for me, so try this one:
http://ro.autobus.it/ro/asp/RicercaOrari.asp?User=SITA
and then enter the starting and ending points as hawk noted.

Please note that while the text of the note that hawk copied said that you'll arrive at the Padova train station, you must use "Padova autostazione" (bus depot) as the destination, as was noted at the bottom of the pasted note...there is a separate entry for "Padova Stazione FS" (which is the train station), but this will come up with no solution possible.

Not to fear, as the bus depot is generally a short walk to the train station for obvious reasons in most Italian towns.

Also note that while there are generally 2 buses per hour, they may or may not leave 30 minutes apart; the schedule is a little more ragged than that...but the service is frequent enough that this shouldn't make a lot of difference to you...

Bill

Travel Tips for Padova

Prato della Valle

by susancallus

Padova is all beautiful but my favourite place was Prato della Valle with it's 87 white statues and beautiful fountains! It's a very relaxing place as well. People laying around this lovely prato makes you feel welcome to do so as well! :)) But we only stayed for about half an hour cause we had to visit other places in just one day! Don't worry...don't need more than a day here to visit the most important things in Padova...(the second picture is with a fountain in Prato della Valle as well)

University of Padova

by meteorologist1

The university in Padova is also a must-see activity. The university is very ancient. Its architecture is magnificent. There are a lot of sculptures and carvings on the walls. And you won't feel that you're at a university; you feel more like being at a museum. There are no actual "doors" to the university. It's embedded within shopping and entertainment in downtown Padova.

Visiting a 'locals home' ......

by mapakettle

Maria and I have, on a number of occasions now, gone visiting, and upon entering a persons home, removed our shoes, and the host/hostess immediately offers us a pair of slippers to wear. This, I suppose, is due to the common use of marble or ceramic flooring, and thus, is rather cool on your tootsies. Typically in Italy, visitors are not expected to remove their shoes. I still feel odd not doing so.

Now, I admit, I am not fussy about wearing footwear which has previously adorned someone elses size 10, so, we now carry our own slim, compact slippers in my backpack, ready for instant removal.

These are not mandatory, and normally backpackers wouldn't dream of carrying these, but our life style and age allows us more leeway than perhaps others enjoy. Maybe its because I'll be d#%*#@* if I'll wear someone elses slippers.

Just a tip...

Things to bring to Padua

by suvanki

Travel light! A daysac for carrying cameras, guide books etc. If You're visiting the Scroveni Chapel and Eremitani museums, You will be expected to leave Your bags in the cloakroom - They're quite fussy about this!! Comfortable shoes - There's plenty to see in Padua, so You'll probably cover miles on foot.
Padua is a University city, so there are a lot of casually dressed students- but all looking quite fashionable. In the evening there were some smartly dressed men and women.

The track around the Prato della Valle is popular with joggers - so pack Your trainers and join them in the evening circuits. Bring any prescribed medication with you and a list of your medication.
There are plenty of well equiped pharmacies here.
Compeed blister plasters! Padua is a photographers paradise - so bring all You can carry! There are quite a few Photography shops here. Spectacle prescription - there are some great opticians in Padua, with wide selections of spectacles. I lost the tiny screw from my specs, and I was very impressed with the service I got.
Small binoculars for a clear view of the paintings in the Scroveni Chapel and Palazzo della Ragione.
Cutlery/ plastic bowl/plate for a picnic- Stock up with delicious food at the markets, then head for one of the parks or squares!

International Artistic Glass and Spa Museum

by physiar

More than 500 works by historical master glassmakers from Murano such as Giordano Guarnieri, Umberto Del Negro, Venini and the Toso brothers. A room houses archaeological findings from the Roman period, which were discovered in Montegrotto Terme.

Entrance is free with PadovaCard.
Address: Via Fermi 1 – Montegrotto Terme

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Address: Riviera Paleocapa 70, Padova, Padua, Veneto, 35141, Italy